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WEEKEND RECAP: North Forsyth wrestling defends home turf
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Forsyth County News

North Forsyth had nine individual champions as the host Raiders dominated the Coal Mountain Classic this past Saturday.

North had 274.5 points, well ahead of runner-up Lowndes (121.5). Forsyth Central had eight individual placers to finish third with 120.5 points despite missing several starters.

North’s individual champions were Walid Abdullahi (106 pounds), Paul Watkins (113), Cole Tenety (120), Riley Wheeler (126), Spencer Dooley (132), Nathan Grimes (145), Jonathan Perez (152), Conner Carroll (160), Brantley Little (170), Connor Cross (182) and Hunter Loyd (195).

Other Raiders wrestlers to place were Andrew Leggett (second, 170), Cade Jensen (third, 220), Cedric Touchstone (fourth, 138) and Jackson Bardall (sixth, 285).

Sebastian Legarra led Central, placing first at 220 pounds. The Bulldogs also got second-place finishes from Hunter Kurowski (132) and Miles Bankston (145), third-place finishes from Parker Evans (126) and Keaton Platzke (195) and fifth-place finishes from Abraham Perez (113), Chandler Caine (160) and Jake Gardner (285).


Oakland 55, South Forsyth 54

NASHVILLE – The Lady War Eagles were victimized by a buzzer-beater again Saturday in a non-region loss at the She Got Game Classic.

Sarah Myers led South with 23 points, while Emily Dreslinski added 11.

Other scores: Flowery Branch 63, Forsyth Central 26; Riverdale Baptist 73, West Forsyth 46.


Other scores: Wesleyan 53, Pinecrest Academy 50.