It was a busy week for the Dawson County Lady Tigers softball team.
Football preview: Forsyth Central at Dawson County
For the second consecutive Friday night, a strong contingent of Tiger football fans traveled to Clermont to watch their Dawson County team play against North Hall.
With a very talented, although inexperienced, team, the Lady Tigers were suffering through a five game losing streak.
The Dawson County faithful traveled to The Westminster School in Atlanta Friday night to get a glimpse of this year's 2015 football team.
When Dawson County High School Lady Tigers basketball coach Steve Sweat retired, he commented on how "Dawson County [had] been really good to [him]."
Pitching was a major concern for head softball coach Jimmy Pruett coming into this season. However, it isn't the only thing the veteran coach has on his mind this week.
The Tigers just completed their first week of full contact and will have the chance Friday night to tackle someone else other than their own teammates.
Football season is less than a month away and new head coach Sid Maxwell is preparing the Tigers for the upcoming campaign.
Cross country doesn't have its first meet till Sept. 1 but the team is busy preparing under the guidance of second year Head Coach Charles Beusse.
The 2015 Dawson County High School softball season will begin Friday at the Lanier Pointe Invitational tournament in Gainesville.
The Times of Gainesville selected five Dawson County Lady Tigers to the All-Area selections last week.
Five Dawson County High School Tigers soccer players were named to the All-Area team by The Times of Gainesville.
High School athletics in Dawson County came to a halt last week. The Georgia High School Association's dead week encompasses all athletics throughout the state.
Dawson County's very successful cross country team finished up their June workouts last week.
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