North Fulton teams compete in 7-on-7 tourney
by Greg Oshust
09:03 AM, Thursday, July 17
North Fulton teams Alpharetta, Northview, Centennial and Chattahoochee were among the 32 teams competing in the National Select 7-on-7 Qualifier at Lassiter High School last weekend. The weather had an effect on last Friday’s pool play, with thund...

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