North Paulding Basketball

Weekly Update 2nd Week December

Pack Falls to Marietta in Overtime 44 to 38

Friday night we had a great student section as usual for a another region contest against the Marietta Blue Devils. We executed our game plan to perfection and I was very proud of our kids. We went into the half up 24 to 16 off a buzzer beater three pointer delivered by Josh Burke. We played proficient in the third quarter and went into the 4th quarter up 31 to 28. Both teams played a great 4th quarter and that carried into overtime. We lost the game in overtime 44 to 38. We played a excellent game on the defensive end and on offense we played with patience and efficiency. We made some key mistakes in the very late game that hurt our efforts, but we did not finish in the end. I really believe that everything happens for a reason and these close losses in the early season will play dividends down the stretch for our young basketball team. I know I am going to get an incredible effort from them every night and I know great things are coming for this group. Ethan Reid led us in scoring with 11 points and 7 rebounds. Chad Terrell added 10 points and10 rebounds for a double double for the night. Josh Burke and Gunner Williams did a great job knocking down perimeter shots.

Dylan Autenrieth Recognized Leaving Early for NC State Football

-Dylan is a senior now and will graduate in one week to attend NC State in Football

-Dylan is North's 2nd All Time Leading Scorer in just three Years of Play

-The Entire Blue Collar Team Miss Dylan on the Court, But Wish him the very best on His Awesome Journey Ahead!

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Paul Dabbelt Honorary Captain Marietta Game

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Pack Drops Loses to North Cobb On The Road 61 to 48

Tuesday night we traveled to North Cobb High School where we played a very talented basketball team. We went into the half down 34 to 27 in a game, where we were not able to get things flowing offensively. We struggled in the third quarter, but played very well in the 4th quarter. We dropped the game 61 to 48 to a team who many have picked to win the region this year on the road. Ethan Reid led the team in scoring with 19 points and 4 assists. Ethan settled back in and got back into attack mode. Josh Burke scored 14 points on the night doing a proficient job knocking down big shots at critical times in the contest.

Coach Dyer Speaks to Boy Scouts

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Boys Basketball Enjoys Watching Creed at NCG Theatre

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Coach Dyer's 2003-2004 Championship Team Honored

Maryville University Saint Louis

NCAA Basketball

Maryville honors the 2003-2004 Men's Basketball team

Jacob Broome Alumni Game is Coming Jan 2nd

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JV Team Drops Game In Overtime

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