Sarah Fitzsimmons is a year away from getting her learner's permit and already trailblazing.
Jenny Winter — then Jenny Hall — was part of Jan Azar's first girls basketball state championship team at Wesleyan.
“Also her favorite team,” Winter said with a grin at a gathering Sunday to acknowledge the vast contributions of Azar, her longtime assistant Demetrius Frazier and Carole Crighton, the school's athletic operations coordinator.
Meadowcreek quarterback Quincy Bonner will play college football at the FBS level after making a non-binding verbal commitment to attend the U.S. Military Academy in West Point.
It would be easy to look at Grayson’s football team and think that 2019 will be something of a step back for a program that has been among Georgia’s best for more than a decade.
Gwinnett wrestlers Justin Oldknow and Nick Stonecheck earned All-American honors at AAU Scholastic Duals with the Georgia Misfits team.
Football brought John Gillis and Dillon Bliss together at Archer, where their lockers were side-by-side, and split them up on opposite sides of the Army-Navy rivalry.
Though he was a quarterback in his playing days, Reggie Stancil has long been a believer that the key to the success often begins up front on the line of scrimmage on both sides of the ball.
The Daily Post’s Boys and Girls Golfers of the Year, Buford’s Jackson Buchanan and Mill Creek’s Tess Davenport, head up Gwinnett County’s contingent on the Georgia Coaches Association’s All-State Golf Team, which was released Friday.
Summer workouts aren’t necessarily the be all end all for a high school football team, but they can be a solid early indicator of how the upcoming season may go.
Mill Creek's Parker Wroble is one of Gwinnett County's top playmakers at wide receiver, running back, punt returner and kickoff returner.
Greater Atlanta Christian star Jasmine Jones, a two-time Daily Post athlete of the year, earned another major honor Thursday when the rising senior was named the Gatorade Georgia Girls Track and Field Athlete of the Year.
Recently graduated Norcross basketball player Isaac Martin will be continuing his career on the college level after accepting a full scholarship to play at Bentley University, a Division II program in Waltham, Mass.
High school softball’s 2019 season is still more than a month and a half away, but one Gwinnett County player is already garnering national attention.
Olivia Shaw, a rising freshman at Mill Creek, won the Pitch, Hit and Run Atlanta Braves Regional in her age division for the fifth straight year.
Greater Atlanta Christian rising senior Jackson Hardy announced his commitment Tuesday to the University of Richmond football program.
The Shiloh boys track and field team left one goal unaccomplished after the state meet, but it finished off that mission over the weekend.
As most high school basketball coaches and players will tell you, summer is not necessarily a down time for their sport, despite the regular season and playoffs taking place almost entirely in the winter.
New South Gwinnett girls soccer head coach Erwin Equihua has a long history in the game. However, he also has a history with football, having played collegiately at Morehouse as a placekicker, wrestling and other sports, and that history has helped him in his coaching career. Equihua recentl…
Michael May and his father Dicky have reunited this season on the Buford football coaching staff — Michael returning from Cherokee Bluff and Dicky coming back from retirement.
ROSWELL — Every high school football team expects a little adversity from time to time, even during offseason events like 7-on-7 passing tournaments.
ROSWELL — Different high school football teams have different goals and expectations during summer 7-on-7 tournaments, even ones with as high a profile as that of the Corky Kell Classic tournament.
Peachtree Ridge junior golfer Pari Jain has been named as one of 20 athletes statewide chosen for the Georgia High School Association’s 2019-20 Student Advisory Council.
The Georgia High School Association Spirit Sportsmanship Awards have been announced, honoring one school from each region for sportsmanship during the 2018-19 school year.
With spring practice over and full preseason preparation for the 2019 high school football campaign still more than a month away, attention for many of Gwinnett County’s teams turns to summer workouts and 7-on-7 camps and tournaments.
Georgia’s prestigious Gatorade Girls Soccer Player of the Year Award is back in a familiar place. Make that two places.
The athletic facilities on the new campus of Buford High School feature two gyms, a large weight room and two synthetic turf fields. A brand-new football stadium across the road is in the works, too.