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Varsity Softball Gets Big Win at Forsyth Central

North Forsyth’s Lady Raiders Softball Team got the job done Thursday night at Forsyth Central, defeating the Lady Bulldogs, 6-2.  Bella Caracciolo led the way with three hits and two RBI while Sara King went six innings, striking out seven.  The Lady Raiders hit the road again Tuesday night at South Forsyth in a rematch

Varsity Softball Bombs Madison County

The Lady Raiders snapped a three-game losing streak by unloading on Madison County Wednesday night at the University of North Georgia, defeating the Lady Red Raiders 10-0.  North Forsyth scored a run in the fifth, two in the sixth, and exploded for seven runs in the final inning to seal the win. Mallorie Black led

Varsity Softball Can’t Hang On at West Forsyth

Three runs in the home half of the sixth inning proved to be too much for the Lady Raiders to overcome Tuesday night at West Forsyth as the Lady Raiders fell 5-1.  Abby Martin and Amber Jones each had two hits in the loss.  North will return to the field on Wednesday afternoon in a

West Forsyth Outlasts JV Softball

West Forsyth held on to beat North’s JV Softball team, 5-2, at West Forsyth.  Brooke Black had an inside-the-park home run down the left field line, and Katie Sarfaty had an RBI single to right-center field; however, that was not enough to overcome a three-run fourth inning by West Forsyth that was aided by several

Raiders Hang On At Loganville

Article Courtesy of the Forsyth County News (http://www.forsythnews.com/section/110/article/30929/) LOGANVILLE — Often times in high school football, if a team lives by the big play, it can also perish that way as well. Many Loganville Red Devil football fans can testify to the joys of the big play, as running back Darryl Giles and quarterback Cam

Varsity Softball Blown Out at Lambert

Lambert used four home runs to defeat North Forsyth, 10-0, Thursday afternoon at Lambert.  North will take the weekend off to regroup and come back Tuesday night at West Forsyth.  First pitch is at 7:00.  Good luck, Lady Raiders!

JV Lady Raiders rally to 5-3 victory

North Forsyth’s JV Lady Raiders Softball team scratched out two late runs to defeat Lambert Thursday night at Lambert.  Sarah Lowe went the distance to notch the victory.  North will enjoy a five-day break after a grueling stretch of the schedule that saw them play eight games in a week and a half.  North’s next

Leave a Permanent Mark at North Forsyth!

Hello, North Forsyth Community! NFHS will kick off the 2016-17 school year with our very own, state-of-the-art gymnasium, The Raider Athletic Center. Your purchase will help furnish the RAC with necessities such as lockers, chairs, scorer’s table even concessions stand cabinets and supplies. LEAVE A LEGACY allows individuals, families and businesses to buy a laser

Varsity Softball Shuts Out Milton

Sara King kept the Lady Mustangs in check all evening, throwing a complete-game shutout in an 8-0 blowout at Milton Tuesday night.  King struck out four while keeping Milton off balance by throwing first-pitch strikes to 22 of the 24 hitters she faced.  Freshman shortstop Mallorie Black got four hits in the leadoff role for

JV Softball Rolls to Big Win at Milton

Sarah Lowe threw four innings, only giving up one unearned run, while Kyleigh Sanders came on and threw two innings to close out the Lady Mustangs in an 11-1 rout Tuesday at Milton.  Sanders also added three hits in the blowout win.  The JV Lady Raiders get a welcomed day of rest as they prepare for