Dawson County track had a history making week as the girls' team finished at the top of the region for the first time ever.
When senior runner Melanie Rimawi went out for ninth grade soccer, she had no trouble with the conditioning. So much so, people told her she should try distance running.
The Dawson County varsity baseball team swept Fannin County last week to put themselves in contention for a strong finish in the region, as well as clinching a spot in the postseason.
Dawson County High School had three of its Tiger football players sign to continue play at the next level during a joint event last week.
Former Dawson County Tiger quarterback Zach Buchan signed last week to play football at the University of Guelph in Ontario, Canada.
During the April meeting of the Dawson County Board of Education, the board voted to approve Chad Pittman as the new head boys' basketball coach at Dawson County High School.
Rookie NASCAR driver Chase Elliott once again finished in the top five, besting his previous finish last weekend, with a fourth place spot at Bristol Motor Speedway on Sunday.
Despite a start from the back of the field, Dawsonville's Chase Elliott was able to race his way to his highest finish in NASCAR's Sprint Cup Series at the Texas Motor Speedway last weekend.
After a rough week against Franklin County, and dropping the first two games of the series, the Tigers were able to get a win over West Hall on the road last week.
Racing legend Charlie Mincey has died.
Baseball players crowded into the media center with family and friends at Dawson County High School last month to watch senior Brody Chester sign to play baseball next year for the West Georgia Tech Golden Knights.
The Lady Tiger track team had a strong showing last week with the girls relay team setting a school record in their win.
The Dawson County Lady Tigers traveled to Franklin County last week and came away with a shutout.
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Dawson County football earned its first official win Friday night on the road against the Chattooga Indians.
Dawson County football earned their first official win Friday night on the road against the Chattooga Indians.
For the second time this season Dawsonville's Chase Elliott finished second at Michigan International Speedway in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series.
Across North Georgia last Friday's storyline was weather interrupting football games.
The Lady Tigers softball team lost a close one last week when Greater Atlanta Christian traveled to Dawsonville.
When the Junior Varsity Tigers offense took the field against White County last week, it was clear that they would be moving the ball at-will ...
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