Khyair Spain stood out on both sides of the ball in Parkview's win over South Gwinnett.
Each week during the fall sports season the Daily Post will honor a Fans Choice Fall Athlete of the Week based on fan voting during the week at www.gwinnettprepsports.com.
SNELLVILLE — After a pair of close losses against rough Region 4-AAAAAAA football opponents, the Parkview Panthers found just enough big plays to top South Gwinnett 21-12 on Friday night.
LOGANVILLE — Grayson and Mill Creek split their Class AAAAAAA state playoff games Wednesday, forcing a decisive Game 3 of their second-round series on Thursday.
SNELLVILLE — Brookwood’s volleyball team opened the Class AAAAAAA state tournament Tuesday with a 25-11, 25-20, 25-22 sweep of visiting McEachern.
Parkview grad Abby McCulloh, a freshman at Georgia, and Brookwood grad Nate Stoffle, a freshman at Auburn, were among the 79 athletes named Monday to the 2021-22 USA Swimming Junior National Team.
WHITESBURG — The Mill Creek boys cross country team emerged from a difficult field to win the Coach Wood Invitational on Saturday at the McIntosh Nature Preserve.
LILBURN — With a dramatic final drive consisting of two long fourth-down conversions, Parkview’s football team was on the brink of a tying score in the final minutes against Grayson on Friday. In the end, though, the defending Class AAAAAAA champion Rams were able to hold on, escaping with a…
The 19th annual Coach Wood Invitational, named for longtime Gwinnett coach Rick Wood, brings 73 schools and more than 3,200 cross country runners to the McIntosh Nature Preserve in Whitesburg on Saturday.
BUFORD — Buford swept Kell in the first round of the Class AAAAAA state softball playoffs Wednesday, in addition to recognizing six seniors between games.
Long careers of dedication to their sport have earned spots in the National Wrestling Hall of Fame for Tom Beuglas Sr., Tom Dursee and Mike Lancaster.
Parkview boys soccer coach Danny Klinect received the prestigious United Soccer Coaches’ High School Coach of Significance Award, the organization announced Monday.
As the calendar turns to October, the main focus of many high school football teams throughout Georgia turns to the stretch drive of the regular season and jockeying for position in the state playoffs.
SNELLVILLE — Brookwood’s volleyball team swept through defending champion Parkview 25-18, 25-19, 25-23 Wednesday to win the Region 4-AAAAAAA Tournament.
Region 4-AAAAAAA champion Brookwood swept the top honors on the all-region volleyball team announced Wednesday by the league’s coaches.
Rivals Brookwood and Parkview will play for the Region 4-AAAAAAA Volleyball Tournament title after posting semifinal wins Tuesday.
COVINGTON — Explosive plays and turnovers proved to be the difference for Newton in its Region 4-AAAAAAA football opener at home against Parkview Saturday night.
DULUTH — Archer swept Duluth on Thursday to claim the Region 7-AAAAAAA softball championship for the second straight season.
DACULA — Ryley Kutter’s clutch performance powered the Wesleyan softball team to a 4-1 victory over Region 8-AAAAAA leader Dacula in a non-region matchup.
ATLANTA — After leading by just a touchdown at the half, Parkview's football team turned it on in the second half, pulling away for a 35-16 win over Tucker on Friday night at Adams Stadium.