Thursday, May 16, 2013
Boys play against each other at 7:30 p.m. Girls powderpuff football game at 5 p.m. precedes boys game.
Members of the Duluth High School Wildcats Team will play each other in the traditional spring game Friday, May 17, at 7:30 p.m. at Cecil Morris Field. A girls powderpuff football game at 5 p.m. will precede the boys game. Junior and senior girls will play sophomore and freshman girls. Admission is $5.
Wednesday, May 15, 2013
Dooley placed 7th in the state in the Long Jump with a jump of 21' 2 1/2."
Wednesday, May 15
Several Duluth High School Wildcats Boys Track Team members participated in the state meet in Jefferson this past weekend. The 4 x 100-meter Relay Team consisting of Lavonta Cranford, Jordan Dooley, Terence Williams, and Evan Ubakanm qualified for state but didn't make it to finals. However, Dooley placed 7th in the state in the Long Jump with a jump of 21' 2 1/2" and earned a medal. Reported by Lee Hannah, Duluth High School Head Boys Track Coach.
Tuesday, May 14, 2013
Jazmyn Johnson was third in both the Long Jump and High Jump. Demichia Higgins placed fourth in the 100-meter Hurdles.
Two members of the Duluth High School Wildcats Girls Track Team finished the season by placing at the state meet this past weekend in Albany. Jazmyn Johnson waited until her final attempt to jump a career best of 17'4" in the Long Jump. She placed third overall in the state, but she wasn't finished yet. Jazmyn came back shortly to compete in the High Jump. She placed third again in this event with a jump of 5'4.” Her teammate Demichia Higgins ran a career best of 14.81 to qualify in the 100-meter Hurdles for finals. She ran a 14.90 in the finals for fourth best in the state. Reported by Lee Hannah, Duluth High School Head Boys Track Coach.
Thursday, April 26, 2012
Make your plans for football season. GHSA releases 2012 schedules for high school teams.
Thursday, April 26, 2012
Football season is just a few months away, and the Georgia High School Association has released the schedule for Duluth High School, as well as other schools. So here's something you can print and stick on the refrigerator to be ready for fall football. The Duluth Wildcats will open football season Aug. 31 at Berkmar High School in Lilburn. Duluth Wildcats Football 2012 Click here to see other high school schedules. Don’t miss any Duluth news. Subscribe to Duluth Patch’s free newsletter, like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter.
Monday, April 16, 2012
Georgia governor to make appearance at Norcross Blue Devils vs. Duluth Wildcats baseball game Monday evening at Norcross High School.
Monday, April 16, 2012
Gov. Nathan Deal better be working on his windup and stretch. This Monday evening at Norcross High School, the Georgia governor is scheduled to throw the first pitch at the Norcross Blue Devils vs. Duluth Wildcats baseball game. The pitch will be in recognition of Chris Raasch, Norcross scholar athlete baseball player, according to a press release. Raasch made a verbal agreement last fall that he would go to Vanderbilt after he graduates this spring, as reported by the Gwinnett Daily Post. The Blue Devils website says other state and county officials are expected to be at the game and will be sitting behind home plate. Norcross High School will play Duluth High School at 6 p.m. at Norcross High School, 5300 Spalding Drive. Don’t miss any …
Monday, March 12, 2012
Duluth HS football player Tim Mettille recipient of new scholarship honoring scholar athletes who exhibit exceptional character traits.
Monday, March 12, 2012
Duluth High School senior Tim Mettille, a Duluth Wildcats football player, has been announced as the recipient of a new scholarship that recognizes Gwinnett scholar athletes exhibiting exceptional character traits on and off the football field. One student athlete from each of the 22 Gwinnett County public and private high schools competing through the Georgia High School Association (GHSA) were selected as recipients of the Gwinnett Touchdown Club Sports Medicine South Scholarships. Each award recipient received a $600 scholarship for a total of $13,200 in scholarships for all 22 athletes.
Thursday, February 2, 2012
Senior Wildcats sign letters of commitment to attend college on football scholarships.
Proud parents, family and friends gathered in the Duluth High School Theatre on National Football Signing Day Feb. 1 to watch nine varsity football players sign letters of commitment to attend college on scholarship. Principal Jason Lane congratulated the athletes seated on the stage next to their parents, and Head Football Coach Corey Jarvis introduced the signees. The honorees posed for a group photo at the end of the ceremony. They are front, l-r: Josh Johnson, Thomas Moore College; Henry Enyenihi, Tusculum University; Ahmad Muhammad, Albany State University; Matthew Randle, Albany State University; rear, l-r, Richard House, Atlanta Sports Academy; Anfornee Stewart, Middle Tennessee State University; Mark Ruskell, Georgia State …
Thursday, November 3, 2011
Building for the future, Duluth's Wildcats picked to win and finish .500.
Every week, I pick high school football games that are played in Patch coverage areas from Cumming to Stone Mountain. Check out this week's predictions, then let us know how you think your team will fare in the comment box below ... if you dare. Last week’s best picks: West Forsyth 30, Roswell 14 (actual score, West Forsyth 35, Roswell 14); Tucker 54, Lithonia 7 (actual score, Tucker 50, Lithonia 7). Last week’s worst picks: Lambert 24, Rome 20 (actual score, Rome 16, Lambert 0); Parkview 28, Archer 17 (actual score, Archer 40, Parkview 16). Last week's record: 18-6. Overall record: 181-48-1. Are you ready for another round of picks? Duluth at Mill Creek: A 2-0 start for the Duluth Wildcats (4-5) has turned into a season of unrealized …
Saturday, October 29, 2011
North Gwinnett built 20-0 lead en route to convincing win on Duluth's Senior Night.
Donnie Miles and Joseph Jones combined for nearly 200 rushing yards and scored two touchdowns apiece to lead North Gwinnett to a convincing 44-14 win over Duluth, spoiling the Wildcats' Senior Night ceremonies. It was North Gwinnett's eighth straight victory. Duluth (4-5, 2-4 in Region 7-AAAAA) tried to make a game of it through the first half, but a struggling offense kept the Wildcats from mounting any serious threat while the Bulldogs built a 20-0 lead. North Gwinnett (8-1, 6-0) drove 59 yards in just seven plays on its first possession, taking a 6-0 lead on Joseph Jones' 1-yard run with 7:37 left in the opening period. The PAT failed, giving the Bulldogs a 6-0 lead. Late in the quarter, the Bulldogs started another drive at heir own 41…
Thursday, October 27, 2011
Duluth's chances for making the playoffs would be helped with an upset of North Gwinnett.
Every week, I pick high school football games that are played in Patch coverage areas from Cumming to Stone Mountain. Check out this week's predictions, then let us know how you think your team will fare in the comment box below ... if you dare. Last week’s best picks: King’s Ridge 21, Mount Pisgah 20 (actual score, King’s Ridge 20, Mount Pisgah 14, OT); Tucker 50, Redan 10 (actual score, Tucker 54, Redan 7). Last week’s worst picks: Forsyth Central 28, Creekview 27 (actual score, Creekview 27, Forsyth Central 17); Parkview 21, Brookwood 20 (actual score, Brookwood 23, Parkview 19). Last week's record: 20-2. Overall record: 163-42-1. Are you ready for another round of picks? North Gwinnett at Duluth: Next week’s home showdown with …