Nearly 25 Dawson County youngsters, ages 4-16, attended the British Soccer Camp at Rock Creek Sports Complex last week. The sessions were held from 9 a.m. until noon, each day on the soccer fields.
The 8-year-old baseball team, NorX Tigers, based out of Rock Creek Park, took first runner up in The AllState All-American Wood Bat Classic over Memorial Day weekend.
Thursday put a cap to an undefeated season for the 9 and 10-year-old baseball team of Head Coach Jeff Cantrell.
Rock Creek Sports Complex sprung to life Saturday morning as hundreds of young athletes took the fields for opening day at the park.
The Dawson County Parks and Recreation 11-12 girls all-star basketball team won the District 7 Championship February 27-28 in Rabun County.
The Dawson County 11-12 Cheerleaders recently competed in the NGYFA-Cheer Expo in White County and left as champions.
The 12 and under girls' Dawson County softball team finished the fall season undefeated.
In June of 2008 Rock Creek Park was the host site for the National Alliance of Youth Sports, Academy for Youth Sports Administrators.
Dawson County Parks and Recreation has announced the return of fast pitch softball for the fall of 2008 for girls ages 7-14.
The 9 & 10 girls fast-pitch all-star softball team from Dawson County came home with a third place finish at the June 20-21 tournament in Jefferson. Pictured front row to back row and left to right are: Assistant Coach Brian Reed, Savannah Roper, Jessica Lovingood, Reese Powell, Kaila Burt, Sydney McGinnis, Emma Daniel, Head Coach Andrew Lovingood, CJ Dixon, CJ Burt, Brandy Torres, Jodie Downs, Madeline Moore, Kassidy Crowder, Assistant Coach Dena Crowder and Assistant Coach Jim Downs.
Dawsonville Lady Tigers 12 and under travel basketball team captured back-to-back championships at local tournaments in April.
Dawson County Parks and Recreation has named a new athletic coordinator.
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