Alpharetta battles South Forsyth for region lead
by Greg Oshust
09:30 AM, Thursday, October 23
Alpharetta will try to take one step closer to a second consecutive Region 6AAAAAA championship as the Raiders host South Forsyth Friday. With a 6-1 overall record and a perfect 6-0 region mark, Alpharetta is sitting in the driver’s seat in 6AAAAA...

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