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North's Roberts, Davidson sign with colleges

North Gwinnett seniors Warren Roberts and Cody Davidson have signed letters of intent to play football at the University of the Cumberlands in Williamsburg, Ky.

Roberts, a 6-foot, 195-pound linebacker, was the leading tackler on the Bulldogs' Class AAAAA quarterfinal team last season. He made 106 tackles, including a team-high 15 for losses.

Davidson, a 6-foot, 190-pound safety, rotated at several secondary positions for North. He transferred from Greater Atlanta Christian prior to his senior season.

Eight North seniors have now committed to college football programs.

Former Rams coaches get Lambert jobs

Former Grayson soccer coaches Scott Luthart and Chris Wilson, who each led the Rams to a state championship, have been named the head coaches at Lambert, a new high school in Forsyth County slated to open this fall.

Luthart will coach the Lambert girls and Wilson will coach the boys. They will serve as each other's assistant coach as well.

North fencers top seeds for state tourney

North Gwinnett's Devon Drew and Tyler Adams are the No. 1 seeds at this weekend's Georgia High School Fencing League Championships, which will be held at Pope High School in Cobb County. More than 150 fencers from 12 area high schools are entered in the tourney.

Drew, a senior, has four first-place finishes this season and Adams, a junior, has placed first in all five of his tournaments this season.

Road Atlanta moves Superbike Showdown

Road Atlanta's annual motorcycle race, the AMA Suzuki Superbike Showdown, will run from April 3 to 5 at Road Atlanta in Braselton.

The event was previously held in the fall. Discounted tickets are on sale now. For more information on all ticket packages visit www.roadatlanta.com or call 800-849-7223.

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OSU's Bellotti stepping down

EUGENE, Ore. - Mike Bellotti is stepping down as Oregon's football coach to become the school's athletic director, and offensive coordinator Chip Kelly will be promoted to head coach.

Bellotti, who has coached the Ducks for the last 14 seasons, takes over his new position July 1, replacing athletic director Pat Kilkenny.

- From staff, wire reports