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How many times did Buford reach the boys state championship under coach Whitehart?

Today's answer can be found in the newsletter!

Tuesday's Answer:
Former East Coweta star Madarius Gibbs led Texas Southern to its first-ever NCAA Tournament.




1. Brookwood
2. Campbell
3. Chattahoochee
4. Lambert
5. Duluth
6. Walton
7. Roswell
8. Wheeler
9. Marietta
10. North Gwinnett


1. Dalton
2. Greenbrier
3. Houston County
4. Gainesville 
5. Starr's Mill
6. Heritage-Conyers
7. Sequoyah
8. Riverwood
9. Forest Park
10. Northgate

Class AAAA
1. St. Pius X
2. Woodward Academy
3. Johnson
4. North Oconee
5. Whitewater
6. LaGrange
7. Jonesboro
8. Eagle's Landing
9. Southeast Whitfield
10. Northwest Whitfield

Class AAA

1. Dawson  County
2. Calhoun
3. Westminster
4. Blessed Trinity
5. West Hall
6. Coahulla Creek
7. Oconee County
8. Jackson
9. Chestatee
10. Islands

Class AA

1. Greater Atlanta Christian
2. Lovett
3. Pace Academy
4. Thomasville
5. Holy Innocents'
6. Riverside Military
7. Dublin
8. Benedictine
9. Long County
10. Social Circle

Class A

1. Paideia
2. Stratford Academy
3. Atlanta International School
4. Fellowship Christian
5. Savannah Christian
6. St. Anne Pacelli
7. First Presbyterian Day
8. Savannah Country Day
9. Savannah Arts
10. Athens Academy




1. Harrison
2. Grayson
3. East Coweta
4. Lassiter
5. Walton
6. Pope
7. Lambert
8. Parkview
9. South Forsyth

10. Collins Hill


1. Northgate
2. McIntosh
3. Columbus
4. Gainesville
5. Starr's Mill
6. Alexander
7. Greenbrier
8. River Ridge
9. North Atlanta
10. Rome

Class AAAA

1. Marist
2. Woodward Academy
3. St. Pius X
4. Veterans
5. Buford
6. Whitewater
7. Grady
8. Locust Grove
9. Spalding

10. Mary Persons

Class AAA
1. Blessed Trinity
2. Westminster
3. Adairsville
4. Dawson County
5. Decatur
6. Lumpkin County
7. Savannah Arts
8. Pierce County
9. Lakeview-Ft. Oglethorpe

10. Calhoun

Class AA

1. Greater Atlanta Christian 
2. Lovett
3. Wesleyan
4. Pace Academy
5. St. Vincent's
6. Holy Innocents'
7. East Laurens
8. Bremen
9. Lamar County

10. Fitzgerald


Class A

1. Fellowship Christian
2. First Presbyterian Day
3. Athens Academy
4. Savannah Christian
5. Paideia
6. Savannah Country Day
7. Aquinas
8. Atlanta International School
9. Providence Christian

10. Brookstone

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Wednesday, March 18, 2015


Unsigned all-stars add another dynamic to Gwinnett double-header 


South Gwinnett's Taylor Harris (pictured) will be one of the girls to play tonight in the Gwinnett County Senior All-Star basketball doubleheader at Grayson High School. The girls will tipoff at 6:30 p.m. followed by the boys' game at 8. The senior All-Stars match players from Region 8-AAAAAA schools against those from Region 7-AAAAAA as well as some athletes from the county's smaller classification schools. Taylor is one of the unsigned players participating in the game and looking to continue her basketball career in college. She averaged more than eight points a game this season and is considered to have tremendous potential. 


"It's more so on the girls side as far as unsigned players this year looking to make a statement," said Grayson boys head coach and event director Brian Anderson to the Gwinnett Daily Post. "But there's plenty of talent. I think the big thing this year in the boys game is that the 3-point shooting will be better (than last year). The kids have been just lighting it up (from long range) in practice. And I think the girls game will be more competitive than last year." 



By Ricky Dimon

GAC boys and girls continue to impress

A traditional powerhouse in Class AA, Greater Atlanta Christian is showing early signs that it has intentions of sweeping the boys and girls state championships. The Spartan girls pushed their record to 5-2 this year by shutting out Pace Academy 6-0 on Tuesday. Both Regan Glisson and Kaylann Boyd scored twice, while

Photo by Billy Laube

Halle Huff and Manning Edson added one goal apiece. On the boys' side, Greater Atlanta Christian ended a two-game losing streak by defeating Thomasville 6-0 last Friday and Pace Academy 4-0 on Tuesday. In the win over Thomasville, Nate Ream recorded a hat-trick, which alone would have been more than enough support for goalkeeper Jake Doiron's shutout. Will Hamryka found the back of the net twice and George Winfrey added one goal for the Spartans.

Brookwood's boys have endured no such losses from which to recover. They improved to 10-0 on the season after posting their fifth shutout on Tuesday. The Broncos overwhelmed Shiloh 9-0 thanks to goals from eight different players as they won their second Region 8-AAAAAA contest in as many tries. Nate Hopkins and Randall Piedrahita combined on the flawless performance in front of the net.

Tuesday's scheduled was laced with Class AAAAAA showdowns, so Brookwood had to share the spotlight. The Walton girls entertained visiting Milton and treated the home crowd to a 2-0 shutout. Walton (10-1-1) got goals from Casey Wertz in the first half and Mary Leigh Amerein with five minutes remaining in the game. Sara Hardin and Maddie Scapin contributed assists, while Payton Ryan made seven saves for the Raiders. In boys' action, Harrison edged North Cobb 1-0 on a goal by Andrew Deltac with 15 minutes left. Ethan Stolz got the assist on a throw-in to propel the Hoyas to a Region 4-AAAAAA road victory. Grayson Guertin stopped four North Cobb shots. Marietta also recorded a shutout as it took care of Kennesaw Mountain 2-0. The Blue Devils (8-1, 3-0 Region 4-AAAAAA) saw Sam Borgel convert a free kick before Osvaldo Perez tacked on an insurance goal. Marietta will host North Cobb on Friday.

One of this week's most intriguing clashes pits the St. Pius X boys at Marist on Friday. Also on Friday is Decatur at Westminster, a big one for both the boys and the girls.





Whitehart vacates head coaching duties

Allen Whitehart resigned from his role as Buford's boys basketball coach after five seasons. Buford won nine or fewer games 
Photo by Ty Freeman
the three seasons before Whitehart's arrival, but under his guidance, the Wolves never missed the state playoffs in his five seasons. His first year saw a 24-9 finish and state runner-up, which marked the first of two trips he would make to the state championship game. He took three of his teams to the Final Four.

"I still enjoy coaching and want to coach," Whitehart told the Gwinnett Daily Post ... One thing that pulled me is I live in Atlanta, right in Buckhead, and I have a 5-year-old boy and a 2-year-old girl. With them, I'm 45 minutes from home, so I've just got to figure out what's next."




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