The Dawson County High School girls basketball squad moved to 4-3 after picking up a couple of wins and a loss during a busy week.
The Lady Tigers opened the week with a big win over Fellowship Christian, 43-16.
The team jumped out to a big lead in the first half, 29-9, and widened the margin as the second half began.
Carly Gilreath led the team with nine points, Kenna Seitz scored eight points and collected six rebounds and Allie Costley added six points.
Dawson continued its winning ways in Atlanta on Friday night against Tech High.
The Lady Tigers dominated on both sides all game with a big win, 62-11.
Dawson scored 36 in the first half and held the Titans scoreless.
Freshman Ashley Parker had a great night, posting a double-double, with 18 points and 14 rebounds.
The weekend ended on a down note for Dawson with a big loss to Towns County, 76-46.
The game was tied at the half, 24-24.
Dawson head coach Steve Sweat observed The first half was a good battle but Towns came out on fire in the second half, he said. We went cold with our shooting in the fourth quarter, only making one out of 12 shots.
The Towns County Lady Indians capitalized on the Lady Tigers slump, scoring 52 in the second half to take the win.
Freshman Sheyenne Seabolt led the team with 14 points and Gilreath added 13 points, four assists and three blocked shots.
Dawson County will return to action by hosting Lumpkin Friday. Varsity games begin at 7 p.m.