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Falcons Accomplishments

(Click on Season to see webpage) _____________________ 2016 & 2015 Seasons

2016 GFC Champions _____________________ 2014 Season

GFC Champions _____________________ 2013 Season

NHFA Sun Bowl Champions _____________________ 2012 Season

GFC West Division Champions _____________________ 2011-2012 Season

ACCE Basketball Champions> _____________________ 2011 Season

GFC 3rd Place West Division ______________________ 2010 Season

NHFA National Tournament
2nd Place - Runner Up

GFC League Champions

GFC 1st Place Regular Season ______________________ 2009 Season

NHFA National Tournament
2nd Place - Runner Up

GFC League Champions

GFC 1st Place Regular Season ______________________ 2008 Season

NHFA National Tournament
2nd Place - Runner Up

2008 GFL 2nd Place ______________________ 2007 Season

GFL 3rd Place
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GFL 2nd Place ______________________ 2005 Season

NACA Division 3
National Champions ______________________ 2004 Season

GFL 1st Place
GFL Champions

Falcons Archive

2008 North Georgia Falcons Football Season (W-L 7-4)

NG Falcons vs Paulding Panthers 2008 Highlights

NG Falcons vs NCA Lions 2008 Highlights

NG Falcons vs Christian Heritage 2008 Highlights

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2007 North Georgia Falcons Football Season (W-L 6-4)

NG Falcons Tim Howard Interception for TD

NG Falcons vs East Atlanta Mustangs 2007 Highlights

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2006 North Georgia Falcons Football Season (W-L 8-3)

2006 GFL All Conference Players for the North Georgia Falcons
Josh Veal North Georgia #5
Caleb Jefferson North Georgia #22
Jordan McDaniel North Georgia #23
Robert Davis North Georgia #26
Dane Tadsen North Georgia #42
Michael St.Denis North Georgia #54

GFL Playoffs Semifinals Results

NCC Crusaders tops North Georgia Falcons 20-7

The Falcons score at the beginning of the second quarter on a Josh Veal one yard run and Robert Davis extra point kick made it 7-0. Later in the second quarter, NCC scored when Jordan Taylor ran the ball in from the 5 yard line. NCC missed the 2-pt attempt making the score 7-6 in favor of the Falcons. The score remained this way until the fourth quarter. NCC took the lead by driving the ball down the field and scored on a Ryan Singer pass to Stephan Moore. The 2-pt attempt failed and the score was 13-7. The Falcons moved down the field and had the ball inside the 5 yard line, but were unable to punch it in. The Falcons had another drive, but an interception stopped the drive and NCC was able to score again on another Singer to Moore pass. The extra point kick by Zach Jeffreys was good and NCC had the lead and the final 20-7 score.

North Georgia: Team Review

The Falcons are led offensively by seniors Josh Veal and Jordan McDaniel along with Caleb Jefferson and Robert Davis. Games are won most of the time in the trenches where Michael St.Denis, Dane Tadsen, Zach Howard and Jonathan Ling have done their jobs. Robert Davis handles extra point kicks.

North Georgia nips NCC 26-24

Friday, the 13th at first, appeared unlucky for the Falcons from North Georgia as on the opening kickoff, Jordan McDaniel, went down with a severe knee injury. McDaniel is one of the captains and plays middle linebacker and running back for the Falcons. In no time at all, the NCC Crusaders air assault struck quickly with touchdowns on their first two possessions to take a 12-0 lead on the passing of Ryan Singer, one touchdown pass was to Stephan Moore and the other to Josh Thompson. The Falcons then drove down the field and a Josh Veal to Robert Davis touchdown made it 12-6 in favor of NCC. Another Ryan Singer pass, this time to Jordan Taylor, led to a touchdown and NCC was up 18-6. NCC again drove the field, however, Caleb Jefferson intercepted a pass in the end zone and the Falcons had new life. A few minutes later, Josh Veal’s pass to Isaac Scheidt in the end zone cut the lead to 18-12 at the half.

Both teams moved the ball up and down the field, but neither could score in the third quarter. With 11:10 in the fourth quarter, the Falcons again scored on a Josh Veal pass to Isaac Scheidt to tie the score. This time Robert Davis was good on the extra point kick and the Falcons led for the first time 19-18. On the next possession NCC looked like they would take back the lead as they drove down the field, however, Josh Veal recovered a fumble at the 2 yard line to stop the drive. On the next play, Veal rambled 78 yards and set up another touchdown pass. This time the score came on a Josh Veal to Michael St.Denis pass to make it 25-18. Robert Davis added the extra point kick and the Falcons led 26-18. NCC wasn’t done yet as Ryan Singer pass to Miles Hammond in the end zone made the score 26-24 and set up a 2-pt attempt by NCC. Ryan Singer’s attempt to make it into the end zone fell short. NCC had one last possession and they were able to drive into Falcon territory, but they came up short and the Falcons won 26-24 in one of the most exciting game of the season.

With God, there is no such thing as luck or unlucky, but there are such things as miracles! Turns out Jordan McDaniel did injure his knee, but miraclulously, there are no torn ligaments as originally suspected.

North Georgia defeats NCA 46-16

Falcons scored on their first possession on a 46 yard TD run by Caleb Jefferson. Josh Veal threw to Michael St.Denis for the two point conversion to make it 8-0. On the Falcons next possession, Jefferson went 65 yards for the score and the Falcons led 14-0. The third time the Falcons had the ball, Veal completed a 19 yard pass to Isaac Scheidt for the score (20-0). Jordan McDaniel made it 26-0 on a 2 TD yard run after gaining 34 yards two plays earlier. NCA got on the board with a 40 yard touchdown pass from James Roy to Wes Harmon. The two point attempt was good by James Roy 26-8. Another Josh Veal to Michael St.Denis pass scored the next TD to make it 32-8, then a Veal to Scheidt pass of 15 yards scored to make it 38-8. A Veal to Dane Tadsen pass was good for the 2-pt conversion making it 40-8. Tim Famillette intercepted a pass setting up the final Falcons scored in which he caught a pass from Veal and lateralled to McDaniel who took it in from 26 yards for the score. Falcons 46 NCA 8. Ben Malik of the NCA Lions then picked up a fumble and ran 60 yards for a touchdown to make it 46-14. The 2-point attempt was good by Jessie Stoutzenberger to make the final score 46-16.

North Georgia Falcons honored their 6 seniors prior to their game against Bartow. From left to right: Dane Tadsen, Josh Veal, Jordan McDaniel, Michael St.Denis, Isaac Scheidt and Tim Famillette>

North Georgia beats Bartow 39-0

In a game that both teams needed to win in order to position themselves for the playoffs, the Falcons came out on top. Both teams started out tight as Bartow fumbled on the kickoff and Robert Davis recovered the ball for the Falcons. Two plays later, the Generals Enrico Welborn stripped the ball away and Bartow took over. On the next play, Josh Veal of the Falcons recovered a fumble at the 35. The Falcons then drove in for the first touchdown on a 1 yard run by Robert Davis. Davis kicked the extra point and the Falcons led 7-0. The Falcons kicked off and Bartow ran three plays and then had to punt. Veal returned to punt to the 50 yard line. On first down, Robert Davis connected with Isaac Scheidt for a 50 yard touchdown pass. The Davis kick was good and the Falcons led 14-0 still in the first quarter. Late in the first quarter, Josh Veal scored on a 13 yard run and the extra point kick was good again. Falcons led 21-0. The second quarter saw each team trade possessions, but neither scored. Halftime score 21-0. The Falcons took the second half kickoff at their own 42 and 3 plays later scored on a 17 yard touchdown run by Jordan McDaniel. The kick was no good, Falcons 27 Bartow 0. McDaniel, three plays later, returned a fumble 38 yards to the 6 yard line. Caleb Jefferson caught a pass from Robert Davis and scored to make it 33-0. Later, Jefferson intercepted a pass and ran 18 yards to the 2 yard line. Jordan McDaniel ran the ball in for the final score to make it 39-0.

Christian Heritage offense vs North Georgia defense

Christian Heritage stuns North Georgia 24-22

The Lions from Dalton used their ball control offense and a tough defense to defeat the Falcons in a game that was exciting throughout the game. Christian Heritage scored first on a 27 yard field goal by Caleb Mahoney to go up 3-0. The Falcons battled back and scored on a one yard run by Josh Veal to go ahead 6-3 and then Josh ran into the end zone for the 2-pt attempt to make it 8-3. The Lions drove downfield and scored when QB Andrew Bonds, on 4th down, was able to sneak the ball across the goal line. The Lions went ahead 11-8 as Caleb Mahoney’s extra point kick was good. The Falcons took the kickoff and drove the length of the field just before halftime scoring on a Robert Davis 18 yard run to go up 14-11. Davis’ extra point kick made it 15-11 and that is how the first half ended.

The second half started with both teams trading possessions several times. Penalties plagued the Falcons and after trading punts, the Falcons were pinned back deep in their territory. Two more penalties put them inside the 5 yard line and on their next play the Falcons QB fumbled the ball and the Lions recovered on the 2 yard line. Christian Heritage scored when QB Andrew Bonds swept around the end. The extra point kick by Mahoney was good making the score 18-15 in favor of the Lions.

The Falcons again got the ball, but two penalties again stopped their drive and they punted. The Lions had good field position and running back Jarred Cronan scored on a 35 yard run. The kick was no good, but the Lions now led 24-15. The Falcons weren’t done going 66 yards in 8 plays and scoring on a Josh Veal 25 yard run to make it 24-21. Davis kick the extra point to make the score 24-22. An onside kick was recovered by the Lions and their ball control offense was able to run out the clock.
The Lions did not turn the ball over and were very efficient offensively, moving the ball up and down the field using up valuable time. It was a great football game for those who got to see it.

North Georgia rolls over War Hill 65-0

Seniors Josh Veal scored 4 touchdowns on runs of 25, 76, 27 & 34 yards and Jordan McDaniel added 3 scores on runs of 2, 15 & 12 yards as the Falcons ground game rolled for the 2nd week in a row. Josh had 170, Jordan 122 and Caleb Jefferson 129 yards rushing for the game. Riley Davis added a 4 yard run, Caleb Jefferson went 88 yards for a score and Tim Howard ran back an interception 60 yards for a touchdown. Kicker Robert Davis was good on 5 extra point attempts.

North Georgia Falcons defeated the East Atlanta Mustangs 50-0

Josh Veal scored 3 touchdowns and added a 2-pt conversion, Robert Davis scored twice on short runs and threw for two 2-pt conversions, one to Reggie Cherry and the other to Andrew Fleming, and Jordan McDaniel ran back an interception 55 yards for a touchdown and added a 2-pt conversion as the Falcons scored the first four times they had the ball. Ben Keeling scored the final touchdown on a 16 yard run in the fourth quarter. The Mustangs could not get their ground game going, but made good yardage on several passes they completed.

North Georgia Falcons – Roger McDaniel (head coach) call 678-313-6034 for information. Boys from Canton, Jasper, Alpharetta, and the west Forsyth county area should contact Roger about playing.

North Georgia Falcons Roster
#…Name……………Date of Birth..Age

1…Chris Simerly……3/10/1991….15
5….Josh Veal………..11/10/1988..17
7….Reggie Cherry….5.14.1989….17
8….James St.Denis…5/22/1991…15
11..Andrew Fleming..1/4/1992……14
14…Isaac Scheidt……3/20/1989…17
16…Wyatt Bailey…….5/11/1991…15
19…James Badgett….3/4/1990…..16
20…Zach Smith………9/22/1990…16
22…Caleb Jefferson…6/10/1989…17
23…Jordan McDaniel..9/27/1987…18
26…Robert Davis…….12/26/1990.15
28…Gabe Jefferson….3/8/1991…..15
30…Christian Jones….12/2/1991…14
38…Kip Deloach……..12/5/1991….14
40..Joshua Ling………12/31/1989..16
42..Dane Tadsen…….1/29/198…..17
44..Tim Famillette……9/14/1987…18
54..Michael St.Denis..1/23/1989….17
55..Jonathan Ling……7/14/1992….14
66..Zach Howard…….8/14/1991….15
78..Trip Mills…………..7/10/1990….16
99..Kris Setser……….5/15/1992….14
Injured..Peter Miller…6/22/1990….16

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2005 North Georgia Falcons Football Season (W-L 7-4)

North Georgia Falcons Homeschool Football Team Wins 2005 NACA Division 4 National Title

By Roger McDaniel
As we arrived at the National Association of Christian Athletes facility,
reality set in for me as a coach as I watched the deluxe buses from the
large Christian Schools roll in ..Nebraska, Missouri, Mississippi, Alabama, Kansas, Texas, Florida, and so on and so on. In last week’s article, this coach had all but closed the door for this year’s football season. I even went so far as to thank all of our local businessmen and women for their support and generosity toward the Falcons because I was thinking that it would be the final article that I would want to write about a game this season. Yes. The North Georgia Falcons had finished the regular season with a respectable record and one that earned them an invitation to compete for the NACA title. However, deep down I didn’t quite believe that we would be good enough and I knew we didn’t have the depth in positions as we did in our 2004 season to be able to go all the way.
As we traveled, my prayer was that our team would end our season with a respectable showing. Well folks, coaches don’t play this game on Friday nights. Young men do and I totally miscalculated the most important asset a football player has and that is his heart and the desire to win. The week of practice before we left, I was actually preparing my players to accept the fact that we were gonna have fun as a team on this outing. My players would come up to me and say, “Hey Coach. We’re going to win too!” At which I would reply, “Sure, but the most important thing on this trip is to have fun guys!” I’ve eaten a lot of crow in my day, but this plate of black bird tastes like prime rib! Our guys played superbly on offense moving the ball up and down the field when we needed points and not making mental mistakes. Our defense choked our opponents’ powerful offense and shut their running game down completely. The Falcons created turnovers when it counted and shifted the momentum back to us time and time again. I was in awe as our players would march down the field, score and then get on defense and stop our opponents’ fresh offense. These guys were like that ol’ bumblebee.. too short and heavy to fly according to aerodynamics, but that ol’ bumblebee flew anyway! That is exactly what our Falcons did. They flew above the competition when everyone thought they couldn’t (even this coach). The Falcons accepted the challenge from their coaches to go and play and have fun. They also dedicated themselves to climb the mountain and bring
back to Georgia the National Title for the first time since Valdosta’s
Lowndes Christian School won it in 1988.
Football is the greatest sport I ever played or coached. But as we all
know, it is just a game, and as a young man, my dad used this game as an illustration for the greatest game. That is the ‘game of life.’ As he
explained to me then, it also is played in four quarters but we can’t see
the clock ticking, so we don’t know when the game will end. Each of us had better be ready when the whistle blows… through faith in Jesus Christ. I witnessed over 100 young men from Christian schools, answer the call for Christ at this year’s tournament. Winning the title of National Champion is a wonderful feeling, but seeing those young men come to Christ is a feeling that is beyond description. Yes, we are the 2005 National Association of Christian Athletes Division IV Football Champions, but that fame is like a vapor that will one day fade away. The lives of these young men will forever be changed.
Thanks again to all of the community leaders who helped to make this
year’s North Georgia Falcons’ season a ‘National’ success. Falcons 42 –
Stallions 24!


1st row:Gabe Jefferson, Isaac Hirsh, Zane McDaniel, Riley Davis, Eric Hargas, Michael Jefferson, Peter Miller, Dan Lutz
2nd row: Reggie Cherry, Brad Baker, David Cruz, Robbie Farster, Jordan McDaniel, JJ Koch, Zach Howard, Ben Kirk, TJ Jones, Will Stewart
3rd row: James St.Denis, Andrew Gilbreath, Trae Cagle, Caleb Jefferson, Tim Famillette, Caleb Winchester, Caleb Gilbreath, Terrell Owens
4th row: Coach Roger McDaniel, Coach Hank St.Denis, Coach Dave Davis, Ben Harre, Robert Davis, Cody Bethel, Dane Tadsen, Michael St.Denis, Rocky Brown, Coach Jerry Redmond, Mgr. Keith Gilbreath, Coach Jeff Farster Not pictured: Josh Veal

Boys in Canton, Jasper, Alpharetta and west Forsyth contact Coach Roger McDaniel at 678-313-6034. To visit the Falcons website, click… North Georgia Falcons

North Georgia Falcons website: http://eteamz.com/NorthGeorgiaFalcons/index.cfm?subsite=2653226

2005 Falcons Roster

No#: Name………………..Age……..Ht………..Wt.

33….Brad Baker…………..14……..5’5″……..140
40….Cody Bethel………….15……..6’4″……..275
99….Rocky Brown………..17……..6’0″…….250
30….Trae Cagle…………..17……….6’0″…..166
7……Reggie Cherry………15……..5’5″…….160
4……David Cruz…………..15……..5’10″…..160
2……Riley Davis…………..12………5’1″……110
26….Robert Davis………..14……..6’1″……160
51….Robbie Farster……..18……..6’1″…….160
44….Tim Famillette………17……..5’10″…..190
55….Andrew Gilbreath….17……..5’10″….310
93….Caleb Gilbreath…….13……..5’5″…….140
16….Eric Hargis…………..13……..5’3″…….130
13….Ben Harre……………17……..6’0″…….150
1……Isaac Hirsh…………..14…….5’7″…….130
66….Zach Howard……….13……..6’0″…….220
22….Caleb Jefferson……15………5’8″…….150
28….Gabe Jefferson…….13………5’5″…….140
10….Michael Jefferson…13………5’4″…….130
20….TJ Jones……………..15………5’9″……145
78….Ben Kirk……………..15………5’8″…….145
6……JJ Koch……………….16………5’5″…….160
88….Dan Lutz……………..13……..5’8″…….130
23….Jordan McDaniel…..17……..5’10″……180
12….Zane McDaniel……..12………5’2″…….125
14….Peter Miller………….13……..5’4″……..130
8…..James St.Denis…….13………5’5″…….140
54….Michael St.Denis…..16………6’3″…….280
19….Will Stewart…………15……..5’2″…….120
42….Dane Tadsen………..16……..6’3″…….230
5……Josh Veal…………….16………6’0″……150
11….Caleb Winchester….14………5’5″……145

2005 North Georgia Football Schedule

Aug 20: North Georgia 0 NCC 14

Aug 26: North Georgia 20 NCA 10

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Sept 2: War Hill Warriors 58 North Georgia 22 at SCRA

Sept 9: East Atlanta 6 North Georgia 42 at SCRA

Sept 16: North Georgia 50 Bartow Generals 0

Scoring: JJ Koch by punt return; Trae Cagle returned a fumble for a TD; Caleb Jefferson and Josh Veal ran for a TD each, Josh Veal threw two TD passes (one to Robbie Farster and the other to Trae Cagle); and Robert Davis threw a TD to Reggie Cherry,

Sept 23: Georgia Force 42 North Georgia 8 at SCRA field

Sept 30: North Georgia 22 West Georgia 20 in Buchanan
The Falcons scored on a Jordan McDaniel run and made the 2-pt attempt when Josh Veal passed to Trae Cagle to go ahead 8-0 in the first quarter. Jordan scored again in the second quarter, this time from 6 yards out. The 2-pt attempt was no good and the score was 14-0. Just before halftime, Robbie Farster intercepted a Rebel pass. Robbie then caught a 15 yard pass from Josh Veal for a touchdown. Caleb Jefferson caught a Veal pass for the 2-pt conversion, making the score 22-0 at the half. West Georgia came back strong in the second half scoring on a 79 touchdown run by John Morgan in the third quarter. In the fourth quarter, Matt Thompson threw a touchdown pass to John Morgan and the lead was 22-14. A Thompson to Morgan touchdown pass, later brought the score to 22-20 with West Georgia in position to tie with a 2-pt conversion. On the attempt, the Falcons batted down the pass and then held on to win the game. Final score Falcons 22 Rebels 20

Oct 7: off week – no game scheduled for North Georgia

Oct 14: North Georgia 40 NCA 0
North Georgia secured a spot in the GFL playoffs with a 40-0 win over NCA. The Falcons were celebrating homecoming. Trae Cagle, Jordan McDaniel, JJ Koch, Josh Veal, Robbie Farster and Caleb Jefferson scored for the Falcons.

Oct 22: GFL Playoffs
Georgia Force 54 North Georgia 0

North Georgia Falcons website: http://eteamz.com/NorthGeorgiaFalcons/index.cfm?subsite=2653226

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2004 North Georgia Falcons Football Season (W-L 11-2)

The North Georgia Falcons finished the 2004 Football Season as the GFL Champions and the NACA (National Association of Christian Athletes) Division 4 Number 2 team.

The North Georgia Falcons were invited to the NACA (National Association of Christian Athletes) National Football Tournament in November, 2004. We were successful in making it to the Division 4 National Championship game, but lost 20-6 to the Asheville Saints in a hard fought game played in the mud. Despite controlling the ball most of the game and having possession 6 times inside the 10 yard line, we were only able to score one time. It was a great experience for us and one which we will not ever forget.

Named to the NACA Div 4 All Tournament Team were five North Georgia Falcons:

Colt McDaniel (Offensive End)
David Lister (Defensive End)
Jordan McDaniel (Linebacker
Josh Veal (Quarterback)
Michael St.Denis (Offensive Line)

NACA Div 4 Best Quarterback for the tournament
Josh Veal

NACA Div 4 Best Defensive Player for the tournament
Jordan McDaniel

Jordan McDaniel & Josh Veal were named to NACA All-American team

2004 North Georgia football schedule (Won 10 Lost 1) (Results)

Aug 27: North Georgia 28 War Hill Warriors 8
Sept 3: North Georgia 50 Hill Academy 16
Sept 10: North Georgia 28 West Georgia Rebels 12
Sept 20: Georgia Force 39 North Georgia 32
Sept 24: North Georgia 34 Barrow Christian Saints 14
Oct 1: North Georgia 32 NCC Crusaders 26
Oct 8: North Georgia 26 NCA Lions 14
Oct 15: North Georgia 36 War Hill 20
Playoffs
Oct 22: First Round
#1 North Georgia 24 #8 Hill Academy 9
Oct 30: Semifinals
#1 North Georgia 42 #4 NCA 14
Nov 6: Championship Game
#1 North Georgia 44 #2 Georgia Force 10

North Georgia Falcons win the 2004 GFL Championship

GFL Championship Game: #1 North Georgia Falcons 44 #2 Georgia Force 10
The North Georgia Falcons beat the Georgia Force 44-10 to win the first GFL Championship. The Falcons took the opening kickoff and on the second play, QB Josh Veal pass was intercepted. The Force then fumbled and the Falcons recovered. The Falcons marched 73 yards and scored on a 9 yard run up the middle by Jordan McDaniel. The 2-pt attempt was good on a run by Josh Veal (8-0). The Falcons stopped the Force on the next series and then went 45 yards and scored on a Josh Veal to Tim Famillette pass for 21 yards. The 2-pt attempt was no good. (14-0). The Falcons scored several minutes later on a Josh Veal to Colt McDaniel pass of 31 yards. The 2-pt attempt was good on a Josh Veal to Caleb Bryan pass. (22-0). The Force again was unable to sustain a drive and had to punt. Josh Veal returned the punt 90 yards for a touchdown and then scored on a QB draw to make the halftime score 30-0.

In the second half, the Falcons again got on the scoreboard when Josh Veal scored on a QB keep from 3 yards. The big play on the drive was a Jordan McDaniel to Colt McDaniel pass for 31 yards. The 2-pt attempt was no good (36-0). On the next Falcon’s possession, Tim Famillette had runs of 15 and 11 yards, before scoring on a 12 yard run. A Josh Veal to Caleb Bryan pass was successful on the 2-pt attempt (44-0). The Force then took the ball and Andrew Auton scored after turning a short pass into a long run for a score and the 2-pt attempt was good. (44-8) Several possessions later, the Force blocked a Colt McDaniel punt, however, Colt saved a touchdown by pushing the ball out of the end zone forcing a safety and giving up 2-pts instead of 6. (44-10) which was the final score of the game.

GFL Semifinals: North Georgia 42 NCA Lions 14

The Falcons advance to the GFL Championship by beating NCA 42-14 in the Semifinals. North Georgia scored first on a 5 yard touchdown run by Jordan McDaniel in the first quarter. The 2 point attempt was good a run by McDaniel to make it 8-0. NCA came right back to score on a QB sneak by Brandon Davis and were successful on the 2 point attempt to make it 8-8. North Georgia scored again on a 26 yard run by McDaniel and the score at the end of the first quarter was 14-8. The Falcons quarterback Josh Veal completed 2 touchdown pass in the second quarter passing 14 yard to McDaniel 20-8, then to Caleb Bryan for 15 yards to make it 26-8. The 2 point attempt was good and at the half, North Georgia led 28-8. In the third quarter, McDaniel went 48 yards for a touchdown and the two point attempt was good on a Veal to Bryan pass to make it 36-8. In the fourth quarter, David Lister scored on a 6 yard run for the Falcons to make it 42-8. NCA rounded out the scoring when Evan Emerson scored on a 10 yard run to make the final score 42-14.

First Round Playoff Game: #1 North Georgia 24 #8 Hill Academy 9

The North Georgia Falcons were able to hold off an improved Hill Academy team to advance to the Semifinals. North Georgia was able to take a 8-0 lead in the first quarter, then stop Hill Academy after they scored to make the score 8-6 still in the first quarter. At halftime, it was 8-6 as both teams displayed good defense. North Georgia was able to take the lead when Colt McDaniel block a punt and recovered it in the end zone. The 2-pt attempt was good and North Georgia led 16-6. Hill was able to march downfield and kick a field goal making the score 16-9. In the fourth quarter, Colt McDaniel again came up with a big play as he intercepted a screen pass and scored. Again the 2-pt attempt was good making the score 24-9. This was the final score.

North Georgia 36 War Hill 20

North Georgia 26 NCA 14
The Falcons celebrated homecoming with a 26-14 win over the NCA Lions. Scoring on the second play after the kickoff, Jordan McDaniel ran 65 yards for the score, 6-0. Just before the end of the 1st quarter, Josh Veal threw a touchdown pass to Colt McDaniel, North Georgia 12 NCA 0. After the kickoff, Josh Veal recovered an NCA fumble and ran it back to the 18 yard line. Three plays later, Veal scored from the 1 yard line and North Georgia was up 18-0. This was the halftime score as well. There was no scoring in the 3rd period, but North Georgia scored again early in the 4th quarter on long run by Josh Veal. The 2 point attempt was good when Veal completed a pass to Jordan McDaniel who rambled into the end zone. Score: North Georgia 26 NCA 0. NCA was then able to drive downfield and score on a Brandon Davis run. The 2 point attempt was good to make the score 26-8. North Georgia fumbled a few plays later and NCA was able to score again on a Brandon Davis run which made the score 26-14 and that ended the scoring for the evening.

North Georgia 32 NCC 26

North Georgia 34 Barrow 14

In a game that was close until 5 minutes left in the 4th qtr., the Falcons were victorious over the Barrow Christian Saints. The first half saw the Falcons score first on a 3 yard run by Jordan McDaniel, then Barrow came back to tie. Before the half, North Georgia scored again when Jordan ran 38 yards for a score and at half-time led 14-8. With both teams exchanging field position in the 3rd quarter, the Falcons scored again to make it 20-8, but Barrow came right back to score and make it 20-14. With 5 minutes left in the game, Jordan scored again to making the score 26-14. Barrow’s attempt to come back at this point resulted in an interception and return that led to the final score by Tim Famillette to make the score 34-14.

North Georgia 32 Georgia Force 39

You could not have asked for a better night to play and a better ballgame to be part of. The game began with North Georgia receiving the ball and driving the length of the field using up almost 8 minutes in the drive, only to be stopped at the 1 yard line. Georgia Force took over, but fumbled several plays later and North Georgia took over. The 1st quarter ended with the score 0-0. It appeared this was going to be a low scoring game. North Georgia drove the ball down to the 12, but fumbled and the Force recovered. Two plays later, the Force scored on an 80 yard run. Georgia Force was good on the 2 point attempt and the score was 8-0. North Georgia then drove down the field and scored on a one yard run. The extra point was good to make it 8-8. The Georgia Force came back down the field and settled for a field goal to make it 11-8 which was the score at half-time. It looked like this game was going to be a real defensive struggle. Georgia Force received the second half kickoff. The Force then scored again on a long run to make the score 17-8. After kicking off and stopping North Georgia at the 15, the Force was able to tackle the quarterback for a safety on a bad snap that sailed into the end zone. Force 19-8. The Force then scored again on a long run to make the score 25-8. North Georgia took the ball and scored on an 80 yard run and were good on the 2-point attempt to make the score 25-16. The Force then took the kickoff and returned it all the way. They were successful on the 2-point attempt to make the score 33-16. North Georgia scored again and were successful on the 2-point attempt to make the score 33-24. The Force were not done yet as they then scored again after a long kickoff return gave them good field position. Force 39-24. North Georgia then took the kickoff and marched down the field to score. A successful 2-point attempt made the score 39-32 with 3 minutes still to play. The Force got the ball, however, they fumbled after a few plays and North Georgia got the ball in good field position. They march down the field to the 10 yard line. On first down, a sweep around the left side resulted in a touchdown, however, the play was called back on a penalty which put the ball back on the 20. Three plays later the ball was on the 8 yard line and it was 4th and goal with less than 30 seconds to play. With the crowd on its feet, the pass attempt by North Georgia into the end zone appeared to be caught, but the referee ruled incomplete and the Force took over on downs. They ran out the clock, making the final score: Georgia Force 39 North Georgia 32. It was a great football game.

North Georgia 28 West Georgia 12

In the battle of unbeatens, the North Georgia Falcons prevailed. North Georgia started their second possession at the 50 yard line. The Falcons scored on a 6 yard Josh Veal to Colt McDaniel pass to lead 6-0. Two big plays in the drive were runs by Josh Veal for 18 yards and Colt McDaniel for 26. In the second quarter, Veal scored from the one yard line on the second play after passing to Colt McDaniel for 46 yards. Falcons led 12-0. West Georgia came right back and scored on a 47 yard John Marshall to Andy Thompson pass to make it 12-6. Just before halftime, North Georgia drove 75 yards in 3 plays to score again. A Veal to Colt McDaniel pass went for 30 yards. Veal then ran for 44 yards before scoring from the one. The 2 point attempt was good as Jordan McDaniel ran it in to make the halftime score 20-6. There was no scoring in the 3rd quarter. In the 4th, West Georgia returned a punt all the way to the 4 yard line, threatening to make a comeback. However, North Georgia was able to push them back and took over on downs at the 16 yard line. The Falcons then marched 84 yards on 7 plays with Jordan McDaniel scoring from 3 yards out. The big plays in the drive were a 22 and 33 yard run by Jordan McDaniel. Caleb Bryan scored on the2 point attempt to make the score 28-6. West Georgia kept battling and scored on a 26 yard pass from Jessie Patterson to Andy Thompson to make the final score 28-12.

North Georgia 50 Hill Academy 16

The North Georgia Falcons scored on a 4 yard run by Tim Famillette and a 22 yard run by Jordan McDaniel in the 1st quarter. The 2-pt attempts were good by Josh Veal & Billy Smallwood to make it 16-0. In the 2nd quarter, Josh Veal passed to Colt McDaniel for a 34 yard TD and to Caleb Bryan for a 6 yard TD to make it 28-0. Hill Academy then scored twice before the half and were successful in both 2 point attempts to make the half-time score 28-16. In the 3rd quarter, Colt McDaniel ran 14 yards for a TD, Josh Veal ran 90 yards for a TD, and Caleb Jefferson ran 20 yards for a TD. Jordan McDaniel scored twice on 2 point attemps and the score was 50-16 at the end of the 3rd quarter and also the final score.

North Georgia 28 War Hill 8

The North Georgia Falcons scored the first time they had the ball when Jordan McDaniel ran 28 yards. The extra point attempt was no good. North Georgia 6 War Hill 0. McDaniel scored again from 8 yards early in the 2nd quarter, making it 12 – 0. War Hill came back and scored on a sweep to make the score at halftime 12-6. Falcon player, David Lister, had a 55 yard punt return for a touchdown early in the 3rd quarter and the two point attempt by QB Josh Veal was good. North Georgia 20 War Hill 6. Still in the 3rd quarter, QB Josh Veal passed to Colt McDaniel for a 18 yard touchdown. The two point attempt, a pass from QB Josh Veal to Colt McDaniel was good and the score after 3 quarters was 28-6. War Hill scored on a touchback near the end of the game to make the final score 28-8.


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