The Dawson County High School boys basketball team finished its summer camp schedule at Auburn University last weekend.
The team has played 35 games this summer. The team has lost only twice, ending the season with an impressive 33-2 record.
Tiger sports teams will observe a mandatory "dead week" this week.
The period runs from July 1 through July 7. Beginning three summers ago, the Georgia High School Association executive committee approved the "dead week" by request of the GHSA coaches.
There haven't been many days off for soft-spoken Tiger Tyler Dominy this summer.
Dominy has played more than 30 basketball games this summer in various camps for head coach Thad Burgess.
The junior varsity boys basketball team had a successful camp at Berry College on June 21-22.
Coach Wes Greer and his team finished with an impressive 5-1 record.
Dawson County High School catcher Colton Chester was named second team All-Area by The Times of Gainesville recently.
Chester was named as a designated hitter on the team.
The Dawson County High School boys basketball team attended a team camp at Birmingham-Southern College on June 18-19.
Burgess' team is currently on a 19-game winning streak this summer.
The Dawson County High School girls basketball program closed its summer with a team camp at Georgia College in Milledgeville on June 22-24.
Head Coach Steve Sweat, who is entering his 30th year of coaching, said his junior varsity and varsity teams played eight games apiece over the two and a half days of camp.
Forty two young ladies attended a fundamental basketball camp held at the beginning of June at Rock Creek Park.
Coach Tina Brown has been the director of the camp for several years.
Seven Dawson County Lady Tiger soccer players received honors last week by The Times of Gainesville. The Lady Tigers, under coach Jed Lacey, completed last season with a 17-3 record.
Dawson County was eliminated from state play by Greater Atlanta Christian.
The Dawson County football team started off summer workouts with an impressive showing.
Under head coach Jeff Lee, the team competed in a seven-on-seven passing camp at McEachern High School.
The Times of Gainesville announced its All-Area soccer team last week.
Dawson County was well represented, with five players being named to the team.
Dawson County athletes were recently recognized as track and field elite in North Georgia.
A decorated high school distance runner has turned down an historic athletic scholarship to pursue ministry and missions.
In February, Madalyn Walters became the first Dawson County High School female student to sign a Division I cross country and track scholarship.
The Dawson County track team held its awards banquet on May 20 at Veterans Memorial Park Pool in Dawsonville.
Coach Arron Haynes' team had more than 70 athletes participate on both the girls and boys team this year.
Three Lady Tigers were recently named to the 2012 All Area Tennis Team recently announced by The Times of Gainesville.
Being named to the list were senior, Kristi Hyams, and juniors, Hannah Porter and Hannah Velcoff.
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Missing their point guard, who is also their leading scorer, and a post player didn't help the Dawson County High School junior varsity Tigers ...
The Dawson County High School junior varsity girls basketball team remains undefeated following two wins last week.
The Dawson County Lady Tigers 44-game regular season continuous winning streak has ended.
A beaming Thad Burgess left the floor at Chestatee High School on Saturday with a wide grin on his face.
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