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Trivia
Question: 
What college will South Gwinnett's Arielle Harvey play for next season?

Today's answer can be found in the newsletter!

Wednesday's Answer:
Coach Whitehart led the Buford boys basketball team to the state finals twice in his five seasons. 

BOYS SOCCER RANKINGS


 

Class AAAAAA

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


Class AAAAA

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

GIRLS SOCCER RANKINGS


 

Class AAAAAA

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

10. Collins Hill


Class AAAAA

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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Thursday, March 19, 2015


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GWINNETT ALL-STAR GAME

Harvey leads Region 8-AAAAAA to victory in Gwinnett's senior All-Star game

South Gwinnett's Arielle Harvey, a UNC Greensboro signee drained five three-pointers and finished with a game-high 22 points to lead the REgion 8-AAAAAA team to an 84-66 victory over the Region 7-AAAAAA and smaller schools All-Stars. 


 
"We wanted to get them back

Photo by Ty Freeman

because they were beating us in practice," Harvey said. "So, we had to come out in the real game and show up." 

 

Parkview's Makenna Pouengue was the only other Region 8-AAAAAA player in double figures with 13 points, while Archer's Tatiana Wayne finished with nine points and Brookwood's Caitlin Cushenberry added eight. Dacula's Star Toomey led the team with six rebounds, while Archer's Madison Newby dished out a team-high three assists.


 
"This was my last high school game, the last time wearing this (South Gwinnett) jersey," Harvey told the Gwinnett Daily Post. "So, I wanted to have a good time."

 

 

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TENNIS NOTEBOOK
By Ricky Dimon

Buford tennis start the week in dominant fashion

Buford's girls earned 5-0 sweeps on Monday and Tuesday over Stephens County and Madison County, respectively. Annalea Stevens, Bailey McCammon and Tamia Wayne took

Photo by Buford Tennis

care of business in singles on both days. The doubles teams also remained constant, as Savannah Whaley and Abbey Mitchell got the job done twice at No. 1 while the No. 2 pairing of Katie Quinn and Peyton Wolfe also had little trouble on both occasions. Buford improved to 7-1 on the season and 5-0 in Region 4-AAAA.


 

On the boys' side, Buford downed Stephens County on Monday. The Wolves (6-1, 4-0 Region 4-AAAA) got singles victories from Dalton Counts, Cameron DeLoach and Kurt Knudsen. Truett Adams and Caleb Harris won at No. 1 doubles; Garrett Jordan and Cole Tarleton prevailed at No. 2.


 

Greater Atlanta Christian swept Mt. Paran Christian on Tuesday. The Eagles at least made things interesting in the boys match by putting up a point in doubles, but Greater Atlanta Christian rolled through the singles thanks to Alex Khan, Andrew Chitty and Tucker Bryant. In the girls' tilt, the Spartans got singles wins from Remi Andre, Phoenix Gandy and Rachel Chupp. Micaiah Kimbel-Glover and Bailey Brown teamed up in doubles for a victory at No. 1, while Stephanie Breon and Taylor Moore were victorious at No. 2.

In Class AAAAAA, Walton improved to 5-0 overall and 5-0 in Region 5 by blanking Wheeler 5-0 on Tuesday. Morgan Stone, Francis Yang and Raymond Zhang comprised a dominant singles lineup for the Raiders. Crews Enochs and Trevor Croyder led the way in doubles along with Jonathon He and Bailey Honig.


 

Additional results included a Holy Innocents' sweep of Whitefield Academy. Justin Samples cruised at No. 1 singles for the Wolfpack, but the Holy Innocents' boys won everywhere else for a 4-1 victory. The girls' match progressed in similar fashion, with Whitefield Academy's Rachel Hicks getting the job done at No. 1 only to see her team succumb 4-1 to the Golden Bears.



GWINNETT ALL-STAR GAME

Norcross duo leads Region 7-AAAAAA to victory

An All-Star team made up primarily of Region 7-AAAAAA seniors Wednesday night at Grayson scored a 127-120 victory.in the eighth annual Gwinnett Senior All-Star double-header. 

South Gwinnett's Robert Gallinat
Photo by Ty Freeman
led the Region 8-AAAAAA team with a 
game-high 23 points and was one of four Region 8-AAAAAA players in double figures. 

Norcross teammates Tim Cameron and Ricky Madison led the Region 7-AAAAAA team and were two of six players that reached double-figures. 

Madison tabbed 19 points and eight rebounds, while Cameron finished with 13 points, six rebounds and a team-best four assists.

"It was just fun," Cameron told the Gwinnett Daily Post after the victory. "Everybody had a great season, but it was just about having fun. That was the main objective. It was real competitive, but we wanted to make sure we put on a good show for the crowd."

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