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Red Elephant Lady Basketball in close game

The Lady Red Elephants played hard against a good Flowery Branch team tonight but came up 3.6 seconds short of a victory. After being down 10-7 at the end of one and at half 26-17 the Red Elephants came back in the third to lead by four 36-32. The fourth period saw a great battle

Red Elephant Basketball Tuesday Jan. 26

The Red Elephant Basketball teams will be back in action on Tuesday evening. This will be KICKING CANCER NIGHT and we will be playing Flowery Branch. The Girls will play at 6pm followed by the Boys at 7:30pm. The games against Lanier that were cancelled due to the winter weather will be played on Thursday

UPDATE ON SPORTING EVENTS

Update Friday Jan 22 : Gainesville’s game with Lanier for today has been cancelled and the Red Elephants game with rival East Hall on Saturday also has been cancelled and will not be made up, according to Gainesville Athletic Director Billy Kirk. “It’s the safety of the student-athletes that is most important,” said Kirk. “The students,

Gainesville boys win

Gainesville boys win by 15 tonight over Winder Barrow. They led the entire game at times by as many as 25 points. Coach Wood was able to rest his starters and would substitute in groups of 4 and 5 players at a time. The final score Gainesville 75 Winder Barrow 60. Leading scorer for Gainesville was D’Marcus

Lady Red Elephants post another win

Playing in front of a home crowd tonight the Lady Red Elephants led wire to wire. Leading by nine at the end of the first period 20-11 and by 18 going into halftime 33-15. The final score was Gainesville 50 Winder Barrow 35. Taylor Hawks lead the Red Elephants with 22 points on the night

Gainesville Volleyball Region Championship

During half time of the boys basketball game tonight the Volleyball team was honored. They were also presented the Region 8 AAAAA Championship Banner. Congratulations Ladies on a fine Volleyball season.

GEORGIA DUGOUT CLUB award to Coach Kemp

The Georgia DUGOUT Club awarded Coach Kemp with their Class AAAAA Baseball Coach of The Year for 2015. This award is well deserved by Coach Kemp. He led the Red Elephants to the State finals last year. The Red Elephants ended the season with a 29-8 record. This is the fourth postseason award for the

Oh what a game!

Gainesville traveled to Wheeler for a afternoon game. What a game it turned out to be. The Red Elephants went out to a early lead and led at the end of the first period by one 19-18. Gainesville had five three pointers in the first. Wheeler started strong in the second and took the lead.

Red Elephant boys on a roll

After last nights hard fought victory the Elephants responded with a resounding win over South Gwinnett in a afternoon game. Leading the entire game Coach Wood was able to rest the starters most of the second half. End of the first period GHS was ahead 15-6. Going into half time Red Elephants held a 30

Red Elephant boys in a battle

The fans sure got their monies worth tonight watching the Gainesville boys vs Apalachee game. A Homecoming crowd stayed until the clock showed all zeros. They battled back and forth all night. At the end of the first period GHS held a 3 point lead 15-13. Going into the half Gainesville led by 4 34-30.