Recaps from Gwinnett County high school sports events from Monday, Feb. 18.
Greater Atlanta Christian tennis director Scott Hutchinson was given the state’s United States Tennis Association Tennis Director of the Year Award earlier this month.
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.
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.
Brookwood junior Thomas Montroy took a big step by joining Brookwood boys tennis this spring, and his 12-4 record, including Brookwood’s tournament play, helped lead the Broncos to a region championship and a second-round state playoff finish.
North Gwinnett’s girls nearly fought their way out of early holes in several individual matches in their Class AAAAAAA state semifinal match against Lambert, but having expend that much energy took its toll on the Bulldogs.
GUYTON — The Buford girls tennis team reached the state semifinals for the third time in four years Monday with a 3-1 victory at South Effingham in the Class AAAAA quarterfinals.
LOGANVILLE – Grayson's Justin Bogard scored from second base in the bottom of the seventh inning to lift the Rams to a 3-2 win over Rockdale on Wednesday in Region 8-AAAAAAA baseball.
For the second straight year in the Region 6-AAAAAAA Tournament finals, North Gwinnett won two boys singles matches for a quick 2-0 lead over rival Peachtree Ridge. But this time the Bulldogs finished the victory quickly and cleanly.
The Grayson boys and girls tennis teams both left the Region 8-AAAAAAA tournament at the Rockdale Tennis Center with the same seeding as they came in with.
North Gwinnett’s senior girls tennis players finished their high school careers on a run of four straight region championships. Their coach did, too.