BUFORD - The Buford girls' basketball team is back in a familiar place.
It took eight minutes for North Hall's boys soccer team to turn a tight game into a comfortable lead.
Michael Gettys looked like he was in mid-season form on Friday night in the Gainesville baseball team's season opener.
BUFORD - The Buford boys' basketball team didn't panic. Instead, the Wolves stayed focused on the game plan and methodically worked their way out of a double-digit deficit and into the state semifinals.
BUFORD - Defense wins championships. A good offense doesn't hurt either.
BUFORD - Allen Whitehart's message to his Buford boys basketball team before Tuesday night's second-round matchup against Blessed Trinity was simple.
BUFORD - Chip Ness tried to do a bit too much in the opening round of his Class AAA traditional wrestling championship match against Towers High's Derival Stevenson. Luckily, it didn't cost him.
Jeff Steele doesn't see many weaknesses in his Johnson boys' basketball team this season. That might be why the Knights have plenty of confidence heading into Saturday night's Class AAAA first-round matchup against Stone Mountain.
Buford's Chip Ness is knocking on the door of a special fraternity heading into this weekend's Class AAA traditional wrestling state championships.
BUFORD- The best basketball in Region 7-AAA is played just inside Gwinnett County.
After missing out on the state playoffs a season ago, the North Hall girls basketball team is heading back to a place it expects to be come late February.
Jenny Edwards said that sometimes when things don't go well for the East Hall girls basketball team, the Lady Vikings have a tendency to give up.
In a potential precursor to the Region 7-AAA championship game, the Buford girls' basketball team showed the rest of the region what to expect in next week's region tournament.
Paul Powers is well aware that he still has a lot of competitive swimming ahead of him in his life. He has a four-year career at the University of Michigan, national championships, world championships and, potentially, the Olympics to look forward to in the coming years.
Hunter Atkinson always wanted to be a Georgia Bulldog. But when the time came for the West Hall tight end to decide on his college football playing future, the Bulldogs didn't have a spot for him.
Georgia Tech football fans will get their final look of the spring tonight when the Yellow Jackets close out drills with their spring game inside Bobby Dodd Stadium in Atlanta. The split-squad game is slated for 7 p.m. and is being tabbed as "Friday Night on The Flats."
FLOWERY BRANCH - Nine months pregnant and expecting any day, Gainesville girls tennis coach Kellie Smith stood and watched as the Lady Red Elephants presented her with an early baby present - a second straight region championship.
North Hall's team motto this season is "find a way." It's a simple three-word saying meant to motivate the players to win on any given night, regardless of the obstacles that stand in the way.
The Georgia football team will hold its annual G-Day Game today inside Sanford Stadium in Athens.
While there were about 30 Major League Baseball scouts huddled behind home plate to get a look at White County pitcher Spencer Adams, it was West Hall pitcher Zach English who managed to steal the show Wednesday night.
After losing the top three pitchers from last season's state runner-up team, the North Hall Trojans seem to have found a new ace for their pitching staff.
OAKWOOD - After earning a lopsided win over Fannin County on Friday night, a few West Hall baseball players stood in the corner of the home dugout holding a rolled up 2003 playoff banner, a symbolic reminder of the Spartans' last trip to the postseason.
BUFORD - All was well for the reigning state champion Buford Wolves on Friday night.
For Flowery Branch, tonight's game at second-ranked Northside-Warner Robins is more than a season opener.
OAKWOOD - This year, the Battle of Oakwood went to the Spartans of West Hall.
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