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Class A-5A state championship Blessed Trinity 11, Kell 9 — Blessed Trinity won its second consecutive state championship in a rematch of last year’s state championship game. The … more
FORSYTH COUNTY, Ga. — Now that the current Forsyth County Schools bond referendum is almost complete, voters will take to the polls again this time next year for the next set of projects. The … more
WASHINGTON, D.C. — Vishal Sareddy, a seventh grader at Riverwatch Middle School, knows a thing or two about geography. He’s turned his passion into a hobby that has earned him a spot at the … more
POWDER SPRINGS, Ga. — The saga of girls soccer between Lambert and Grayson continued last Saturday on the highest stage – the Class AAAAAAA state championship – with the Lady Longhorns finally … more
NORTH FULTON, Ga. — Dozens of athletes from north Fulton and Forsyth County competed at the GHSA track and field state championships over the weekend in Rome and Carrolton. Athletes from eight … more
NORTH FULTON, Ga. - The National Merit Scholarship Corporation (NMSC) has announced this year’s National Merit $2500 Scholarship winners. The list includes 23 in Fulton County … more
Boys quarterfinals Lambert 12, Pope 9 Centennial 21, Roswell 11 Lassiter 16, West Forsyth 4   Girls quarterfinals Milton 12, Lassiter 3 Lambert 10, Pope 8 North Gwinnett … more
ROSWELL, Ga. — Blessed Trinity girls lacrosse advanced to the state championship for the second straight year after beating Westminster 11-7 Wednesday night in the Class A-5A semifinals. … more
  Playoffs, Rd. 2 Boys Roswell 12, Peachtree Ridge 11 Centennial 22, Harrison 14 West Forsyth 12, North Paulding 10   Girls Milton 18, Hillgrove 2 North … more
Soccer (boys) Druid Hills 2, Blessed Trinity 1 (PK) — Blessed Trinity was seeking its first state championship appearance since 2013 but fell short in a penalty shootout to Druid Hills. … more
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