Scenes from Hebron Christian summer football workouts. (Photos: Will Hammock)
While the addition of a shot clock in basketball was big news from the Georgia High School Association’s Executive Committee meeting Tuesday, it also was a big day for changes in cross country and track and field.
Carly Fahey, a rising senior at Hebron Christian, committed Friday to the University of North Carolina-Asheville women’s basketball program.
Gwinnett schools were represented well on the All-Area 8-A Soccer Team, selected by the league’s coaches for the shortened 2020 season.
Georgia’s teenage athletes can resume conditioning at their high schools beginning June 8, the Georgia High School Association’s Board of Trustees confirmed in a Thursday meeting.
Photos of Hebron Christian's Class of 2020 spring sports athletes, who had their seasons cut short by the coronavirus pandemic.
Georgia governor Brian Kemp’s opening of certain businesses, including gyms, did not change anything for high school athletes.
The Atlanta Tipoff Club recognized the best in high school basketball Thursday with the release of its season-ending awards.
One of Gwinnett County’s, and Georgia’s, top junior quarterbacks has made his college choice, and it will take him to the Southeastern Conference.
If the coronavirus pandemic calls off the Georgia High School Association’s spring sports season, three Gwinnett schools will finish atop the standings for the Director’s Cup, presented by the Georgia Athletic Directors Association to the state’s top athletic programs.
Six Gwinnett high school basketball players earned state player of the year honors, highlighting the local selections to the Georgia Athletic Coaches Association’s All-State Basketball Team.
The Georgia High School Association announced Thursday afternoon it has postponed the state literary competitions scheduled for March 14 and 21 because of coronavirus concerns, in addition to recommending that its member schools suspend spring sports activities until further notice.
After sifting through an extensive list of applicants from around the country, Hebron Christian stayed local with its new head football coach.
MILLEDGEVILLE — There was only one way Hebron Christian girls basketball coach Jan Azar could describe her team’s Class A (Private) state semifinal game against Holy Innocents’.
DACULA — It's been a long time since Jan Azar emerged from her team's locker room with wet hair. At least after a quarterfinal victory.
For most 18-year-olds, three years seems like a very long time. For Jason Lockhart, however, it seems like only yesterday.