Friday, March 1, 2013
Conner to lead Duluth High School Wildcats football program.
The Duluth Wildcats football team has a new head coach. Jason Conner, a teacher at Duluth High School, assistant head football coach and offensive coordinator, has been named the new head football coach at Duluth High School. DHS Principal Anthony Smith announced Friday (March 1) that Conner will fill the position previously held by Corey Jarvis, former head football coach, who resigned recently. "We are so pleased to have Coach Conner take on the role of head football coach for DHS,” Smith said. “First and foremost, he is an outstanding teacher of impeccable character – the kind of person you would want your own children to be around. Second, he knows first-hand what it means to successfully compete week in and week out in one of the most…
Wednesday, February 6, 2013
Athletes and their parents congratulated at National Signing Day ceremony for football at Duluth High School.
Seven Duluth High School Wildcats signed letters of intent Wednesday (Feb. 6) to play football at Stetson University, Georgia Southern University, Clark Atlanta University, and Atlanta Sports Academy in the fall. The athletes were joined by coaches, teachers, family and friends for the National Signing Day ceremony at DHS. The signees were: Also recognized, but not present, was DB Javier Walker, who graduated in 2011 and attended Itawamba Community College. Williams is transferring to play football at Middle Tennessee State University. New DHS Principal Anthony Smith, Athletic Director Bill Navas and Head Football Coach Corey Jarvis congratulated the honorees and their parents. Jarvis praised each athlete and their accomplishments. Navas…
Saturday, August 13, 2011
Duluth High plays against Central Gwinnett High in scrimmage game Friday at Lawrenceville.
Duluth's scrimmage against Central Gwinnett got off to a rocky start Friday with the Wildcats going down by two touchdowns at the start of the first quarter. The Wildcats fought back, however, to tie the game by the middle of the second quarter. Alas, it was not to be the Wildcats' night. The final score was 35 to 20 in favor of the Black Knights. Despite the scrimmage loss, Wildcats Coach Corey Jarvis and the team are anticipating a good season with 15 returning seniors. The Wildcats' first game Aug. 26 is at home at 7:30 p.m.