Hornets continue quest for region title
by Greg Oshust
10:29 AM, Thursday, October 30
Roswell will try to stay atop Region 5AAAAAA as the Hornets go on the road to play Etowah in a crucial region battle Friday. Coming off of a 31-21 victory over Cherokee last Friday, Roswell (6-2, 5-1) is tied with Milton for first place in 5AAAAAA...

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