OAKWOOD - Edwin Mendieta wanted to do something special for his mother on her birthday Tuesday night.
Hunter Anglin is taking every opportunity he can get to be a top contributor for the Gainesville pitching staff once again.
FLOWERY BRANCH - The Flowery Branch girls soccer team made a single minute go the distance against Loganville on Friday.
FLOWERY BRANCH - One walk-off win at a time, the Flowery Branch baseball team is making a statement to the rest of Region 8-AAAAA.
OAKWOOD - Region game or not, the Johnson boys continue to play their best soccer against neighboring rival West Hall.
The Gainesville baseball team can find out a lot about itself when it opens a two-game series with Loganville at 5:55 p.m. Friday.
ATHENS - On paper, Georgia's annual spring game didn't appear to be a proving ground for the Bulldogs' younger offensive players.
FLOWERY BRANCH - Drew Miles made sure a couple of bad hops didn't come between Flowery Branch and its postseason ambitions.
Marcquel Woodard is broadening his horizons in order to try to become Gainesville High's most successful track and field athlete.
It's a fairly common situation high basketball coaches are faced with before the season begins: Key players, often starters, are absent from those crucial early practices because of commitments on the football field.
One thing is becoming certain about boys soccer in Region 7-AAA this year: A team deserving of a playoff spot is probably going to be left out.
OAKWOOD - With all eyes in Region 7-AAA baseball on Buford and North Hall, West Hall is making an attempt to sneak up and steal a playoff spot this season.
OAKWOOD - Gainesville proved to be the Hall County track and field team most capable of finding success in less-than-spectacular weather.
Speed, strength and endurance will be tested among all of Hall County's track and field athletes at a single meet this week.
The leaderboard at the Milton Martin Honda Classic didn't change much on Saturday, mainly because there weren't many golfers on the course.
Flowery Branch High didn't have to look far to find its next boys basketball coach.
COLLEGE PARK – Through 79 minutes of play, the East Hall boys soccer team had every opportunity to keep its historic playoff run alive in Thursday's Class AAA state semifinal match against Woodward Academy.
Not even the state's top-ranked baseball team is safe from a bad day at the park.
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