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The Georgia High School Association Basketball Championships for Boys and Girls are just around the corner. Again, the venues will be The Arena at Gwinnett Center and the famed Macon Coliseum. Georgia Public...

by Gil Tyree | February 6, 2012
Courtesy of Photography by Scott Karlins

Lassiter, Westminster Seek Swimming Success

Girls swimming state championships have almost been foregone conclusions in recent times. In fact, each of the past four years has been the same, with Lassiter winning the title in Class AAAAA and Marist prevailing in...

by Stephen Black | February 6, 2012
Courtesy of Walter Pinion

Parker, Miller Grove Top Southwest DeKalb

No. 1 Miller Grove managed to finish off a season sweep of the No. 5 Southwest DeKalb boys over the weekend with a 59-53 win. The Wolverines received 20 points and 15 rebounds from Tony Parker to take down Shaq Goodwin...

by Fletcher Proctor | February 6, 2012
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Southwest DeKalb Meets No. 1 Miller Grove

Class AAAA No. 1 Miller Grove will host No. 5 Southwest DeKalb tonight as Shaq Goodwin, a member of the Score 44 and one of the Big Three faces another member of the Big Three, Tony Parker as well as Score 44 forward...

by Fletcher Proctor | February 3, 2012
Courtesy of The Marist School

Parkview, Walton Win County Swim Titles

Parkview won the Gwinnett County championship meet with 1,045.5 points to Collins Hill's 820.5. Mill Creek came in third with 797.5 points. It is the Panthers' 18th county title in 21 years. While winning the county...

by Stephen Black | February 3, 2012
Courtesy of Walter Pinion

Morris, Carter Highlight Score 44 Hoop 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 2, 2012
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The Five Things I Know...National Signing Day Edition...

I always try to break down the seasons into their real names and avocations… It’s not Summer, Fall, Winter, and Spring here… It’s football season, ‘cruitin’, National Signing Day, and Spring football… And if you’re not...

by Jon Nelson | February 1, 2012
Courtesy of Fletcher Proctor

Buford, Tucker Giving Fax Machines A Workout

Franklin Stephens and Jess Simpson were busy men Wednesday morning, introducing seniors that had worked hard enough to receive football scholarships to suit up next season across the country while earning a college...

by Fletcher Proctor | February 1, 2012
Courtesy of LeeAnn Young

McNair Comes Through With Landmark Win

McNair won its first-ever DeKalb County wrestling title Saturday at Miller Grove. The Mustangs outpointed Marist 200.5 to 193 after trailing 182 to 175.5 with three matches remaining. Khalil Williams won the 120-pound...

by Stephen Black | January 31, 2012
Courtesy of Walter Pinion

Miller Grove, Wesleyan Still Riding High

Westlake has flipped spots with Mill Creek in Class AAAAA based on Westlake's current winning streak, which included an impressive victory over North Clayton. Harrison and Berkmar also moved up while Johnson-Savannah,...

by Fletcher Proctor | January 31, 2012
Courtesy of Buford High School

Milton Boys, Wesleyan Girls Don't Disappoint

Wheeler's Charles Mitchell is an incredible specimen who is capable of putting the Wildcats on his back from time to time. He was a beast against Milton on Saturday, scoring 30 points while snagging 12 rebounds, but the...

by Fletcher Proctor | January 30, 2012
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The Role Of The Head Coach In Recruiting

Recruiting fans and gurus like to hear about whom each recruit is favoring and what trips they will be making. But who has input into those decisions? Obviously, the players’ families and friends have a huge role in...

by Stephen Black | January 28, 2012

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