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Courtesy of Morgan County High School

Defending Girls Champions Look Strong

Squeaks, streaks, swishes and slam dunks will be all the rage over the next few weeks as five girls state champions will emerge from the state playoffs. Schools such as Washington County, Buford, Norcross and Wesleyan...

by Fletcher Proctor | February 23, 2012
Courtesy of Brianography

Playoffs Tip Off With Class A Preliminaries

The Class A preliminaries were comprised of eight games held across the state last night. Four boys teams and four girls teams advanced to the next stage of the GHSA playoffs with strong showings. The Wesleyan boys used...

by Fletcher Proctor | February 22, 2012
Courtesy of Walter Pinion

Region Champs Climb In Polls, Eye Playoffs

The playoffs are upon us and a few of the polls became a jumbled mess after some upsets in various region tournaments. The dilemma always seems to be just to punish a team for losing in the region tournament after a...

by Fletcher Proctor | February 22, 2012
Courtesy of Wilcox County High School

Mt. Pisgah Caps Weekend With Region Title

The Mt. Pisgah Patriots completed the most impressive stretch in its history after defeating Wesleyan for just the second time ever then taking out Providence Christian in double overtime 64-54 to win the Region 5-A...

by Fletcher Proctor | February 20, 2012
Courtesy of Dawna Baker/Collins Hill High School

Traditional Wrestling Championship Recap

The GHSA Traditional Wrestling Championships concluded Saturday evening as wrestlers fought it out for both individual state titles and for the team titles in Classes A-AAAAA. In Class AAAAA it was the same old story as...

by Stephen Black | February 19, 2012
Courtesy of Dawna Baker/Collins Hill High School

Wrestlers Hit The Mats At State Meet

Thursday night, fans and wrestlers flocked to the Arena at Gwinnett Center for the start of the GHSA Wrestling State Championships. Every class except for Class A was in action Thursday night. From the onset of the...

by Stephen Black | February 17, 2012
Courtesy of Johnson High School

Johnson Looks to Build On Recent Streak

The Winnersville Classic: Hardwood Edition played out for the fourth time this season last night as Lowndes and Valdosta met up in the Region 1-AAAAA tournament. Valdosta entered the contest having won the three...

by Fletcher Proctor | February 17, 2012
Courtesy of Dawna Baker/Collins Hill High School

Traditional Powers Ready For State Meet

Several wrestling powers are expected to again compete for the state traditional wrestling championships this weekend at The Arena at Gwinnett Center. Pope and Holy Innocents’ are coming off state dual wrestling...

by Stephen Black | February 16, 2012
Courtesy of Walter Pinion

Nolte, Blossomgame Headline Score 44 List

The Score 44 is a fluid list that aims to honor the best 44 seniors in Georgia high school basketball on a week-to-week basis. The members of the 44 are some of the most highly-recruited and talented players in the...

by Fletcher Proctor | February 16, 2012
Courtesy of Parkview High School

Undefeated Parkview Girls Jump In Polls

Norcross took a bit of a tumble in the girls Class AAAAA rankings after falling twice last week. North Gwinnett defeated Norcross for the region's No. 1 seed and moved up to No. 3. The top four teams in Class AAAA...

by Fletcher Proctor | February 14, 2012
Courtesy of Rob Saye

Arena Preps For State's Best Wrestlers

The Arena at Gwinnett Center has been home to world class entertainment since its opening in 2003 and will once again play host to the 2012 GHSA State Wrestling Championships from Feb. 16-18. Top acts from across the...

by Stephen Black | February 14, 2012
Courtesy of Walter Pinion

Two Georgians Named McDonald's All-Americans

Tony Parker of Miller Grove was one of two Georgians named to the recent McDonald's All-America team. He celebrated Thursday's announcement with a 78-31 win Friday over Douglass. Shaq Goodwin, the other Georgian named...

by Fletcher Proctor | February 13, 2012

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