Paige joined the news team in May 2018 and is the sports director for WALB. Paige was born and raised in Northern Kentucky, just a few miles outside Cincinnati, Ohio. Paige graduated from The University of Alabama in Tuscaloosa, Alabama in May 2018. Roll Tide! She graduated with a bachelor's degree in telecommunication and film and minored in journalism and electronic news. Paige interned with Crimson Tide Productions, an Alabama Athletics broadcast company, all four years. There, she gained invaluable experience in production, post-production, editing, and reporting. She is also a member of the Alpha Delta Pi Sorority, Eta chapter. Her passion for reporting began in her early high school days, watching the New England Patriots with her parents and three younger siblings on Sundays. Paige loves spending her free time with friends, exercising and exploring new places. She was the Thomasville Bureau multimedia journalist and sports anchor and reporter for the station.
You could call Valdosta State softball’s 2021 season the Lady Blazers’ revenge tour. After the pandemic ended their season so abruptly the number four ranked team in the nation is roaring back with a vengeance.
The Lady Trojans from Lee County are gearing up for their first region championship since 2010. And for the first time in school history both the girls and boys teams are playing for the region title in the same season.
Albany State Men’s Basketball team is facing its first postponement since the season restart. They were supposed to host Savannah State University Wednesday night until COVID-19 concerns popped up for the Tigers.
It doesn’t take a First Alert Weather Day for the field conditions to become unusable at Dougherty County Schools. But when inclement weather does roll in, practices become increasingly limited for Dougherty, Monroe, and Westover baseball teams.
Nearly a year later, and opening day for the 2021 college baseball season is just days away. The Albany State Golden Rams are eager to return to the diamond and reclaim the conference for the first time since 2018.
After the National Signing Day, a lot of South Georgia talent is staying right here in South Georgia for the 2021 football season. The Albany State Golden Rams adding 12 recruits from the state of Georgia to their 2021 rosters.
The Irwin County Indians are gearing up for the 2021 baseball season. A team that’s seen plenty of Final Fours in recent years looking to make a return, despite the lack of experience on this young team.
The 2021 high school baseball season has arrived. Nearly 10 months after the 2020 season shutdown due to the COVID-19 pandemic excitement was at an all-time high as players took the field for the first day of practice in this new season.
March 2020, the coronavirus pandemic devastated Dougherty County. Nearly 3,900 people in the area contracted the virus within 9 months. Businesses shut down, schools sent students home and the community was closed off forced to social distance.