A 40-second flurry in the fourth quarter Friday night showed why it’s easy to get excited about the future of Brookwood girls basketball.
SNELLVILLE — Unranked South Gwinnett took over the Region 4-AAAAAAA lead Friday with a 2-1 win over visiting Brookwood, ranked No. 1 in Class AAAAAAA.
Mill Creek senior Seth Earley, a longtime standout for the Gwinnett Heat, will continue his athletic career with the University of Alabama Adapted Sports program.
The third annual Gwinnett Junior Varsity Cup, hosted by local soccer club Atlanta Fire United, begins Saturday to crown the best JV soccer teams in the county.
MARIETTA — Hebron Christian baseball coach Ben Drust earned his 100th career win Wednesday when his Lions defeated Walker 7-4 in eight innings.
MABLETON – Clinging to a three-point halftime lead, Pebblebrook outscored North Gwinnett 19-11 in the third quarter and rolled to a 75-58 victory over the Bulldogs in the quarterfinals of the Class AAAAAAA state boys basketball tournament at Kay Jackson Gymnasium Wednesday.
DACULA — Hebron Christian is headed back to the Class A Private Final Four in girls basketball after a 79-24 rout of Stratford Academy on Tuesday night.
BUFORD — The rarity of what his team accomplished Tuesday night wasn’t lost on Lovejoy girls basketball coach Cedric King.
NORCROSS — Wesleyan’s Brian Krehmeyer won the 200th game of his baseball coaching career Tuesday night in a 7-1 victory at Greater Atlanta Christian.
While the boys basketball teams within it may not have noticed, the strength of Region 8-AAAAAAA was questioned at times this season.
SUGAR HILL — Michael Kass and Ethan Davis combined on a five-inning no-hitter Monday in Lanier’s 13-1 win over Central Gwinnett in the teams’ Region 8-AAAAAA baseball opener.
CONYERS — Isaiah Bond’s big day highlighted the Buford track and field team’s performance at this past weekend’s Heritage Early Bird Invitational.
Each week during the spring sports season the Daily Post will honor a Fans Choice Spring Athlete of the Week based on fan voting during the week at www.gwinnettprepsports.com.
SUWANEE — North Gwinnett’s boys basketball team rebounded from a shaky first quarter Saturday, and then held on for a 38-37 victory over Norcross in the Class AAAAAAA second round.
SNELLVILLE — Brookwood’s girls basketball team avenged a season-ending loss to Campbell from 2019-20, defeating the visiting Spartans 56-48 in the Class AAAAAAA second round Saturday.
LOGANVILLE — A rally at the end of regulation and steady play in overtime Saturday means McEachern boys basketball coach Mike Thompson gets another game. And state title favorite Grayson’s season is done.
DACULA — Hebron Christian’s baseball team scored four runs in the bottom of the seventh to force extra innings, then won 6-5 in walk-off fashion in the eighth inning Saturday against North Cobb Christian.
MILTON — No. 1 Milton derailed Archer’s upset plans with a big third quarter Saturday, winning 63-42 in the second round of the Class AAAAAAA state playoffs.
LILBURN — Parkview’s boys basketball team led at halftime Saturday, but couldn’t finish off its Class AAAAAAA second-round game against Newnan.
LAFAYETTE — Region 6-AAA champion Lafayette eliminated Greater Atlanta Christian in Saturday’s Class AAA boys basketball second round, improving to 22-1 with a 63-54 victory.