COAL MOUNTAIN, Ga. - North Forsyth scored the final three touchdowns to complete a come back win over Shiloh, 42-34, Friday night.
The Raiders were outgained by nearly 100 yards, but forced three turnovers, including a scoop-and-score in the final 90 seconds to ice the game.
Logan Curry caught three touchdown passes on the night, including the first score of the game just 100 seconds into the night to put the Raiders up, 7-0. After Shiloh scored four minutes later, Curry hauled in a 34-yard pass to push the lead out to 14-6.
Shiloh scored the next 20 points on three touchdown passes that went through the middle two periods before North Forsyth was able to score again in the fourth on a 59-yard pass to Curry that cut the lead down to 26-21. After Shiloh scored to take a 13-point lead, Collin Miller started the come back with a 3-yard touchdown that trimmed the lead down to 34-28.
Karson McBrayer would then score with 1:51 left for North Forsyth on a 23-yard pass before Chris Herrock scooped up the fumble to win the game.
West Roberts finished the night 18-for-30 passing for 317 yards and four touchdowns.
North Forsyth will be off next week before hosting Lanier in two weeks.