STONE MOUNTAIN — After finishing third behind two seniors in last year’s Gwinnett County Girls Diving Championship, Lauren Henderson knew the door was open for her to move up in the standings for this year’s meet.The Dacula junior left nothing to chance, kicking in that door with an overall score of 395.95 to claim her first individual county title Saturday at Mountain Park Aquatic Center.Henderson increased her score by some 61 points after finishing behind Mill Creek’s Ambria D’Alonzo and...
STONE MOUNTAIN — Another year, another Gwinnett County boys diving title and another record for Peter Smithson.The Collins Hill junior broke his own county record with a score of 605.80 to win his third straight championship Saturday at Mountain Park Aquatic Center.Unlike his second county title a year ago, when he scored 595.70 and blew past the previous Gwinnett record by nearly 60 points, this year’s record-setting performance was hardly a surprise for Smithson.
Many people involved with Norcross’ football program consider themselves to be part of a family, and that concept takes on almost a literal meaning for Pat Standard that goes far beyond his many years on the Blue Devils’ coaching staff. The team’s current defensive coordinator and linebackers coach has coached with Norcross head coach Keith Maloof for pretty much all of his 28 years in coaching.
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Selecting a term
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