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QEA showing signs of improvement

    QEA showing signs of improvement

The young Pharaohs showed a lot of growth in their Homecoming game against Concord First Assembly Academy (CFAA), losing by 43-14.

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West Forsyth stays perfect against rival East

    West Forsyth stays perfect against rival East

West Forsyth came into their junior varsity game against East Forsyth looking to maintain their unblemished record.  They accomplished their goal, while also opening up conference play with a win by the score of 36-22 over the Eagles.

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Shell saves the day

    Shell saves the day

Camian Shell, Parkland sophomore quarterback, has led his team to an undefeated record thus far this year.

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Vikings upend Bobcats

    Vikings upend Bobcats

Coming into the game against Glenn, North Forsyth was looking to get on the scoreboard for the first time all season.  They accomplished that and much more by shutting out the Bobcats 20-0 last Thursday, Sept 6.

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Carver loses opener in close fashion

    Carver loses opener in close fashion

The Carver Yellowjackets lost a nail-biter to Oak Grove on opening night, Aug. 23, at Lash Stadium by the score of 3-2.

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QEA looks to bounce back after defeat

    QEA looks to bounce back after defeat

Quality Education Academy (QEA) suffered a tough loss in their first ever football game in the schools’ history.

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Local coach gets degree to fulfill dream of teaching

    Local coach gets degree to fulfill dream of teaching

Starting this fall, Curtis Clark will lead the Glenn Bobcats junior varsity football team on the sidelines.

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Spartans streak over Parkland

    Spartans streak over Parkland

The Spartans of Mount Tabor push their win streak to eight games last week with a win over the Parkland Mustangs.

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Miscues lead to defeat for the Glenn Bobcats

    Miscues lead to defeat for the Glenn Bobcats

Last Thursday night the Glenn Bobcats were bit by the turnover bug as three costly turnovers led to 21 points for their opponents.

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Glenn seniors look to showcase skills at Shrine Bowl

    Glenn seniors look to showcase skills at Shrine Bowl

Glenn High’s offensive and defensive leaders, quarterback Stephon Brown and defensive lineman Bryson Glenn have both been invited to the 2017 Shrine Bowl.

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