Located in Gwinnett County, Lilburn is home to Parkview High School and a long legacy of highly successful boys and girls soccer teams.
The soccer program began in 1977, initially fielding a boys team with Coach Bill Bonnet at the helm. In 1982, Coach Karl Bostick took over the boys soccer program, and established one of the best high school programs in the nation. In 2009, to honor his contribution to the program, Parkview's stadium was named after Coach Bostick. The girls program began in 1987 under the direction of Coach Sunny Griffith, and soon gained its own reputation for excellence. In 1997, Parkview won both the boys and girls State Championships for the first time in school history, with Coach Todd Yelton leading the girls, and Bostick coaching the boys. The girls won their next State Championship in 2003 under the direction of Parkview alumni, Coach Mark Albertus.
In 2005, Coach Tracy Crouch took over for Coach Bostick and led Parkview boys to another State 5A Championship , and finished the season ranked #2 in the nation. Coach Albertus continued adding to the success of the program with another title for the girls in 2005 as well, making this the second time in school history for both varsity teams to win simultaneous State Championships.
In 2007, Coach Michael Tolmich took over the boys program, and Coach Judson Hamby took over the reins for the girls team. The success of the program continues today under their leadership, as both the boys and girls teams have won three consecutive Region Titles in 2007, 2008, 2009. Coach Hamby has led the girls to three consecutive State Championship titles (2007, 2008, 2009) and in 2008 finished the season ranked #1 in the nation. As a result, in 2009 Coach Hamby was named NSCAA National Coach of the Year. Collectively, the boys and girls teams have won 13 State Championship titles, in the past 17 years.