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North Forsyth hires Steinberg as new girls soccer coach

North Forsyth hires Steinberg as new girls soccer coach

Looking for a fresh start, North Forsyth has hired Jared Steinberg as its new girls soccer head coach.

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THE GRIND: North Forsyth's Ellis prefers to live on the edge

THE GRIND: North Forsyth's Ellis prefers to live on the edge

He’s not afraid to show it off. Underneath his high-tech cycling jersey, North Forsyth graduate Kyle Ellis has a long, red scar that runs across the length of his collarbone.

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THE GRIND: North Forsyth's Bardall ready to be a leader in 2015

THE GRIND: North Forsyth's Bardall ready to be a leader in 2015

North Forsyth’s Jackson Bardall doesn’t have to say much to get the attention of his teammates. In fact, he doesn’t have to say anything at all.

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North Forsyth baseball can't work magic against Pope

North Forsyth baseball can't work magic against Pope

MARIETTA – All season, North Forsyth baseball grew comfortable living in the improbable and the perplexing. The Raiders played more one-run games than any other Forsyth County team during the regular season. They were the author of comeback rallies seemingly every week; some were near misses, but all were compelling. Eventually it came to be that no moment felt too dire for North.

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Stark's two HRs lead North Forsyth baseball past South Forsyth

Stark's two HRs lead North Forsyth baseball past South Forsyth

On his first home run, Brant Stark pumped his fist toward the sky as he rounded second in a mix of shock and affirmation. On his second, he gave a coy grin toward a special someone in the bleachers as he trotted home. He tossed the ball behind his back to the mound on inning-ending strikeouts.  He flew head-first into third base for a steal.

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THE GRIND: North Forsyth's Heard lets his play do the talking

THE GRIND: North Forsyth's Heard lets his play do the talking

For nearly every incoming college student, a main goal in year one is to avoid an early wake up call. Nothing is more dreaded than the 8 a.m. freshman orientation class.

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