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Gordon Lee Memorial High School Alumni Association and Whitfield Oil to host Trojan Run Weekend

Mark your calendar for April 25 and 26 for some "Trojan Fun" at the
3rd Annual Whitfield Oil and GLHS Alumni Trojan Run
The festivities begin with a Pre-Race event on Friday, April 25.  Beginning at 6:00 P.M.there will be food, inflatables and live music.  A FREE kids' fun walk/run will be held at 6:30 P.M..  Families are encouraged to come out and make it a family event by walking/running with your child!  All children who complete the route around the block will be awarded a medal.

On Saturday, April 26 there will be a certified 5K run and a 1 mile Fun Run/Walk.  Registration is available at active.com  (keyword:"Trojan") or the day of the race beginning at 6:30 A.M. The race will begin at 8:00 A.M. with the Fun Run beginning at 8:05.
Registration Fees
5k- $25 before April 25.....$30 the day of the race
One Mile Fun Run.....$15 before April 25.....$18 the day of the race


Come out and support this event as you support our schools. 100% of the proceeds go to the Chickamauga City Schools.
*View a the full poster of the events in our photo gallery for more information and contact numbers.

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Ragsdale wins third state title, Trojans finish second

GLHS junior Jonathan Ragsdale won the 113-pound weight class at the Class A State Traditional wrestling tournament on February 22 to become only the second Gordon Lee wrestler to capture three individual state championships. Ragsdale finished the season with a perfect 63-0 record.

Stihl Lance and Will Jacks each finished second in their division while Zack Murdock, Shane Farmer, Dylan Skipper, and Dallas Goodlet all placed third. Nick Wilson ended up fifth.

The Trojans’ team total of 131.5 points was good for a second-place finish.

GLHS Agricultural Team is successful in competition

GLHS Ag Sales Team and sponsorThe Gordon Lee High School FFA Agricultural Sales Team won its region competition in November and traveled to Fort Valley State University on February 8 to compete at the state level.  This was the first time an Agricultural Sales Team from Gordon Lee has participated in this particular competition at the state level. The team placed third overall in the competition. Team members are Kayla Motley, Emily Potter, Dalton Green, and Morgan Taylor. Potter was the top-scoring individual, receiving a perfect score, while Motley was the fifth highest-scoring individual out of 44 participants.