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Unbeaten West Forsyth Titans handle Spartans for win No. 7

    Unbeaten West Forsyth Titans handle Spartans for win No. 7

BY CRAIG T. GREENLEE FOR THE CHRONICLE   In a much-anticipated match-up of top contenders in junior varsity football, West Forsyth continued its trek down victory lane. This time, the

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Carver builds momentum with back-to-back wins

    Carver builds momentum with back-to-back wins

BY CRAIG T. GREENLEE FOR THE CHRONICLE Carver is on full steamroller mode in junior varsity football. Coming off a lengthy period of inactivity, the Yellowjackets have shown no signs

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East Forsyth Eagles comes out winner in “Battle of Kernersville”

    East Forsyth Eagles comes out winner in “Battle of Kernersville”

BY CRAIG T. GREENLEE FOR THE CHRONICLE In most instances, rivalry games tend to bring out the best in teams. Such was the case for East Forsyth in its 49-30

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BY CRAIG T. GREENLEE FOR THE CHRONICLE   Even though the Reynolds JV football team has yet to taste victory, optimism abounds. The Demons played better than the final score

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Mount Tabor eyes 10-0 season

    Mount Tabor eyes 10-0 season

(pictured above: Teddy Christakos is Tabor’s QB.  Photo by Charles Leftwich Jr.) Nine down, one to go. It’s hardly surprising that there’s

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Tabor striving for perfect season

(pictured above:  Mount Tabor standout Tyrone Stevens.) Mount Tabor’s junior varsity could be in trouble and not even know it. This

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Comeback ’Cats

    Comeback ’Cats

Glenn rallies to beat Carver (pictured above:  Glenn wide receiver Braxton Rorie (24) in action during last week’s victory over Carver.)

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Strong start for East Forsyth

    Strong start for East Forsyth

(pictured above:  D.J. Holland runs for yardage.) Now that East Forsyth has reached the mid-point of its junior varsity football

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Despite rocky start, Reynolds optimistic  

    Despite rocky start, Reynolds optimistic  

(pictured above: Reynolds’ Jeremiah Brown runs for yardage.) After three games, Reynolds is below .500. Yet, there’s strong evidence that

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Glenn’s season so-so thus far

    Glenn’s season so-so thus far

Over the first three weeks of the season, junior varsity football has produced a mixed bag for Glenn’s Bobcats. Coach

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