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.
This is the second part of a recent interview with 13-year old racing star Chase Elliott.
Dawsonville native Chase Elliott is an upcoming star on the racing scene.
Thirteen-year-old Chase Elliott captured the checkered flag in Cordele at the Watermelon Capital Speedway.
A Dawsonville native who competed in the 2004 Winter Olympics will be one of 10 North Georgia athletes elected to the Northeast Georgia Hall of Fame in Gainesville on Aug. 29.
Dawson County golfers, Charley Whitmire and Wesley Bearden, placed 5th and 6th respectively in a tournament held at Chestatee Golf Club on July 7.
Coach Van Samples, head boys' golf coach at Dawson County High School, has announced a fundraising golf tournament to be played at Sugar Hill Golf Course.
Charley Whitmire and Wesley Bearden, Dawson County High School golfers, competed in yesterday's Atlanta Junior Golf tournament held at Chestatee Golf Club. Whitmire teed off at noon, while Bearden began his play at 10:10 a.m.
The Gainesville A's familiarity with Dawsonville American Legion Post 247 is not a kind one.
The Circle of Friends Team held a charity golf tournament at Chestatee Golf Club to benefit breast cancer research on June 8. The organization raised more than $5,000 dollars from the event.
The votes are in, and the "Elite Eight" inductees for 2009 into the Georgia Racing Hall of Fame have been chosen.
Former Lady Tiger Katie Lebel received the "Top Newcomer" award at the University of Redlands recently.
Former Dawson County baseball standout, Kasey Wilson, will host a camp for boys ages 8-12 June 22 and 23. The camp will be held at Veterans Memorial Park, Hwy. 9 North, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., daily.
In the high school and college ranks, there's a fine line between academics and sports - you can't do the latter without the former.
A Dawsonville man is among 15 semifinalists for the Georgia Racing Hall of Fame's 2013 class of inductees.
Dawsonville's Chase Elliott carded his first Camping World Truck Series top-five finish Sunday at Rockingham Speedway in North Carolina. The fifth-place finish follows his sixth-place run at Martinsville Speedway in Virginia, where the 17-year-old Hendrick Motorsports driver made his national racing debut a week earlier.
Dawson County Young Life is still accepting players for its annual golf tournament that will be held Monday at Hampton Golf Club in Cumming. Entry fees are $100 for individuals or $400 for a four-player team.
In his first NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race, Dawsonville's Chase Elliott drove to a sixth-place finish Saturday at Martinsville Speedway in Virginia. Racing against veterans like Kevin Harvick and Ron Hornday Jr., the 17-year-old rookie was among a half dozen teenagers in the field.
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