Varsity Football Team Loses To Habersham

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Varsity Football Team Loses To Habersham

The North Forsyth Raiders lines up for kick off against the Habersham Raiders. Habersham defeated the Raiders to win their first game in three years.

The North Forsyth Raiders lines up for kick off against the Habersham Raiders. Habersham defeated the Raiders to win their first game in three years.

The North Forsyth Raiders lines up for kick off against the Habersham Raiders. Habersham defeated the Raiders to win their first game in three years.

The North Forsyth Raiders lines up for kick off against the Habersham Raiders. Habersham defeated the Raiders to win their first game in three years.

Austin McIntosh, Staff Writer

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The North Forsyth Raiders suffered a disappointing loss to the Habersham Central Raiders on Halloween night, which dropped their record to one win and eight losses. Habersham overcame its longest winning drought, which dated back to 2012, and stunned North Forsyth with a 32-7 victory.

North Forsyth committed its second fewest turnover campaign of the season, but the offense quickly hung their heads as they watched the defense allow 25 points in the first half.

North’s Defensive Coach, Mike Bodnar, said, “This was one of our worst games defensively.” With the final game on the road against Alpharetta, the best team in the high school league, North will look to put up a fight and try to gain some momentum heading into next season.