The visitors scored two goals in the first half to take a 2-0 lead, when Lady Wildcat midfielder Katie Harris scored after following up on a shot. The score came with about 10 minutes until the break.
Both teams played tough in the second half and North Paulding did not take the suspense out of the contest until their third score came in the 80th minute.
Head coach Kyle Morgan said the Lady Wildcats may not have gotten the victory but they played hard against North Paulding.
"I was real pleased with the girls' effort, especially with them playing back to back games," he said, noting Woodland had opened its season Tuesday night. "We may not have had the legs tonight because of that, but we competed and I liked how we played."
He said that effort is important as the team prepares for a tough region schedule: "Hopefully we will get better with each game and be ready when region play begins."
The Lady Wildcats (0-2) play again on Friday when they host Paulding County.