For the third year in a row the Dawson County High School competitive cheerleading squad has become region champions.
Despite a loss in the region championship title game last week, the Dawson County Tigers are ready to start a new season this week in the first round of the state playoffs.
The Lady Tigers cross country team finished up its season last week at the state meet in Carrollton where the team finished fifth in the state.
The Dawson County Tigers came up short Friday night in their attempt to defend their region title at home against Greater Atlanta Christian.
Dawson County High School dominated last week's race at Unicoi State Park when the team won its second straight region championship behind individual region champion Jacob Poston.
Rivalry game or not, the Dawson County Tigers had no trouble finishing off the Lumpkin County Indians on Friday night.
With the Tigers' win over Lumpkin County last week, the team set up what many are calling the biggest regular season game in Dawson County football history.
The Dawson County girls' cross country team made history last week when they took home their third straight region championship.
The Dawson County junior varsity and varsity volleyball teams gathered last week for their first banquet at the Dawson County Professional Development Center to celebrate the inaugural season of volleyball at DCHS.
The Dawson County Tigers soundly defeated the Lumpkin County Indians Friday night propelling them to a region championship matchup next week at home against Greater Atlanta Christian.
When Dawson County High School sophomore Wyatt Hayes has free time, he will most likely be found on the water.
The Dawson County Tigers secured a spot in the state playoffs on Friday with their win over the East Hall Vikings.
The Dawson County High School competition cheerleaders had their second deduction-free routine during last weekend's completion at Creekview High School.
The cross country teams at Dawson County High School are coming off of strong finishes last week at Buford as they head into tomorrow's region race at Unicoi State Park.
Despite starting in fourth place and a solid 12th place finish at the Talladega Superspeedway on Sunday, Dawsonville's Chase Elliott was eliminated from the Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup.
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The margin of victory was about as narrow as possible in last week's Amicalola Classic wrestling tournament at Dawson County High School.
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