Dawson County went on its first road trip of the season last week.
The Lady Tigers basketball team traveled to Cleveland to face off against White County on Nov. 29. The team was sluggish and lost to the Lady Warriors 51-48.
Undefeated has a nice sound to it, every team strives to win every game it plays. So far that has been true for the Dawson County varsity boys basketball team coached by Thad Burgess.
The Tigers are currently 4-0 with big wins at White County, 38-24, and a huge home win over formerlly undefeated Gilmer County, 55-48.
Coach Wes Greer's junior varsity Lady Tigers basketball team played well, but couldn't catch up with visiting Gilmer County last week at home.
The Lady Tigers lost 36-27 to the Bobcats.
The junior varsity boys basketball ball team dropped two games last week. The team lost to White County 34-31 on the road and at home against Gilmer County 58-43.
In both games Head Coach Wes Greer's team held a lead at halftime just to see it taken away in the second half.
Wrestling season is underway at Dawson County High School.
Head coach Arron Haynes' grapplers opened the regular season with a win over Fannin County High School, 60-15, and a loss to AAAA Flowery Branch, 51-28, on Nov. 22 in Dawsonville.
The Dawson County varsity girl's basketball team will begin their post-Thanksgiving schedule with games against White and Gilmer counties this week.
The Lady Tigers are currently 1-1 with a win over Tallulah Falls, 87-36, and a loss to Towns County, 54-48.
The Dawson County High School varsity boys' basketball team has been impressive so far this season. Behind the play of Tyler Dominy, the Tigers have dominated their first two opponents.
Dawson County is currently 2-0 and riding high after defeating Tallulah Falls, 67-16, and Towns County, 64-22.
It was "throwback night" at Dawson County's season opener against Tallulah Falls last week in Dawsonville. Both head coaches, Steve Sweat and Thad Burgess, decided to break out the old uniforms in a tribute to former players in the program.
"We decided to do this because we were playing a longtime opponent in Tallulah Falls," Sweat said. "We wore some uniforms that some of the mothers of my current players played in when they played for me years ago."
Domination would be the term used to describe Dawson County's first wins of the season.
The Tigers have not allowed an opposing team to score in double digits in any one quarter of play in two games, as they have easily defeated Tallulah Falls, 67-16, and Towns County, 64-22.
The junior varsity Lady Tigers' basketball team lost its season opener 54-48 to Towns County on Saturday.
Coach Mark Ragsdale's team battled through foul trouble to keep the game competitive.
Dawson County used defensive pressure to come away with a 58-35 win over visiting Towns County in junior varsity boys action Saturday.
The game was the first of the season for Coach Wes Greer's team.
The 2011 Region 8-AA cross country team was named last week. The girls' runner of the year was Madalyn Walters from Dawson County.
Walters won the Region 8-AA championships held at Oglethorpe County High School in October and placed fourth in the state championships in Carrollton.
The Lady Tigers fell behind 11-0 before rallying and almost beating North Forsyth in a scrimmage game last week at Dawson County High School.
Dawson lost the Nov. 10 contest 54-51 in a gritty effort against the much bigger school.
Tyler Dominy, fresh from the football field, took over the scrimmage game with North Forsyth last Thursday in Dawsonville.
Dominy, a junior, finished the contest with 25 points to lead the Tigers to a 58-41 win over the AAAAA Raiders.
The 2011 Dawson County High School softball program was recognized at an awards ceremony last week.
Athletic Director Grady Turner opened the Nov. 8 banquet welcoming players, coaches, families and guests.
A victory Friday night at home against West Hall will place the Dawson County Lady Tigers atop a pedestal where no other team in school history has stood before.
Gavin Brown and Harrison Adams were crowned champions on Saturday during the 7-AAA Traditional Wrestling Tournament at Lumpkin County High School.
The Dawson County High School varsity Lady Tigers basketball team is on the verge of making history again.
The Dawson County High School varsity boys' basketball team picked up a much needed win over Franklin County last week in Dawsonville. The Tigers scored 17 fourth quarter points to come away with the 53-39 win.