ALPHARETTA, Ga. – The North Fulton Forsyth Touchdown Club capped off the 2013 football season with a year-end awards banquet and the Chamber Bowl Senior All-Star Game. Players from all over the North Fulton and Forsyth communities gathered to celebrate incredible seasons and to play one more game.
The banquet featured local legend Chris Reis as the guest speaker. Reis played football at Roswell and went on to win the Super Bowl with the New Orleans Saints. Some of the area's top players earned awards, including: Underclassmen of the Year – Trevor O'Brien (West Forsyth), Lineman of the Year – Nick Wilson (Milton), Special Teams Player of the Year – Adam Abdellaoui (Chattahoochee), Offensive Player of the Year – Grant Drakeford (Riverwood), Defensive Player of the Year – Bryce Grauss (Alpharetta), Player of the Year – Aaron Winchester (Mount Pisgah) and Coach of the Year – Mike Forester (Mount Pisgah).
The Chamber Bowl Senior All-Star Game was played at Riverwood High School and featured over 100 players from high schools across the area. The game finished with the South topping the North with a score of 17-9. The Defensive Player of the Game was awarded to Stetson Mayes of Riverwood. The Offensive Player of the Game was awarded to Kieron Ashley of Chattahoochee.