Mill Creek’s girls soccer team fought through the rain and frigid conditions Tuesday night for a 5-0 victory at West Forsyth.
Benjamin, who missed the Region 7-AAAAAAA final, had 17 points to lead all scorers and helped the Mustangs to a 57-37 victory over Duluth.
Gwinnett County Public Schools’ Office of Athletics, Student Activities and Community Schools will host its Athlete/Parent Informational Night on Wednesday at Peachtree Ridge High School’s theater.
The 2019 traditional state tournament marks the first in which girls will wrestle in their own tournament. There are 10 weight classes, and all of the state’s classifications are combined. Weight go as low as 95 and up to 225. Girls could always wrestling in GHSA varsity matches, but have not had their own division until sectionals qualifying last week.
Gwinnett’s qualifying girls and boys basketball teams are catching their collective breath and bracing themselves for the GHSA state tournament, which tips off this weekend.
Meadowcreek’s Jamir Chaplin and Norcross’ Morgan Robinson-Nwagwu were voted as the Region 7-AAAAAAA basketball players of the year by the region’s head coaches.
Meadowcreek’s boys get a buzzer-beater from Jammonie Watkins-Causey to beat Norcross 46-44 in overtime for the Region 7-AAAAAAA tournament championship.
Meadowcreek’s boys used a renewed defensive philosophy to beat Berkmar 53-35 in the semifinals of the Region 7-AAAAAAA basketball tournament.
Brookwood completed its three-peat on Saturday as the Broncos won the Region 7-AAAAAAA wrestling tournament held at Meadowcreek High School. Brookwood advanced all 14 of its wrestlers to next weekend’s sectionals at Lowndes.
Buford boys and girls coaches Eddie Martin and Gene Durden both reach the 800-win mark and other notes from around Gwinnett County high school basketball.
The experience of a lifetime for the Meadowcreek football program got even better for head coach Jason Carrera at Monday’s Super Bowl LIII Opening Night.
Mill Creek junior Jake Magahey rewrote the Gwinnett County record book for the second straight year, and the team standings followed their usual trajectory, too.
Almost all of the Gwinnett County Swimming Diving and Diving Championships results had been read to the crowd Saturday night when the West Gwinnett Aquatic Center fire alarm went off.
Dacula senior Lauren Henderson repeated as Gwinnett County’s girls diving champion by a significant 52.15-point margin on Saturday morning.
Dacula’s girls continue on a record-breaking season, and other notes from around Gwinnett County high school basketball.
Collins Hill’s Peter Smithson averaged 7.7 points per dive and totaled 56.65 points on the first day of county swim and dive championships. Four swimmers from different schools occupied the top four spots. Parkview’s Maxwell Pate edged North Gwinnett’s Nicholas Start for second place with 34.21 points. Stark’s 34.19 points settled him in third place in front of Hunter Misuraca from Mill Creek.
Meadowcreek wrestling coach Jose Helena has been telling Dominican wrestling coaches about Meadowcreek wrestler Joelliuis Rodriguez for more than a year now, and he officially received an invitation to train and compete against some of Latin America’s best wrestlers.
Dacula’s Kendall Bollmer breaks the GCPS girls record for most career 3-point baskets, and other notes from around Gwinnett County high school basketball.
Gwinnett County Public Schools’ Athletic and Activities Department will host its free Booster Essentials Program at two locations in the near future.
Eight Gwinnett County high school wrestling teams face a short turnaround from their region and area dual-meet championships at the state duals this weekend in Macon.
After a strong showing with a third-place finish in the county traditional tournament last week, Brookwood rode that momentum on Saturday in the Region 7-AAAAAAA duals at Parkview High School.