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The Indoor Drumline: Medusa’s Transformation

The Indoor Drumline: Medusa’s Transformation

Lany Campbell, Staff Writer
January 27, 2016 • 329 views
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The North Forsyth Indoor Drumline is preparing for their 2015-2016 show based on Medusa’s transformation from beauty to the image we know her as, with snakes for hair and the ability to turn innocent lives to stone. To pull off this wonderful idea, they have combined with West for the second time;...

Equestrianism Takes Over SEC

Equestrianism Takes Over SEC

Natalie Wilson, Associative Editor
January 26, 2016 • 1,380 views
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Up until last year, the University of Mississippi was the only SEC university without an official Interscholastic Equestrian Team since the conference adopted the sport in 2013. Thanks to Colleen Stimola, a student passionate for equal recognition of her sport, the “Ole Miss Equestrian Club” began...

Odell Beckham Jr.: The Most Electrifying Player in the NFL?

Odell Beckham Jr.: The Most Electrifying Player in the NFL?

Jack Dalmolin, Staff Writer
January 14, 2016 • 362 views
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I remember where I was when Odell Beckham Jr. made “The Catch.” It was one of those moments that, witnessed live, was so hard to believe it really happened. I ran up to my bedroom to grab my Giants hat, planning on wearing it while enjoying a classic mid-season battle between the Giants and the ri...

Undefeated No. 1 Clemson falls short

Undefeated No. 1 Clemson falls short

Jack Kern, Staff Writer
January 13, 2016 • 347 views
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In January 11th’s exciting  championship game between the Clemson Tigers and The Alabama Crimson Tide in Glendale, Arizona, the Tigers went in knowing they had to play a near perfect game to have any hope against Alabama. Due to the Crimson Tide’s astounding track record in Championship games, the...

Recap of Varsity Basketball Games Versus Lambert

Recap of Varsity Basketball Games Versus Lambert

Austin McIntosh, Staff Writer
January 8, 2016 • 278 views
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The Varsity Girls basketball team suffered a tough defeat against county rival Lambert on Tuesday, December 1. North played a strong first half offensively scoring 23 points, but gave up 29 points on the defensive side. The game was kept in single digits until the final three minutes, in which Lambert...

Raider Wire’s Jack Dalmolin featured

Raider Wire’s Jack Dalmolin featured

Mrs. Smith, Adviser
January 7, 2016 • 311 views
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Over Christmas break, the Raider Wire's own Jack Dalmolin, Class of 2017, was featured on Forsyth County News -- The Grind.   Click here to read the article and view the video. Great job, Jack!

NFHS Cheer Goes to State

NFHS Cheer Goes to State

Danielle Stone, Staff Writer
December 10, 2015 • 450 views
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Our competition cheerleading team went to sectionals on Saturday November 7 and placed 5th out of 34 teams. They came in as the underdogs because it was their first time in the coed division. However, they walked away with a total score of 259 and a spot reserved for them in the state competition. They were ...

First American Ninja Warrior Crowned

First American Ninja Warrior Crowned

Julie Day, Staff Writer
November 30, 2015 • 335 views
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American ninja warrior is a fitness based obstacle course that originated in Japan. The American adaptation is less rigorous than that of its Japanese brother, but still challenges anyone who can make it past the qualifying round. American Ninja Warrior has several stages: city qualifying, city finals,...

Raider Marching Band Earns Superior at Competition

Raider Marching Band Earns Superior at Competition

Matthew McFadden, Staff Writer
November 19, 2015 • 276 views
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On Saturday, October 24, the NFHS Raider Marching Band travelled to Creekview High School in Cherokee County to participate in the Creekview Classic competition.  The band performed their show, Latin Fantasy, which includes music such as “Don’t Let Me Be Understood,” “A Mis Abuelos,” “Concerto...

International Club: Copa Competition

International Club: Copa Competition

Nazmeydi Maldonado-Perez, Staff Writer
November 19, 2015 • 296 views
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The International club at North Forsyth High School consists of a Copa competition. This competition is of soccer teams from each school competing against one another. The games are hosted in a different school each year. This year, the tournament will take place at South Forsyth High School. There are...

Sports on the Sidelines

Sports on the Sidelines

Daniel Snodgrass, Staff Writer
November 16, 2015 • 335 views
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Are you tired of playing, watching or reading about the same old sports over and over again? Well, be bored no longer: here are five weird sports that can add uniqueness to anyone’s life. Bossaball Two teams of four or five players face off in a game that blends volleyball, soccer and gymnas...

Homecoming Game Against West

Homecoming Game Against West

JoAnn Ahn, Staff Writer
November 10, 2015 • 348 views
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Both sides of Raider Valley were filled as the North Forsyth Raiders took on the West Forsyth Wolverines at home on Friday, October 9th. The final score was West 48-17. With West Forsyth’s Kiernen Hamilton who is recognized as the best quarterback in the county, North had a tough fight ahead of t...

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