The never give up attitude that Head Coach Thad Burgess preaches to his players was definitely evident during last Saturday's state tournament game.
Before a packed house at the Gwinnett Arena in Duluth, Tiger Joe Perry celebrated.
The big story was a state championship by Joe Perry, but two other Tiger wrestlers also participated in the State Traditional Tournament at the Gwinnett Arena in Duluth over the weekend.
Dawson County High School Head Varsity Boys Basketball Coach Thad Burgess and his Tiger basketball team is headed to the state tournament for the third year in a row.
The game was over early as the #1-seed North Oconee Lady Titans (18-7) used a suffocating full court press to defeat Dawson County 55-27 last Tuesday night.
Battling cool temperatures and the wind, the Dawson County boys' golf team dropped its first match of the season 171-157 to Lumpkin County High School.
Even though there was a chance of snow last weekend, spring sports are beginning to start at Dawson County High School.
Dawson County will send three wrestlers to the Gwinnett Arena this weekend to participate in the State Traditional Meet.
Playing shorthanded, with only six players, the Dawson County junior varsity boys' basketball team finished its season with a 49-26 loss to Rabun County last Friday.
It comes down to win or the season comes to an end for the Dawson County Lady Tiger basketball team.
Dawson could have easily thrown in the towel two weeks ago when they dropped a 47-35 decision to Jefferson. But this Tiger team is a lot like their coach, who battles every minute of every game.
It was a great weekend for the Dawson County wrestling team last weekend at Fannin County High School. The Tigers qualified seven wrestlers for the east sectionals to be held at Jefferson High School this weekend. If the seven can place first through eighth then they will advance to the state traditional at the Gwinnett Arena.
The struggles continue for Head Coach Steve Sweat and the varsity Lady Tigers' basketball team.
The Dawson County varsity boys' basketball team seems to have Union County's number.
It was another long week for Head Coach Steve Sweat and the Lady Tiger varsity basketball team.
The Dawson County High School 2013 tennis program held its awards banquet last week.
Once again, the Dawson County High School athletes fared well in spring competition. The Tigers were well represented at the state level in both girls and boys soccer, golf, baseball and track.
Spring practice came to an end with an annual scrimmage game Saturday at Tiger Stadium.
Two golfers will compete in the Class AAA State Championship for Dawson County on Monday.
Ten scholarships have been signed this year at Dawson County High School, but out of the list of soccer, baseball and football scholarships, one stands out.
One Dawson County High School student is showing that comebacks can happen.
Two Dawson County High School track athletes participated in the class AAA state meet last week in Albany.
Kickoff is more than three months away, but preparation for the season is in full tilt at Dawson County High School.
Playing arguably the best team in Class AAA, the Dawson County Tigers saw their season come to an end with a first round sweep by the Blessed Trinity Titans, 15-0 and 4-2.
The Dawson County High School varsity boys soccer teams was eliminated from the Class AAA state playoffs by St. Pius X, 5-0, on Friday at Stadium Field in Atlanta.
Dawson County High School senior Tiger baseball player David Chester signed an athletic scholarship Monday to continue his career at Georgia Highlands College.
The Dawson County High School varsity girls' soccer team played host to visiting Woodward Academy on May 2 in the first round of the Class AAA state playoffs.
Two Dawson County Lady Tigers will compete in the 2013 GHSA Girls State Meet at Hugh Mills Stadium in Albany Thursday through Saturday.
The Dawson County High School boys and girls track teams competed at the State Class AAA Sectionals meet at SE Bulloch High School on Saturday.
The Dawson County High School varsity Lady Tiger soccer team secured a No. 2 seeding, despite dropping its last two regular season games. The team will play its first round state playoff game at home against Woodward Academy on Thursday.