Backyard football, along with a season of flag football as a fifth-grader, provided the extent of Jarrett Jenkins’ experience in the sport before he got to Dacula High School.
Fordham University landed a second rising senior football recruit from Lanier, earning a commitment Thursday from wide receiver Cole Thornton.
Gwinnett soccer players Becky Contreras, Nieva Gaither and James Williams earned top awards this summer from United Soccer Coaches based on their performances during the 2019 high school season.
Gwinnett County football was represented well on the Touchdown Club of Atlanta’s Preseason All-Star Team and preseason watch lists.
Wesleyan’s Dustin Wolf was named recently as the Georgia High School Strength Coach of the Year by the National High School Strength Coaches Association.
The Gwinnett Soccer Academy 04 Girls won the prestigious Elite Club National League national championship in Richmond, Va., over the weekend.
Two Gwinnett County high school softball players have been selected to participate in the Softball Elite Development Invitational, which began last Friday in Vero Beach, Fla.
Coming out of the Georgia High School Association’s “dead week,” many different high school football team throughout Gwinnett County and the rest of the state find themselves shifting focus.
It is completely normal for the focus and mindset of pretty much every high school football team in Georgia to switch during offseason workouts as the calendar changes from June to July.
Providence Christian’s Ben Johnson will be heading to the Sun Belt Conference just over a year from now after giving a verbal commitment to play college baseball at Georgia Southern earlier this week.
A year into his football career, Jordan van den Berg asked Providence Christian defensive coordinator Ken Aldridge if he could play linebacker.
As important as summer workouts are for any high school football program leading into the beginning of preseason camps for another season, it is perhaps moreso for programs with coaching changes during the previous offseason.
Brookwood Elementary's James Sievers was selected to represent Team USA for exclusive Olympic wrestling camps and tournaments in Greece. The fifth-grader placed first in freestyle and third in greco.
Scenes from Monday's Sports Medicine South/Touchdown Club of Gwinnett Fellowship Golf Tournament at Summit Chase Country Club. (Photos: Nicole Seitz)
It’s not difficult for a high school football coach and everyone around his program to be extremely excited when you have the highest-profile player in your program’s history returning after a prolific season.
The Meridian Panthers travel baseball team, which feeds into Parkview, placed first out of 104 teams in the 12-and-under division at last week’s Cooperstown (N.Y.) Dreams Park Tournament.
Wesleyan, one of the smaller schools in Class A, has long needed its linemen to be quick and smart to compensate for a size difference.
Heading into its fourth season of varsity football since Discovery High School opened up, the Titans find themselves at something of a crossroads heading into the 2019 season this fall.
A pair of rising senior catchers for Gwinnett County high school baseball teams have been selected to play in the Under Armour All-American Baseball Game later this month.
Greater Atlanta Christian receiver Jake Hicks isn't exactly a small guy at 6-foot-1 and closing in on 200 pounds. Unless it's compared to offensive lineman Myles Hinton.
When you’ve got as much personnel returning from a team that produced your program’s first undefeated regular season in 16 years as Parkview has, it’s hard not to be excited about the prospects for the upcoming 2019 campaign.
Providence Christian lured Joey Thacker back into high school coaching on a full-time basis this summer, returning to the profession after a successful journey in the business world.
The Mountain View Bears Gold, a 13-and-under baseball team of Twin Rivers Middle students, won the Cal Ripken Summer Slam championship last month in Myrtle Beach, S.C.
Parkview head baseball coach Chan Brown as named American Baseball Coaches Association/Diamond High School Division I National Coach of the Year, the organization announced late last week.
Jackson McClimans, a 2019 North Gwinnett grad, will continue his running career with Berry College’s track and field and cross country teams.
Gwinnett residents Dominic Bambinelli and Taj Jones earned All-American honors at the recent USA Wrestling Kids Freestyle and Greco-Roman National Championships in Wisconsin.
Dacula resident Kyleigh Kramlich has competed in close to two dozen road races, including marathons and half-marathons, but she will be competing in her first Peachtree Road Race this Thursday and she admits she’s a little tense.
The Lanier football coaches knew exactly what kind of person was coming into the program long before Taj Barnes entered ninth grade.
If there’s one general rule about high school football that Keith Maloof has learned over his 24 seasons as a head coach, the last 21 at Norcross, it is that a lot can change over the course of a year.