• September 18Forsyth Central vs. Duluth: 41-42

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Logan Wallace, Staff Writer

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Taylor Smallwood

Taylor Smallwood, outside hitter, has played volleyball for the past 6 years and has been a part of FCHS’ Varsity team her entire high school career. She’s most looking forward to playing against North Forsyth because of Central’s past losing streak against them. This season she wants her team to make it to state and wants to leave FCHS being known as a good role model, leader and teammate.

“Can’t wait to see what the season has in store. I’m incredibly excited to see how this team can come together and take some dubs. Let’s dab on North.”

 

Izzy Martinez

Izzy Martinez has been a part of a competition team for the past 5 years and has been a member of FCHS’ varsity team for the past 3 years. Martinez is a flyer and also partakes in football cheer. Central’s Varsity team came in 1st at the Sectional Championship and 4th at State last year. Martinez would like to accomplish being in top 3 in state for her last year at Central.

“This season I want to be someone who can bring lots of energy on the road to state, let’s get those rings.”

Eli Smith

Eli Smith has done cross country since middle school, and has been a part of Central’s Varsity team for the past 4 years. Smith received the 2016-17 cross country leadership award and this season wants to be in top 2 all time. For his last year at FCHS he wants to make it to state, and be a good role model and leader for the rest of the team. 

“I want to lead by example when it comes to training, I am excited to see how well our team does all season.”

 


Sean Bielicki

Sean Bielicki has played football for 12 years, and has played on FCHS’ Varsity football team all 4 years. Bielicki is most looking forward to playing against North because of the school’s’ rivalry. This season, he wants to win the Regional Championship, and leave a legacy of being a good role model and leader for the team.

“We have the best coaching staff in the state of Georgia.”

 

 

Emma Lowe

Emma Lowe, outfield, has been playing softball since she could walk, and has played with Morgan Watson, Grace Kiser, and Karah Straub, fellow varsity team members ever since her rec ball years. The team was elated to play against North Forsyth this year because of the common disliking of their opponents, Central beat NFHS 7-3 at their first game. Lowe has high expectations for the 2017-2018 season, “We have worked so hard to live up to our potential.” Her goal for the team is to make it to the State Playoffs this year. Emma wants to leave a legacy of loving the game and leaving it all on the field.

“We are so excited to see what we can do this year. We’re ready to surprise the region.”

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