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In Case You Missed It: North Forsyth recognizes 10 senior athletes headed to the next level

(Article courtesy of Brian Paglia at the Forsyth County News) North Forsyth recognized 10 senior athletes Wednesday who signed letters of intent to compete in college. Baseball player Brice Davis signed with Berry College, while Tyler Fairchild and Evan Johnson signed with Piedmont College. Girls lacrosse players Alexis Anderson and Jillian Zirlott signed with Brenau

Lacrosse: Night of “HOPE” 2018 – TONIGHT!

Night of “HOPE” 2018 We will be hosting the second annual Night of Hope for Hope Kienle. Proceeds will be donated to COTA: Children’s Transplant Association in the name of Hope. COTA assists families financially prior to, during, and after child’s transplant.  Hope Kienle is our coach Robert Kienle’s daughter. She is 15 years old

Girls and Boys Lacrosse: Friday’s Games Canceled

Due to unforeseen circumstances, Friday’s Girls and Boys Lacrosse games. vs. Meadowcreek have been canceled.  No makeup date has been announced.  Check back for further details.

2017 NFHS Lacrosse Excels

Congratulations to the 2017  NFHS Women’s Varsity Lacrosse Team by achieving the most wins in a season in NFHS girls lacrosse history with a total of nine wins this year, breaking the record set in 2014. The Team is led by Head Coach Robert Kienle and Assistant Coach Dean Short.

Julianna Chesna Sets Milestones in NFHS Women’s Lacrosse

2017 has been a record year not only for the NFHS women’s Varsity  lacrosse team but also for Junior Player Julianna Chesna. She has set and continues to raise the bar for NFHS women’s lacrosse . She scored her 100th goal last Friday night, extending the school record . She also set several other records by achieving the following:

Chesna Breaks School Record For Goals Scored

Congratulations go out to Julianna Chesna for breaking the North Forsyth Girls Lacrosse career scoring recording by netting her 70th goal on Monday night in an 11-5 loss at Peachtree Ridge.  Chesna, a junior, passed the previous mark of 69 set only last year by Corrine Thompson.