HOSCHTON — Mill Creek’s volleyball team defeated recently crowned Gwinnett County champion North Gwinnett on Tuesday, taking over first place in Region 8-AAAAAAA.
Discovery’s Sol Mendoza and Parkview’s Andrew Todd were named Gwinnett runners of the week by the county’s cross country coaches.
SUWANEE — North Gwinnett’s volleyball team won both of its matches Thursday in pool play for the Gwinnett County Championships.
After the Thursday rain showers pass, the Grayson Ram Classic plans to feature a number of top high school softball matchups Friday and Saturday.
LILBURN — Cody Brown and Tyler Curtis combined to rush for 379 yards and the Parkview football team rolled to a 33-16 win over Mountain View on Friday at the Big Orange Jungle.
SUWANEE — Simone Leonard’s hit in the bottom of the 11th inning brought home the winning run in the North Gwinnett softball team’s 5-4 win over Archer on Thursday.
DACULA — Anna Beth Stokes reached the 1,000-assist mark for her career Thursday night in the Dacula volleyball team’s sweep of White County and North Oconee.
Collins Hill’s Marc Petrucci and Parkview’s Abi Debebe were named Gwinnett runners of the week by the county’s cross country coaches.
The Mill Creek and Parkview cross country teams had top-five finishes over the weekend at the AT&T Starr’s Mill Panther Cross Country Meet in Fayetteville.
Participating in the Corky Kell Classic is exciting enough, but this week’s appearance will be slightly more special for three local high school football teams.
Corky Kell Classic organizers tried to find an opponent to replace Mill Creek in the annual high school football showcase, but they weren’t able to find one on short notice.
Family and friends have launched a GoFundMe campaign for former Parkview wrestling star Brent Shiver, who is battling an aggressive cancer.
Parkview’s Emma Geaney and Wesleyan’s Mac Howie were named Gwinnett runners of the week Tuesday by the county’s cross country coaches.
When Gwinnett high school football games begin Sept. 3, local stadiums will operate at a maximum of 30% capacity because of the COVID-19 pandemic, Gwinnett County Public Schools confirmed Monday.
WINDER — Mac Howie of Wesleyan and Brooke Browning of Hebron Christian won their races Saturday at the Wildcat Country Season Opener, highlighting a good day for Gwinnett cross country runners and teams.