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.
Grayson senior Jazmin Robinson has college options in two sports, but plans to attend the U.S. Naval Academy as a track and field athlete. She also excels in basketball for the Rams.
Daily Post Super Six Track and Field athlete Elsie Igberaese of Dacula plans to leave no room for doubt in her quest for a state championship sweep in the throwing events this spring.
Parkview’s track and field program had two top placers, and Archer’s Myles Collins finished high in both distance races over the weekend at the 150-team Last Chance Invitational in Alabama.
Gwinnett County Public Schools’ Athletic and Activities Department will host its free Booster Essentials Program at two locations in the near future.
Wesleyan’s 2019 Circle of honor — Chris Duvall, Katie Ferking, Holli Wilkins and Bob Worthington — were inducted during last Friday’s basketball home game.
Archer senior Kyleeyah Whitehead announced her commitment this week to the Western Kentucky University women’s track and field program.
Buford sisters Alexa and Avian Rossum announced their college decisions last week, both choosing top track and field programs.
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.
Archer High School is hosting a speed clinic featuring Olympic goal medalist and former 100-meter world record holder Maurice Greene.
A proposal to include the 3,200-meter relay in the boys and girls region, sectional and state meets was voted down at a meeting of the GHSA’s Executive Committee on Monday.
Around Greater Atlanta Christian, cross country and track coach Brad Kinser is famous for his ability to tell a tale. Kinser is infamous for his practical jokes.
Gwinnett County native Aiden Opore placed first in the 200-meter dash in the 8U division at the USATF Hershey National Junior Olympic Championships in Greensboro, N.C., on Saturday.
Naysa Brewer, an 8-year-old from Buford, repeated as state shot put champion last month in the USA Track and Field Georgia Association Championships in Carrollton, then qualified for the upcoming USATF Junior Olympics, which are held in Greensboro, N.C.
Three members of Parkview’s boys track and field team have qualified for the USA Track and Field Junior Olympics with their performances during recent qualifying meets.
After injuries took their toll over the past two years, Brookwood runner Elizabeth Saliba is looking forward to a healthy start at Washington University in St. Louis.
Tatum DeGoey’s college plans coalesced in a matter of days in May. Right before she graduated from Buford. Her evolution from a do-it-all student and athlete to Pepperdine signee was nearly as meteoric.
The Parkview Express repeated its Swedish Relay championship over the weekend at New Balance High School Outdoor Nationals in Greensboro, N.C., highlighting another strong showing for Gwinnett athletes at the annual meet.
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.
Kimberly Harris has balanced track and field with soccer for several years, but the field part didn’t always apply to the Buford phenom.
Jasmine Jones set Class AAA records defending her state titles in the 100 and 300 hurdles, was runner-up in the long jump and helped Greater Atlanta Christian’s 400-meter relay to a win. All with a hurting hamstring.
Parkview’s Justin Long and Buford’s Kimberly Harris received top awards from the Atlanta Track Club at its annual All-Metro Track and Field Banquet on Wednesday.
Parkview senior Justin Long won the 200- and 400-meter state championships, anchored a first-place relay and led hte Panthers to the team title this season.
Parkview’s Brian Hauch had an impressive junior season in the pole vault, setting the Class AAAAAAA state record for the state champion Panthers.
Parkview’s Matt Henson has been named the U.S. Track and Field and Cross Country Coaches Association’s Georgia men’s high school coach of the year.
Gwinnett County athletes made up a large portion of the Atlanta Track Club’s Powerade All-Metro Track and Field Team, which was released Wednesday.
Gwinnett County’s top athletes contributed 26 state championships in individual events and three overall team championships at last weekend’s state track and field meets in Rome, Carrollton and Albany.
Saturday, the Monroe girls track and field team made the most important podium visit of the weekend to accept the first-place Class 3A trophy in the GHSA Track and Field Championships.