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Three park, rec teams compete in elite eight

POSTED: November 5, 2013 4:36 p.m.
For the Dawson Community News/

The Dawson County 10 and under Tigers will face off against Jefferson on Saturday as part of the North Georgia Youth Football Association playoffs. The team is coached by Chad Cofield.

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Three Dawson County youth football teams competed in the elite eight of the North Georgia Youth Football Association playoffs recently.

Mike McCarthy's seven and under Tigers defeated the Gilmer County Bobcats by a score of 12-0 to advance to play the Lumpkin County Indians on Saturday.

Chad Cofield's 10 and under Tigers proved too much to handle for the Chestatee Eagles, as the team won 24-12 to advance and face the Jefferson Dragons in the semifinals.

Coach John Kenny's nine and under Tigers lost a hard fought matchup with the Rabun County Wildcats and finished the season with an 8-2 record.




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