Saturday, February 25, 2012
Chattahoochee, Mt. Pisgah and Northview boys reach state playoffs.
After capturing region titles, both Chattahoochee and Mount Pisgah boys basketball teams will head to the state basketball playoffs. The Chattahoochee Cougars (7-AAAA) will take on Salem (8-AAAA) at home this weekend, while Pisgah's Patriots (5-A) will play either Trion or WD Mohammed, also at home. Meanwhile, Northview Titans' boys (fourth in region 6-AAAAA) will travel to Wheeler (5-AAAAA) to take on the Wildcats. Visit the Georgia High School Association's website for complete brackets.
Saturday, November 5, 2011
With 3:38 to go in the game, the Titans had a 35-23 lead, only to see Centennial score two touchdowns to win 36-35.
Centennial erased a 12-point deficit in the final two minutes to beat Northview 36-35 Friday night in a regular-season finale in Roswell. With the help of a recovered onside kickoff, the playoff bound Knights (5-5, 4-2 in Region 6-AAAAA) scored twice — on a Jimmy Meyer touchdown pass at the 1:53 mark and a run by Cyril Teal with 45 seconds then — then sacked Northview quarterback Evan Jacks on the final play after the Titan had driven to the 13 to pull off an incredible comeback. Centennial, the third seed from the region, will play at Marietta next week in the first round of the state playoffs. Marietta is the No. 2 seed from Region 5-AAAAA. Northview, which had a chance at a playoff berth with a win and a Milton loss to Roswell (Milton …
Thursday, November 3, 2011
Chattahoochee will claim Region 7-AAAA title with win Friday; Northview needs a win over Centennial to make the playoffs. Count Johns Creek and Mount Pisgah among the winners, too.
Every week, I pick high school football games that are played in Patch coverage areas from Cumming to Stone Mountain. Check out this week's predictions, then let us know how you think your team will fare in the comment box below ... if you dare. Last week’s best picks: West Forsyth 30, Roswell 14 (actual score, West Forsyth 35, Roswell 14); Tucker 54, Lithonia 7 (actual score, Tucker 50, Lithonia 7). Last week’s worst picks: Lambert 24, Rome 20 (actual score, Rome 16, Lambert 0); Parkview 28, Archer 17 (actual score, Archer 40, Parkview 16). Last week's record: 18-6. Overall record: 181-48-1. Are you ready for another round of picks? Northview at Centennial: The one thing that will clear up what has been an unusual race for the final two …
Saturday, September 3, 2011
The score was 28 for the Duluth Wildcats and 21 for the Northview Titans at halftime. Duluth added 27 points in the second half.
The Duluth Wildcats won their second home football game Friday (Sept. 2) night when they took command of the gridiron and overpowered the Northview Titans 55 to 21 at Cecil Morris Field. The first half ended with the Wildcats at 28 and the Titans with 14 points on the big board. It looked like Northview could still be in the game even though they were down by two touchdowns, but the second half proved otherwise as the Wildcats roared back and posted an additional 27 points. The Wildcats performed like a well-oiled machine moving the ball with precision, making large gains both on the ground and in the air.