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The Dawson County High School Varsity basketball team's historic season will be celebrated locally next week.
The Dawsonville City Council plans to honor the team with a dinner at the Ga. Racing Hall of Fame at 5:30 Tuesday.
The Dawson County High School boys tennis team defeated Gilmer County, 3-2, in its first match of the season last week in Dawsonville.
Winning Feb. 27 singles matches were Spencer Roper, Luke Branson and Riley Westbrook in convincing fashion.
The Dawson County junior varsity baseball team defeated Pickens County 2-1 last week to pick up its first win of the season.
Dawson was able to hold on to the Feb. 28 win with good pitching and solid defense.
Head coach Jed Lacey's varsity girls soccer team is red hot.
The Lady Tigers trounced Lumpkin County, 7-0, last Tuesday at Tigers Stadium. The team is also state ranked, at No. 9 in Class AA, for the first time in program history.
The Dawson County varsity boys soccer team lost a heartbreaker to Lumpkin County last Tuesday at Tigers Stadium.
Tied 1-1 at halftime, the Tigers were called for a foul with just 52 seconds remaining that led to an Indian penalty kick that allowed Lumpkin a 2-1 victory.
The 2011-12 basketball season came down to a shot made with 0.4 seconds left.
Jordan senior guard Jeff Blanton drove down the left baseline to hit a runner that gave the Red Jackets a come from behind 48-47 win that ended Dawson County's miracle season.
Ford Phillips Gym erupted as the final buzzer sounded Saturday night.
For the first time in school history, Dawson County High boys basketball team had won a first round state Class AA playoff game at home.
The Dawson County boys golf team lost to Lumpkin County 212-169 last week.
The match was played Feb. 21 at Achasta Golf Club in Dahlonega. It was the first match of the year for the Tigers.
The Dawson County varsity girls soccer team won both games last week against White County 1-0 and North Hall 4-0.
Dawson jumped out to a quick 1-0 lead against visiting White County. Riley Cox blasted the ball by the Lady Warriors' goalie on an assist by McKay Shively with only 8 minutes gone in the game.
Head Coach Jed Lacey's boys soccer team played two quality opponents last week. The team competed against White County and North Hall.
The team defeated White County 3-0, before falling to North Hall 2-0.
The Tigers opened the 2012 baseball season with a convincing 8-1 win at Chestatee High School in Gainesville last week.
Dawson's Jeffrey Partington was impressive on the mound and gave up one hit in three innings of work on Feb. 21. He walked one batter and struck out three.
The Dawson County boys basketball team is riding high after doing the improbable last weekend.
Head coach Thad Burgess' team captured the Region 8-AA crown with a 51-43 win over Jefferson at Hart County High School on Saturday. It was the first region championship since 1969 for the Tigers.
Dawson County had three wrestlers take part in the State Traditional Tournament last weekend at Gwinnett Arena.
Cory Jenkins (132 pounds), Preston Adams (160 pounds) and Evan Kells (182 pounds) represented the Tigers in the prestigious event.
So close. The Lady Tigers missed an opportunity to qualify for the state basketball tournament following a game against East Hall last week on the Lady Vikings' home court.
A missed shot with less than 5 seconds remaining ended the season for Dawson County.
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The Dawson County High School varsity Tigers soccer team overcame Lumpkin County 2-0 March 31 in Dahlonega.
Just when things were looking bleak for the varsity Tigers' baseball team, Dawson County pulled out an 8-4 win against West Hall in 12 innings in a game played April 3 in Gainesville.
The Dawson County High School boys' tennis team lost two matches last week.
Dawson County High School's Steve Sweat, who coached the Lady Tigers to a history-making, undefeated regular season in 2015, confirmed today that he will be retiring at the end of June.
One local quarterback made Dawson County High School history when he signed as its first international scholarship athlete last week.
The Dawson County High School varsity Lady Tigers' soccer team won both games last week in convincing fashion.
The Dawson County High School varsity Tigers boys' soccer team dropped a hotly contested match to visiting West Hall last week.
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