Special Section: 2017 high school football preview Season preview stories, team rosters and schedules for every Forsyth County high school football program.Forsyth Central Jackson Leak, from left, Brad Thiltgen and Mark Heard are eager to redeem themselves from last year's struggles moving into Class 7A. - photo by Micah Green The Bulldogs are eager to redeem themselves from last year's struggles moving into Class 7A. Horizon Christian Academy Michael Gul, from left, Alex Dahlberg and Brody Huntt lead Horizon Christian Academy on the conquest for another state playoff berth. - photo by Micah Green The Warriors are on the conquest for another shot at a state title. Lambert Marcus Chatelain, from left, Kenneth Dicks III and Justin Bruno lead a Lambert team coming off its first region championship in program history. - photo by Micah Green The Longhorns have snapped into defense mode after milestone season.North Forsyth North Forsyth's Robert Faulkner, from left, Cade Jansen and Cedric Touchstone are feeling good about year two with head coach Robert Craft. - photo by Micah Green Raiders feel good about year two under head coach Robert Craft.Pinecrest Academy Seniors Mickey Mangan, left, and Michael Birozes will be key pieces for Pinecrest Academy as it begins a new era under first-year head coach Terance Mathis. - photo by Micah Green The Paladins begin a new era under head coach Terance Mathis.South Forsyth After a whirlwind 2016 season, South Forsyth's Ryan Pontrelli, from left, Jordan Nelson and Richard Jordan hope to recapture the magic of 2015. - photo by Micah Green After a whirlwind 2016 season, the War Eagles hope to recapture the magic of 2015.West Forsyth West Forsyth's Blake Snee, from left, Blake Anderson and Zach Burns have had plenty of studying to do under first-year head coach Shawn Cahill. - photo by Micah Green The Wolverines had plenty to study this offseason under first-year head coach Shawn Cahill.2017 FCN Preseason All-County Football Team The FCN staff picks the top players entering the 2017 season.Cover Story West Forsyth tight end Ben Bresnahan, a Vanderbilt commit, had to be plugged in during his recruiting process. For high school athletes, social media is part of the game.