Exciting Night for the Paulding County Mens Soccer last Tuesday as they took on Chapel Hill. The JV team beat Chapel Hill 4-0 with goals.
Paulding County’s first All-Star Basketball Game was held this past Saturday at South Paulding High School. The games, organized by South Paudling coaches Gil Davis, Kelly Nye-Hickson, and Kip Dyer, were a hit, both with the seniors that participated and the crowd who came to watch.
Students Sign Scholarships: East Paulding High School had 7 students sign scholarships last week.
The Paulding County Lady Patriots improved their record to 9-0 for the season in girls soccer.East Paulding was the latest victim to fall by the wayside in a very competitive match that saw a very physical presence by both squads.
South Paulding won its first match of the young season 2-0 while handing Hiram their first loss.
Senior North Paulding closer Eric Goldstein delivers to the plate in the game against South Paulding. North Paulding moved to 5-1 on the season with a 10-4 victory. South Paulding fell to 3-3-1. Both squads enter region play this week.
2016 Paulding County High School Junior Varsity Boys Soccer Team
Patriot Brantley Mauldin delivers from the mound in action against Douglas County. The Patriot sophomore pitched 4 strong innings of scoreless ball as the Patriots moved to 2-2 on the season with one tie in the 8-0 victory.
PCHS begins their 2016 facing region rivals and state qualifiers from around the area. Building in the success of last year, the coaching staff hope to hone skills and play hard soccer.
Kaleigh Bickers signed a volleyball scholarship with Southern Union State Community College.
Two Golden Eagles men and one Lady Golden Eagle picked up All-GCAA accolades after the completion of the regular season, with A.J. Mosby making the first team, Aysia Grimsley making the second team and Ryan Davis earning honorable mention status for the 2015-16 basketball season.
The Georgia Highlands College Chargers have had a lot of pressure this season coming off a Final Four run last season. But the team has not disappointed.