The Paulding Patriots improved to 4-4(4-2) on Homecoming with a convincing victory over the visiting Cass Colonels Friday night at Dave Hardin Stadium. The victory sets up the Patriots as controllers of their own destiny. The hopes of the playoffs will come down to the season-ending matchup against East Paulding.
Local soccer team continues to help raise awareness by playing in their 2nd Annual PINK OUT soccer game Saturday, October 21, 2017, at Big Shanty Fields, Kennesaw, GA. SSA 08G Chelsea Black U10 Academy played for more than just the game. The girls are Coached by Head Coach Reggie Ayala an Alexander High School graduate 2011 and soccer standout.
Ragsdale Heating, Air, Plumbing & Electrical is proud and honored to be involved in supporting the future of our local community. We have always recognized the importance of supporting our schools, students, and facility and that is why for over 20 years we have enjoyed being a part of the future in many different ways.
Hiram High School Career and Technical Instruction (CTI) members attended the annual Georgia FCCLA/CTI Fall Rally on October 11 at the Georgia National Fairgrounds in Perry, Georgia.
Hiram Wrestling Team unlike others in the state has girls. Last season, we ended the year with five young women on our team and made it our mission to increase our numbers. Recruiting was the job of the returning girls. Presently, we have twenty-four girls on our roster, which I count as a huge success for the Hornet Wrestling Team.
The South Paulding Spartans welcomed the New Manchester Jaguars for the Spartans homecoming and looking for their first win of the year. The Jaguars held strong and denied the Spartans a score till late in the 4th quarter. The Jaguars took home the win 20-6 and held the Spartans to an undefeated season so far.
New Georgia Elementary bus drivers and monitors, and those all over the county are AWESOME!! Principal Sonja Nelson and Assistant Principal Andy Davis presented the drivers with a basket of goodies in honor of Bus Driver Appreciation Day.
North Paulding got off to a good start with 17-points on the board, then kept up the pressure to finish with a 24 - 17 victory.
The Hiram Hornets were the only team from the county to advance to the State tournament as North Paulding fell to Camden County and South Paulding lost to Alpharetta. Hiram made quick work of Southwest Dekalb and won the match 3-0 and advanced to the 2nd round where they will travel to Buford.
A flock of pink flamingos will be roosting on the front lawn of South Paulding High School's football stadium for our Pink Out game on October 27th. The flamingos are available for “adoption” for a small fee to help raise awareness of breast cancer and to raise funds to support breast-cancer care in our area.
The East Paulding Raiders contest over Woodline gave them a decisive win 41 to 21. The Raiders racked up 6, missed two extra points and made a 2 point conversion. John Estes passed for 2 TD with Dominic Burnam and Cole Brown receiving. John Estes rushed for 1 TD, Tyrell Robinson rushed for 2 TD and Jhalil Daniels rushed for 1 TD.
Some say football builds character and character is what defines you. If that is the case, East Paulding Raider’s character says they are winners without even looking at the score. The Raiders looked outward beyond the gridiron and made Brantley Dobbs, a 6-year-old young man with DIPG Diffuse Intrinsic Pontine Glioma.
The Paulding County Patriots like to play on grass and they like to play teams with Wildcats as their mascot, and they would love it if you schedule them for your homecoming. The Patriots traveled north this week to Woodland and with the Etowah River flowing as their backdrop the Patriots once again pulled out a victory.
Senior cornerback, Dillon Patterson had many tackles and a couple of pass break-ups in the game against Hillgrove. Senior running back, Lucas Mays had both of North Paulding's touchdowns in the tough loss against Hillgrove. All of the Sophomore kicker, Brock Travelstead's kickoffs were touchbacks at least 8 yards deep in the end zone.