One of the most prestigious wrestling tournaments in Georgia will begin this weekend at the Ford E. Phillips Center. The Amicalola Wrestling Classic will be held for the 26th year at Dawson County High School Friday and Saturday, Jan. 2 and Jan 3.
One thing the Dawson County High School Wrestling team and their Head Coach Arron Haynes will never be called is scared.
The Dawson County High School Varsity Tigers played hard last week, but lost two of its three games during the grueling week.
The determination and drive are still there for Dawson County High School Head Coach Steve Sweat's varsity Lady Tiger basketball team.
Dawson County High School freshman Maddy Walters was named to the Gainesville Times first team All-Area cross country team last week.
Dawson County High School safety Ethan Brown and kicker David Scully were named First Team All-Area by the Gainesville Times.
The Lady Tigers won a game and lost a game last week in basketball action.
Head Coach Thad Burgess and his Dawson County Tiger basketball team pulled out two wins this past week against Tallulah Falls, 67-17, and Gilmer County, 58-41.
Turnovers and poor free throw shooting led to the demise of the Dawson County Lady Tiger basketball team Tuesday, Nov. 25.
The Dawson County High School Tigers traveled to Coal Mountain Tuesday, Nov. 25 for a game with rival North Forsyth.
Dawson County High School Head Wrestling Coach Arron Haynes and his squad almost defeated the defending AAA state champion Gilmer County Bobcats last Tuesday, Nov. 25 at the Ford E. Phillips gymnasium.
Thirteen players scored points as the Dawson County Tigers opened the season with a dominating 67-18 win over Tallulah Falls last Tuesday night at the Ford E. Phillips gymnasium in Dawsonville.
The game was over early as the Dawson County Lady Tiger basketball team opened the season with a rout of visiting Tallulah Falls, 61-24, last Tuesday night.
The Dawson County High School Tiger wrestling team got off to a great start this season with a thrashing of host Osborne last Friday by a score of 63-18.
Dawson County High School Wrestling Coach Arron Haynes and the 2008-2009 edition of the Dawson County wrestling team will open the season with a match at Johnson High School Friday night. The first match should start at approximately 5 p.m.
The Dawson County High School varsity boys cross country team is headed to the State Class AAA meet Saturday in Carrollton.
The Dawson County High School varsity Tigers football team struggled Friday night at White County High School.
First year head coach Charles Beusse will lead the Dawson County girls cross country team to the Region 7-AAA meet at Unicoi State Park just outside of Helen on Oct. 31.
Wrestling practice began this week at Dawson County High School.
The Dawson County High School varsity boys cross country team will compete in the Region 7-AAA meet at Unicoi State Park in Helen Oct. 31. The meet is being hosted by White County High School.
For two and a half quarters the Dawson County Tigers stood toe to toe with the Class AAA No. 1-ranked team. Head Coach Jeff Lee's team put forth a valiant effort, trailing just 14-3 at halftime, against the Buford High School Wolves.
Dawson County High School Head Football Coach Jeff Lee had a unique opportunity in August to watch three former Tigers perform against each other when Union College matched up against the University of the Cumberlands.
Running in their only home meet this season, Head Coach Charles Beusse's cross country teams seem primed to tackle the Region 7-AAA meet next week at Unicoi State Park.
Dawson County High School head football coach Jeff Lee's team has a formidable task Friday night when the team will play host to Buford High School.
Dawson County saw its season come to an end with a 5-4 loss to Banks County in the Region 7-AAA tournament at Lanier Pointe in Gainesville Oct. 8.
Dylan Forester captured first place at a cross country meet at Buford High School last week.
The Dawson County High School ninth grade Tigers football team defeated White County, 14-0, in Cleveland on Oct. 7.