Letting it fly: Centennial quarterback Chase Rosenberg (14) delivers a pass over North Forsyth defender Mason Quarles. Rosenberg threw for three touchdowns in the Knights’ 27-9 victory. (click for larger version)
Centennial’s Devin O’Neill has a leg, and teammate Lloyd Glenn (97) moves in to assist on a tackle of North Forsyth’s Nick Scott (27) after a short gain in the Knights’ 27-9 victory. AL LEVINE. (click for larger version)
Centennial defensive end Lloyd Glenn (97) grabs a piece of jersey to sack North Forsyth quarterback Harris Roberts (13). The Knights’ defense was stout in a 27-9 victory. AL LEVINE. (click for larger version)
Centennial receiver Patrick Inwood (9) handles the ball with care after catching a pass against North Forsyth. Raiders defender Trey Wagner (57) hustles to make the stop.
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October 31, 2012
ROSWELL, Ga. – The Centennial Knights defeated a Forsyth opponent for the third straight week, scoring a 27-9 victory at home last Friday night over North Forsyth.
The Knights are 3-2 in Region 6-AAAAAA and 3-5 overall with games Friday at Alpharetta and a home game next Thursday against Chattahoochee.
Even if the Knights lose to Alpharetta, they will likely earn the region's fourth playoff berth if they defeat Chattahoochee.
Centennial quarterback Chase Rosenberg passed for 325 yards and three touchdowns, two to Christian Robinson. A 5-yard TD catch by Robinson put the Knights ahead 10-3, and he caught a 9-yard scoring pass to make it 20-9.
Rosenberg's 9-yard pass to freshman Caden Herring closed out the scoring for the Knights, who also got field goals of 37 and 30 yards from Devin O'Neill.