Friday, May 10, 2013
High school spring practice is already underway. Here's a look at the upcoming season's football schedules for Duluth, Norcross and Wesleyan.
Football season is just four months away, and here's another reminder. The 2013 football schedules are out for Peachtree Cornerrs schools, as well as others in the Georgia High School Association. So here's something you can print and stick on the refrigerator to be ready. Some key dates: Duluth plays against Norcross on Sept. 20 and Weslyan will play their rival, Greater Atlanta Christian on Oct. 25. The complete schedules: Duluth Wildcats: Norcross Blue Devils Wesleyan Wolves Click here to see the schedules for all Georgia high schools. Keep up with what's happening in your community - subscribe to the free Peachtree Corners Patch newsletter for news, announcements, sports, events and more delivered every morning.
Saturday, May 4, 2013
Two Duluth High School Girls Basketball players and a member of inaugural Girls Lacrosse team heading to college on athletic scholarships.
Three Duluth High School seniors signed letters of intent to accept college scholarships in a ceremony attended by coaches, teachers, family and friends Wednesday (May 1). DHS Athletic Director Bill Navas welcomed everyone to the signing ceremony in the Atrium of the 600 Building, congratulated the athletes, and recognized their parents for their support. Lady Wildcats Basketball Coach Chad Pittman introduced Aerial Carruthers and Aleexis Lyons and cited their accomplishments. Carruthers, a four-year varsity player, will be attending classes and playing basketball at Auburn University of Montgomery. She averaged 5.7 points, 3.2 rebounds and 2.7 assists per game. “Aerial is a team player who works hard in an out of season,” Pittman said. “…
Monday, March 4, 2013
Ten high school teams, including Duluth High where a number of Peachtree Corners students attend, will compete on March 8-9, 2013.
Baseball begins for 2013 this week at Coolray Field in Lawrenceville, as 10 high school teams from Gwinnett and Forsyth counties compete in a two-day, five-game event. On March 8-9, teams from South Gwinnett, Mountain View, Lanier, North Gwinnett, Providence Christian, Duluth, Collins Hill, Brookwood, North Forsyth and Peachtree Ridge will take to the diamond in the event's debut. “We’ve had singular events before, showcasing some top high school baseball teams in the area,” Gwinnett Braves General Manager North Johnson said in a news release. “Through the efforts of the community and our staff, we have expanded to welcome the largest high school showcase in the history of Coolray Field. We want Coolray Field to be an outlet for the …
Thursday, February 7, 2013
Athletes and their parents congratulated at National Signing Day ceremony for football at Duluth High School.
Seven Duluth High School Wildcats signed letters of intent Wednesday (Feb. 6) to play football at Stetson University, Georgia Southern University, Clark Atlanta University, and Atlanta Sports Academy in the fall. The athletes were joined by coaches, teachers, family and friends for the National Signing Day ceremony at DHS. The signees were: Also recognized, but not present, was DB Javier Walker, who graduated in 2011 and attended Itawamba Community College. Williams is transferring to play football at Middle Tennessee State University. New DHS Principal Anthony Smith, Athletic Director Bill Navas and Head Football Coach Corey Jarvis congratulated the honorees and their parents. Jarvis praised each athlete and their accomplishments. Navas …
Monday, February 4, 2013
Corey Jarvis, who lives in Lithonia, said the time commitment the Duluth coaching job required was hard on his family.
Monday, February 4
Duluth High School Head Football Coach Corey Jarvis has resigned, according to an article published Monday (Feb. 4) in the Gwinnett Daily Post. Jarvis had coached the Duluth Wildcats for the past three seasons. Jarvis, who lives in Lithonia, cited family reasons. He said the time commitment the Duluth coaching job required was hard on him and his family. He and his wife have three young daughters. The Wildcats, who haven’t had a winning season since 1995, had 4-6 records in each season under Jarvis’ leadership, according to the GDP article. Jarvis previously coached five years at Martin Luther King Jr. High School in Lithonia. He had a 49-11 record there and led all five teams to the playoffs.
Friday, November 2, 2012
Who's going to win the "Battle of Snellville," Lilburn's "Battle for the Green Flag," Wesleyan-GAC and nine other Gwinnett games?
Patch's Gwinnett Football Predictions Last week's record: 12-1 (86-26 overall) ✔ — Predicted Winner Idle: Norcross, Shiloh See also: Football Scoreboard, Oct. 26 Football Scoreboard, Oct. 19 Football Scoreboard, Oct. 12 Football Scoreboard, Oct. 5 Football Scoreboard, Sept. 28 Football Scoreboard, Sept. 21 Football Scoreboard, Sept. 14 Football Scoreboard, Sept. 7 Football Scoreboard, Aug. 31 Related Topics: Gwinnett County Football and Gwinnett Football Scoreboard
Friday, September 28, 2012
Predictions for Mill Creek-Norcross, Grayson-Shiloh, Parkview-Brookwood, South-Central, and eight other contests.
Well, there may be bigger games in this week, unless you ask fans of Grayson and Shiloh high schools. Our reader-decided Gwinnett Football Game of the Week, matches teams of completely opposite pedigrees — Grayson is the defending state champion, Shiloh hasn't had a winning season since 2003. But here they are, both 3-1 overall and 1-1 in Region 8-AAAAAA, with very real aspirations for reaching the playoffs. Let's be honest, however. A lot will have to happen for the Shiloh Generals to win, which would be about as big of a win as they've ever had. At the same time, Grayson has shown the capability of making game-changing mistakes. Turnovers doomed the Rams, the top-ranked team in Georgia and the nation, in its 22-7 loss to Parkview two …
Wednesday, September 26, 2012
Twelves games on the schedule this Friday night.
Gwinnett Football Games Friday, Sept. 28 Idle: North Gwinnett, Berkmar, Greater Atlanta Christian
Tuesday, September 25, 2012
Here's a recap of Friday's game from NHS assistant football coach Corey Richardson.
Tuesday, September 25, 2012
By Corey Richardson, assistant football coach for Norcross High School Last Friday night, the Norcross Blue Devils (4-0, 2-0 Region) beat the Duluth Wildcats 36-7. Offense Joseph Wilber --(15-19) 264 yards and 2 TD passes Clinton Lynch -- 4 Catches for 134 yards Myles Autry -- 2 rushes for 20 yards -- 4 catches for 60 yards and a punt return 50 yards for a TD Trenton Jenkins -- Jr. offensive tackle with a winning blocking grade and 3 Pancake blocks Blake Wood -- Jr offensive guard with a winning blocking grade and 4 pancake blocks Defense Jahmal Jones -- 6 total tackles - 3 HBL and 2 sacks Lorenzo Carter - 5 total tackles -- 3 HBl -- 1 Sack and a caused fumble Cole Kisner -- 5 total tackles 1 HBL and 1 …
Wednesday, September 19, 2012
Patch's Gwinnett Football Game of the Week poll includes: South-Shiloh, Archer-Parkview, Dacula-Grayson, North-Meadowcreek, Duluth-Norcross, Mill Creek-P. Ridge
As you already know, every high school football game is a big one in Gwinnett County. But which one is THE game of the week? That's where you come in. Vote in our Gwinnett Football Game of the Week poll below and tell us which game you think we should feature later this week. Last week's winner — Grayson at Parkview — fit the distinction perfectly. Parkview beat former No. 1 Grayson 22-7 in Lilburn. Choose from among the following games: South Gwinnett-Shiloh, Archer-Parkview, Dacula-Grayson, North Gwinnett-Meadowcreek, Duluth-Norcross, and Mill Creek-Peachtree Ridge Vote in our poll, or "write in" your candidate in the comment box below (and don't forget to tell us why). Comments count as votes, too. Voting is open until noon Thursday. …