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Will Hammock

Sports Editor

770-963-9205 Extension: 1310

My parents moved to a newly growing Gwinnett County back in 1978, when I was 5, and since that day my home and my life has centered around this now sprawling suburbia.

Back when we moved from my native Alabama, there wasn’t much in Gwinnett. I used to ride my bike across two-lane Ga. Hwy. 29 in Lawrenceville with ease. I took a fourth-grade field trip to see Gwinnett Place Mall under construction.

I went to Bethesda Elementary, Sweetwater and Richards Middle (the first year it opened) and Brookwood High School, prior to majoring in journalism at the University of Georgia. Just a few months after graduation, I accepted a sports writer position at the Daily Post in March 1997 and was promoted to sports editor in 2005.

During my time here, I have witnessed some of the incredible talent that continues to pipeline through the county. Six-time MLB all-star Brian McCann of the Atlanta Braves. World Cup forward Josh Wolff. Basketball star Maya Moore. A handful of Olympians.

As of the end of the 2010-11 school year, Gwinnett¹s high school teams had won 213 state championships during my time at the Daily Post. I’ve been fortunate enough to see many of those in person. I look forward to seeing many more in Gwinnett, where I still live with my wife and two young children.

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Central Gwinnett aims to bounce back vs. surging Archer

Central Gwinnett suffered a rough loss to Grayson last week, while Archer continues to impress in region play

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Collins Hill, Mill Creek aim for first win over playoff contender

Collins Hill and Mill Creek, two teams in a four-team tie for second place in the region, face off Friday night

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HAMMOCK: Schumacher will be missed greatly at Meadowcreek

Richard Schumacher, who passed away after a battle with pancreatic cancer, made a giant impact during his tenure at Meadowcreek

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GWINNETT GRADS: Collins Hill's England jumps into Army starting role

News and notes about Gwinnett County products faring well in college athletics

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Beloved Meadowcreek wrestling coach Schumacher passes away after cancer battle

Beloved wrestling coach Richard Schumacher, a former East Stroudsburg All-American who led Meadowcreek's wrestling program back to prominence, died Monday night after a battle with pancreatic cancer

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Dacula gets big fight from Brookwood, hangs on in waning seconds | PHOTOS

Dacula got a big battle from struggling Brookwood in a Region 8-AAAAAA game Friday night

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Playoff hopeful Parkview wary of South Gwinnett

Parkview, with playoff aspirations, isn’t overlooking an underrated South Gwinnett team

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Duluth grad Curry reflects on anniversary of state-record, 67-yard field goal | VIDEO

Slightly more than 15 years ago, Duluth’s Rusty Curry, now a teacher at Blythewood High School in South Carolina, hit a state-record, 67-yard field goal

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Lanier football back to work after huge victory over Gainesville

After last week’s win over Gainesville, the Lanier football team returns to region play with a road trip to Heritage and its Gwinnett-heavy coaching staff

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HAMMOCK: Central Gwinnett football on track for more success

Central Gwinnett is on a path for more success under fifth-year head coach Todd Wofford

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