STONE MOUNTAIN — Issues with the computer scoring program caused some turmoil at the end, but didn't change who stood atop of the podium Wednesday at the Gwinnett County girls diving meet.
SUWANEE — Mill Creek kept throwing figurative haymakers at North Gwinnett during their Region 6-AAAAAAA boys basketball game Tuesday night, yet the host Bulldogs kept on getting up.
The Gwinnett County swimming and diving championship, with only a few exceptions, has been traded back and forth between Brookwood and Parkview for more than 20 years. North Gwinnett hopes to be one of those exceptions this weekend.
LILBURN – Providence Christian Academy took down Riverside Military Academy 68-59 to move into a tie for first place in Region 8-A with Riverside.
Longtime Gwinnett coach Roger Parham was inducted into the Georgia Dugout Club Softball Hall of Fame over the weekend.
Collins Hill downs Mountain View to end a run of five straight Area 6-AAAAAAA championships for the Bears and win the Eagles' first since 2014.
A week after focusing on individual achievement at the Gwinnett County Championship meet, the county’s high school wrestling teams shift their focus to the more team-oriented goals as the dual-meet postseason begins Saturday with region and area duals at various sites.
Buford and Shiloh earned top awards from the Gwinnett Tipoff Club, which recently honored the best in local basketball from November and December.
HOSCHTON — Winning a much-anticipated match with fellow nationally ranked opponent Charlie Darracott to win the third individual county title of his career and help his team repeat as team champs were enough to make Lucas DeSilva’s weekend at the 2020 Gwinnett County Wrestling Championships …
Five individual weight class champions propelled Collins Hill to its second straight Gwinnett County Wrestling team championship Saturday.
Technically speaking, the 2019 Gwinnett County Wrestling Championships is occurring right about the midpoint of the 2019-20 high school wrestling season.
SNELLVILLE — There’s been one underlying goal for Mill Creek’s boys basketball team through the first month and a half of the 2019-20 season.
GREENEVILLE, Tenn. – Zuriyah Davis' 35 points lifted Lanier’s girls basketball team to a 49-41 win over North Greene (Tenn.) at the Andrew Johnson Bank Classic on Monday.
SNELLVILLE — One Region 6-AAAAAAA boys basketball team came up with perhaps its best effort of the season to end its opponent’s long winning streak, while another had its long winning streak snapped when it couldn’t quite finish as well as it had the night before during Saturday’s semifinals…
SNELLVILLE — Down by 15 points late in the third quarter, Mill Creek’s boys basketball team stepped up its defense and made an impressive comeback over Brookwood in the Deep South Classic first round.
SNELLVILLE — Mill Creek’s girls nearly pulled off another win on the basketball court where they posted a big state tournament upset last season.
Tournament champion Buford headlined an impressive showing for Gwinnett at the Eric Hill Memorial wrestling tournament at Loganville.
NAPLES, Fla. — The Gwinnett Football League-Georgia program staked its claim again this week as the country’s best for youth football.
Eighteen Gwinnett athletes are among the early nominees for the USA Today Atlanta High School Sports Awards, which will be held May 11 at Atlanta Symphony Hall.
Gwinnett-based SwimAtlanta won its first Junior Nationals championships in 21 years over the weekend, and one of its swimmers did something rarer in the meet at Georgia Tech.
LAWRENCEVILLE — Mill Creek's boys basketball team cut a 17-point deficit to three points multiple times in the second half, but it couldn’t find that extra basket needed in a 70-67 loss to Cedar Shoals on Saturday in the Gwinnett Daily Post Metro ATL Challenge at Archer High School.
The Gwinnett County Swim and Dive Booster Club announced the county’s swimmers and divers of the month for November this week.
Gwinnett had 24 representatives on the Georgia Athletic Coaches Association All-State Softball Teams, released by the organization this week.