Paulding native represents at Kennesaw State
by E. Marcel Pourtout
mpourtout@neighbornewspapers.com
11:26 AM, Monday, April 20
Two years ago, Jeremy Howell was a standout baseball player for East Paulding High School, leading the Raiders into the state playoffs. The Dallas native has continued his strong play on the diamond in college for Kennesaw State University, where ...

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