Mill Creek’s girls soccer team fought through the rain and frigid conditions Tuesday night for a 5-0 victory at West Forsyth.
Greater Atlanta Christian senior standout Jack Jacquet has been immersed in soccer from an early age through his father Thom, the Spartans' head boys soccer coach since 1992.
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.
Hebron Christian celebrated three seniors, two soccer players and one football player, on Wednesday after they signed with college athletic programs.
No matter which mathematical equation is used, Peachtree Ridge forward James Williams has seen his production jump throughout his career on the soccer pitch.
Gwinnett County Public Schools’ Athletic and Activities Department will host its free Booster Essentials Program at two locations in the near future.
Parkview’s Mark Leviton was honored over the weekend with the United Soccer Coaches’ National Assistant Coach of the Year Award.
Wesleyan’s 2019 Circle of honor — Chris Duvall, Katie Ferking, Holli Wilkins and Bob Worthington — were inducted during last Friday’s basketball home game.
A diving accident in 1989 altered the course of his Steve Sharpnack’s life, but it didn’t let it hold him back.
Goalkeeper Maggie Leland, a junior at Buford, made a commitment this week to the East Carolina University women’s soccer program.
Daily Post Girls Soccer Player of the Year Nieva Gaither earned a major honor Monday for her record-breaking sophomore season at Parkview.
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.
In addition to GSA, four other Atlanta-area soccer clubs — Southern Soccer Academy and United Futbol Academy, Concorde Fire and NASA TopHat — that will participate in the new league.
Sophomore Nieva Gaither delivered one of the best offensive seasons in Parkview history, powering the program to its ninth state championship, and first since 2013.
If the 2018 high school soccer season was Dalton Seckinger’s last representing a school, he is content with how it finished.
Sara Halilhodzic’s post-match face was a good indicator of how Tuesday night’s Class AAAAAAA girls soccer semifinal went.
As his teammates rushed towards him with joy, Peachtree Ridge goalkeeper Paarth Desai pumped his fists, ripped his gloves off and stretched his arms wide, waiting for the embrace of victory.
Campbell earned its first state boys soccer semifinal berth in school history with a 5-1 victory over South Gwinnett in a Class AAAAAAA quarterfinal game Saturday at Richard McDaniel Stadium.
It was a round later and went beyond five rounds in penalty kicks, but the end result was the same. Walton knocked the Peachtree Ridge girls out of the Class AAAAAAA soccer playoffs with a 2-1 victory Friday in Suwanee.