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North Gwinnett Overcomes Tough Early Schedule, Rises to No. 2

Coming off of a successful 2009 season, Bob Sphire’s North Gwinnett Bulldogs entered 2010 facing a massive challenge. A ton of experience graduated after last year’s third-round playoff appearance, their second consecutive year making the quarterfinals.

The Score 44 Presented by Sonic

Brookwood's A.J. Sims, Peachtree Ridge's Angelo Watley and Duluth's Xavier Walker enter the 44 in this week's rankings of the state's top seniors. Tyler Hunter of Lowndes fell out of the 44 ue to injury as did Marquis Roberts of McEachern and South Gwinnett's Edward Muldrow. Kell's Brian Randolph and North Gwinnett's CJ Uzomah cemented their status in the 44 with outstanding performances.

The GHSF Daily/AJC Week 3 Rankings

Camden Co., North Gwinnett represent state against nationally ranked opponents

McEachern Edges Perennial Power Lowndes During Memorable Evening

Indians honor fallen star, then upset Vikings.

Friday Night Roundup

Buford vs Carver-Columbus highlights summaries of 12 games from Friday night.

College Football Openers On Saturday

The college football season starts in earnest Saturday. The day includes openers for the Georgia Bulldogs, hosting Louisiana-Lafayette in Athens. Georgia Tech’s Yellow Jackets are home in Atlanta hosting South Carolina State. And Georgia Southern is in Statesboro to face Savannah State.

Grandson of famed civil rights activist leads Westminster

Star running back has one goal his senior season

This Weekend's Games to Watch: Week 2

Non-region and interstate games highlight weekend action

Georgia State Kicks-Off Its Football Program

The Georgia State Panthers took the field for their first-ever football game on Thursday, September 2nd. The downtown Atlanta university hopes having football will boost its image. Edgar Treiguts reports it’s an expensive proposition, which the school hopes will pay off.

ECLA's Walls may be the top safety prospect in Georgia

He is being recruited by Oklahoma, Virginia, South Carolina and Tennessee

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