It was an up and down week for Head Coach Thad Burgess and his Tiger basketball team last week. In a rescheduled make-up game with Union County, the Tigers were victorious with a convincing 53-43 win.
The Lady Tiger junior varsity basketball team defeated Union County 30-24 last Wednesday in Dawsonville.
The Dawson County Lady Tiger basketball team moved to 10-4 on the season with two wins last week.
Jefferson High School went into the Area 8-AA Duals tournament as the No. 1-seed on Monday at Riverside Military Academy in Gainesville.
The Dawson County High School junior varsity boys basketball team lost to Lambert High School 60-25 last Tuesday in Dawsonville.
The Dawson County High School varsity Tiger basketball team picked up two wins last week.
Chad Cunningham, Tennessee Volunteer football player and former Dawson County High School football star, has entered his name in the record books. Cunningham is listed on the career punting list as the number eight punter in Tennessee history.
The Georgia High School Association recently announced the new region alignments for member schools beginning next fall.
The 27th annual Amicalola Classic wrestling tournament was held Jan. 1 and 2 at Dawson County High School. The tournament was a huge success with Gilmer County taking the team championship.
Tiger wrestler James Evans captured a first place tournament champion's medal at the Walnut Grove Invitational on Saturday, Dec. 19. Evans wrestles in the 112-pound weight class. He finished the tournament with an impressive 6-1 record.
Head Coach Thad Burgess and his varsity Tiger basketball team were licking their wounds after losing their top 10 ranking in AA.
The Dawson County High School junior varsity girls basketball team picked up two big wins last week.
Since being ranked No. 10 in AA, Dawson County has fallen on rough times.
It was a long tiring week for the Dawson County Lady Tiger varsity basketball team. The Lady Tigers made two long road trips. The team travelled to Walnut Grove on Tuesday night, a 52-31 defeat, and to East Jackson on Friday night, a 39-38 win.
The Lady Tigers keep finding a way to win. Last week was a perfect example, as Head Coach Steve Sweat and the team won two close games over Banks County 42-39, and Jefferson, 37-35. The team's only hiccup was a 50-42 loss to White County on Saturday.
Dawson County was able to get just one game in last week due to the rain.
The Dawson County High School track teams held the last regular season meet of the season at Tigers Stadium April 14.
On a rainy and sloppy Friday afternoon the Dawson County Lady Tigers defeated Franklin County, 10-0, in a game that was shortened 28-minutes by the Georgia High School Association "mercy rule."
For the first in Dawson County High School's history, the boys' tennis team has made it to the state playoffs in Class AAA.
The Dawson County High School varsity boys' soccer team is getting hot at just the right time. The Tigers have won four straight games and five of the last six as they prepare for the Class AAA state playoffs, which are set to begin this week.
As the regular season for soccer begins to wind down, both Dawson County teams are vying for position in the upcoming Class AAA state tournament.
The Dawson County High School boys' golf team traveled to Hilton Head, S.C. during Spring Break to take on some stiff competition.
The Dawson County High School Tigers baseball team needed to win two out of three games during Spring Break to keep them in the playoff hunt.
Last week's varsity girls' soccer match-up between the Dawson County Lady Tigers and the Lumpkin County Lady Indians pitted two of the top-ranked teams in Class AAA against each other.
The Dawson County High School varsity Tigers soccer team overcame Lumpkin County 2-0 March 31 in Dahlonega.
Just when things were looking bleak for the varsity Tigers' baseball team, Dawson County pulled out an 8-4 win against West Hall in 12 innings in a game played April 3 in Gainesville.
The Dawson County High School boys' tennis team lost two matches last week.
Dawson County High School's Steve Sweat, who coached the Lady Tigers to a history-making, undefeated regular season in 2015, confirmed today that he will be retiring at the end of June.
One local quarterback made Dawson County High School history when he signed as its first international scholarship athlete last week.
The Dawson County High School varsity Lady Tigers' soccer team won both games last week in convincing fashion.