Photos from Tuesday night's Gwinnett County Middle School basketball finals, featuring Dacula vs. Trickum boys and McConnell vs. Pinckneyville girls.
Dacula used its size to beat Trickum 55-40 for the Gwinnett County boys middle school basketball championship.
Mill Creek’s girls soccer team fought through the rain and frigid conditions Tuesday night for a 5-0 victory at West Forsyth.
Surviving loaded Region 8-AAAAAAA was a huge challenge in itself for the Archer boys basketball team, which used that experience to pull off a first-round upset in the state tournament.
The second-round Class AAAAAAA boys/girls state tournament doubleheader between Grayson and Norcross feature two top-10 clashes.
Greater Atlanta Christian tennis director Scott Hutchinson was given the state’s United States Tennis Association Tennis Director of the Year Award earlier this month.
After another strong GHSA state wrestling traditional wrestling tournament, the future looks just as bright for Gwinnett individuals and teams.
Greater Atlanta Christian senior standout Jack Jacquet has been immersed in soccer from an early age through his father Thom, the Spartans' head boys soccer coach since 1992.
Team runner-up finishes by Collins Hill and Buford highlight Gwinnett’s weekend at the GHSA State Traditional Wrestling Championships in Macon.
Gwinnett’s female wrestlers find a league of their own, and other notes from the GHSA’s State Traditional Wrestling Championships in Macon.
Mill Creek’s girls basketball team went on the road Saturday night for an upset of Brookwood in the first round of the Class AAAAAAA state playoffs.
Benjamin, who missed the Region 7-AAAAAAA final, had 17 points to lead all scorers and helped the Mustangs to a 57-37 victory over Duluth.
The Grayson Rams boys basketball team cruised 84-43 over Forsyth Central in the first round of the Class AAAAAAA playoffs on their home floor Saturday.
The No. 1 seed Grayson girls basketball team stalled a South Forsyth comeback to win 68-49 in the first round of the Class AAAAAAA state basketball tournament at home Saturday.
Six Gwinnett softball players and their Atlanta Premier 18-and-under fastpitch softball team are headed to Chinese Taipei for a series of games
Gwinnett County Public Schools’ Office of Athletics, Student Activities and Community Schools will host its Athlete/Parent Informational Night on Wednesday at Peachtree Ridge High School’s theater.
The list of school firsts grew for Discovery High School on Friday in the opening round of the Class AAAAAAA boys basketball state tournament.
For the second straight basketball season, Miller Grove gave Buford’s boys a tough time in the state playoffs. The Wolves came out on the winning side this time, though.
Hebron Christian's boys basketball team recorded the program's first state playoff win Friday night, defeating Darlington 57-47 in the Class A first round.
Norcross’ boys fights off a tough challenge from Mountain View to pull away for a 76-58 win in the first round of the Class AAAAAAA state basketball tournament.
Greater Atlanta Christian's girls basketball team defeated Ringgold 61-47 in the first round of the Class AAA state tournament on Friday.
Tough late defense helps Wesleyan’s boys overcome free-throw woes and hang on to beat Trinity Christian in the first round of the Class A (Private) state basketball tournament.
Dacula's girls basketball team overcame a third-quarter deficit and defeated Douglas County 60-55 in the Class AAAAAA state playoff opener on Friday.
Norcross’ girls ride a fast start to an 83-45 win over Mountain View in the first round of the Class AAAAAAA state basketball tournament.
Archer's Maya Jackson's put back of a missed field goal at the buzzer gave the Tigers a 63-61 win over Forsyth Central in the first round of the Class AAAAAAA girls basketball state playoffs on Friday.
In a flash, Buford’s girls basketball team won the opening tip Friday night and turned it into an Ebony Grant layup.
It was clear from the start the Lanier Longhorns would have no trouble with their first-round playoff matchup against the Alexander Cougars, especially on the defensive end.
The 2019 traditional state tournament marks the first in which girls will wrestle in their own tournament. There are 10 weight classes, and all of the state’s classifications are combined. Weight go as low as 95 and up to 225. Girls could always wrestling in GHSA varsity matches, but have not had their own division until sectionals qualifying last week.
Mill Creek swimmer Jake Magahey won individual state titles in the 200 and 500 freestyle, breaking the state and national record in the 500 free.
After withstanding its second challenge from Osborne this basketball season, the Dacula Middle boys are where they feel they belong — in the Gwinnett County Middle School finals.
The month-long search for a new head football coach at Grayson has ended. Adam Carter was introduced to the Ram players Wednesday morning as the replacement for Christian Hunnicutt, who stepped down in January.