The Gainesville/Hall County Fellowship of Christian Athletes will host its 2012 passing camp and lineman challenge at 2 p.m. on Thursday at Johnson High.
The Gainesville High baseball program has plenty of history.
In any change to the landscape of athletic competition, there are winners and losers.
For six years, Stan Luttrell has led the Chestatee football team. In his first year as coach of the team, he took the War Eagles to the state playoffs, and, while he hasn't returned since, he's optimistic about the direction in which the program is headed.
In 2011, Jess Simpson coached one of the more talented Buford football teams in recent memory to a 14-0 start and an appearance in its fifth straight state championship game.
Three years ago, looking for an event to celebrate Father's Day with a specific focus on the kids, the Chateau Elan Golf Club held its first Dad and Junior Scramble Golf Tournament.
For the past six years, Bobbie Young has coached the Gainesville Parks and Recreation Masters contingent of the Special Olympics of Georgia.
Banks County football coach Philip Jones enjoyed plenty of success in 2011, his first season at the helm of a high school football program.
When the tennis season began, Flowery Branch coach Ginger Jackson felt like it could be a magical year.
A week ago, after resigning his position as coach of the East Hall boys basketball team to take the same position at South Gwinnett, Joe Dix said that he'd be a Viking for life.
For former Gainesville football star A.J. Johnson, the transition to the college game was fairly painless.
What is 725 pounds?
Gainesville golfer Madeline Harr's sophomore season didn't begin the way she had hoped.
For a handful of area basketball players, the season never ends.
Skyler Weber likes being under the radar.