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If you were unable to attend the parent meeting. The parent presentation is available for your review. You can also find this information under the Parents Tab.
Rising Freshman, JV and Varsity Meeting for our upcoming Fall 2020 Season
Location : Cafeteria
Is your player interested in playing football at the college level?..
Stay after the parent meeting for a short presentation on recruiting.
Tanner Lucero is a freshman that is involved in our football program here at North. Tuesday morning he suffered a stroke and is at Grady Hospital getting the type of specialized care he needs. Tanner is also involved in our wrestling program where Tanner obtained the nickname "Cheddar".
In support of Cheddar and his family, we will be collecting gift cards or cash at the Football Banquet on Monday, January 27th. These gift cards or cash will help the family with some of their immediate and future needs. There will be a donation basket located at the check in table.
SPEED TRAINING starts Tuesday January 14th. Please complete this waiver prior to participating in the Speed Training.
Training will begin at 6:56am each Tuesday. Players should wear their player pack (purple shirt, hoodie if needed, shorts or sweats). Players should have both cleats and tennis shoes for training.
Parent Meeting for all rising 9th-12th grade parents is Tuesday, Feb 11 6pm at the NFHS Cafeteria
Thank you to all the parents that attended the Rising Freshman Parent Meeting!
If you were unable to attend the rising freshman parent meeting, please enter your information here for your upcoming freshman player.
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Reporters and photographers were on-site, before, during and after the game to catch this stunning victory over Brookwood.
In 2005, Raider Nation tragically lost one of our own Raiders, Jack Snook.
He is the son of Jack and Pat Snook and graduated from North Forsyth in 1999. He was a 2-year letter winner in football, voted all-county and all area as a defensive back, nominated for the Georgia North-South All-Star game and was voted the North Forsyth High School Male Athlete of the Year that same year.
Jack committed to play football for Georgia Southern University. He was a decorated Sergeant in the Marines during Operation Enduring Freedom and Operation Iraqui Freedom.
Today – Jack’s #40 jersey is framed and hangs on the walls in the fieldhouse. His number is only worn by a player who demonstrates the Character, Toughness, and Leadership Skills that are indicative of Jack Snook.
Each season a player is chosen by the North Forsyth Raider Football Staff that is most deserving of this Honor!
THIS YEARS WINNER OF THE JACK SNOOK AWARD is Senior, JOSH GRINDLE.
Jack Snook's memory and legend will live on by seeing Josh wear #40 on the field this year.
Congratulations to Josh for exemplifying the high standards that #40 represents!
Pat Snook, Josh Grindle #40, Coach Craft
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