Gwinnett County Sports Hall of Fame

Hall of Fame
Hall of Fame Class 2024Peachtree RidgeBasektball
  • At the age of 19, she appeared on CBS Sports Network reporting on the WBB Pre-NIT Championship.
  • Throughout her college career, she interned with PGA Tour, Comcast SportsNet Chicago, and Fox Sports/
  • Received numerous scholarships in her time at the University of Illinois and helped expand women’s interest in broadcasting.
  • From 2012-14, covered Illinois football and basketball with, where she made national news with her stories and perspective on the game.
  • Broke stories regarding Cliff Alexander, Jalen Brunson, Quentin Snider, Aaron Jordan, Charles Matthews, and Jayson Tatum, just to name a few.
  • Just 2 months out of college, she became an on-air host, reporter, and correspondent for the Big Ten Network.
  • Host of the Women’s Sports Report, covering all women’s sports in the Big Ten.
  • Host, reporter, and anchor for the SportsNet New York.
  • 2016-17 college football sideline reporter for CBS Sports Network.

Gwinnett County Sports Hall of Fame Honors Class of 2024

Hall of Fame
Hall of Fame Class 2010Dacula High School, Class of 1992Football
    • Finished high school football career with 7,100 total yards and 82 Touchdowns
    • Class A State Football Player of the Year as a senior
    • Led Falcons to 46-7 record in four seasons in football
    • Four-year starter in football, baseball and basketball
    • Three-time all-state football player at Dacula
    • No. 3 passer in N.C. State history with 5,925 yards
    • First pitcher to no-hit Florida State’s baseball team
    • Finished college career with school-record 35 wins
    • ACC Player of the Week in 1992,1993, 1994
    • Ranked third in the ACC for career victories with 35
    • Fifth in the ACC in career strikeouts with 386
    • Third in the ACC in career innings pitched with 426
    • Is tied for the ACC’s annual leader in shutouts in 1994 with two
    • Named to the ACC’s All-Tournament Team in 1993
    • Named to ACC’s 50th Anniversary baseball team
Hall of Fame
Hall of Fame Class 2017Berkmar High SchoolBasketball
    • 1998 set single-game county record with 53 points
    • During his high school career, averaged nearly 30 points (29.6 pts. and 7 assists) and scored 1,955 points, at the time the second-highest total ever in Gwinnett
    • 1998 Berkmar High School State runner-up finish as a high school senior
    • 1998 Named Mr. Georgia Basketball
    • 1998-2002 Four-year starter at point guard for Georgia Tech
    • 2001-2002 Avg. 17 points and 5.7 assists
    • Ranked 2nd in Georgia Tech history making 301 three-point field goals
    • Second-team All-ACC as a senior 1,658 career points and 560 career assists- fourth in school history
    • Started his professional career in Russia
    • Played in Turkey, China, France, Poland, Croatia, Greece, Bulgaria and Cyprus
    • Played a summer in the Dominican Republic
    • 2015-2016 averaged 11 points and 2.7 assists for South Korea

Hall of Fame
Hall of Fame Class 2023Gwinnett Daily Post JournalistAll
  • Gwinnett Daily Post sports writer since 1997, sports editor since 2005
  • Winner of 75 individual Georgia Sports Writers Association awards since 2000, including wins for best sports story statewide in 2017 and 2018
  • Led Gwinnett Daily Post to GSWA’s Best Sports Section in Georgia five times
  • Winner of 12 individual Georgia Press Association awards since 2010, including Best Feature Story and Best Sports Coverage in Georgia
  • Longtime president of the Georgia Sports Writers Association
  • 2019 inductee into the Brookwood High School Hall of Fame
  • Also sports editor of Henry Herald, Clayton News-Daily, Rockdale Citizen and Newton Citizen
Daily Post sports editor Will Hammock inducted into Brookwood Hall of Fame  GPA Awards: Curt Yeomans, Will Hammock Earn First-Place Awards For Daily Post
Hall of Fame
Hall of Fame Class 2015 Grayson High School, Class of 1930All-Around
    • Standout athlete at Grayson High School
    • Played basketball in Grayson’s original rock gym
    • UGA letterman football            
    • UGA letterman baseball
    • On first SEC baseball championship team at UGA (1933)
    • All-Time University of Georgia Football Lettermen (1931-32-33)
    • Catcher - Atlanta Crackers baseball team (1934)
    • Defensive Tackle - Chicago Cardinals football team (1938)