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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

The Norcross Blue Devils hoist the 2013 Class AAAAAA state title trophy.

Picking It Back Up

In over sixty years of football at Norcross High School, two state titles have been won. Head Coach Keith Maloof and his Blue Devils squad not only made history with the 2012 6A trophy, they did it...

The Comeback Crew

Change can be difficult. It was for North Gwinnett when in 2010, Lanier High opened and split the schools. But North head Coach Bob Sphire, who's led the Bulldogs since 2006, says what might've been...

Lassiter quarterback Will Anderson throws to his receivers during Tuesday's practice

Quarterbacks Tell All

It's playoff time, folks! We've broken out the brackets and things are truly coming down to the wire as 160 teams compete tonight for a spot in the second round of the GHSA playoffs next Friday....

Flowery Branch Sr. Keaton Coker has not missed a game nor a practice since doctors discovered he had brain cancer in July 2012.

Battle-Tested

High schoolers experience challenges of all kinds. But Flowery Branch students may feel that some of the challenges they thought to be big are actually somewhat small when compared to the trials...

Harkness returned to his first full practice on Wednesday, October 29th.

Patience Pays Off

We often hear that patience is a virtue. But in a world constantly searching for quick results and immediate satisfaction, how often do we actually take this virtuous statement to heart? Patience is...

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