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Social Media Correspondent
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Sports

As part of the GPB Sports team, Grace Olson is the Social Media Correspondent, a sideline reporter, and digital content editor. She has written and produced numerous feature stories for GPB Sports and GPB's On The Story and has contributed to GPB Radio as a feature reporter.

A Georgia girl all her life, Grace attended Dunwoody High School and was a cheerleader and member of the swim team. Four years later, she completed two degrees at the University of Georgia in Digital and Broadcast Journalism and Sport Management, while working nationwide with the country's top sports networks and on-air talent for events such as the NCAA Final Four tournaments and BCS National Championship games.

She is so excited to again be a part of the experience that made her high school days so enjoyable, telling impactful stories and serving the Georgia community by helping GPB Sports showcase the talent, passion, spirit and dedication that is attached to high school sports across the wonderful state of Georgia.

Recent Blog Posts

Ty practices with the linebackers Wednesday before his team meets their rival McEachern Indians at Northcutt Stadium

Gameday Notebook: 1-on-1 With LB Ty Tomlin

Watch Marietta linebacker Ty Tomlin play football, and you'll know exactly why he's nicknamed, "The Phenom." Get to know more about that "Phenom" in my one-on-one with the Marietta senior as he...

Gameday Notebook: 1-on-1 With QB Ty Clemons

A lot is said through the leadership and playing abilities of McEachern quarterback Ty Clemons. But there's a lot more behind the face mask. My Thursday night coversation with the senior quarterback...

North Gwinnett QB Hayden Sphire hands off to RB CJ Leggett

Gameday Notebook: 1-on-1 With QB Hayden Sphire

It's that time again...time for some "Football Fridays in Georgia!" Tonight, the North Gwinnett Bulldogs meet the Norcross Blue Devils in a game that could ultimately determine the winner of Region 7...

The Buford student section rocked bright neon get-ups as they cheered their Wolves onto a Week One victory against Elbert County

Why Wait For The Playoffs?

The high school football playoffs, especially those in the South, are understatedly an exciting time of year for loyal alumni, fans, parents, students, athletes, school administration, bands,...

Young Grayson fans cheer on their Rams with a front row view.

Can You Feel That #SpiritWorthSharing?

The 2013 Corky Kell Classic has already spent a week in the books…can you believe it!? For those of you who were beyond ready to get "America's favorite game" back on the big screen, what better way...

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