After another strong GHSA state wrestling traditional wrestling tournament, the future looks just as bright for Gwinnett individuals and teams.
Team runner-up finishes by Collins Hill and Buford highlight Gwinnett’s weekend at the GHSA State Traditional Wrestling Championships in Macon.
Gwinnett’s female wrestlers find a league of their own, and other notes from the GHSA’s State Traditional Wrestling Championships in Macon.
Six Gwinnett softball players and their Atlanta Premier 18-and-under fastpitch softball team are headed to Chinese Taipei for a series of games
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.
Norcross’ boys fights off a tough challenge from Mountain View to pull away for a 76-58 win in the first round of the Class AAAAAAA state basketball tournament.
Norcross’ girls ride a fast start to an 83-45 win over Mountain View in the first round of the Class AAAAAAA state basketball tournament.
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.
Discovery’s Leslie Nkereuwem and Collins Hill’s Javyn Nicholson were named players of the year on All-Region 6-AAAAAAA Basketball Team, which was released Saturday by the league’s coaches.
The Duluth girls basketball team’s late rally stunned Mill Creek and sent the Wildcats to the Region 6-AAAAAAA Tournament finals, where they will face Collins Hill.
Four days after a low point in their basketball season, the Mountain View Bears were in celebration, and back in the win column.
Tuesday’s first half, particularly the first quarter, went like Mountain View’s girls basketball season — not good. But the players weren’t satisfied with that result.
The 2019 high school swimming and diving season is a memorable one for Mountain View senior Hayden Brown and his mother, Bears coach Amy Brown.
Mountain View head baseball coach Jason Johnson has met a lot of baseball men in his years coaching in Gwinnett County. He met even more during his days in college and Minor League Baseball.
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.
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.
Gwinnett’s high school wrestling team shifts its focus from the GHSA state duals towards the traditional-format tournament portion of the 2018-19 season.
Neither Buford nor Mountain View could find the right matchups in falling in their respective classification finals at the GHSA’s state wrestling duals championships.
The Buford and Mountain View wrestling teams won their semifinal matches Friday night, advancing to the finals of the Georgia High School Association’s State Duals.