Nine Mountain View wrestlers were recognized Thursday as National Wrestling Coaches Association High School Scholar All-Americans.
The Gwinnett Daily Post has launched a new mobile application for its dedicated high school sports site, gwinnettprepsports.com, providing another way to enjoy content involving local sports.
Wesleyan recently announced its new head boys basketball and head wrestling coaches for the 2021-22 school year.
Positive Athlete Georgia announced its 2020-21 Gwinnett County Regional winners Tuesday, and Parkview earned one of the top awards.
Friends of longtime Gwinnett high school wrestling coach Cliff Ramos recently announced The Coach Cliff Ramos Legacy 5K, planned this summer as a way to honor Ramos as well as raise funds for the Pancreatic Cancer Network.
Except for her junior season, when she sat out the bulk of the regular season after knee surgery, Dianna Holmes was a fixture in the North Gwinnett wrestling team’s lineup for dual meets.
As a member of Collins Hill’s football and wrestling teams, it is quite common for Clint Gilbert to get a bit of a late start to the season in the latter each year because of overlaps with the season of the former.
Mountain View senior Kennedy Shropshire has signed a letter of intent with the Indian Hills Community College (Iowa) women’s wrestling program, which was ranked as high as No. 3 nationally this past season.
Collins Hill’s Clint Gilbert and North Gwinnett’s Dianna Holmes earned two of the top honors on the Gwinnett Takedown Club All-County Team, selected by the county’s coaches.
Archer junior Florin Myndresku reached the 100-win mark for his high school wrestling career with his consolation finals win at the recent state tournament.
Kenny Cook was a two-time state wrestling tournament qualifier for Mountain View when an injury on the mat left him temporarily paralyzed and ruined his intentions to wrestle in college for Life University.
Each week during the winter sports season the Daily Post will honor a Fans Choice Winter Athlete of the Week based on fan voting during the week at www.gwinnettprepsports.com.
Gwinnett’s two Class AAAAAAA state wrestling champions were in different places in their careers after Saturday’s matches at the Macon Centreplex.
Celebrations were muted thanks to COVID-19 regulations at the Macon Centreplex, but it didn’t lessen the joy of the Buford wrestling team.
Lanier’s Cabe Doker capped a strong sophomore season with a runner-up finish Friday night in the Class AAAAAA Traditional state wrestling tournament in Macon.
Two of Gwinnett County’s top girls wrestlers closed their high school careers with state championships Thursday night in Macon.
Greater Atlanta Christian’s Tyler Garrett and Nate Mixon had top-four finishes Thursday night in the Georgia High School Association’s state wrestling championships in Macon.
MACON — Four wrestlers with top-four finishes helped Wesleyan to fifth in Class A state championship meet Wednesday night.
LAWRENCEVILLE — Mountain View’s wrestling team posted two victories Saturday, and advanced to the Elite Eight of the Class AAAAAAA Duals state tournament.
LAWRENCEVILLE — Archer’s wrestling team posted two victories Saturday, and advanced to the Elite Eight of the Class AAAAAAA Duals state tournament.
HARLEM — Greater Atlanta Christian’s wrestling team advanced to the Elight Eight of the Class AAA Duals state tournament with a pair of victories Saturday.
With the system transitioning to digital learning next week, Gwinnett County Public Schools enacted a new plan Friday morning for attendance at its athletic events.