Friday, February 15, 2013
The game winning half court shot by Shiloh's Nate Mason got a strong reaction from the former NBA player.
Nate Mason, a junior at Shiloh High School, made a last minute shot that got superstar Shaquille O'Neill out of his seat during the Montverde Academy Invitational in Florida. O'Neill is now an NBA analyst. The invitational was played near his Florida home. The play sealed the deal against Baltimore's St. Francis Academy, resulting in a 65-64 game in late January. According to Gwinnett Prep Sports, Mason finished with 23 points and five assists in the victory. The Shiloh Generals basketball team has been named as one of the top ten teams in Georgia by AllMetroHoops.com.
Thursday, October 27, 2011
Where's Brookwood? Grayson may find out Friday night.
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: King’s Ridge 21, Mount Pisgah 20 (actual score, King’s Ridge 20, Mount Pisgah 14, OT); Tucker 50, Redan 10 (actual score, Tucker 54, Redan 7). Last week’s worst picks: Forsyth Central 28, Creekview 27 (actual score, Creekview 27, Forsyth Central 17); Parkview 21, Brookwood 20 (actual score, Brookwood 23, Parkview 19). Last week's record: 20-2. Overall record: 163-42-1. Are you ready for another round of picks? Brookwood at Grayson: Talk of this game has included the feuding …
Friday, August 26, 2011
In taking over the reins of Shiloh's football program, first-year Coach Brian Montgomery faces one of the toughest rebuilding tasks in Georgia high school football with no returning starters.
Coach Brian Montgomery moves over from North Atlanta High School to Shiloh, where he faces one of the most challenging jobs in Georgia high school football -- rebuilding a 1-9 team that has no starters returning while installing brand new offensive and defensive schemes. And, oh by the way, Montgomery will have to do all that in one of the state's toughest regions, 8-AAAAA where winning is expected and state championships are frequent. For a coach, who has such a difficult road ahead, Montgomery is pretty upbeat. "I won't know how good we can do until they hit the field, but I think we can have a real good season," he said recently. Stacey Butts, president of Shiloh Touchdown Club, Inc., said she has confidence in Montgomery. "Our players …