Freshmen: Bay Eidson, Sunny Rich, Kate Wilkins Sophomores: Madison Clemente, India Harris (Not pictured), Natalie Najar Juniors Savannah Garrison, Taylor Kendrick, Alison Mount Seniors Queen Court: Korie Amritt, Jamie Beaty, Sarai Brooks, Jhane’ Jones, Morgan Haynes, Bre’l Mackey Seniors King Court: Jordan Anderson (Not pictured), Elijah Ayers, Raji Brown, Mitchell Kersey, Zach Kinard, Elijah Stelle
Dean College defensive star Ricco Aaron (Douglasville, Ga.) was named to the D3Football.com Team of the Week it was announced on October 4, 2017.
The East Paulding Raiders fell to Kell at the end of a hard-fought game. Kell upset the Raiders with a successful onside kick play in the last minute of the game.
The Paulding County Patriots improved to 2-4 (2-2) as they traveled south to Villa Rica 5-2(3-2) and upset the Wildcats on their homecoming game. The victory was a critical one for the Patriots as they needed a win in order to keep the hopes of a playoff birth within their grasps.
Dallas resident, Fallon Robinson, was crowned Miss Paulding County’s Outstanding Teen 2018 this past Saturday, September 23 rd , 2017. This was the 3 rd Annual Miss Paulding County Pageant, which is part of the Miss America Organization.
Hiram Cares is a program established by Hiram High School to address needs of the community and our Hiram family. This program has given funds to support families impacted by fire, floods, and other disasters. In early September, students from Hiram High School showed that Hiram Cares for Houston in support of those affected by Hurricane Harvey.
Hiram Hornets vs Villa Rica Wildcats (FINAL WILDCATS 24 - HORNETS 21)
Hiram Elementary celebrated a Week of Giving! The HES families brought in donations for families that were affected by the hurricanes and other families in need. Students and families brought in items that would help ease the loss of families.
The South Paulding Spartans traveled to Northgate of Coweta county to take on the Vikings Friday night in hopes of that elusive first win. Though the final score of 28-14 does not reflect the win for the Spartans, their efforts to show a win.
The Patriot softball team honored the Seniors on this years team last week. The Patriots had a busy week on the diamond playing 4 games in 5 days.
The Rome Wolves trekked south to Dallas Friday night in search of new prey. They met the Paulding County Patriots at Dave Hardin Stadium.When the final horn sounded there was little doubt this Rome team is the best team in the region and likely in the state.
Georgia Highlands College’s nursing program was ranked as the “#1 Most Affordable Nursing Degree in Georgia” by College Choice. This follows the program’s recent inclusion in GeriatricNursing.org’s article called ““30 Most Affordable Nursing Degree Programs,” and in 2015, being ranked second on a list of the 30 most affordable online RN-BSN degree programs in the nation put out by Great Value Colleges.
The Paulding County Patriots took to the road for the 1st time this season. The schedule found them traveling to Marietta to face a group of angry Longhorns that were winless on the the season.
The Spartans traveled to Douglasville to take on the very tough Tigers in hopes of gaining their first win. Unfortunately, the Spartans just could not get anything going on offense or defense.