Wednesday, May 22, 2013
Milton won 10-0 in its third game against the Panthers on Tuesday.
Parkview lost in its third game against Milton 10-0 Tuesday (May 21) in the semifinals, allowing the Eagles to move on to the state championships. The Parkview vs. Milton semifinals consisted of a best-of-three series this week, with two games being played Monday and the third last night at the Panthers' stadium. On Monday, the Panthers won the first game 4-0 before Milton won the second 10-1. In Tuesday's deciding game, Milton had scored seven runs in the first inning, one in the second inning, and the final two runs in the sixth inning, which ended the game. The Eagles will play against Roswell in the Class AAAAAA state championships May 25 and May 27. The Parkview boys took home the state championship title for 2012 and 2011. …
Tuesday, November 27, 2012
Top performers from the Panthers' 26-23 win over West Forsyth.
Parkview Football Honor Roll Nov. 23, vs. West Forsyth (26-23 win) OFFENSE Justis Rosser: Rushed for 32 yards, including game-winning TD in overtime. On defense, six total tackles, one-half sack. Shaq Vereen: Had 44 rushing yards and two touchdowns. On defense, was in on nine tackles, had one tackle for loss and forced a fumble. Rob Youngblood: Completed 7 of 11 passes for 106 yards and one TD. On defense, was in on nine tackles and recovered two fumbles. Mac Marshall: Three pass receptions for 81 yards and a touchdown. DEFENSE Kyle Williams: Eight solo tackles, three assists, two QB hurries and one sack. John Patterson: Four solo tackles, six assists, one-half sack, one pass break-up. Micah Finley: Six total tackles, two tackles for …
Friday, May 20, 2011
Parent-submitted photos from Providence Christian's baseball-series win over King's Ridge earlier this week.
Friday, May 20, 2011
With Providence Christian Academy headed for the state Class A semifinals next week, we present a gallery of photos sent to us by parents. Are you interested in contributing to our content on Lilburn Patch, too? It's easy to do. Send us an email at email@example.com, or share content via the "Announcements" feature on the site, which will allow you to upload photos, video and text.
Monday, May 16, 2011
Parkview, Providence play doubleheaders to open best-of-three series.
Liburn's two remaining teams in the Georgia High School Association baseball playoff begin their quarterfinal series today on their home fields. Providence Christian faces Kings Ridge in a doubleheader beginning at 2 p.m. The third game, if needed, is Wedneday at 5 p.m. Parkview hosts Luella in a doubleheader beginning at 4 p.m. The third game would be played Wednesday at 5 p.m. Check out the attached photos shot by Parkview parent J. Eric Turner at Parkview's series with North Gwinnett last week.
Thursday, May 12, 2011
Parkview beats North Gwinnett 11-4 in deciding game of second-round series.
Parkview finished off North Gwinnett Thursday, beating the Bulldogs 11-4 to win the best-of-three Class AAAAA baseball playoff series two games to one. The win propels the three-time state champions to the state quarterfinals for the first time since 2005, when they reached the semifinals. Next up for the Panthers (23-8) will be Luella in a best-of-three series that begins with a Tuesday doubleheader at Parkview. The third game, if necessary, will be Wednesday, also at Parkview. Parkview looked uneasy early Thursday as North Gwinnett put up early runs in the first inning. But if the two games played on Wednesday (an 11-10 win by Parkview and a 5-4 win by North Gwinnett) proved anything, it was that either team could rally from behind to …
Friday, January 14, 2011
Father and son square off in predicting the big game.
As you may remember from a column I wrote in November, I live in a divided house over NFL football. I’m a diehard Green Bay Packers fan; my 13-year-old son, Kris, is a Falcons fan. So, here we are for the second time this season, facing off against each other in the world of fandom. The Falcons played, and beat, the Packers on Nov. 28. The NFC Divisional playoff game between the two teams in the Georgia Dome will be the center of attention in the house on Saturday. Without further set-up, here are our top 10 reasons why our teams will win and advance to the NFC Championship. Kris’ Top 10 Reasons the Falcons Will Win Final Score: It’s going to be a close game. Falcons win 38-28. My Top 10 Reasons the Falcons Will Lose Final Score: It will …