From those summer team meetings, North Hall's Corben Davis could tell something special was brewing with the football program.
Being the eternal optimist, West Hall football coach Tony Lotti never wavered in his team's ability to rebound from where it sat at 2-5, with only three games left in the schedule.
The playoff scenarios for some area teams this week are so confusing that it could get in the way of playing football on the final night of the regular season Friday.
Nothing brings Baylee Sexton a spike in her adrenaline like the yearly trip she's made to play with the Buford High softball program for the state tournament.
Markese Jackson has made amazing catches and picked up crucial yards carrying the ball this year as a first-year player for East Hall (3-4, 3-1 Region 7-AAA).
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Emily House is part of an elite group of people who have qualified for a national championship in two different sports.
Coaching high school football has made mastery of time management a must.
Delaying the start of his professional baseball career is a decision which Jonathan Hughes is completely comfortable with.
Hunter Mallard is talented and blessed - two great things going for the rising star in the pole vault from Gainesville High.
Harper Seymour had a habit of saving her best for last.
Hunter Mallard is spending the month preparing for a shot at a national championship.
Local representation at the Pan American Games is just another feather in the cap for the athletes the Lanier Canoe & Kayak Club produces.
Ty McCormack knows his experience next month in South Korea will be like an official transition from college running greatness to his work as a business professional.
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Johnson High's Sam Corbett said he wasn't feeling unsettling nerves, even though the freshman was lining up at quarterback in the season opener ...
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