Glances at Gwinnett County high school softball teams leading into the 2021 season.
A year ago, Ellie Brewer seemingly came out of nowhere to make a big impression on the high school cross country scene in Gwinnett County.
After 19 years — 14 as athletic director — at Calvary Day School in Savannah, Chad Griffin earlier this year decided to leave the place where he’d spent most of his professional life to accept a position at Hebron Christian Academy.
The Gwinnett Daily Post has launched a new mobile application for its dedicated high school sports site, gwinnettprepsports.com, providing another way to enjoy content involving local sports.
The last time Chris Luke was Providence Christian’s head girls basketball coach, the school’s sports teams were still called the Stars. It was well before the Lilburn private school’s rebranding to the Storm.
Parkview baseball teammates Cade Sadler and Ryan Spikes shared the Class AAAAAAA Player of the Year award presented this week by the Georgia Dugout Preview.
Positive Athlete Georgia announced its 2020-21 Gwinnett County Regional winners Tuesday, and Parkview earned one of the top awards.
Hebron Christian’s Malia Fisher and Grayson’s Ian Schieffelin earned player of the year awards, headlining 31 Gwinnett high school basketball players on the Georgia Athletic Coaches Association’s All-State Teams.
Another stellar year in Gwinnett track and field saw two girls teams, one a regular champion and the other a newcomer, win state titles Saturday.
POWDER SPRINGS — In 2014, Hebron Christian launched its track and field program with big dreams and one key missing piece — an actual track.
POWDER SPRINGS — The Class A Private Track and Field Championships at McEachern producted two state champions from Gwinnett on Friday.
POWDER SPRINGS — Hebron Christian’s Rachael Ruff and Wesleyan’s Imani Washington won state championships Thursday, the opening day of the Class A Private state track and field meet at McEachern.
A look at Gwinnett’s state qualifiers from Saturday’s Class A Private Sectional B at Providence Christian Academy. Athletes are listed with by their finishes in each event.
Wesleyan’s Druw Jones, North Gwinnett’s Coulson Buchanan and Buford’s Dylan Lesko earned the top awards from the Gwinnett Dugout Club, which released its list of the best from the 2021 high school baseball season.
Hebron Christian’s girls track and field team dominated to win the Area 6-A Private championship Saturday at Athens Academy.
Slugfest win in Game 1 and Parker Marlatt shutout in Game 2 give Hebron Christian a sweep of Athens Academy in their Class A (Private) state baseball playoff doubleheader.
SUWANEE — Collins Hill defeated Peachtree Ridge 3-1 Friday night in a baseball game to determine the fourth seed from Region 8-AAAAAAA for the state playoffs.
DACULA — Zach Kwiatkowski was nearly perfect Tuesday in the Hebron Christian baseball team’s 5-0 win over Providence Christian.
DACULA — Layton Glisson had five goals and two assists Tuesday in the fourth-ranked Hebron Christian girls soccer team’s 11-1 win over George Walton in the first round of the Class A Private state playoffs.
LAWRENCEVILLE — Ivan Ivastanin scored the game-winning goal with six minutes left off an assist from Javi Juarez as Archer’s boys soccer team defeated Dacula 2-1 on Thursday.
DACULA — Center back Dean Hufford filled in at goalkeeper and delivered Tuesday night for the Providence Christian boys soccer team, which clinched a state playoff berth with a 3-2 win (5-4 on penalty kicks) over host Hebron Christian.
Malia Fisher won a state championship with Hebron Christian’s volleyball team as a junior, but she really wanted another one in her primary sport as a senior.
SUWANEE — Brad Kinser’s Greater Atlanta Christian track and field teams have done just about everything during his 32-year tenure as head coach, so new feats don’t come often.
LILBURN — Unranked Parkview moved into second place in Region 4-AAAAAAA with a 2-0 victory over sixth-ranked Brookwood in boys soccer on Monday.