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.
Each week this season we’ll highlight a coach who made the epic comeback, won a milestone game, or simply out coached the other team. This week’s Coach of the Week features Jamie Rodgers of the Cook Hornets.
Each week this season we’ll highlight a coach who made the epic comeback, won a milestone game, or simply out coached the other team. This week’s Coach of the Week features Phil Ironside of the Worth County Rams.
The Pelham High School football team will not play its next two games against Cook or Clinch counties, after a team member tested positive for COVID-19, according to Floyd Fort, the superintendent for Pelham City Schools.
The Crisp County Cougars made history last year when they advanced to the state finals for the first time in program history. The Cougars told me if they want to make another historic run, they can’t get satisfied.