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Final – Boys soccer 5, Walnut Grove 4 – GDP 2/22/17

Shiloh 5, Walnut Grove 4 LOGANVILLE — Shiloh boys soccer erased a three-goal deficit in the final 17 minutes of the game on Tuesday at Walnut Grove to escape with a 5-4 victory. The Generals (1-1) were down 4-1 before finishing with a flurry. Miguel Gonzalez led the way with two goals and an assist.


 WHO:    All Athletic and Fine Arts Booster Club Member and volunteer organizations WHEN:  October 12th @ 6:30PM – Collins Hill High School Theatre October 26th @ 6:3PM – Central Gwinnett High School Theatre LEARN: GCPS Policy Proper Formation of Organizations Bonding and Liability State and Federal Requirements Steps to Attain Tax-Exempt Status Accounting and

Goal Club honors best in Gwinnett soccer – GDP 5/21/16

The Gwinnett Goal Club held its season-ending banquet Friday night at Brookwood to recognize the best from the 2016 high school soccer season. The evening’s top honors went to the players of the year, with the Class AAAAAA awards going to Grayson’s Ella Stevens and Mill Creek’s Diego Manrique. The boys county player of the

Coaches honor best in Region 8-AAAAAA soccer – GDP 4/25/16

The All-Region 8-AAAAAA soccer teams were announced this week after voting by the league’s coaches. Grayson’s Ella Stevens and Parkview’s Emma Carlson were named co-midfielders of the year to lead the girls team, while Grayson’s Brittany Montgomery was selected forward of the year. Brookwood’s Amira Griffin was defender of the year and Dacula earned two

Soccer teams win big over Stephenson – GDP 3/25/16

Shiloh 10, Stephenson 0 Shiloh picked up its first win of the season on Thursday with a 10-0 rout of Stephenson in a non-region meeting. Aessiah Wicks exploded for six goals to lead Shiloh (1-8-1), while Karla Coronada added two goals. Celesie Alonso also scored on a penalty kick, while Rowan Irons ended the game