Recaps from Gwinnett County high school sports events from Monday, Feb. 18.
Gwinnett County Public Schools’ Office of Athletics, Student Activities and Community Schools will host its Athlete/Parent Informational Night on Wednesday at Peachtree Ridge High School’s theater.
Parkview’s Jonathan French, a member of the Daily Post’s 2019 Super Six Baseball, is relishing moving back behind the plate full-time as a catcher after splitting time in the outfield a year ago.
Parkview’s baseball program will retire the jersey number of former standout Matt Olson, now a first baseman for the Oakland A’s, during a Thursday ceremony.
Gwinnett’s Parkview and Buford among just three Georgia teams in the 2019 preseason national high school baseball rankings released by Perfect Game.
Mountain View head baseball coach Jason Johnson has met a lot of baseball men in his years coaching in Gwinnett County. He met even more during his days in college and Minor League Baseball.
Gwinnett County Public Schools’ Athletic and Activities Department will host its free Booster Essentials Program at two locations in the near future.
Justin Bogard, a left-handed pitcher and outfielder from Grayson, and twin brothers Andrew and Andreaus Lewis, who respectively make up one of South Gwinnett’s pitching-catching batteries, are three of Georgia’s 14 representatives.
Gwinnett County will be represented well at the Atlanta 400 Baseball Fan Club’s 53rd annual winter banquet and fundraiser next month.
Norcross Sports Training Academy will host its Customer Appreciation Day on Saturday from noon to 2 p.m.
On June 5, Matt and Patrick Klug were leaving the Positive Athlete Award ceremony. Matt Klug, who had just graduated from Brookwood, was the region’s baseball recipient and his older brother saw it as a pivotal moment.
Red Stitches Baseball will host a clinic Dec. 8 in Duluth with Brookwood grad and Miami Marlins prospect Will Banfield.
Mountain View's Garrett Spikes is a University of Georgia commitment in baseball, a state placer in wrestling and a key player on the Bears' football team — in addition to sporting a 4.0 GPA.
Mountain View junior Garrett Spikes, a three-sport standout for the Bears, has made a commitment to the University of Georgia baseball program.
The LaGrange College baseball program has signed Corey Farrow, a 2018 South Gwinnett grad. He is the seventh member of this year’s South senior class to sign with a college baseball program.
Collins Hill rising senior infielder Nasim Nunez has been selected to play in the 2018 Perfect Game All-American Classic baseball showcase next month in San Diego.
Alek Boychuk of Mill Creek and Josh Shuler of North Gwinnett were named to the 42-man, 17-and-under USA Baseball National Team Development Program roster on Tuesday following the conclusion of team championships in Arizona and Florida.
The summer before Nasim Nunez’s senior year has been pack with long bus rides and hours spent on baseball diamonds around the country as he competes with his peers. The Collins Hill senior isn’t just competing for runs and outs this summer. He’s competing for attention and eyeballs.
The list of 43 players includes Parkview Catcher Jonathan French and Collins Hill infielder and pitcher Nasim Nunez.
North Gwinnett Class of 2020 baseball player Corey Collins announced Friday he will continue his baseball career at the University of Georgia.
South Gwinnett’s Isaiah Fleming has signed with the West Georgia Tech baseball program, giving the Comets six college signees from the Class of 2018.
Led by a trio of girls state championships, including a thrilling track and field title last month, Wesleyan won the Director’s Cup in Class A for the second straight year.
Since they were 12, Parkview’s Robert Bennett and Mill Creek’s Davis Sharpe have grown accustomed to being in the same dugout and on the same baseball field.
Brookwood catcher Will Banfield’s hitting ability, and his elite defensive ability, led to a brilliant high school career and an opportunity in pro baseball with the Florida Marlins.
Brookwood pitcher Alex Flood was named to the roster for Junior Team Georgia, which competes this week in the prestigious Sunbelt Classic in Oklahoma.
Inspired by Matt Klug’s unflagging positivity in the face of staggering heartache, the Chicago White Sox used their 38th-round draft pick on the Brookwood senior Wednesday.