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Shiloh boys’ depth too much for Grayson in 61-47 victory – GDP 1/31/16

SNELLVILLE — As important as Josh Okogie is to Shiloh’s boys basketball team, one of the biggest weapons coach Kim Rivers counts on is being able to call on multiple players for production. Juniors T.J. Massenburg and Tajah Fraley provided two of the biggest sources Saturday as the Generals fought a second-half charge from visiting

Shiloh Lady Generals 43, Grayson 44 – GDP 1/31/16

The Rams (18-4, 9-4) survived a wild finish to finally subdue scrappy Shiloh (2-11, 7-15). The Generals erased as much as a five-point deficit in the fourth quarter to pull even at 43-all on a stickback from Emani Bell with 10 seconds remaining. But Destiny Newkirk drove the length of the floor and drew a

Brookwood boys knock off region-leading Shiloh in boys basketball – GDP 1/30/16

SNELLVILLE – Brookwood’s boys basketball team upset Region 8-AAAAAA leader Shiloh 62-59 on Friday. The Broncos (15-6, 7-5 region) led the entire game but needed a last-second steal from Micah Kinsey to deny the Generals (15-5, 9-3) a chance at a game-tying 3-pointer. Brookwood escaped despite missing nine fourth-quarter free throws and turning the ball

GCPS County Swim wrap-up and State News

The County Championships where whirlwind but Shiloh was represented well! The Girls Team finished 12th overall and the Boys Team finished 17th overall. Combined, we finished 14th in the County ahead of South, Berkmar, Meadowcreek, Discovery, & Central. Brookwood took the top spot for Girls and Boys. Our Boys A relays swam well at County

Gwinnett County Swimming and Diving Championships Results – GDP 1/27/16

Swimming Finals At West Gwinnett Aquatic Center Tuesday (events in yards) BOYS Team standings 1. Brookwood, 974 2. Collins Hill, 971.5 3. North Gwinnett, 815.5 17. Shiloh, 126 GIRLS Team standings 1. Brookwood, 1,044.5 2. North Gwinnett, 980 3. Mill Creek, 775.5 12. Shiloh, 202   200 individual medley 9. Nyota Edjidjimo, Shiloh, 2:20.07 100

Shiloh Lady Generals 38, Dacula 42 – GDP 1/27/16

Faustine Aifuwa and Kandy Brown each turned in a double-double as the Falcons (9-9, 4-6) held off the Generals. Aifuwa finished with game highs of 14 points, 23 rebounds and five blocked shots and added three assists, while Brown chipped in 10 points, 10 boards, four blocks and four steals. But the Falcons, who also

Shiloh boys earn some “payback” in 74-44 win over Dacula – GDP 1/27/16

SNELLVILLE — Given the results of its last meeting with Dacula about a week and a half ago, the James Brown classic “The Big Payback” seemed to symbolize the attitude of Shiloh’s boys basketball team in the rematch. Whether that song choice was deliberate or not, the Generals played with a chip on their collective