SUWANEE — For 12 seconds, North Gwinnett’s boys basketball players enjoyed the best game of keep-away of their lives.
DACULA — Coming into Thursday night's Class AAAAAA second-round girls basketball game with Brunswick, Dacula knew it had the height advantage with Lazaria Spearman in the middle.
TIFTON — Brookwood's Diana Collins made the second of two free throws with 10.4 seconds left and ended Tift County's basketball playoff run Thursday night.
ALBANY — The Greater Atlanta Christian girls basketball team scored the first seven points of the second half to pull away from Monroe, and then held on for a 50-42 win in Albany Thursday night in the second round of the Class AAA state playoffs.
MARIETTA — There’s just something about the few times Shiloh and Wheeler’s boys basketball teams face off with one another that seems to bring out the best in both teams.
CANTON — On a neutral court earlier in the girls basketball season, Grayson played Cherokee down to the wire. But in the second meeting, it was the Warriors’ home court advantage which propelled Cherokee to a convincing win.
Weather is always a tricky factor to negotiate for any of the outdoor high school spring sports early in the season, and track and field is no exception.
NORCROSS — Norcross’ girls needed another strong defensive effort in its second-round Class AAAAAAA state playoff game against North Paulding.
LOGANVILLE — Bryan Salazar’s first career hat trick led Parkview’s boys soccer team to a decisive 5-0 win at Grayson on Wednesday.
BUFORD — If Buford boys basketball coach Eddie Martin had to grade his team’s first-quarter defense, it would be tough.
SUWANEE — While turnovers and defense kept the Collins Hill girls from putting Wednesday’s Class AAAAAAA second round game away until the fourth quarter, the undefeated Eagles had good low post play and grabbed 40 rebounds that led to a 70-53 win against Pebblebrook.
NORCROSS — Hillgrove tried to employ a similar deliberate pace to its second-round Class AAAAAAA state boys basketball playoff game against Norcross to the one Lambert used in the identical position in the first round last week.
POWDER SPRINGS — McEachern fought off a furious fourth-quarter rally by Parkview 57-51 in the second round of the Class AAAAAAA state girls basketball tournament at Lovinggood Arena on Wednesday.
ATLANTA — Archer’s girls had their season ended in the second round of the Class AAAAAAA state basketball tournament with a 71-30 loss at top-ranked Westlake on Wednesday.
A record-setting season came to an end for Providence Christian’s boys basketball team with a 64-53 loss to Pinecrest Academy in the second-round of the Class A (Private) state tournament Wednesday at home.
LOGANVILLE — Wednesday night's Class AAAAAAA second-round boys basketblal game between No. 2-nationally ranked Grayson and Pebblebrook looked as if it was going to be a barn-burner at the end of the first quarter.
PEACHTREE CORNERS — Having endured a nine-day layoff since her team last took the basketball court, Wesleyan coach Carolyn Whitney wasn't sure what to expect Wednesday in a Class A Private second-round matchup with Trinity Christian.
Buford junior Malik Williams had a record-breaking performance in last Saturday’s Westlake Invitational track and field meet.
Loganville Christian Academy named Adam Miller, a Shiloh assistant last season, as the school’s new head football coach this week.
LAWRENCEVILLE — It’s not difficult to track the turning point of the Gwinnett County middle school girls basketball championship game between McConnell and Pinckneyville.
Grayson’s Geoffrey Pierce is one of five finalists for Naismith National Boys Coach of the Year, awarded annually by the Atlanta Tipoff Club to the nation’s top high school basketball coach.
The Atlanta Falcons featured Gwinnett County high school athletes and flag football players in their recent "Trailblazers" video, which celebrated National Girls and Women in Sports Day.
JOHNS CREEK — A stellar relief outing by Chase Niekro fueled Lanier baseball’s 5-3, eight-inning win over host Johns Creek on Monday.
LILBURN — Providence Christian Academy senior Bailey Moody is the youngest player on the recently announced 2020 U.S. Paralympic Women’s Wheelchair Basketball Team roster.
Buford began its baseball season on a newly renovated turf field Saturday. The city funded the state-of-the-art surface as well as the new public address system and LED lighting.
MACON — As is the case pretty much every year, the 2020 Georgia High School Association state traditional wrestling championships produced a wide variety of storylines during championship Saturday at the Macon Centreplex.