• Updated

JOHNS CREEK, Ga. — Johns Creek girls soccer used a dominant performance Friday night against Alpharetta to improve to 12-1-1 overall this season and 6-0 in Region 7-AAAAAAA play. Gladiators’ striker Julia Nicholas scored three goals and added an assist while Johns Creek recorded its sixth st…

MILTON, Ga. — When Cambridge water polo competed in its inaugural season in 2013, a lack of players forced the head coach to suit up some times and compete with the team during matches. From its humble beginnings, Cambridge’s program has seen continual growth over the past six years and is s…

  • Updated

ROSWELL, Ga. — Roswell’s first Region 5-AAAAAAA series ended dramatically with the Hornets securing a 2-1 series win over Cherokee with a walk-off hit in the eighth inning Saturday at home. Catcher Riley DeCan hit a bases-loaded hit to score the winning run and to clear the Hornets dugout in…

ROSWELL, Ga. — With more than 40 state team championship banners hanging in its gym, Blessed Trinity has proven to be one of Georgia’s top athletic programs over the past 20 years. But it was not until senior Dillon Downing stood atop the podium twice at the GHSA Swim and Dive State Champion…

MILTON, Ga. — Cambridge assistant coach Josh McGlamery typically spends the halftime of each game with magnets and a board outlining the strategy for the Bears in the second half. In Friday night’s contest against Milton, his board and magnets did not make an appearance during the break.

featured

MACON, Ga. — Dozens of wrestlers from North Fulton and Forsyth County schools competed in the GHSA traditional wrestling state championships Feb. 13-16 and seven won state titles in their respective weight classes. 

ROSWELL, Ga. — With nine returning starters from last year’s state quarterfinals squad and added depth, the Roswell girls are poised for another strong season. The Hornets showed their prowess by downing Chattahoochee 4-0 at home Friday night to kick off the season with a 5-0 record.  

featured

ATLANTA — North Fulton and Forsyth County schools had strong showings at the Georgia High School Association swim and dive state championships Feb. 8-10 at Georgia Tech. Nine local teams placed on the podium in team scores with the Johns Creek boys and Centennial girls earning team state cha…

MARIETTA, Ga. — Chattahoochee boys basketball made the most of its program’s first appearance in the state tournament in five seasons Friday night with a 78-64 win over No. 2 seed Sprayberry on the road. The Cougars used an impressive rebounding performance and put four players in double dig…

featured

TRION, Ga. — St. Francis boys and girls basketball swept the Region 6-A championships Saturday at Trion. Both teams entered the tournament as the No. 1 seed for subregion B and earned three wins to secure the 6-A titles.  

JOHNS CREEK, Ga. — Northview student Cam Auerbach has recently signed his National Letter of IntentTop of Form to join the University of Alabama Swim Team in the fall. Auerbach will be joining his two older brothers on the team. Auerbach swims year-round with the Dynamo Swim Club and has the…

JOHNS CREEK, Ga. — Seniors from Mount Pisgah Christian School signed on Nov. 14 to continue their athletic careers at the collegiate level. Baseball player Michael Nardella committed to playing at The University of the South while shooting guard Quinn Richey committed to playing basketball a…

NORTH FULTON, Ga. — While the hype and pageantry of the Super Bowl in Atlanta dominated the metro landscape last week, a local youth baseball team used the opportunity to give back to its surrounding community. 

featured

MILTON, Ga. — Cambridge boys soccer head coach Bryan Wallace said after the program’s run to the Class 6A finals last year, there is only one step the Bears have yet to take — a state championship. While Wallace and his program is not looking that far into the future, the Bears certainly hav…

ROSWELL, Ga. — On paper, there was nothing significant at stake for Roswell when it hosted Cherokee Friday night. The Hornets (20-4, 9-0) had clinched the No. 1 seed in the Region 5-AAAAAAA tournament with a 66-55 win over Etowah on Jan. 22 and could have easily gone into cruise control agai…

MACON, Ga. — Five North Fulton and Forsyth County wrestling teams competed at the GHSA team dual wrestling state championships Jan. 17-19. All local teams won at least two matches, and Mount Pisgah earned a fourth-place finish in Class A competition. 

NORTH FULTON, Ga. — Johns Creek retained its spot atop the podium at the Fulton County swim and dive championships Jan. 10, with the boys and girls team sweeping the 18-program field. The meet was held at the West Gwinnett Park Aquatic Center.

JOHNS CREEK, Ga. — Northview continued its dominance over region foes Friday night with a lopsided, 55-27 win over Alpharetta, the No. 2 team in the 7-AAAAAA standings. The Titans’ defense suffocated the Raiders throughout the contest and forced 19 steals to improve to 11-0 in region play.