Softball: Youth movement Softball: Youth movement

December 26, 2011

By Jim Dean

As sophomores, Meghan Rud and Andrea Coleman have already accomplished what many varsity softball players hope to in an entire career. Rud, South Forsyth’s third baseman, and Coleman, North Forsyth’s starting pitcher, earned 2011 Forsyth County player of the year and pitcher of the... [Read More]


 

Softball: North's Shaw leaves behind legacy Softball: North's Shaw leaves behind legacy

The mental process for North Forsyth’s players and coaches after their best Class AAAAA softball season went something like this: Recover from the sting of falling to No. 1 Brookwood in the second round of the state playoffs. Take some time to reflect on one of the best years in school ... [Read More]


 

Softball: 17 make All-County team Softball: 17 make All-County team

South Forsyth third baseman Meghan Rud and North Forsyth pitcher Andrea Coleman highlight the 2011 All-Forsyth County softball team. The head softball coaches from Forsyth County’s five public high schools named Rud the county player of the year and gave two-way star Coleman pitcher of t... [Read More]


 

Softball: Raiders fall to No. 1-ranked Broncos

SNELLVILLE — North Forsyth’s players knew flawless softball was required for them to upset the top-ranked team in Georgia’s largest classification. The Raiders’ pitching was solid against GACA Coaches’ Poll No. 1 Brookwood. North hit several times to the deepest par... [Read More]


 

Softball: Raiders get first playoff win in AAAAA Softball: Raiders get first playoff win in AAAAA

It’s been a six-year journey to North Forsyth’s first playoff win in Class AAAAA, and the Raiders walked much of the final stretch. Aided by 16 walks and two hit batters, the Raiders earned their first state tournament series victory since 2005 — when they were competing in C... [Read More]


 



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