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#20 - Marist High School

The War Eagles come into the 2021 season off a 3-3 shortened 2020 season. The Blue and Gold posted a three game winning streak last season highlighted by a one-goal win over Dunwoody.

Marist opens up the 2021 season on the road at Pope High School and will face off against Chamblee in late March to open up Region play.

#19 - Mill Creek High School

The Hawks enter the 2021 season with key players returning all over the field. With six returners landing on the offensive half of the field, the Hawks have a wealth of experience handling the ball.

After big wins in 2020 over GAC, Parkview, and Etowah, Mill Creek will look to build off of those successes and return stronger against non-region opponent Buford, who outlasted the Hawks by a single goal in their final contest of 2020.

#18 - West Forsyth

For 2021, the Wolverines are looking to their roster of returners to bring success to the team. This group has helped to cultivated a competitive culture to the West Forsyth lacrosse team. Of this large returning class, the Wolverines welcome back six All-County players to the line-up.

West Forsyth opens the 2021 season on the road against the Wolves of Buford HS, and while all games are important, Coach Tallman and his team are excited to get into Area play in March.

#17 - Harrison High School

The Hoyas finished the 2020 season with a 5-4 record highlighted by a scrappy 8-7 win over Jesuit High School in Tampa, FL. Harrison will look to the senior class to carry the leadership responsibility on and off the field in hopes of reaching new heights for the Hoyas program.

Seniors Evan Voss (A) and Ethan Perlakowski (A) will lead the offensive side of the ball. Senior Jed Fox (G) will lead the defense from between the pipes as the Hoyas compete against top teams in the state. 

#16 - John Creek High School

The Gladiators capped of the 2020 season with a road win over North Gwinnett to finish the season 3-2. With talent across the field, the team has set the expectation of themselves to be team first and not counted out in the playoff discussion.

Johns Creek faces off against South Forsyth on the road to open up the 2021 campaign.