A look at the candidates up for Fans Choice Fall Athlete of the Week, which is decided through fan voting.
Gwinnett cross country runners and teams fared well over the weekend in the Coach Wood Invitational, held at McIntosh Nature Preserve in Whitesburg.
The Brookwood Youth Cross Country and the Buford Middle girls teams won state titles Saturday in the Georgia Middle School State Cross Country Championships in Cochran.
A large number of the state’s top cross country runners and teams are headed to this week’s 18th annual Coach Wood Invitational, named in honor of former South Gwinnett and Grayson coach Rick Wood.
Archer swept the Gwinnett runner of the week honors from the county’s cross country coaches after outstanding performances at the Jefferson Invitational.
North Gwinnett’s Marianna Gazarra and Archer’s Sebasthian Rodriguez were named Gwinnett runners of the week by the county’s cross country coaches.
FAIRBURN — Hebron Christian runners Brooke Browning and Ellie Brewer both posted times below Browning’s previous school record in Saturday’s Alexander/Asics Invitational.
Discovery’s Sol Mendoza and Parkview’s Andrew Todd were named Gwinnett runners of the week by the county’s cross country coaches.
Brookwood’s Allie Wardle and Dacula’s Ben Butcher were named Gwinnett runners of the week by the county’s cross country coaches.
Hebron Christian’s Ellie Brewer and Brookwood’s Will Bray were named the Gwinnett runners of the week by the county’s cross country coaches.
Collins Hill’s Marc Petrucci and Parkview’s Abi Debebe were named Gwinnett runners of the week by the county’s cross country coaches.
The Mill Creek and Parkview cross country teams had top-five finishes over the weekend at the AT&T Starr’s Mill Panther Cross Country Meet in Fayetteville.
Hebron Christian’s Brooke Browning and Norcross’ Miguel Schlicht were named Gwinnett runners of the week by the county’s cross country coaches.
The Norcross boys and girls, as well as the Archer boys, took home team titles Saturday in the North Georgia Championships in Jefferson.
Parkview’s Emma Geaney and Wesleyan’s Mac Howie were named Gwinnett runners of the week Tuesday by the county’s cross country coaches.
WINDER — Mac Howie of Wesleyan and Brooke Browning of Hebron Christian won their races Saturday at the Wildcat Country Season Opener, highlighting a good day for Gwinnett cross country runners and teams.
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.
Athletes from Gwinnett County Public Schools can return to on-campus training June 8, the date set by the Georgia High School Association for reopening from the coronavirus pandemic break.
Georgia’s teenage athletes can resume conditioning at their high schools beginning June 8, the Georgia High School Association’s Board of Trustees confirmed in a Thursday meeting.
Gwinnett County Public Schools has announced the Outstanding Senior Athlete award-winners, recognizing the best and brightest from the 2019-20 school year.
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.
Mill Creek’s running program recently celebrated two seniors who will continue their cross country and track careers at the college level.
NORCROSS — Mariah Baltierra scored 14 points as Norcross’ girls cruised into the semifinals of the Region 7-AAAAAAA tournament with a 58-11 quarterfinals win over Meadowcreek on Tuesday afternoon at the House of Blue.
Parkview’s girls cross country program has its second college commitment in as many weeks after Kendal Sparks gave a verbal pledge to run for the University of West Georgia recently.
Parkview senior Claire Mills will continue her cross country career in college after recently giving a verbal commitment to attend and compete at the University of North Georgia in Dahlonega.
Archer senior Myles Collins, the Daily Post’s reigning boys cross country runner of the year, has committed to the Georgia Tech running program for cross country and track and field.
Eighteen Gwinnett athletes are among the early nominees for the USA Today Atlanta High School Sports Awards, which will be held May 11 at Atlanta Symphony Hall.
Archer senior Myles Collins and Hebron Christian sophomore Brooke Browning were honored Tuesday night as the Atlanta Track Club celebrated its 56th annual All-Metro Cross Country Team.
Archer senior Myles Collins was Gwinnett’s top finisher in Saturday’s Foot Locker Cross Country Championships’ South Regional at McAlpine Park in Charlotte.