Going into the 2020 season, Parkview head baseball coach Chan Brown and his team were looking to be the first Class AAAAAAA team to win the state championship in three consecutive years.
Georgia’s teenage athletes can resume conditioning at their high schools beginning June 8, the Georgia High School Association’s Board of Trustees confirmed in a Thursday meeting.
Duluth and Parkview each earned the Georgia High School Association Cooperative Spirit Sportsmanship Award, presented by Georgia’s Electric Membership Cooperatives and the GHSA.
Parkview senior Nieva Gaither’s decorated high school soccer career added another honor, this one from the United Soccer Coaches organization.
Gwinnett County Public Schools has announced the Outstanding Senior Athlete award-winners, recognizing the best and brightest from the 2019-20 school year.
Parkview junior Cody Brown, one of the nation’s top running back recruits, has committed to the Tennessee Volunteers.
Georgia governor Brian Kemp’s opening of certain businesses, including gyms, did not change anything for high school athletes.
Rabun Gap-Nacoochee School announced this week that Parkview grad Joe Sturdivant has been named its new head football coach.
Mill Creek’s Jake Magahey and Parkview’s Abby McCulloh were among the big winners recognized by the Gwinnett Swim and Dive Booster Club, which announced its season-ending awards for the best in high school swimming and diving.
If the coronavirus pandemic calls off the Georgia High School Association’s spring sports season, three Gwinnett schools will finish atop the standings for the Director’s Cup, presented by the Georgia Athletic Directors Association to the state’s top athletic programs.
Six Gwinnett high school basketball players earned state player of the year honors, highlighting the local selections to the Georgia Athletic Coaches Association’s All-State Basketball Team.
The announcement Thursday that high school sporting events would throughout Gwinnett County and Georgia would be postponed until further notice as a precaution against the potential spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19) was as much a disappointment to the county’s baseball players and coaches…
The Georgia High School Association announced Thursday afternoon it has postponed the state literary competitions scheduled for March 14 and 21 because of coronavirus concerns, in addition to recommending that its member schools suspend spring sports activities until further notice.