South Paulding rebuilding after stellar 2013 campaign
by E. Marcel Pourtout
mpourtout@neighbornewspapers.com
05:29 PM, Wednesday, July 23
The South Paulding football team enjoyed its most successful campaign in program history last year, winning a record-setting 10 contests, tying for a region championship and earning a trip to the postseason for the first time ever. The Spartans pr...

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