East Paulding Girls Soccer team notched it's third consecutive shutout and defeated Woodland 3-0 on Friday. Skilled, speedy, and tough, freshman Ella Mitchell has been a difference maker for East this year. She joins All-Region teammate, Morgan Gramling and Catherine Basch on the back-line defending the goal for the Raiders, who have only given up 14 goals in 12 games this season.
Four students from Tema Hoskins, South Paulding High School Environmental Science program was recently chosen to present a poster at Upcoming Georgia Adopt a Stream’s annual “Confluence” conference. The students, Annabelle Renner, Melinda Downey, Destini Chambers, Lyric Portwood, and Montgomery Blake are presenting their project that investigated the disparity between the pH of the water and soil in the campus wetland and look at pH effects on plant health.
A resurgent East Paulding Girls soccer team played their best game of the season and handily defeated their cross-town rival Paulding County in an important Region game on Friday night at The Boneyard. In their first eight games, Paulding had allowed a paltry 6 goals. On Friday, East almost doubled that by netting five. Kim Black started the scoring for East and had two goals, while senior leader Lauren Bergevine put three in the back of the net, including two on Penalty Kicks.
First-half goals by the team's second-leading scorer, freshman Lauren Gramling, and Kimberlyn Black were not enough to hold the lead and the girl's Soccer team at East Paulding found themselves down late in the game to an opportunistic Cass squad on the pitch Wednesday afternoon.
Rome knocks off East Paulding Girls Soccer, 1-0 in a tough Region soccer match on Tuesday. In the evenly played match, East Paulding, despite multiple opportunities feet in front of the Rome net, could not score the equalizer in this important Region showdown at Home against Rome.
Hiram Stinger Battalion Drill Team Competed at the Annual State Qualifier (Regional) Meet hosted by Maynard Halbrook Jackson High School. The meet proved to be very eventful for the team as they placed in both male and female events.
The East Paulding Girls Soccer team began Region play with a tough 2-1 loss at Carrollton on Friday night The Raiders lone goal was scored by Senior Captain Kirsten Deaton. With several Division 1 college signees on their roster, the strong Carrollton club kept the pressure on the East defense all match long.
EPHS Girls soccer standout, Senior Captain Lauren Bergevine, is showing why she's a two-time All-Region selection. She pumped in 4 goals in a 5-1 East Paulding road game defeat of Wheeler on Tuesday. Freshman Lauren Gramling continued her scoring streak with a nifty header goal as well. The two have shouldered the Raiders' offense this season.
EPHS DECA heads to Orlando, FL in April for DECA’s International Career Development Competition.
Paulding Gymnastics Silver Team placed first at the 2019 Paws for a Cause Invitational! Over 1500 gymnasts from multiple states across the country competed at this year’s gymnastics event. Congratulations to Paulding Gymnastics for the huge victory and we look forward to the continued successes.
Georgia Highlands College was listed by Rice University-based publisher OpenStax as one of the top 10 schools that have served the most students with the adoption of free college textbooks in the 2017-18 school year. GHC was one of only two colleges in Georgia listed. The University of Georgia also made the list. To date, GHC has saved students over $6 million by eliminating textbook costs and providing free digital options.
A maturing East Paulding Girls soccer team dropped a tough 2-1 decision to a strong Marietta team on Friday. East put the pressure on during the second half and freshman Lauren Gramling found the net in her second straight game to tie the score. Marietta went on to score the game-winner later in the half and East was not able to overcome a well-coached and skilled Marietta team.
The North Paulding boys basketball team lost their first-round game in the state playoffs to a gritty Pebblebrook squad from Mableton by a score of 57 to 53. The Wolfpack fought hard and jumped out to an early lead and led 18 to 12 after the 1st quarter.
Chattahoochee Technical College Director of Counseling Cheri Mattox-Carroll has been named Counselor of the Year by the Georgia College Counseling Association (GCCA). A 24-year employee of the college, Mattox-Carroll is a licensed professional counselor, with board certification in telemental health, as well as a licensed certified professional counselor supervisor.