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GVBB vs Inland Lakes

Story from Dennis Mansfield from MIPrepZone North:   The host Forest Area girls basketball team couldn’t withstand the tsunami created by Inland Lakes in the second quarter of the Ski Valley Conference contest on Saturday, with the visiting Bulldogs riding the offensive explosion to a 56-24 win. The hoops clash was originally slated for Thursday,

Sports Cancelled for 2-19-2015

All winter sports practices and games are cancelled for Thursday, February 19. The girls basketball game vs Inland Lakes has been rescheduled for Saturday, February 21st, at 1pm at Forest Area. Stay warm everyone!

Boys Basketball at Bellaire

Wednesday night the Forest Area boys basketball teams headed to Bellaire to take on the Eagles. The JV team walked on the court 4-2 of their last 6 games. The Warriors jumped out to an early lead and held it through most of the first half. The Eagles never gave up and clawed their way

GBB Hosts Mancelona

The JV and Varsity girls basketball teams welcomed the Lady Ironmen of Mancelona into their gym last night. JV kicked off at 6 pm and took an early lead, scoring 10 points in the first quarter. The scoring continued and Forest Area took a 19-8 lead into the locker room. The Lady Ironmen came out


The Boys Basketball game this Friday vs Pellston is in the running for 9&10 Sports Overtime “Game of the Week!” Use the links below to vote. Voting ends at 10:30 pm on Thursday. Spread the word and help get the Warriors some love on television! To vote from a computer, click HERE To vote via

Wrestlers Do Well at Conference Meet

This past weekend, the Warrior wrestling team traveled to Benzie Central High School for the Mid-Michigan Conference Tournament. As a team, the Warriors finished in 5th place, but had very solid results as individuals.   Records were as follows: Landon Elliott 1-1 at 119 lbs. (2nd Place) Luis Martinez 0-2 at 125 lbs. Caleb Sinkler

Girls Basketball Teams Sweep Pellston

Girls Basketball Teams Sweep Pellston Sophomore Grace White goes up for a shot against Pellston on Thursday. Photo by Mike White. Thursday proved to be an exciting night for the Lady Warriors basketball teams as they welcomed the Pellston Hornets into their gym. The JV team started off on a strong note, taking a 9-0


JV fell to Johannesburg-Lewiston 43-40 Wednesday night in a game that came right down to the wire.  Garrett Bybee-Mullins led the Warriors offensively with 14 points, Hollis Thomas pitched in 12, and Brandon Keiser added 8. The boys head to Bellaire next Wednesday, February 11. The varsity squad moved into sole possession of 2nd place in