Recaps of Gwinnett high school sports events from Wednesday, Nov. 20.
Duluth won its appeal with the Georgia High School Association this week, allowing the high school athletic program to switch regions for the 2020-21 and 2021-22 school years.
Parkview will host a signing celebration Wednesday to honor six baseball players and four softball players who have signed with college athletic programs. The ceremony begins at 2:30 p.m. in the high school’s cafeteria.
Buford midfielder Sydney Borgelt and Peachtree Ridge forward Kendall Hoskins are part of the Kennesaw State women’s soccer recruiting class announced by the Owls this week.
Gwinnett County's 12 remaining high school football teams are looking to continue to adjust on the fly as the Georgia High School Association's state playoffs reach the second round this Friday.
SUWANEE — Parkview’s defense caused four turnovers in Saturday’s Gwinnett Football League championship game in eighth grade Division I, but Buford’s defense was able to keep the Panthers from scoring, which guided the Wolves to a 20-0 victory at Collins Hill.
SUWANEE — Buford scored three touchdowns and picked off three passes Saturday to defeat Archer 22-13 in the Gwinnett Football League’s eighth-grade Division II finals at Collins Hill.
SUWANEE — Host Collins Hill wasted no time getting on top first Saturday in the Gwinnett Football League’s 12-year-old finals, and its defense was able to keep Grayson off the board for a 20-0 victory.
SUWANEE — The combination of a safety and free kick TD return by Duluth early in the second quarter gave the Wildcats all the points they would need Saturday, and their defense kept Parkview out of the end zone for a 21-0 win in the Gwinnett Football League’s 11-year-old finals at Collins Hill.
SUWANEE — Big plays decided the 10-year-old title Saturday at Collins Hill as Duluth National North downed Grayson American North 27-6 for the Gwinnett Football League championship.
SUWANEE — In a defensive battle, fourth-seeded Archer American North defeated top seed and previously undefeated Peachtree Ridge National South 7-0 in overtime to win the Gwinnett Football League 9-year-old championship at Collins Hill.
SUWANEE — The top two seeds, both unbeaten, squared off in the finals of the Gwinnett Football League 8-year-old finals Saturday at Collins Hill, and Grayson American North defeated Buford National North 6-0.
SUWANEE — A wild game between 6- and 7-year-old teams got the Gwinnett Football League championship games at Collins Hill off to a crazy start.
NORCROSS — As solid as a season-opening win over Duluth last week was for the Norcross boys basketball team, coach Jesse McMillan felt like there were some things missing he wanted his team to work on.
NORCROSS — It’s not uncommon for a high school basketball team to require a few weeks to truly start to develop a team chemistry, particularly when you add a few key components like Grayson’s boys have in the 2019-20 season.
LOGANVILLE — As brothers, Austin and Parker Meadows have a natural bond. Now, the pair are bound in Grayson High School baseball history.
DACULA — Dacula got more than enough firepower from Kaleb Edwards, who piled up 281 yards of total offense, and the Falcons got a strong defensive effort to smother state rushing leader Jahmyr Gibbs and Dalton 49-18 Friday night at Barron Field.
DACULA — In a lot of ways, Hayden McGee’s high school volleyball career — and more specifically, how it has progressed over the last four years — has mirrored that of her team.
Kaleb Edwards accounted for 281 yards of total offense and four total TDs as No. 1 Dacula routed Dalton 49-18 in the first round of the Class AAAAAA state football playoffs.