WELCOME TO THE 2014 GFC Football Season!!

2014 GFC Standings 9-27

Boys in high school, ages 14 to 18, interested in playing football, can call 770-714-5775 for more information.

Game schedule for Friday, October 3rd:
East Atlanta at Hearts Academy
Georgia Force at North Georgia

Game results for Friday, Sept 26th & Sat, Sept 27th:
Georgia Force 31 Kings Academy 26(non-GFC)
Johnson Ferry 32 East Atlanta 24 (non-GFC)
Sat: North Georgia 38 Augusta Eagles 6(GFC)

Game results for Friday, Sept 19th:
East Atlanta 30 Grace Christian 26 (GFC)
North Georgia 63 Hearts Academy 6 (non-GFC)

Game results for Friday, Sept 12th:
Georgia Force 43 East Atlanta 6 (GFC)
Grace Christian 16 North Georgia 14 (GFC)
Horizon Christian 42 Hearts Academy 0 (non-GFC)

Game results for Friday, Sept 5th and Saturday, Sept 6th:
Georgia Force 58 Hearts Academy 0 (GFC game)
Grace Christian 34 0Augusta Eagles (GFC game)

Game results for Friday, August 29th:
Carolina Wildcats 51 Augusta Eagles 0 (non-GFC game)
Dominion Christian 44 Georgia Force 21 (non-GFC game)
Grace Christian 44 Horizon Christian 0 (non-GFC game)
East Atlanta 34 North Georgia 14 (non-GFC game)

Game results for Friday, August 22nd and Saturday, August 23rd:
Friday, August 22nd:
Grace 62 Hearts Academy 0 (non-GFC game)
Holy Spirit 18 North Ga 8 (non-GFC game)
Georgia Force 39 Skipstone 20 (non–GFC)
Saturday, August 23rd:
East Atlanta 28 Augusta Eagles 6 (non-GFC game)

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Previous GFC/GFL Champions
2013 Augusta Prep Cavaliers
2012 East Atlanta Mustangs
2011 Holy Spirit Prep Cougars
2010 North Georgia Falcons
2009 North Georgia Falcons
2008 Christian Heritage Lions
2007 NCC Crusaders
2006 Georgia Force
2005 Georgia Force
2004 North Georgia Falcons

As you can see from the list above, our league has been competitive each year with many different teams able to win a championship. You can click on each of the teams in the upper left toolbar to view their schedule, roster and contact information. We look forward to a great 2014 football season.
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NCAA Eligibility for high school students looking to play College sports

Any high school students (public, private, Christian or Homeschool), looking to play a sport in college, must register and meet the eligibility requirements as approved by the NCAA prior to being able to participate. The information on acceptable requirements for GPA, SAT and/or ACT scores as well as the paperwork needed are found on the NCAA website. Below is the link to the website. If you have any interest at all, you need to register and get the information to them asap, especially if you are entering your senior year or are in your senior year of high school.

CLICK HERE TO VIEW THE NCAA WEBSITE

Division I Initial-Eligibility Changes – Class of 2016

The changes adopted by the Division I Board of Directors continue to use a student-athlete’s grades in high school core courses in combination with the student-athlete’s ACT or SAT score and core-course accumulation.

Prospective student-athletes who achieve the current minimum initial-eligibility standard on the test score-GPA sliding scale with at least a minimum 2.0 core-course GPA would continue to be eligible for athletically related financial aid during the first year of enrollment and practice during the first regular academic term of enrollment. Student-athletes serving this academic redshirt year would have to successfully complete nine semester or eight quarter hours during their first academic term to be eligible for practice during their second term.

For immediate access to competition, prospective student-athletes will be required to present at least a 2.3 GPA and an increased sliding-scale credential. Specifically, prospects need to earn about a half-point higher GPA for a given test score compared to the standard for aid and practice. For example, an SAT score of 1,000 would require a 2.5 high school core-course GPA for competition and a 2.0 high school core-course GPA for aid and practice.

Incoming student-athletes will be required to successfully complete 10 of the 16 total required core courses before the start of their senior year in high school. Seven of those 10 courses must be in English, math and science.

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