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Football: Forsyth Central shut out by Milton
Brady Smith 10-14-22
Forsyth Central's Brady Smith throws a pass to Cade Haertel (11) during a Region 6-7A matchup Friday at Milton. - photo by Derrick Richemond

Forsyth Central held Milton off the scoreboard for nearly two-thirds of the opening quarter, but the Eagles racked up plenty of points the rest of the way in a 38-0 win over the Bulldogs.

Scott Moskowitz's first of four touchdowns broke the scoreless deadlock with 4:05 left in the opening stanza of the Region 6-7A matchup Friday in Fulton County.

After Felipe Mota nailed a school-record 52-yard field goal early in the second period, Moskowitz found the end zone again for a 17-0 halftime advantage.

A pair of Moskowitz scores on either side of a fumble return touchdown by Clemson commit Rob Billings put Forsyth Central in a 38-0 hole by the end of the third quarter.

Now 2-5 overall and 0-2 in the region, Forsyth Central will travel Oct. 20 to South Forsyth.