Former Dawson County High School football standout Bruce Clark will continue his career at Shorter University next season. Clark will play for Hawks coach Phil Jones.
American Legion Post 247 qualified for the state baseball tournament with a 15-0 win over Canton Post 45 last week.
Tiger basketball star Tyler Dominy will lace up his shoes at the University of North Georgia next season.
American Legion Post 247 seems to be in a slump. Head Coach Kasey Wilson's team has lost the last three games and are sitting at 3-5 record.
Former Dawson County High Lady Tiger Carly Gilreath will continue her basketball career at the University of South Carolina-Aiken next season under Pacer Coach Mike Brandt.
American Legion Post 247 moved to 3-2 on the season after picking up two wins last week.
Boys from Dawson County and surrounding counties learned basketball fundamentals at the Tiger Boys Basketball Camp last week at Rock Creek Park.
Recent Dawson County Tiger football standout Harley Vaughn will continue his career next season playing for Coach Daryl Dickey at the University of West Georgia.
Kaleb Holbrook was preparing for his second game as a catcher for a summer league in Connecticut on June 8 when his phone began to ring with calls and text messages of congratulations.
Former Dawson County standout Levi Wilson will enter his junior season at Union College in Barbourville, Ky. this year. He is the son of Karen and Gary Wilson.
American Legion Post 247 dropped its first game of the season to a hard hitting Buford team last Saturday by a score of 16-9.
Dawsonville's Chase Elliott continued to make racing history when he became the youngest superspeedway driver to take the checkered flag in an ARCA Series race at Pocono on Saturday.
The American Legion Post 247 baseball team opened the season on Sunday with a 9-8 victory over Peachtree City in a game played in Dawsonville.
Dawson County High School varsity girls basketball coach Steve Sweat's Class AAA runners-up Lady Tigers team is busily preparing for another successful season.
Dawsonville's Chase Elliott recorded his highest finish in NASCAR's Camping World Truck Series on Friday after crossing the finish line in fourth-place on the Monster Mile at Dover International Speedway in Delaware.
The legend of Bill Elliott's awesome racing career culminated Friday night when the Dawsonville native was inducted into the NASCAR Hall of Fame.
There was already speculation that Dawsonville's Chase Elliott would take over the No. 24 when four-time NASCAR champion Jeff Gordon announced last week he planned to retire at the end of the 2015 season.
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