Building for the future, Duluth's Wildcats picked to win and finish .500.
Every week, I pick high school football games that are played in Patch coverage areas from Cumming to Stone Mountain. Check out this week's predictions, then let us know how you think your team will fare in the comment box below ... if you dare. Last week’s best picks: West Forsyth 30, Roswell 14 (actual score, West Forsyth 35, Roswell 14); Tucker 54, Lithonia 7 (actual score, Tucker 50, Lithonia 7). Last week’s worst picks: Lambert 24, Rome 20 (actual score, Rome 16, Lambert 0); Parkview 28, Archer 17 (actual score, Archer 40, Parkview 16). Last week's record: 18-6. Overall record: 181-48-1. Are you ready for another round of picks? Duluth at Mill Creek: A 2-0 start for the Duluth Wildcats (4-5) has turned into a season of unrealized …
Fall weather makes appearance for tonight's gridiron action between Duluth and Norcross.
Friday, September 16, 2011
There's plenty of local high school football action planned for tonight, and if you're headed to any of the games, you might want to take a sweater -- you might even want to wear it. According to Weather.com, at kick-off time the temperatures in Duluth -- and pretty much anywhere else in Gwinnett County -- is expected to be 64 degrees and dropping. By the time you get out of the stadium, the temperature is likely to be below 60 and headed down to the mid 50s before sunrise. The Duluth Wildcats are playing the Norcross Blue Devils at 7:30 p.m. at the Norcross High School stadium. Although it's only a 10 percent chance, there also is a slight possiblity of a sprinkle of rain, so getting wet isn't out of the question either. Go prepared and …
It was a winning Friday night for the Duluth Wildcats as they won their opening game of the season by overcoming the Archer Tigers in the final minutes of the game 28-24.