Connor Lien hit two home runs and Mike Foltynewicz pitched six innings of one-run baseball to lead the Gwinnett Stripers to an 11-2 victory over the Lehigh Valley IronPigs.
The Gwinnett Stripers return to Coolray Field next week for a six-game homestand, playing host to the Louisville Bats from Tuesday through Thursday and the Syracuse Mets for three games from Friday through June 23.
SAVANNAH — The Loganville Red Devils baseball program cemented itself as one of the best in the state Thursday night with a two-game sweep of Wayne County to claim the 2017 Georgia High School Association Class AAAAA state title.
The University of Georgia football team hasn’t put together a complete game yet. Coach Kirby Smart says that has to change for the Bulldogs to have a chance against Florida.
The Loganville Lady Devils softball team is off to a hot start, winning their first two games of the season before heading into the North Gwinnett Bulldogs Tournament this weekend.
Three Loganville Christian Academy baseball players were named all-region for Region 1-AAA of the Georgia Independent School Association this week.
Both Loganville Christian Academy varsity basketball teams cruised to region wins as the Lions hosted The Weber School of Atlanta to kick off the 2015-16 high school basketball season.
The Loganville High School swim team has gotten the season off to a great start by winning the first meet of the season, the North Hall Invitational in Gainesville and placing second in the Fall Frenzy Classic Invitational also located in Gainesville.
The problem with a winning tradition is that everyone expects the victories to continue unabated, regardless of talent-level or any other considerations. Loganville Christian Academy's basketball program is experiencing that.
Mark Dossett, head coach of the Loganville Christian Academy Lady Lions basketball team, said his 2015-16 team is young and there will be growing pains, but he thinks they will be better than last year’s team.
LOGANVILLE — Loganville Christian Academy advanced to second round play in the quest for a state championship in the Georgia Independent School Association (GISA) by virtue of a 21-20 overtime win over Southland Academy (Americus).
Loganville Christian defeated the Southland Academy Raiders (Americus) 21-20 in overtime on a rainy, soggy, sloppy field to advance to the second round of playoffs in the Georgia Independent School Association state championships.
For the first time in school history, the Loganville Christian Academy volleyball team made it to the final four of a state tournament and while the Lady Lions didn't progress to the championship game, the Lion Nation has much to celebrate.
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