Duluth’s swimming and diving teams posted victories last weekend in a meet with Dacula.
With high school sports shifting from outdoors to gyms and indoor aquatic centers, Gwinnett County Public Schools released Wednesday its guidance for schools to provide a safe environment during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Duluth boys and Norcross girls won the divisions of a season-opening swimming and diving meet between the two schools over the weekend.
Both North Gwinnett swimming and diving teams, as well as eight individuals, were honored recently by the National Interscholastic Swim Coaches Association.
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.
Mill Creek’s Jake Magahey and Parkview’s Abby McCulloh were among the big winners recognized by the Gwinnett Swim and Dive Booster Club, which announced its season-ending awards for the best in high school swimming and diving.
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.
SwimAtlanta and Baylor Stanton of Gwinnett Aquatics had memorable performances at the recent Georgia Swimming 14-and-under Short Course State Championships at Georgia Tech.
Mill Creek’s 400-yard freestyle relay trailed North Gwinnett by half a pool when Jake Magahey dove in for the final swim of his last Gwinnett County high school championship meet.
Mill Creek senior Abigail Tashlein has made a commitment to the Northern Arizona University swimming program. She will be honored with a signing ceremony Thursday at 2:30 p.m. in the Hawks’ media center.
ATLANTA — The Brookwood girls gave deep Lassiter a run for its money, but knew going into the final event their two-year reign at the top was coming to an end.
ATLANTA — North Gwinnett's boys swimming and diving team unseated four-time defending champion Brookwood and did it without a single individual winner. In fact, the Bulldogs didn't place anyone in the top three.
ATLANTA — The Wesleyan boys and Greater Atlanta Christian girls both finished as runners-up at the Class 1-3A swimming championships Saturday at Georgia Tech.
Gwinnett County swimming titles, even for high schools that win them often, are exciting. For Berkmar, the buzz was at another level two weeks ago.
For the past four years, many of the nation’s top swimmers have chased Jake Magahey, typically to no avail.