‘This gym is out of this world’: Out-of-towners impressed by new THS facility

Troup County Excessive Faculty hosted 58 colleges Friday evening for state wrestling sectionals, making an influence on the economic system and giving the college an opportunity to point out off its model new multipurpose athletic facility.
A few of the colleges drove lower than an hour, whereas others needed to make a trek of over 5 hours.
Anthony Edwards introduced his group to LaGrange from Banneker Excessive Faculty in Faculty Park. His group was not spending the evening and was set to make the hour-long journey again to Faculty Park Friday evening earlier than returning to LaGrange early Saturday morning.
Wayne County’s wrestling group made a journey of over 4 hours to take part within the sectional event. The group is staying on the Consolation Inn in LaGrange and heaped reward on Troup County’s amenities.
“It’s wonderful, this gym is out of this world,” stated Wayne County head wrestling coach Thomas Swilley.
Clarke Central of Athens braved a journey by means of Atlanta site visitors to make it to Troup County. They booked rooms on the Baymont Lodge and had been spending the evening in LaGrange. Clarke Central Wrestling head coach Shane McCord additionally heaped reward on the amenities at Troup County.
“The amenities are nice, a few of the finest within the state proper now,” he stated.
The reward didn’t cease there as he was very appreciative of Troup County Wrestling Head Coach Drew Garner and the assistance he offered in getting the event arrange.
“The top coach for Troup County did an excellent job sending details about inns and sending us charges,” McCord stated.
“It was very easy discovering a spot near the college.”
Sadly, inns acquired booked up a couple of weeks in the past, and it was not really easy for everyone to discover a resort.
“One of many coaches from West Laurens known as and stated every little thing is offered out on the town,” Troup County Athletic Director Andrew Calhoun stated. “The closest resort he may discover was in Alabama.”