Glances at Gwinnett County high school softball teams leading into the 2021 season.
Brookwood earned three top individual awards from the Gwinnett Swim and Dive Booster Club, which recognized the best from the 2020-21 high school season with a virtual awards banquet.
DULUTH — This time last year, there was plenty of uncertainty about what the 2020 high school football season would look like throughout Gwinnett County and the entire state of Georgia.
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.
Even the most successful athletes have their share of obstacles to overcome, and Mill Creek’s Andre Izadi is no exception, even in perhaps the best season of his high school career.
Mill Creek girls soccer coach Vince Hayes fondly recalls seeing Ari Manrique excelling at the game at a young age, and knew almost immediately he was looking at the real deal.
Hannah Beth Baker is back in Gwinnett County, where she spent one memorable year during her high school career.
Gwinnett basketball fixture Eddie Martin is still in retirement from head coaching, but he will be on a sideline for the 2021-22 high school season.
Brian Williamson, who has coached Mill Creek’s girls lacrosse team for the past 11 years, has a definite opinion about what it takes to be a goaltender in that sport.
Mill Creek’s Ari Manrique was named All-Region by United Soccer Coaches, headlining the list of Gwinnett girls soccer players who were recognized by the organization.
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.
A softball recruit for one of the nation’s top college programs, Dallis Goodnight made a considerable impact in her secondary sport, too.
Longtime Gwinnett high school administrators Charlie Jordan and Gary Long were inducted into the Georgia Athletic Directors Association Hall of Fame over the weekend.
Gwinnett Daily Post correspondent Kate Sullivan caught up with longtime Gwinnett football coach Shannon Jarvis, who is preparing for his second season as head coach at his alma mater, Elbert County.
Although Rik Moore has an extensive background as an educator and coach, he said there’s still plenty to learn about the track and field event he’s become so well known for in Gwinnett County and the state.
Positive Athlete Georgia announced its 2020-21 Gwinnett County Regional winners Tuesday, and Parkview earned one of the top awards.
South Gwinnett’s boys soccer team finished 10th in the Georgia High School Soccer Coaches Rankings for all classifications released Wednesday. South was the only Gwinnett boys or girls teams in the all-class poll.
MOULTRIE — A pair of top-10 finishers led the Peachtree Ridge girls golf team to a second-place finish in the Class AAAAAAA Tournament, which concluded Tuesday at Sunset Country Club.
TIFTON — Peachtree Ridge freshman Billy Abdow, as well as the North Gwinnett and Peachtree Ridge boys golf teams, had top-10 finishes Tuesday in the Class AAAAAAA Tournament at Spring Hill Country Club.
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 — Tamiia Fuller and the Peachtree Ridge girls track and field team raced to a state runner-up finish in Class AAAAAAA Saturday at McEachern.
After a long coaching career, most of it at Mill Creek, Brian Williamson is stepping away from high school athletics, including his current role as the Hawks’ head girls lacrosse coach.
POWDER SPRINGS — Dallis Goodnight’s breakout season in the long jump finished perfectly Thursday at the Class AAAAAAA Track and Field Championships.
A look at Gwinnett’s state qualifiers from Saturday’s Class AAAAAAA Sectional B at West Forsyth High School. Athletes are listed with by their finishes in each event.