The Dawson County Middle School seventh grade girls basketball team defeated Riverview Middle School, 32-16, last week. The Lady Tigers are 5-1 on the season while Riverview dropped to 3-4 following the Dec. 17 game.
The Dawson County Middle School eighth grade boys basketball team defeated cross-county rival Riverview Middle, 34-8, last week. Kolton Brumbelow, Reed McCallister, Joseph Cronan and Corey Hammond scored six point each for the Tigers in the Dec. 17 win.
Emma Brown scored 16 points to lead the Dawson County Middle School seventh grade girls' basketball team to victory over Clear Creek. The Lady Tigers came away with a 28-22 win.
The Riverview Middle School seventh grade boys' basketball team remained undefeated following a, 44-42, overtime win against Fannin County last week. Coach Mark Thomason's team held a 3-point lead in regulation of the Dec. 12 game with nine seconds remaining when a Fannin player launched a desperation shot at the buzzer that tied the score at 35 and sent the game into overtime.
Head coach Thomy Edwards' Dawson County Middle School Tiger football team fought hard but came away with a tough, 12-0, loss to Clear Creek Middle in last week's Mountain League championship game. The Oct. 4 game was played at Clear Creek, just outside of Ellijay.
Coach Thomy Edwards' Dawson County Middle School football team is headed to the championship game. The Tigers controlled both sides of the ball in a 28-0 win over Fannin County at Sandy Wall Stadium in Dawsonville last week.
The Riverview Middle School football season came to an end last week. Head coach Benjy Edwards' team lost a close 20-14 decision in overtime Thursday to Jasper Middle.
Dawson County Middle School had its perfect season come to an end Sept. 20 with an exciting game against visiting Clear Creek Middle School. Both teams came into the contest with perfect 4-0 records. The game went into double overtime before the Tigers fell 6-0 to the Bobcats. Following the loss, Dawson County will be the No. 2-seed going into the playoffs that begin on Thursday. The Tigers will play host to Fannin at 5 ...
The Dawson County Middle School softball team picked up its first win of the season with a 2-0 defeat of cross-county rival Riverview on Friday. Head coach Jessie Crane's Lady Tiger team scored two runs in the first inning on a walk by Mahlia Billingsley and hits by Natalie Glass and Sydney McGinnis. Another walk by Kaila Billingsley helped drive in the two runs during the Sept. 21 game.
The Dawson County Middle School softball team is still looking for its first win of the season. The Lady Tigers dropped two games last week. One to Fannin, 10-1, on Tuesday and to Pickens, 11-3, on Friday. Natalie Glass was the highlight of the Fannin game. She hit a triple.
It was a tough week for the Riverview Middle School Lady Eagle softball team. The Lady Eagles lost both games they played last week. On Sept. 11, the team fell to Fannin County 7-4, then on Friday, the team lost to Jasper Middle 12-0.
Trailing 30-12 in the third quarter, the Riverview Middle School football team never game up and rebounded to take a 39-38 victory over Pickens Middle School last week in Jasper. Making the Sept. 13 win even more exciting was the fact that the Eagles had not recorded a win up until this point this season.
The Dawson County Middle School Tigers remain undefeated following a hard fought 30-14 win over Fannin County in Blue Ridge last week. With the Sept. 13 win the football team is currently 5-0 on the season with one regular season game remaining.
The Dawson County Middle School Tiger football team remains undefeated following a 25-0 away win over Jasper Middle last week. Coach Thomy Edwards' team is currently holding on to a perfect 3-0 record.
Two schools separated by just under six miles got together on Friday afternoon for an annual rivalry softball game. The Dawson County Middle School Lady Tiger softball team traveled to neighboring Riverview Middle for a region match-up. Both teams came into the game needing a win.
In what is being billed as both a cost-saving and competitive measure, Dawson County and Riverview middle schools will combine their football, softball and wrestling programs, as well as their football cheerleading squads.
The school year was a great one for sports teams from both Riverview and Dawson County middle schools.
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