Buford starting defensive tackle Matthew Alexander pledged his commitment to the University of Central Florida Wednesday night.
After spending the first three years of his college career kicking for Georgia Tech, former Mill Creek standout Brenton King is starting fresh.
Former Parkview standout Mauri Miller will continue his baseball career at Brewton-Parker College, he announced Tuesday.
The Georgia Tech football program landed a commitment Wednesday from the Daily Post’s reigning Offensive Player of the Year.
North Gwinnett pitcher Brandt Pancer experienced disappointment when his senior season was cut short by COVID-19, but his longtime commitment to Stanford University’s baseball program continues to fuel his fire.
Peachtree Ridge basketball's Brandon Avant announced his plans to sign with South Georgia Tech via Twitter Sunday night.
Jasmine Jones, a 2020 Greater Atlanta Christian graduate, was named Thursday as the 2019-20 Gatorade Georgia Girls Track and Field Athlete of the Year.
Two Gwinnett County students were selected as Positive Athlete Georgia statewide award-winners for the 2019-20 school year.
While the addition of a shot clock in basketball was big news from the Georgia High School Association’s Executive Committee meeting Tuesday, it also was a big day for changes in cross country and track and field.
Recent Providence Christian graduate Bailey Moody received the Courage Award during the USA Today Atlanta High School Sports Awards, held last Friday.
The tall forward in the Parkview boys soccer team’s attack the past few seasons sported a considerable resemblance to the equally tall head coach roaming the sidelines.
The Heyward Performance Center, slated to open before the 2020-21 school year begins, was approved as the facility’s name Thursday night by the Gwinnett County Public Schools’ Board of Education.
Pari Jain, a golfer at Peachtree Ridge, has been selected as one of 18 athletes statewide for the Georgia High School Association’s 2020-21 Student Advisory Council, which works with the organization on high school athletics issues.
Three of the Georgia College women’s basketball program’s four signees, announced Monday by the school, are from Gwinnett County.
Brookwood’s girls track and field program has six all-time state championships, and the Broncos felt like a seventh was a distinct possibility this spring. It would have been their first since 1994.
Donovan Morris, a 2020 Collins Hill grad, announced his commitment Friday to the Riverland Community College (Minn.) men’s basketball program.
Carly Fahey, a rising senior at Hebron Christian, committed Friday to the University of North Carolina-Asheville women’s basketball program.
Former Norcross two-sport star Baron Radcliff, who later took his talents to the baseball diamond at Georgia Tech, was drafted 146th overall in the fifth round Thursday night by the Philadelphia Phillies.
After spending two years at Virginia Tech, former Greater Atlanta Christian standout Carson Taylor was drafted in the fourth round, 130th overall, in the 2020 MLB draft by the Los Angeles Dodgers Thursday night.
Ryan Sutton is no stranger to success during his 12-year run at Peachtree Ridge as the school's head boys soccer coach.
Former Providence Christian head coach Ken Robinson is on the move once again after accepting a position to become the assistant head of upper school at Lipscomb University.