Head Coach Rhonda Sillesky continues to see improvement with her eighth grade girls basketball team at Riverview Middle. Despite the improvement the Lady Eagles dropped a close contest to Clear Creek last week, 37-32.
The Dawson County Middle School eighth grade girls' basketball team continues to destroy its opponents. The team dominated in a 55-10 win over Pickens Middle last week in Dawsonville. Coach Tina Brown used a stifling full court press to open up a 16-4 first quarter lead. The Lady Tigers continued to pour it on the offense and extended the lead to 25-points at halftime, 33-8.
Head Coach Tina Brown and her eighth grade Lady Tigers basketball team opened the season with a huge 43-11 victory over Riverview Middle last week. Karlie Bearden led all Dawson Middle players in scoring with 18 points.
The Dawson County Middle School eighth grade boys basketball team won its first game of the season, 46-18, over Riverview Middle last week. The Tigers held a commanding 19-9 halftime lead over the Eagles in a game played at Riverview, Nov. 8.
The Dawson County Middle School Lady Tigers seventh grade basketball team opened the season with a 25-9 win over cross-county rival Riverview Middle School last week. The Lady Tigers jumped out to an 11-2 first quarter lead and never looked back in the Nov. 8 game.
Dawson County Middle School seventh grade boys basketball coach Steven Moates' team was impressive in a 35-8 clobbering of Riverview Middle last week. The Tigers pitched a shutout in the first half of the Nov. 8 contest, holding a 19-0 lead.
The Dawson County Middle School wrestling team will open the season against cross-county rival Riverview Middle School this Thursday. The match will begin at 4:30 p.m. Nov. 3 at Riverview Middle School.
Riverview Middle School's football season ended with a 20-14 overtime loss to visiting Pickens County Middle last week. The game was replayed in its entirety Sept. 26 after a Sept. 22 game was called at halftime due to bad weather.
Threatening skies tormented the Riverview Middle School football team Sept. 22 in the team's final regular season game with visiting Pickens County Middle. After two quarters of play, administrators and game officials decided to call the game due to lightning.
Weather played havoc with Dawson County Middle School's football game at home with Fannin County last week. The game was called at halftime due to lightning and thunderstorms approaching the area. The game did not turn out as planned for the Tigers, as the team dropped a 28-0 decision to a strong Rebels team.
The Dawson County Middle School football team needed a win over visiting Jasper Middle School last week to gain some momentum going into the Mountain League playoffs. However, the Dragons used a strong running game to bounce the Tigers 38-16, Thursday.
Riverview Middle School is off to a rough start this football season. The Eagles fell to 0-3 with a 36-6 loss to Clear Creek Middle School last week in Dawsonville. The only touchdown for Riverview came on a 60-yard kickoff return by Mateo Fritz.
Dawson County Middle School used a ball control offense to come away with a 14-6 win at Pickens County Middle School last Thursday. The Tigers used five different running backs on offense.
Offensively the Riverview Middle School Eagles could not muster up any scoring against Jasper Middle School last week. The Eagles didn't pick up a first down until 3:15 of the second quarter as the team was shutout by the Dragons 40-0.
For the first time this season, Riverview Middle School head softball coach Jeff Compton said his team played up to its potential. "It was very exciting to see the Riverview Eagles play like I know they can play," Compton said.
The Dawson County Middle School eighth grade Lady Tigers basketball team defeated cross-county rival Riverview Middle by a 38-18 score Dec. 6.
Riverview and Dawson County middle schools eighth grade boys basketball teams squared off Dec. 6 at DCMS. The game was close throughout, but the undefeated Riverview Eagles prevailed to pull out the 50-37 win over the Tigers.
Coach Mark Thomason's eighth grade Riverview Middle School Eagles boys' basketball team remains undefeated following wins over Jasper and Clear Creek.
The Riverview Middle School seventh grade boys basketball team tried to use a fourth quarter rally to pull out a win over Jasper Middle School Nov. 19.
Dawson County Middle School eighth grade girls' basketball coach Tina Brown's team remains undefeated following two recent wins.
The Dawson County Middle School eighth grade boys' basketball team lost a heartbreaker, 47-44, to Pickens County Middle on Nov. 21.
Dawson County Middle School Coach Nichole Green's seventh grade Lady Tigers defeated Pickens County Middle, 31-30, Nov. 21.
The seventh grade Tigers from Dawson County Middle School fell to Pickens County Middle by a 35-11 score on Nov. 21.
The Riverview Middle school eighth grade girls basketball team won a thriller over Jasper Middle School on Nov. 21.
The Riverview Middle School seventh grade girls basketball team dropped two games last week to Jasper Middle, 24-10, on Nov. 21, and Clear Creek, 32-18, on Nov. 22.
Held in check for much of the ballgame, Cullen Reed hit the biggest shot of his career. The Riverview eighth-grader grabbed a rebound off of a missed free throw, took two dribbles and launched a shot from beyond half court. The shot touched nothing but net as Coach Mark Thomason's team stormed the floor as the Eagles took a 33-32 win over Lumpkin County Middle School on Saturday afternoon.
It was a tough week for the Riverview Middle School seventh grade boys basketball team. The Eagles dropped a 45-24 loss to Pickens Middle on Nov. 14 and lost 38-25 at Lumpkin on Nov. 16.
The Dawson County Middle School eighth grade boys basketball team moved to 2-0 with a 39-33 win over Fannin County last week in Dawsonville.
The Dawson County Middle School seventh-grade basketball teams played Fannin County Middle School last week.
The Riverview Middle School basketball teams opened their seasons on Saturday with a full slate of games against visiting Lumpkin County.