Flag football games have been cancelled for today. Games will be made up Friday, October 11th.
All Games @ Charger Field on Cartersville Campus
Remember to Bring Student ID's
Friday, September 20th @ 12:00pm Team B2B vs. Thaggard's Thrashers
Friday, September 20th @ 1:00pm Prime Time vs. Patterson's Peeps
Friday, September 20th @ 2:00pm Prime Time vs. Chupsters
Friday, September 20th @ 3:00pm Chupsters vs. The Other Guys
Monday, September 23rd @ 3:00pm Chupsters vs. Team B2B
Monday, September 23rd @ 4:00pm Team B2B vs. Prime Time
Monday, September 23rd @ 5:00pm Prime Time vs.The Other Guys
Wednesday, September 25th @ 4:00pm Thaggard's Thrashers vs. The Other Guys
Wednesday, September 25th @ 5:00pm Patterson's Peeps vs. Thaggard's Thrashers
Wednesday, September 25th @ 6:00pm Chupsters vs. Patterson's Peeps
Friday, September 27th @ 12:00pm B2B vs. Patterson's Peeps
Friday, September 27th @ 1:00pm The Other Guys vs. Patterson's Peeps
Friday, September 27th @ 2:00pm Thrasher's vs Prime Time
Friday, September 27th @ 3:00pm Thrashers vs. Chupsters
Monday, September 30th @ 3:00pm B2B vs. The Other Guys
Monday, September 30th @ 4:00pm Chupsters vs. Team B2B
Monday, September 30th @ 5:00pm Prime Time vs. The Other Guys
Wednesday, October 2nd @ 4:00pm Thaggard's Thrashers vs. The Other Guys
Wednesday, October 2nd @ 5:00pm Patterson's Peeps vs. Thaggard's Thrashers
Wednesday, October 2nd @ 6:00pm Chupster's vs. Patterson's Peeps
Friday, October 4th @ 12:00pm B2B vs. Patterson's Peeps
Friday, October 4th @ 1:00pm The Other Guys vs Patterson's Peeps
Friday, October 4th @ 2:00pm Thrasher's vs. Prime Time
Friday, October 4th @ 3:00pm Chupster's vs. The Other Guys
Monday, October 7th @ 3:00pm Prime Time vs. Chupsters
Monday, September 7th @ 4:00pm B2B vs. Prime Time
Monday, September 7th @ 5:00pm B2B vs. The Other Guys
Wednesday, October 9th @ 4:00pm B2B vs. Thrashers
Wednesday, October 9th @ 5:00pm Prime Time vs. Patterson's Peeps
Wednesday, October 9th @ 6:00pm Thrashers vs. Chupsters
Sign-Ups for Flag Football have now begun. Please sign-up on either the Cartersville or Floyd Campus. All GHC members that are enrolled in the Fall of 2013 can participate (students/faculty/staff) and members on ALL CAMPUSES.
Please contact the intramural staff if you have more questions!
Highlands students came for this year's Speed and Greet competition on February 14th at noon in the GHC Cartersville Student Center. The event held 45 second segments where students were able to meet and greet new people in a speed dating like format.
This years run was a test for next years athletic fundraising event. In 2014, the baseball and softball programs plan to invite GHC students and the local Bartow County community over to a venue, to be determined, where we will hold a speed and greet event. The will include students and athletes who volunteer to participate in the event, followed by an auction for a Valentines Day date.
Each student being auctioned will come with a gift card to a restaurant/venue where the 'dates' will be held. At least two students or student-athletes will attend the date, in a double-date format, to ensure safety for all participants involved. More info coming soon!
The Cartersville Intramurals students jumped in the vans, sponsored by student life, to head to the Rome Campus to cheer on the GHC Basketball Teams on Wednesday, December 5th against Georgia Perimeter College.
The women's team demolished GPC while the men's team were only points away from pulling away with a huge upset.
Check out the article Tyler Starr published in Georgia Highlands College's on-campus newspaper, The Six Mile Post. The article features information involving the athletic events, sponsored events, and community events featured by the Cartersville intramural program in the 2012-2013 school year.
Four lucky winners left the Turkey Day 3K course with a heavy load, that of course being a scrumptious butterball turkey.
Hungry... likely. The course was marked every .1 mile with examples of delicious items that are typically served on a Thanksgiving Day (1K being marked 'stuffing', 2K marked 'Pecan Pie' and 3K of course being 'Turkey', with many other delicious items in-between).
The course started at the side entrance of the student center, led up to the main parking lot before becoming a zig-zag like pattern in the lower parking lot (giving racers a good chance to size up their opponents and make a break for the lead). From the far parking lot the course looped back up to through the main parking lot and onto main campus where they runners would tour the front of the student center and the academic building before heading to the off-road trail. The trail started at the side entrance of the school as runners would head through 0.3 miles of bumpy terrain (Dean Hamrick, of the Cartersville Campus, and her husband were able to make it through the trail pushing their grandson in an equipped off-roading stroller) before coming out at the back of the school library. From there, runners would then make their final 0.2 sprint to the finish line thus, concluding the 3K race.
Ben Freeman beat his colleagues in the 1st Annual Madden Challenge (first time being held in the new student center). He walked away $20 richer (via a Game Stop gift card) as well as with a championship t-shirt.
The student center game room has four fully accessible television centers with corresponding game counsels (Xbox, Xbox Connect, PS3, and Wii). Students can check out the gaming systems, up to eight controllers, and plug it in to the TV of their choice. The televisions are also apple TV accessible, allowing students to watch Netflix and other programs from their handheld accessories.
The gaming systems are a nice addition to the two pool tables, ping pong table, fooseball table, and lounging areas that accompany the remaining space in the student gaming area.