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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

A candlelit ceremony quieted thousands present for the memorial of Philip Lutzenkirchen, who passed away on June 29, 2014.

Gave It All He Had: A Tribute To Philip Lutzenkirchen

June 29th, 2014. According to calendars, this day, Sunday, June 29th, would begin a week of quiet and stillness at Lassiter High School. Conversation and coaching would cease, the halls would quiet,...

GPB Sports interviews Cooper as North Gwinnett takes on Camden County at the Georgia Dome on August, 2013.

An Attitude To Remember

This past weekend was a somber one for the North Gwinnett Bulldogs, as a special member of their community and proud supporter of the football team passed away. Cooper O'Brien, who fought a long...

Running On Wheels

Written By: GPB Sports Intern Savannah Pratt Running 6.2 miles in the AJC Peachtree Road Race seems hard enough. So can you imagine doing it in a wheelchair? Over thirty years ago, Shepherd Spinal...

GHSA Executive Director Ralph Swearngin Says Goodbye

It’s Tuesday, July 1st: the start of a new day, a new month and for the GHSA, a new leader at the helm. After twenty-four total years serving on the Georgia High School Association staff, twenty-one...

Colquitt County Freshman Football: Changes On The Horizon

Written By: GPB Sports Intern Katie Wilson From a young age, aspiring football players dream of playing for their varsity football team. The glory of Friday night games, the excitement of huge crowds...

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