Photos of Lanier’s Class of 2020 spring sports athletes, who had their seasons cut short by the coronavirus pandemic.
Photos of Providence Christian’s Class of 2020 spring sports athletes, who had their seasons cut short by the coronavirus pandemic. (Photos: Katie Moody Photos)
High school seniors nationwide have lamented the loss of events like prom and graduation ceremonies. Nick Stonecheck found out this week he lost something even bigger.
The Georgia High School Association made the expected official Thursday, canceling all sports and activities for the 2019-20 school year.
Photos of Wesleyan's Class of 2020 spring sports athletes, who had their seasons cut short by the coronavirus pandemic. (Photos: Brian Morgan)
Archer’s Emily Flynt and Mill Creek’s Savannah Cornell were selected as finalists for the 13th annual Vincent J. Dooley Scholarships, presented by Athletes for a Better World and the Georgia High School Association.
Grayson boys basketball coach Geoffrey Pierce had a date lined up to watch the 2015-16 Couch Middle School boys play, but he moved it up at the suggestion of one of his high school team’s parents.
It has been more than two weeks since the NBA suspended its regular season due to the coronavirus outbreak. Since then, other major sporting leagues like the MLB and MLS have also postponed their games until further notice.
The Atlanta Tipoff Club recognized the best in high school basketball Thursday with the release of its season-ending awards.
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.
One of Gwinnett County’s, and Georgia’s, top junior quarterbacks has made his college choice, and it will take him to the Southeastern Conference.
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.
Everyone involved in a high school spring sport — from players and coaches to parents and fans — remains in a holding pattern nearly a week after Georgia’s high school athletics came to a halt as a precaution against the spread of the coronavirus.
SwimAtlanta and Baylor Stanton of Gwinnett Aquatics had memorable performances at the recent Georgia Swimming 14-and-under Short Course State Championships at Georgia Tech.
Mill Creek’s 400-yard freestyle relay trailed North Gwinnett by half a pool when Jake Magahey dove in for the final swim of his last Gwinnett County high school championship meet.
There was no doubt that the decision by most Georgia school systems, including Gwinnett County, and private schools to shut down as a precaution against the spread of the COVID-19 virus, combined with the Georgia High School Association’s recommendation to suspend athletic activities for at …
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.