North Hall senior Ty McCormack would rather not win every race he enters for the cross country team, even though that's all he's been able to do this year.
McCormack, the Trojans' team captain, finished first out of about 200 runners the Berry Invitational last Saturday in Rome with a time of 16 minutes, 18 seconds, which happened to be the same time he set a new course record with to win the Northeast Georgia Championships with just seven days prior to that in Athens.
Brandon McKinney had five catches for 149 yards and a touchdown and the Riverside Military Academy defense limited Banks County to 90 yards in the second half for a 23-12 victory Friday night at Maginnis Field.
September 04, 2009|
By Ryan Smith
North Hall's Peyton Wilhoite sees Friday's game against Buford at The Brickyard as one filled with opportunity. The way he views it, there's no reason the Trojans shouldn't be ready to pick off Buford (1-0), ranked No. 1 in Class AA.