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Education Is Top Priority

Our athletes have big games to think about and the pressure of meeting expectations. Even on game days, players must not get distracted while in school. Regardless of how big the match up is, players must focus on school work first. Senior Jags are shown in game-day jerseys completing an assignment in Mrs. McCoy’s class.

All Teams Schedule: Week of Sep 17 – Sep 23

Sep 18 Girls Junior Varsity Softball at Perry High School 4:30 pm   Sep 18 Girls Varsity Volleyball at Upson Lee High School 5:00 pm   Sep 18 Girls Varsity Softball at Perry High School 6:00 pm | Perry High School Sep 20 Girls Junior Varsity Softball at Upson Lee High School 4:30 pm  

Raider Team is a Georgia Powerhouse

The trophies in the JROTC department are always plentiful, and they will have a few more to add to their collection. For the first time in school history, Spalding High School has a Lady Raiders Team. I think it is safe to say they had a great time at their first meet in Grayson, GA.

Jags Blank Fayette County

The Jags football team traveled to Fayetteville and took care of business tonight. The defense played lights out. Final score 20-0. Great job Jags! Enjoy the bye week and remember…. let’s keep our #JAGSONTOP  

Fayette County….here we come.

The Spalding High football team is traveling to Fayette County tonight to take on the tigers. After a huge crowd at Memorial Stadium last week, we hope to see everyone in Fayette. Go Jags!!!  

Oh What A Night!

Senior Night was a win. The Lady Jaguars Volleyball defeated Jackson High School last night to advance to 11-5 overall. The Jags are still undefeated in the region at 4-0! #JAGSONTOP

Volleyball Senior Night September 13th

Come out and support the Lady Jags as they play Jackson this Thursday at 5:00. The girls have had a great year so far and would love for us to fill up the stands for senior night! See you there!

Future Jag Night was a WIN by Everyone Involved!!!

The Jags took care of business in front of a massive crowd of Future Jags. The Nick Davis led team won 35-16. Huge shout out to the coaches, players, and of course our Future Jags!!! The Jags travel to Fayette County next week. The next time the Jags play at home will be Friday, October

Future Jag Night: September 7th

Attention all Future Jag families….Please come to Memorial Stadium this Friday to watch the football team take on Henry County @ 7:30. See you there!