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.
Gwinnett County Public Schools’ Athletic and Activities Department will host its free Booster Essentials Program at two locations in the near future.
Peachtree Ridge’s Chase Condra and Mountain View’s Chloe Hetherington swept the top honors at the recent Gwinnett County cross country season-ending banquet, hosted at Meadowcreek.
Mountain View senior Chloe Hetherington, a Georgia Tech signee, won Gwinnett County and Area 4-AAAAAAA championships this season.
A stellar 2018 campaign made Peachtree Ridge senior Chase Condra the Daily Post’s Runner of the Year for the third straight cross country season.
Mill Creek’s Kelsey Powell and Shiloh’s Robert Cranston were named Gwinnett runners of the week by the county’s cross country coaches.
A question-and-answer session with North Gwinnett grad Jessica Ursprung, the head boys and girls cross country coach at Discovery, where she also coaches track and field.
Mountain View junior Madison Watts gives the Bears girls cross country some potential to look forward to next year when she took the podium after the 10th-place finish at the GHSA 2018 Class AAAAAAA State Cross Country meet on Saturday at Carrollton High School.
Wesleyan’s cross country squads, competed, dug in when it hurt and finished in the final mile, according to head coach Chad McDaniel. That spirit on Friday at Carrollton High School lifted the Wesleyan boys cross country team to a state championship and helped the girls team to a second-place finish, one point in front of Landmark Christian in third place.
There’s some scoreboard watching to be done on Friday and Saturday’s state cross country championships in Carrolton, particularly for Gwinnett County’s schools competing in Class A.
Dacula’s Andi Wells won the Region 8-AAAAAA cross country championship last week at Bramlett Elementary, helping her team to a runner-up finish.
Buford’s Bayley Hunter and Jordan Sullivan, as well as Dacula’s Andi Wells, were named Gwinnett runners of the week Monday by the county’s cross country coaches.
Hebron Christian freshman Brooke Browning won the Area 2 title Thursday, while the host Wesleyan boys and girls also won championships.
Discovery’s Sol Mendoza and Grayson’s Ty Freeman were named Gwinnett runners of the week Monday by the county’s cross country coaches.
Mill Creek’s girls and Brookwood’s boys won the team championships, while Peachtree Ridge’s Chase Condra and Mountain View’s Chloe Hetherington won individually at the Area 4-AAAAAAA cross country meet.
“Shoeless” Chris Cherono keeps calm to lead Grayson boys to victory, while Archer’s girls also takes their team title at the Area 1-AAAAAAA cross country championship meet.
Mountain View’s Chloe Hetherington continued her stellar season with a seventh-place overall finish at the Coach Wood Invitational, hosted by Mill Creek High School on Saturday in Whitesburg.
The 16th annual Coach Wood Invitational has a new venue much farther away from its typical home base, but just as much involvement from Gwinnett County cross country programs.
Top finishes by three Archer runners highlighted Gwinnett’s performance over the weekend at the Alexander/Asics Invitational cross country meet.
Brothers Gabriel and Miguel Schlicht have brought plenty of talent and family tradition to Norcross’ boys cross country program.
Parkview’s Tristan Autry and Archer’s Kelly Connerley were named Gwinnett runners of the week by the county’s cross country coaches.
Mill Creek’s Brian Pelland and Brookwood’s Hannah Gatland were named Gwinnett runners of the week by the county’s cross country coaches.
The Brookwood boys and girls cross country teams swept the championships over the weekend at the Darlington Cross Country Festival.
Grayson’s Chris Cherono and Archer’s Sarah McCartney were named Gwinnett runners of the week by the county’s cross country coaches.