Collier Scott's blistering 10th-inning single woke up a stagnant Gainesville bench Monday at the Hog Mountain Sports Complex. Tied with Flowery Branch in the top half of the inning, Scott roped a ball that hit off the first baseman's glove for the Falcons, plating two runs and making an 8-4 win possible with the three extra innings.
Strictly on the basis of travel, Lakeview Academy fared best among the local programs remaining with the potential of two games for both programs in the Class A private school basketball quarterfinals at Kennesaw State University.
Ava Alabiso will forever be grateful for the opportunity to compete in fencing for four years at Flowery Branch High. An activity which emphasizes mental strategy, bravery and where good coordination comes in handy, she plans to keep going in the sport for years to come.
During Sunday's Miami Half Marathon, Ty McCormack was forced to make a strategic decision he's never encountered in his many years of elite distance running. About eight miles into the race, the North Hall High graduate and Olympic Trials qualifier, noticed his shoelace was untied.
After a 29-8 record and state runner-up finish in Class AAAAA last season, the Gainesville High baseball program took home four awards for its accomplishments during the Georgia Dugout Club's meeting on Friday in Marietta.
Even though Gainesville High's Chandler Staton came up just a bit short on a very long game-winning field goal attempt for the West squad, he likely did plenty in Saturday's Fellowship of Christian Athletes East-West Football Classic to bolster his college prospects as National Signing Day nears.
December 20, 2015|
|All prep football news
While the quality of high school basketball in Hall County never wanes, the parity among the 2015 Lanierland Tournament may be as strong as ever. Among the 16 programs and eight schools in this year's county-exclusive tournament, 10 currently maintain a winning record.
Gainesville High graduate Deshaun Watson is one step closer to making his Heisman Trophy dreams a reality. On Monday, the quarterback for No. 1 Clemson (13-0) was named one of three finalists headed New York City for Saturday's presentation of the Heisman Trophy, the biggest individual accolade a college football player can garner.
December 07, 2015|
|Staff sports picks