Paige Dauer

Paige Dauer

Sports Director

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.


Recent Articles by Paige

War of the Border: One last chance for high school seniors to be seen by college scouts

  Irwin defends state title against Brooks

  Dougherty Trojans strengthen despite off the field challenges created by COVID-19

  Fitzgerald Hurricane looking to end state title drought next Tuesday

  Lee County Trojans, “We didn’t come this far to come this far”

U-Save It Classic basketball tournament tips off Tuesday afternoon

Semi-finals: Friday night football scores and schedules

Lee County ready to defend Trojan Field in the semi-finals

Coach of the Week: Don Tison of Clinch County

  The Coffee Trojans reload the buses for another road playoff game

Player of the Week: Marquavious Grady of Clinch County

Play of the Week: Crisp County Cougars Pick-Six

Crisp County Head Football Coach says ‘This game right here is for all the marbles’

Game of the Week: Cedar Grove @ Crisp County

  Coach of the Week: Casey Soliday

  Quarterfinals: Friday night football scores and schedules

Crisp Academy Wildcat signs National Letter of Intent with Georgia Southwestern

Crisp County ready to even the score Friday night in the quarterfinals

Brooks County Trojans return to quarterfinals for second straight year

Player of the Week: Colquitt County Packer Antwan Daniels

The Lowndes Vikings ready to prove why they deserve a spot in Atlanta

Irwin County Indians ready to make a statement in the quarterfinals

Two Lady Trojans from Lee County Sign National Letters of Intent

Team of the Week: Westwood Schools

  Week 2 of playoffs: Friday night football scores and schedules

Coach of the Week: Dondrial Pinkins pf the Pelham Hornets

Play of the Week: Brooks County Trojans returns punt for a touchdown

Team of the Week: Colquitt County Packers

Team of the Week: Tiftarea Academy

The Brookwood Lady Warriors are ready to defend their state title in 2021