Dawsonville native Chase Elliott finished seventh in the Snowball Derby in Pensacola, Fla. on Dec. 6.
University of Tennessee junior punter Chad Cunningham got home for the holidays a day earlier and with his pockets a little fuller.
In its 42 years of existence, the half-mile oval track outside Jefferson has seen its share of racing legends going door to door.
Basketball and middle school wrestling began practice during the past week. Coach Arron Haynes and his high school wrestling team began practice Monday, Nov. 2.
Names like "Cannonball," "Slick" and "The Bomb" drove their ways into regional racing history Friday night when they were inducted as the 2009 Georgia Racing Hall of Fame class.
Labor Day weekend to most people means fun and relaxation as the summer draws to an end; however, for Sole Impulse Dance Studio's competitive clogging team Synergy, Labor Day weekend rarely means a weekend full of relaxation.
The votes are in, and the inductees into the Georgia Racing Hall of Fame class of 2009 have been chosen.
Chase Elliott and the No. 9 Aaron's Dream Machine team had a lesson in adversity during their double header weekend at Five Flags Speedway (Pensacola, Fla.) and Montgomery (Ala.) Motor Speedway.
Bill Elliott Racing's Casey Roderick exceeded even the highest expectations in his ARCA RE/MAX Series debut at Rockingham (N.C.) Speedway, during the American 200 Oct. 10.
He's only had a driver's license for a year, but 17-year-old Casey Roderick has been behind the wheel for more than a decade.
Former Dawson County High School golf standout Charley Whitmire has signed to continue her career with North Georgia College & State University.
Dawsonville native Chase Elliott started eighth at Anderson Motor Speedway in Anderson, S.C. on Aug. 8 and crossed the finish line with another win.
After biding his time for three seasons at the University of Tennessee, punter Chad Cunningham is expected to be the team's starting punter when the season begins on Sept. 5.
Dawson County High School 2009 graduate Brittany Walker recently signed a soccer scholarship with Hiwassee College in Madisonville, Tenn.
Dawson County High School graduate and current Presbyterian College golfer Kasay Holbrook finished 11th overall out of 60 amateur women at Reynolds Landing Golf Course in Greensboro, Ga. July 29 and 30.
Second generation racer Chase Elliott, 17, has been named the 2013 Georgia Racing Hall of Fame Driver of the Year.
Dawson County High School freshman Tristan Melton has managed to do what few other 14 year olds can lay claim to. As a shooter in National Rifle Association and Georgia Sport Shooting Association sanctioned competitive small-bore rifle matches, he has finished his third year of competitive shooting winning 18 gold medals in the 21 NRA matches in which he has competed. He has won back-to-back Georgia State Championships, while setting new NRA national records in ...
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