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.
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.
Jenny Winter — then Jenny Hall — was part of Jan Azar's first girls basketball state championship team at Wesleyan.
“Also her favorite team,” Winter said with a grin at a gathering Sunday to acknowledge the vast contributions of Azar, her longtime assistant Demetrius Frazier and Carole Crighton, the school's athletic operations coordinator.
Gwinnett County high school athletic programs were represented well again in the 2018-19 Georgia Athletic Directors Association's final Directors Cup standings.
The 2018-19 school year saw Gwinnett County teams and athletes rack up the Georgia High School Association state championships once again.
The Gwinnett County track and field coaches held their season-ending awards banquet last week to honor the best from the 2019 high school season.
MACON — Hebron Christian nearly came back from a seven-run deficit in Game 3 of Class A (Private) state baseball semifinal series against Tattnall Square.
MACON — Hebron Christian showed plenty of comeback ability during its Class A (Private) state baseball semifinal doubleheader at Tattnall Square on Tuesday.
After the field competition and distance events, Shiloh’s boys track and field team was in 14th place with 10 points. That didn’t stop the Generals from running to the Class AAAAAAA state championship Saturday at Berry College.
Both Mia Anderson of Mill Creek and Eugene Kim of North Gwinnett were new to track and field last season. Now they are both state champions.
SAVANNAH — Hebron Christian continued its seemingly improbable run in the Class A (Private) baseball playoffs in Game 3 of their quarterfinal series against Calvary Day.
Hebron Christian rallies to earn a split of it's Class A (Private) state baseball doubleheader with Calvary Day on Wednesday in Savannah. Game 3 is Thursday.
Many of Gwinnett County's remaining teams in the Georgia High School Association's state baseball playoffs boast a strong core of young players.
A pair of individual victories from Brooke Browning powered the Hebron Christian girls track and field team to first place at this week’s Region 8 Area 2 Class A Private Qualifier hosted at George Walton Academy.
The Jeff Saturday story features multiple vignettes, all good; all inspirational and “alright” with fist-pumping emphasis
Gwinnett's teams face plenty of unknowns, yet also some familiarity, as the GHSA's state high school baseball playoffs get underway this week.
NORCROSS – Greater Atlanta Christian baseball's Bryceton Payne threw a no-hitter as the Spartans defeated Dawson County 9-0 on Wednesday. Payne walked five and struck out eight as GAC improved to 14-10-1 overall and 10-7 in Region 8-AAA.
PEACHTREE CORNERS — Wesleyan's Bennett Harrison scored a go-ahead goal with four minutes left and the Wolves made it hold up as they defeated Mt. Pisgah 9-8 on Friday.
There was plenty of offense on display for both the boys and girls games of the 11th Annual Gwinnett County Sneior All-Star basketball games Thursday at Grayson High School.
Brookwood’s girls and Shiloh’s boys won their respective team titles at the 2019 Gwinnett County Track and Field Championships on Tuesday at Mill Creek.
Gwinnett County’s senior basketball talent will be celebrated this week at Grayson, which hosts the county’s annual all-star doubleheader.