Dawson County coach Jimmy Pruett knows this final week of the regular season will determine a lot about the Region 7-AAA softball tournament. He knows a pair of losses in the final two regular season games can send the Lady Tigers, currently the No. 2 seed, as low as fourth in what is expected to be a very competitive tournament.
Up next for Coach Jeff Lee's varsity Tiger football team will be the Banks County Leopards, as the Tigers try and rebound from Friday's 51-6 loss to North Hall.
The Dawson County High School varsity cross country teams took part in the Lambert River Run on Saturday at Chattahoochee Point Park in Suwanee.
The Lady Tigers softball team split games last week in two big Region 7-AAA match-ups.
The Tigers will be back in action against a very tough North Hall Trojan football team Friday night in Clermont.
Dawson County High School has named a new baseball coach.
The Dawson County High School varsity Lady Tigers softball team improved its overall record to 11-5 with three Region 7-AAA victories last week.
A fall chill was in the air Friday night as the Dawson County High School Tigers varsity football team played host to neighboring Forsyth Central. The cool air seemed to bother both offenses as neither seemed to be on track all evening.
Coach Charles Beusse's boys and girls cross country teams competed at the Warpath Invitational at Boling Park in Canton Sept. 14.
A dominant defense and strong running game led North Forsyth to a 31-0 win over Dawson County at home on Friday in a non-region game.
The Dawson County cross country team is preparing for Saturday's Warpath Invitational at Boling Park in Canton.
Two triple plays in two games is almost unheard of in softball or for that matter baseball. The Lady Tiger softball team accomplished just that against Fannin and White counties last week.
Dawson County racked up 501 total yards of offense in a 27-13 win over visiting Lumpkin County Friday night. The Tigers are known for their spread offense, but Friday was a different story.
First year Dawson County High School Cross Country Coach Charles Beusse now has a race under his belt.
Dawson County High School Senior Dylan Forester crossed the finish line in first place Saturday morning at Chattahoochee Point Park in Suwanee. The initial race of the 2013 season was hosted by Lambert High School.
The Dawson County High School track team came off Spring Break April 8 and picked up huge wins over Lumpkin, Union and Fannin counties at home in Tigers Stadium.
The Dawson County High School boys' golf team won the Border Wars Tournament at Achasta Golf Club on April 8.
The Dawson County High School boys' tennis team defeated visiting Woody Gap High School, 5-0, on April 10.
Dawson County High School Head Coach Jed Lacey's boys' soccer team picked up a huge win at Wesleyan on April 11. The Tigers won the tough match with a score of 1-0.
It was one of the most memorable weeks in the history of Dawson County baseball.
Dawson County wrestler Gavin Brown was able to add another honor to his stellar career last week.
Spring sports will resume at Dawson County High School this week after taking a week off for Spring Break.
Three Dawson County High School Lady Tigers basketball players were honored by The Times of Gainesville last week.
The Dawson County High School baseball team had an up and down week.
Tiger seniors Lucas Pain and Levi Whitmire were named to the first-team Region 7-AAA All-Region team by coaches last month.
The Dawson County High School varsity girls' soccer team suffered its first defeat of the season last week.
Buford (5-6-1) scored two first half goals and the Tigers couldn't recover in a 2-0 loss last week at Buford.
Lady Tiger golfer Madison Caldwell led Dawson County to a win over Chestatee on March 20 at Chestatee Golf Club. Caldwell shot a 1-under par total of 35 to secure a 163-171 win.
The Dawson County High School boys' golf team is undefeated at 14-0 going into Spring Break.
The Dawson County High School varsity Tiger baseball team is back on the winning path following two victories last week.