Tuesday, February 12, 2013
The state wrestling tournament will be held Feb. 14-16 in Macon, Ga.
Parkview High School's wrestling team has five wrestlers who have qualified for the traditional state tournament this week. The tournament takes place Feb. 14-16 in Macon, Ga., according to the Georgia High School Association. Fans may watch the match live via GHSA.tv for a nominal fee, or after the conclusion of the tournament for free. Parkview Panthers Qualifying From Coach Joshua Porter: "Khalil, Harrison, and Andrew all have wrestling people predicting them to place at the tournament. All five of them are perfectly capable of doing so if they believe in themselves and want it bad enough. I believe in them!" See also:
Tuesday, April 26, 2011
Northview wins 3-1 in shootout after game ended 0-0 in regulation and OT.
Parkview’s girls were looking for revenge over Northview Tuesday night in the first round of the Class AAAAA soccer tournament. The Lady Panthers lost to the Titans in last year’s semifinal. Unfortunately for the Panthers, they were off target in penalty kicks, losing in a shootout to Northview at the Big Orange Jungle in Lilburn. The game was tied 0-0 after regulation and overtime, and Northview outshot the Lady Panthers 3-1 in the shootout. The match was a defensive stalemate with few menacing shots on goal. Mariah Garner had a stellar performance in her first start in goal for Parkview. Regular keeper Asha Wright was unavailable. Garner had multiple saves throughout the night. Northview had a serious shot at a goal with five minutes …
Friday, February 25, 2011
Eagles pull away in the second half; Parkview's Carroll scores game-high 19.
In the end, it was Milton’s experience that made the biggest difference in its first-round victory over Parkview Friday in the Class AAAAA girls basketball tournament. The Eagles (20-6), who start four seniors, including two Division I signees, leaned on that experience to beat Parkview 46-36 in Lilburn. Milton, a state semifinalist last season, trailed by two points midway through the third quarter, then used a 17-2 run into the fourth to end Parkview’s season. It was the second consecutive season the Panthers’ lost to a lower seed in the first round of state. The scoring of Nikki Dixon (Clemson) and inside presence of 6-foot-4 center Tori Waldner (Penn State) proved too much for a Parkview team that started two sophomores and two juniors…