UPDATE: Ex-Forsyth County firefighter asks for a new trial in Dawson County child abuse case
The man’s motion for a new trial follows his May 2023 trial and conviction on child abuse-related charges.
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Dawson football season ends in Sweet Sixteen
Seniors continued to raise the bar for Tiger football
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Dawson County’s Vaughn Clark looks for an opening behind his offensive line during last week’s second round game in the Class AAA state playoffs. Clark set a single-season rushing record for the Tigers with 1,784 yards. - photo by Kolton Brumbelow
The Dawson County Tigers state playoff run ended Friday in the Sweet Sixteen with a 58-13 loss on the road to the defending state champion Cedar Grove Saints. An injury-depleted defensive front made it a tough night for the Tigers, but Dawson County finished with another successful season. “When you get to compete with private and city schools, do all we can to close that gap,” said Head Coach Sid Maxwell. “We played probably the best two teams in the state and it was a reality check for the program and where we want to be.”