Lakeside continues to dominate

The Lions continue to roll through their opponents as they added another win to their 6-0 record. Lakeside defeated South Forsyth Middle 52-0 on Tuesday night at South Forsyth High School. The night had an exciting start as our South Forsyth Cluster Tailgate event kicked off the night, followed by the win by the Lions. The defense proved themselves again shutting out the Eagles, while the offense put up over 250 yards in the first half alone. The Lions will return to action on Oct. 11 against Piney Grove at South Forsyth High School.

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Hendricks upsets Otwell

Tuesday’s matchup between the Hawks and the Bulldogs was a game of attrition for the ages. Otwell scored early in the first quarter on a long touchdown run to give the Bulldogs an early 7-0 lead. Late in the first quarter a Hendricks safety made by a host of Hawks cut the lead to 7-2. On the ensuing drive, the Hawks would score on the ground taking an early 8-7 lead. The second quarter saw the Bulldogs score again taking a 15-8 lead off of another rushing touchdown, and a botched snap on the extra point attempt turned in Otwell’s favor as they completed the 2-point conversion off of the miscue. Defense was the theme of the third quarter and most of the fourth quarter. A Hendricks punt midway through the fourth quarter hit an Otwell player and was recovered by Hendricks defensive back Miles Hasty. The Hawks would grind out a methodical drive capping off the score with a Reese Coursey touchdown on the ground. The ensuing 2-point conversion, also by Reese Coursey, would be the tipping point for the Hawks securing their second win of the season in a 16-15 upset of the undefeated Bulldogs.


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Hendricks vs Riverwatch

A scoreless first quarter turned into a ground game by the second quarter with Riverwatch scoring on three 45+ yard runs making it 21-0 at the half. The Panthers would continue to use the ground game in the second half finishing off the game on a last minute 91 yard touchdown run beating the Hawks 27-0.


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Hendricks vs North Forsyth

A scoreless first quarter quickly turned into an offensive explosion in the second quarter. Two Hendricks rushing TDs by Cal Adams gave the Hawks a 14-0 lead which was followed up by a North Forsyth touchdown late in the second quarter making it 14-6 at the half. Out of halftime a 70 yard kick return by Miles Hasty put the Hawks in scoring position for another rushing touchdown. The Hawks would add two more scores in the game from Keagan Krog and Reese Coursey giving the Hawks their first victory of the season, a 34-6 win over the Wildcats.


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Hendricks vs Vickery Creek

The Hawks started strong by taking a 10-0 halftime lead over the Vipers off of a pick-6 by Miles Hasty and a 30 yard field goal from Cayden Frank. After halftime the tide turned for the Hawks and their lead dwindled and eventually was overtaken by the Vipers, who capitalized on 3 second half scores to come away with the 19-10 comeback victory.


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Little Mill wins second game of the season

Little Mill is off to its best start in years. After a line of storms moved through the area, the clouds parted and the fans were treated to a beautiful Georgia evening sunset at Half Mile Stadium (as it is affectionately called by the East Community Broncos). Little Mill jumped out to a 22-0 lead in the first half. After a self-inflicted third quarter full of mistakes, the Mustangs were able to put the game out of reach and beat Liberty 28-6. Grant Barden had a great game with 150 all-purpose yards that included two touchdowns. He also had a great defensive game as did the team. Lucas Wheeler returned an interception for a touchdown adding to the great play of the defense. The Mustangs will take on Piney Grove next week in an away game.


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Otwell Off to a Great Start.

The Otwell Bulldogs hosted the Vickery Creek Vipers at Forsyth Central High School. The Bulldogs defeated the Vipers 34 – 14. The Bulldogs offense generated 297 yards of offense. The Bulldog attack was led by the offensive line which generated 273 yards on the ground. Aaron Escobar led all rushers with 137 yards on 9 carries, Trent Frysz rushed for 73 yards on 8 carries, and QB Durham Roach rushed for 56 yards on 10 carries.
The Bulldog defense applied pressure on the Vickery offense the entire game. This was an entire team effort as 16 different Bulldogs had at least 1 tackle in the game. The defense was led by linebacker Graham Elzey who had 6 tackles, 4 QB pressures, and 1.5 sacks, Trent Frysz chipped in with 2 interceptions, Aaron Escobar added 6 tackles, and Herley Louis had 1/2 a sack.
The next game is at Desana on September 6.
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South Forsyth Eagles defeat the Piney Grove Grizzlies

The South Forsyth Eagles defeated the Piney Grove Grizzlies 41-0. Evan Wilson, Chris Oladeji, Brayden Tompkins, and Carter Schultz all scored for the Eagles. Ty Charles added a 2-point conversion. Matthew Mahoney converted a PAT and had an impressive tackle on kickoff team. The offensive line did a great job up front with Mason Balbo and Jacob Gamez having several “Pancake blocks.”

The Eagles pitched their second shutout of the season. Jake Reiss led the defense and was in the backfield all game. The defensive secondary led by Matthew Fox gave up 0 completions on the game. It was on overall team win.

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North Middle vs. Liberty

The North Forsyth Middle Wildcats hosted the Liberty Patriots at Raider Valley this past Tuesday.  It was a hard fought, defensive first half with the Wildcats holding a 6-0 lead.  Scoring picked up in the second half and the Wildcats took a 26-16 score to the final horn.

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Lakeside vs. Gainesville Middle

The Lakeside Lions Football Team kicked off their first home game of the season against Gainesville Middle on Tuesday night, August 23rd at SFHS. The Lions started the half very strong led by the offensive line Adriel Rojas and Corbin Tardif. They powered the Lions to 291 yards of offensive and 47 points in the first half. The leading scorer in the first half was Sam Harvey with 4 TDS and 122 yards. The Lions added 16 more points in the second half while the defense held the Elephants to -48 yards and zero points. The Lions finished the game – Lakeside 66, Gainesville 0. This win puts Lakeside 2-0 to start the season, as they will be at home (SFHS) again next Tuesday, August 30th against Riverwatch.

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