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Braves Suffer 13-1 Loss to Cardinals in World Series Playoffs

Braves Suffer 13-1 Loss to Cardinals in World Series Playoffs

Abby Marks, Editor-in-Chief

October 10, 2019

The Atlanta Braves suffered a tough 13-1 loss against the St. Louis Cardinals in the fifth game of National League Division Series, leaving Atlanta 2-3 and the Cardinals 3-2,leading the Cardinals to advance father in the playoffs.. St. Louis had a historic first inning with an astonishing 10 runs, an...

Atlanta Braves End Series vs Mets with two Wins and Two Losses

Atlanta Braves End Series vs Mets with two Wins and Two Losses

Anes Ribic

April 26, 2019

The Atlanta Braves  beat the New York Mets on Sunday, April 14, with a score of 7-3. The game took place at Suntrust Park, where the four-game series was held. In the MLB, a four-game series is when two teams compete against each other in four games before facing the next teams. The Mets were able to t...

Winter and Spring Sports Overview for the 2018-2019 Season

Winter and Spring Sports Overview for the 2018-2019 Season

Bella Angell, Editor-in-Chief

December 3, 2018

Have you ever clicked on the “Extracurricular” tab on the North Forsyth High School website? The second choice is “Athletics-GHSA.” The GHSA, or the Georgia High School Association,  is an organization that governs athletics and activities for member high schools in Georgia. Clicking on the “...

Following a Season of Defeat, the 2018 Braves Season is Looking Up

Following a Season of Defeat, the 2018 Braves Season is Looking Up

Abby Marks, Features Editor

September 18, 2018

After a season full of heartbreaking losses for the Atlanta Braves, their chances of making playoffs this time around are pretty likely. Their 2017 season ended with a record of 72-90, and they were eliminated from the post-season round against the Miami Marlins, keeping them from the playoffs for the ...

You Did Good, Kid: A Retrospective of Turner Field

You Did Good, Kid: A Retrospective of Turner Field

Seth Anderson, Staff Writer

December 7, 2016

The temple is seen as a sacred ground, a place where people congregate for a common purpose. For 20 years, Atlanta’s temple, Turner Field, featured the Atlanta Braves. This is not a time to mourn a time to celebrate the good, the bad and the great moments that Turner Field and the Braves have given...

Braves Fans: Brace Yourselves for a Long Season

Braves Fans: Brace Yourselves for a Long Season

Jack Dalmolin, Staff Writer

May 26, 2016

Nobody expected anything special from the Braves this year. The 2016 season is definitely a rebuilding season for Atlanta. Over the summer, Braves fans checked the sports section of the news each week in despair as they read about yet another Braves superstar who was traded away. Players like Craig Kimbrel,...

Cubs Rolling Right Along

Cubs Rolling Right Along

Bailey Young, Staff Writer

May 23, 2016

With the Chicago Cubs being having one of the best preseason rankings coming into this season, expectations were high for the Cub fans. 2016 was a very big year for the Cubs and their fans, because this is the 100th year at Wrigley Field. They first started playing at Wrigley Field in 1916, so they wo...

No Hitter Makes History

No Hitter Makes History

Ethan Simmons, Staff writer

April 24, 2015

On March 30th, a week before spring break, Senior Caleb Dixon became the 4th student in North Forsyth’s history to throw a no hitter. For those who do not know a no hitter in a baseball game is when the pitcher is able to go all nine innings without any batters from the other team hitting a pitch....

A Curveball Worth Reading

A Curveball Worth Reading

Seth Anderson, Staff Writer

March 23, 2015

For many years, my English teachers have told me about Jordan Sonnenblick, an author who writes books for teenagers like me, we would have rather been playing video games or reading books about sports. Now in my Freshman year, (the year of annotating,) the only book, that seem interesting to me are,...

National Letter of Intent Signing Day

National Letter of Intent Signing Day

Megan Hoffman, Staff Writer

February 13, 2015

Wednesday, February 4, 2015 was National Letter of Intent signing day at North Forsyth High School, and five athletes from North Forsyth High School signed college scholarships. The National Letter of Intent is an agreement between a possible student athlete and a NLI school. This is a very exciti...

Derek Jeter: The End of a Yankee Era

Derek Jeter: The End of a Yankee Era

Jack Dalmolin, Staff Writer

May 13, 2014

The stadium went silent, waiting for the Ray’s ace, David Price, to deliver the pitch. The Yankee’s Captain stepped in the batter box. Derek Jeter looked as relaxed as a ten-year-old playing stickball with neighborhood friends, just moments before adding another historic achievement to his Hall of...

Russki Tourists

Russki Tourists

Ben Strube, Online and Design Editor

March 25, 2014



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