Dawson County Parks and Recreation has named a new athletic coordinator.
Dawson County has been well-represented by its Parks and Recreation track team at the recent district and state competitions.
Dawson County's 12 and under Lady Tigers traveled to Carrollton March 7-8 to compete in the GRPA Class B State Basketball Tournament.
Three Dawson County youth football teams competed in the elite eight of the North Georgia Youth Football Association playoffs recently.
Isabelle Kinsey captured a second place finish at the park and recreation state swimming championship in Tifton last weekend.
Three members of the Dawsonville Racers girls swim team qualified for the state meet.
The Dawsonville Racers boy's swim team participated in the Georgia Recreation and Park Association meet held July 6 at Lanier Aquatics in Gainesville.
After winning the championship game recently, the Dawson County 7U Tigers All-Stars, also known as the Big Daddy Trolls, are moving on to compete in the state tournament this weekend in Rome.
Isabelle Kinsey, swimming in the 8 and under age group, set several all-star times for her Dawsonville Racers team during a meet held at the City Pool in Dacula on June 22.
The Dawsonville Racers girls swim team competed at the North Georgia Swim League Splash meet at the Ruby Fulbright Aquatic Center in Clarksville on June 15.
Coach Stephanie Morgan's boys swim team competed at the North Georgia Swim League Splash meet June 15 at the Ruby Fulbright Aquatic Center in Clarksville.
More than 30 swimmers braved a chilly, drizzly Monday morning at Veterans Memorial Park in order to prepare for the upcoming meet in Cumming.
Dawson County Parks and Recreation held its annual Volunteer Coaches Appreciation Banquet last week at Rock Creek Sports Complex.
The ceremony, now in its fifth year, aims to honor the achievements of the volunteers that make the programs offered by parks and recreation successful.
Dawson County Park and Recreation's youth wrestling team, the John Wayne Corcoran Wrestling Association, had 20 wrestlers compete in 23 weight classes at the Dahlonega Goldmine tournament at Lumpkin County High School on Saturday.
Kincaid Schuette won tournament champion in the 8 and under, 65 pound weight class after wrestling his way through a 13 man bracket with two pins and a tech fall.
Dawson County cheerleaders, led by coach Keely Amos, took part in two camps at Rock Creek Park last week.
The camps were designed to give future cheerleaders of Dawson County a glimpse into what it is like to be a cheerleader at the middle school and high school level.