February means championship season for winter sports across the state of Georgia, and action is heating up on the mats as the 2011 GHSA Traditional Wrestling State Championships take place at the Arena at Gwinnett this weekend to decide the individual and team championships.
The top boys basketball regular season concluded over the weekend. For top ranked teams in the AJC’s weekly poll, the games were much like a continuation of the pre-game lay-up drills. All of the top three teams in each classification retained their ranking from week six.
Continuing its strong tradition of broadcasting high school sports championship events, Georgia Public Broadcasting (GPB Media) will televise the GHSA Traditional Wrestling Championship live from 4 -7 PM on Saturday, February 19 from Gwinnett Center.
It’s midway through February and, when it comes to high school sports in Georgia, that means the winter sports are drawing to a close. It all starts with swimming and diving, as the state championships take place at the Georgia Tech Aquatic Center this weekend.
In this week's list of the top 44 seniors in Georgia high school basketball, two changes reflect teams that are surging and others that are not. Derrick Henry of Newton enters the list, while Ryon Riggins of North Gwinnett was left out.
Tonight’s “Two for Tuesday” webcast on GPB.org features a rivalry matchup between schools from Region 6A-AA when the boys and girls teams of the Buford Wolves travel to clash against the Greater Atlanta Christian Spartans.
As the clock on the high school basketball regular season ticks down to double-zero, the top boys teams are gaining momentum. Milton, the AJC’s top-ranked team in Class 5A, won twice last week in region games by a gaudy average of 51 points.
The craziness in Georgia girls basketball is settling down, just as region and state tournaments are about to commence. Last week, we saw three new teams ascend to the top spot of the AJC’s weekly poll. This week, all five of the No. 1’s remain in the pole position.