Thursday, January 17, 2013
Fulton County will hold a pep rally for the team on Friday, Jan. 18, at noon.
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Thursday, January 17
Calling all home team fans: Cheer on the Atlanta Falcons before the big game against the San Francisco 49ers this weekend. Fulton County is celebrating its hometown team with a pep rally honoring the Falcons as they prepare for Sunday’s NFC Playoff game against the 49ers. Local residents are encouraged to “Rise Up” and show their support of Atlanta's team by wearing the team colors of red and black. Former Atlanta Falcon Terance Mathis, the Falcons cheerleaders and several special guest surprises will be on hand at the Fulton County Government Center Atrium, 141 Pryor Street, SW in Atlanta on Friday, Jan. 18, at noon.
Thursday, November 17, 2011
The Cougars (10-1) host Warner Robins (9-2) in the second round of the Class AAAA football playoffs.
Are you concerned about Chattahoochee's chances of beating Warner Robins Friday night and advancing in the Class AAAA football playoffs? Don't be. Here are five reasons why the Cougars can — and will — win: 1. Firepower! Winners of 10 straight games, the defending state champion Cougars are on an offensive roll, averaging 35.5 points per game in that span. In last week's 65-48 win over Habersham Central, the Hooch set single-game records in points scored, rushing yards and total yards, according to a report in the Georgia High School Football Daily newsletter. 2. There's a New Kid in Town: After state player of the year Timmy Byerly graduated last year, many wondered what the Cougars would do at quarterback. No worries, mates. Travis …
Friday, November 11, 2011
Whether you are at the game, at home or visiting friends, join the live discussion on Alpharetta, Johns Creek, Chattahoochee, Centennial, Lambert, Milton, Blessed Trinity and West Forsyth.
Patch takes to the live blogosphere to report on tonight's first round football playoff action. Going to the game, sitting at home or enjoying a Friday night out, you can still see not only what other people are saying about your game, but also games played by other North Fulton and Forsyth County teams. Keep track of scores in this Live Sports Blog and in our Scoreboard posted on Patch tonight. If you are away from your computer, pull out your iPhone or Android phone and install the free Cover It Live app. You don't even have to log in once you've installed the iPhone app or Android app–just search for the Live Sports Blog in Live Events, and find the one that says "Patch Covers GHSA Football Playoffs." If you are at the game, we welcome …
Sunday, November 6, 2011
Johns Creek in just second year as varsity football program.
Sunday, November 6, 2011
In just its second year as a varsity football program, Johns Creek High School is off to the state playoffs after its win against the Forsyth Central last night. Johns Creek had a memorable senior night with great performances on both sides of the ball. Offensively, the team once again showed a balanced rushing and passing attack (342 total yards) led by junior quarterback Skye Overton (89 yards rushing/49 passing) and by sophomore running back Austin Pack (81 yards). Johns Creek scored in every quarter and topped off the evening with an explosive third quarter where the Gladiators scored 21 points. Defensively, Johns Creek was dominant, allowing Forsyth Central to score only after the game was well in hand late in the third and fourth …