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Take Me Out The Ball Game!

By: Tejai Henry Finishing up 42-17 in their regular season, the GPC Baseball team is getting ready for another “scrumptious” season. Head Coach Stewart Bailey says the team is looking to pick up where they left off last season. “Last season was a great one.  Finishing 42-17, winning the GCAA …

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Jaguars rack up 15th consecutive win!

By: Rhett Lewis   The GPC Jaguars survived several second half flourishes by the Titans of Albany Technical College and were able to come away with a 63-58 victory Tuesday night. This was the team’s 15th straight win, which moves their overall record to 17-3.  The Jaguars are now a perfect …

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Jaguars maul Highlanders

  By: Rhett Lewis   The GPC Men’s Basketball team defeated Gordon College Thursday night with a final score of 80-54. This was GPC’s 13th in a row win putting their overall record at 15-3.  The Jaguars also moved to 6-0 in Georgia Collegiate Athletic Association following their victory. Shareif Adamu, …

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Women Jags 6-0 winning streak

  By: Rhett Lewis   The GPC women Jaguars defeated region foe Darton College with a final score of 57-45, Thursday night at the Decatur campus. The victory was a sixth straight win, putting their overall record at 10-5, which includes a perfect 6-0 mark in Georgia Collegiate Athletic Conference …

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Up close with Muhammad Abdul-Aleem

By: Berthella Peoples The summer is over, the season has changed, there’s a chill in the air and the leaves have begun to fall.  That’s right, the wait is over.  Basketball season has finally arrived.  Tuesday, Nov. 8 starts the season for Georgia Perimeter College men’s basketball team.  They are …

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GPC Self-recruit

by: Will Hess     Ashley Robinson was a highly touted recruit coming out of high school in 2009. The 6-foot forward played basketball at Millington Central High School outside of Memphis, Tennessee. GPC’s Head Coach James Waldon should be thrilled to have a player whom “Commercial Appeal” twice named …

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