Brookwood senior Selma Kulo announced her commitment Monday to the Western Kentucky University women’s basketball program.
Reigning county champion Hebron Christian and 16 other Gwinnett volleyball teams hope to take a step-by-step approach to the challenges posed in the upcoming GHSA state volleyball playoffs.
The Summerour Middle School girls finished fifth of 27 teams over the weekend at the Georgia Middle School State Cross Country Championships in Cochran.
WHITESBURG — Archer senior Myles Collins broke the 15-minute mark Saturday with a runner-up finish in the Coach Wood Invitational at McIntosh Nature Preserve.
HOSCHTON — Take away the big plays, and Friday night’s football game was a fairly close one. Add those in and it was a much different story.
Hebron Christian returned home in style after playing four of its first five games on the road by using a big first half to cruise past Towns County 42-20.
BUFORD — Buford’s football team is ranked No. 1 in the state, has an undefeated record and used a 31-13 victory to beat Cedar Shoals on Friday night.
Clutch defense helped No. 4 state-ranked Greater Atlanta Christian get the better of Dawson County again in with a 20-7 win in a key Region 7-AAA game.
Behind a big offensive night from J.C. French, J.D. Chipman and Micah Smith and some timley defense, Class A (Private) No. 4 state-ranked Wesleyan fended off Mount Vernon Presbyterian in a 52-30 shootout.
Friday's matchup of state-ranked Mill Creek and North Gwinnett is more interesting because it pits brother vs. brother.
No. 4 state-ranked Grayson cashed in on numerous mistakes, keyed by a big night from quarterback C.J. Dixon, for a 45-7 win over previously unbeaten Shiloh.
LAWRENCEVILLE — Locked in a close football game with Discovery, Mountain View opened up a more comfortable margin with a late first-half surge.
LILBURN — A week after winning a tight contest in its Region 7-AAAAAAA football opener with a late touchdown, Parkview got a chance to breathe Thursday against Lakeside-DeKalb.
LAWRENCEVILLE — The Central Gwinnett Black Knights used the all-around game of junior Daejon Reynolds, the bruising running of senior back Justin Wilkins and the dynamic quarterback play of Skylar Adams for a decisive 57-16 win over Berkmar on Thursday night at Tally Johnson Field.
When the Gwinnett County Public Schools’ Fall Break dates were announced, a couple of schools moved this week’s varsity football games to Thursday night. Others soon followed until only one GCPS game remained on Friday during the break — a big one.
Three former athletes were inducted recently into the Meadowcreek Mustangs Hall of Fame in conjunction with the high school’s homecoming festivities.