"To be the best, you have to play the best," is an old saying that coaches throw around a lot. It means to win championships your team has to play championship teams. That's what the Dawson County Lady Tiger golf team did last week.
The Tigers soccer team traveled to Jekyll Island March 13 - 15 to participate in the Tournament of Champions Invitational.
The Tigers fell to 3-5 overall, and more importantly 2-2 in Region 8-AA play, last week.
Tiger football player Jacob Perry signed a letter of intent to play at Campbellsville University in Kentucky last week.
Former Dawson County Tiger wrestler Thomas Kimbrell was named to one of 52 total at-large qualifiers for the 2009 NCAA Division-I Wrestling National Championships, announced Wednesday, March 11 by the NCAA.
The Dawson County Lady Tiger golf team improved to 5-0 on the season with three wins last week.
For the second time in two weeks the Tiger golf team set a new 9-hole school record.
Head Coach Jimmy Pruett and his Dawson County Tiger baseball team know in order to get deep into the playoffs they must play good baseball teams.
The Dawson County boys' and girls' track teams competed in their first tri-meet of the season Thursday, March 5 at Pickens County High School. Gilmer County was the third team at the meet.
Lady Tiger Charley Whitmire overcame a tough front nine to finish fourth individually in the girls division in the Coal Mountain Golf Classic Saturday at Hampton Golf Club.
Head Coach Rick Corwin and his Lady Tiger soccer team had a very successful week.
Dawson County traveled to City Park in Gainesville (6-1) last Tuesday to face a strong Red Elephant team.
The Riverview Middle School girls' soccer team started the season off with a bang, winning its first game 5-1 over Fannin County Middle School last Tuesday.
Dawson County defeated Fannin County last Tuesday, 160-179, in a match played at Crystal Falls Golf Course in Dawsonville. It was the first win of the season for the Tigers (1-1).
The Dawson County Middle School boys' soccer team won its first game last Tuesday in Dawsonville. The Tigers defeated Gilmer County/Clear Creek by a 4-0 score.
After Thursday's 26-22 scrimmage game win over Chestatee Middle School, it looks like Coach Benjy Edwards' team is ready for the season to begin.
After seven games the Lady Tigers softball team remains undefeated.
Friday night was the final tune-up for the Dawson County High School football team, but the game with North Hall at Tigers Stadium didn't go exactly as Head Coach Jeff Lee had planned.
Dawson County High School's cross country season kicks off Saturday at Chestatee High School.
Coach Jeff Compton got a great look at his Dawson County Middle School softball team last Friday.
Offensively, the Lady Tigers softball team is on fire.
Trailing by 21 as half time neared, the Dawson County Tigers mounted a comeback but fell short against Westminster to start off the preseason during a scrimmage Friday night.
Lady Tiger Heather Brady went 2-for-2 at the plate but it wasn't enough as Dawson County fell, 9-1, to Union County last Wednesday, Aug. 6 in Blairsville.
It was a long but rewarding day for the Dawson County varsity softball team Saturday as the Lady Tigers battled the summer before coming away with a 3-0 record and a championship at the Lanier Point Tournament.
The Dawson County Tigers may have the fastest and most aggressive defense the school has seen in years.
Head Dawson County High School cross country coach Charles Beusse was invited to attend the Nike Smoky Running Camp recently held at the University of North Carolina at Asheville.
More than 30 girls participated in softball tryouts Friday at Jack Waldrip Field on the campus of Dawson County High School.
Leadership. Facing fear. Teamwork.
As summer winds down, Coach Jeff Lee and his Dawson County High School Tigers are ready for football season to begin.
With only two days remaining before the official start date for cross country, the team continues to conduct voluntary running workouts at Dawson County High School.