SUWANEE — Fourth-ranked Collins Hill edged North Gwinnett 2-1 Friday night in a Region 8-AAAAAAA girls soccer showdown.
The third annual Gwinnett Junior Varsity Cup, hosted by local soccer club Atlanta Fire United, begins Saturday to crown the best JV soccer teams in the county.
NORCROSS — Wesleyan’s Brian Krehmeyer won the 200th game of his baseball coaching career Tuesday night in a 7-1 victory at Greater Atlanta Christian.
CONYERS — Isaiah Bond’s big day highlighted the Buford track and field team’s performance at this past weekend’s Heritage Early Bird Invitational.
BUFORD — Goalie Quad Williams and the Greater Atlanta Christian defense were exceptional Friday night in Greater Atlanta Christian’s 8-3 victory over Buford in boys lacrosse.
PEACHTREE CORNERS — Wesleyan’s Druw Jones drove in two runs with a walk-off hit in the bottom of the ninth inning Wednesday as the hosts won a non-region baseball showdown with North Gwinnett.
BUFORD — Mill Creek pulled out a 10-9, triple-overtime victory over host Buford in boys lacrosse Tuesday night thanks to a game-winning goal from Westin Baker.
LAWRENCEVILLE — Nate Alexander contributed heavily at the plate and on the mound Tuesday in Hebron Christian’s 17-9 win at Mountain View.
Kenny Cook was a two-time state wrestling tournament qualifier for Mountain View when an injury on the mat left him temporarily paralyzed and ruined his intentions to wrestle in college for Life University.
Collins Hill’s Sacha Washington and North Gwinnett’s R.J. Godfrey were the top award-winners on the All-Region 8-AAAAAAA Basketball Team selected by the league’s coaches.
Each week during the spring sports season the Daily Post will honor a Fans Choice Spring Athlete of the Week based on fan voting during the week at www.gwinnettprepsports.com.
LAWRENCEVILLE — Kenny Mallory pitched 6 2/3 innings of no-hit baseball, and Mountain View handed nationally ranked Parkview its second straight loss to open the season on Saturday.
SUWANEE — Eighth-ranked Brookwood knocked off Class AAAAAAA’s No. 1 team, Peachtree Ridge, 1-0 Friday in a matchup of state-ranked boys soccer teams.
JOHNS CREEK — Jordyn Olivo scored six goals and Jordan Garrison and Kylee Kangas added three goals each Friday in Buford girls lacrosse’s 15-5 win over Mount Pisgah.
HOSCHTON — In an era of sports specialization, Mill Creek’s girls basketball team is state playoff-bound with a different formula.
HOSCHTON — Nearly six minutes into the Mill Creek boys basketball team’s Region 8-AAAAAAA Tournament opener, the hosts had just one basket and a nine-point deficit.
Each week during the winter sports season the Daily Post will honor a Fans Choice Winter Athlete of the Week based on fan voting during the week at www.gwinnettprepsports.com.
Down 3-2 in the top of the sixth inning in the 2018 state playoffs, Jackson Peck hit a memorable home run off North Forsyth ace Ethan Hankins, the 35th overall pick in that year’s MLB Draft.
Two of Gwinnett County’s top girls wrestlers closed their high school careers with state championships Thursday night in Macon.
Just before the COVID-19 pandemic ended the 2020 season, Mountain View’s girls lacrosse team went toe-to-toe with neighboring Mill Creek.
In their final high school swim meet, Brookwood’s Lily Burke and Parkview’s Abby McCulloh finished on top again.
HOSCHTON — Madison Dobbins’ 3-pointer beat the buzzer Friday night and gave the Mill Creek girls basketball team a 46-45 victory over rival Mountain View in Region 8-AAAAAAA play.
SUWANEE — Collins Hill defeated Peachtree Ridge 78-64 Friday in a Region 8-AAAAAAA boys basketball game behind 24 points and five assists from Vino Glover.