LAWRENCEVILLE — North Gwinnett’s football team looked playoff-ready with a 59-14 win over host Mountain View in Friday night’s regular-season finale.
With high school sports shifting from outdoors to gyms and indoor aquatic centers, Gwinnett County Public Schools released Wednesday its guidance for schools to provide a safe environment during the COVID-19 pandemic.
LAWRENCEVILLE — Brookwood’s girls flag football team rode a pair of strong defensive performances to Tuesday night victories that clinched the inaugural Division 2, Area 3 championship.
Buford, Hebron Christian and North Gwinnett headlined the All-Gwinnett County Volleyball Team, selected by the county’s coaches.
Thirteen Gwinnett athletes were selected for the Georgia Dugout Club Fastpitch All-State Games, scheduled for Nov. 14 at Buford.
CONYERS — Mill Creek swept the team and individual titles with impressive performances Saturday at the Region 8-AAAAAAA Cross Country Championships.
LAWRENCEVILLE — North Forsyth eliminated defending Class AAAAAAA state champion Mountain View with a sweep of one-run games Thursday in the second round of the state softball playoffs.
LAWRENCEVILLE — Mountain View’s softball team opened defense of its Class AAAAAAA state championship with a sweep of Roswell in Tuesday’s first round.
A memorial service at Collins Hill’s high school football stadium is planned for longtime Gwinnett wrestling coach Cliff Ramos, who died last week after a long battle with pancreatic cancer.
LAWRENCEVILLE — Archer’s softball team completed an unbeaten run through Region 7-AAAAAAA Thursday with an 18-2 victory over Dunwoody.
A wild Thursday night in Region 8-AAAAAAA softball ended with a pair of upsets, one that gave Mountain View the first region title in program history.
LILBURN — Parkview’s volleyball team won the Region 4-AAAAAAA Tournament on Wednesday with a 25-19, 25-13, 25-16 victory over Grayson.
SUWANEE — Ella Janish’s solo home run in the bottom of the sixth inning lifted North Gwinnett to a 2-1 victory on Tuesday, and handed Mountain View its first Region 8-AAAAAAA loss of the softball season.
LAWRENCEVILLE — The Mountain View community paid tribute to beloved head football coach and teacher Rob Kellogg with an emotional ceremony prior to Friday night’s game with Dacula.