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North Atlanta Leads Huge Winning Weekend for APS Fall Sports

FOOTBALL North Atlanta led a great weekend of performances by Atlanta Public Schools teams, as nine of the district’s 11 teams won their games. Of the two that did not win, Grady had its game at Ware County cancelled due to Hurricane Irma, and Douglass loss to another APS school, B.E.S.T. Academy. As for North…

Mays Girls, South Atlanta Boys Honored by Fulton County Commission

The South Atlanta boys and Mays girls basketball teams were each honored by the Fulton County Board of Commissioners for winning state championships this season. The Mays girls and South Atlanta boys basketball teams, winners of state championship titles this season, were honored at the Fulton County Government Center on Wednesday by the Fulton County…

Five APS Basketball Teams Advance to Round Two of State Playoffs

  By Seth Coleman Five Atlanta Public Schools basketball teams have advanced to Round 2 of the Georgia High School Association state basketball tournament in their respective classifications. All five will be back in action on Friday or Saturday. Henry W. Grady (boys) The Grey Knights (26-3), the No. 1 seed from Class AAAA Region…

Local apparel retail store Big Peach Running Co. donates 300 pairs of running shoes to Maynard Holbrook Jackson High School

Big Peach Running Co. donated over 300 pairs of new running shoes valued at $10,000, to Maynard Holbrook Jackson High School’s cross country and track and field program. The locally owned and operated footwear and apparel retail company donates running shoes to inner-city and underfunded track and field programs throughout metro Atlanta. This is the…

Atlanta Wolfpack wins fifth GHSA State Wheelchair Basketball title in six years!

UPDATE: The Atlanta Wolfpack team WON its fifth state wheelchair title in six years over the weekend! Reece Johnson scored 12 points in a 35-25 win over arch-rival West Georgia in the finals held Friday at the Gwinnett Arena. Johnson is a senior at Crim Open Campus, was praised by his coach in an AJC article:…