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Lady Jags place seventh in nation

By William Pauldo – Decatur Managing Editor After winning several difficult games in Kansas during the National Junior College Athletic Association national tournament, GPC’s Lady Jaguars finished seventh in the nation. The Lady Jags advanced to the NJCAA finals after becoming the Region 17 champions after defeating Spartanburg Methodist College …

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Softball starts with success

Staff Reports The Lady Jaguars Softball team had quite a start to their season with a 7-3 record after their loss to Columbia state on Feb. 26. The team appears to be on top of their game with domination in the Wallace State-Hanceville tournament, which took place in Alabama Feb. …

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Sport Highlights

By Ricky Riley – Clarkston Managing Editor “We made the big noise in junior college tennis,” said Tennis Coach Nait Omar, of the 2010 season. “This sends a good message to the teams on our schedule that GPC is back at the level they once were. This is big-time. People …

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Jags fall short

By Randy Schafer – Dunwoody Campus News Editor The Men’s GPC Jaguars battled through the regular season and the first round Region 17 tournament game, only to fall one game short of making it to the championship, ending with a 21-11 record. For the second year in a row, the …

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99-48 win advances Lady Jags to NJCAA tournament

By Adam Waldorf, William Pauldo and Antonio Garay – Collegian Staff The Lady Jaguars dominated Spartanburg Methodist College in the NJCAA District J championship game. They will now move on to the NJCAA tournament, which takes place on March 15-19 in Salina, Kansas. The Lady Jaguars won 99-48. After helping …

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Lady Jags advance to nationals

The Lady Jaguars dominated Spartanburg Methodist College in the NJCAA District J championship game. They will now move on to the NJCAA tournament, which takes place on March 15-19 in Salina, Kansas. The Lady Jaguars won 99-48. After helping the team cut down the net, leading scorer Ry’van Buchanan said, …

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GPC Tennis on the Rise?

By Ricky Riley-  Clarkston Managing Editor We made the big noise in junior college tennis,” said Tennis Coach Nait Omar, of the 2010 season. “This sends a good message to the teams on our schedule that GPC is back at the level they once were. This is big-time. People are …

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Jaguar’s Men Tennis call for Victory

By Hermila Becerra -Contributing Writer Jaguar men’s tennis is back again! Georgia perimeter college men’s tennis took the victory as they shutout Spartanburg Methodist College 9-0 in the seasons first victorious win! GPC’s Brien Le had an awesome thriller tie breaker which was a secure shutout for GPC. Le took …

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