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LAX Wins 14-1 Against MLK!

Central Bulldogs win 14 – 1 against MLK. It was a team effort to pull off the decisive win against MLK. The team had 59 ground balls!  Team contributions came from Ryan Fitzpatrick had three goals and two assists.  Wesley Bacastow  contributed three assists and seven faceoff wins, Grant Allen made two goals and nine faceoff wins.

There Is A New 4 x 800 Record At Forsyth Central Set At Georgia Tech

The distance track team was accepted to run several events at The Coaches Invitational this year. Max Warner and Bonnie McKinnon ran the 3200. The Coaches Invitational is one of the only track meets in the state in which athletes must first be accepted based on a qualification time. Bonnie and Max are the only

JV Soccer Defeats AAAAAA West Forsyth 5-0.

The JV boys are now 4-1 for the season. Contributing to this winning season is freshman Gavin Mitchell who scored three goals (his 8th, 9th, and 10th) of the season. Uriel Romero scored twice against the larger AAAAAA Forsyth County School.

Soccer Wins 8-0 Versus North Springs

Here are the ladies who took care of business along with an outstanding defensive effort that shutout the Spartans. Julia Wagner – 2 Kirbi Mathews – 1 Jenna Uldrich – 2 Abbey Fagan – 1 Allie Hildebrandt – 1 Kara Slaughter – 1

Girls Track Wins Creekview Invitational

Forsyth Central girls scored 92 points while Creekview scored 63 points and Cherokee scored 15 points. Both relay teams won. Karah Straub, Nia Lowe, Chelsea Lowe, and Neo Wilde raced on the winning 4×100 meter team. The 4×400 meter winning team consisted of standout performances from Neo Wilde, Chelsea Lowe, Karah Straub, and Nia Lowe.

Boys Track & Field Dominated The Creekview Invitational

Forsyth Central boys scored 93 points while Creekview scored 62 points and Cherokee scored 15 points. The boy’s track team started the season with a dominating team win and many individual wins. Both the 4 x 100 and the 4 x 400 relay teams went uncontested. The 4 x 100  relay team won with strong