The North Paulding Lady Wolfpack High School Varsity team wins big for the 2nd years in a row at the 2016 At The Rock Tournament on Saturday August 20th 2016.
The East Paulding Raiders suffered their largest point loss, 45-14, to the Harrison Hoyas. The Raiders have not seen such a large loss since 2004 against Rome (47-6).
The Hiram Hornets began their season on the road with a hard fought victory over the Kennesaw Mountain Mustangs Friday night at Scott Jones Field. The hornets stingy defense and timely big play capabilities gave them a 19-15 win.
The Paulding County Patriots hosted the Pepperell Dragons in a pre-season scrimmage last Friday. The score of the game went to the Dragons 28-21, but the outcome was not a priority.
Public Safety Night at the East Paulding High School football game on 08/19/16. East Paulding will be playing the Harrison Hoyas in a Region matchup between two good football teams. All public safety officials will be recognized at a ceremony during halftime.
The South Paulding varsity softball team rallied late and used a strong bullpen performance to defeat Paulding County 10-5 in the opening game for both squads at South Paulding High School on August 9th.
The Paulding County Patriots volleyball season got off to a great start as the Patriots swept the visiting Pepperell Dragons in both J.V. and Varsity matches. The J.V. won their match taking two games to none.
South Paulding High School Construction Technology Instructor Kelly Almond was sworn in as the 2016/2017 President of the Georgia Association for Career and Technical Education (GACTE) during the 69th annual GACTE summer Conference.
Georgia Highlands College officially welcomed Dash O’Neill as the head coach for the Charger baseball team this week. O’Neill joins GHC from Chattahoochee Valley Community College.
Ples C. Davis, CTI Coordinator, at East Paulding High School was named the 2016 Carl Perkins Outstanding Service Award winner at the GACTE Summer Conference in July.
The PC Pride, 10U travel team made it all the way to the finals and placed 2nd. The PC Pistols, 10U Recreation All Star team finished in fourth place.
The Associate of Science in Nursing program at Chattahoochee Technical College recently received initial accreditation from the Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing. Which validates the quality and caliber of the nursing program.
Georgia Highlands College kicked off the summer with another significant jump in enrollment. Those classes will be coming to an end within the next few weeks with a noticeable increase over last year’s summer semester numbers.
Madison Johnson From Paulding Gymnastics and Legacy Allstars is heading to Shorter University this fall on a cheerleading Scholarship. Great job and keep up the hard work Madison.