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DCHS holds spring football game at East Forsyth
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Davis Glass looks for an open receiver during the spring game against East Forsyth. - photo by Rio White

In preparation for the upcoming season, the Dawson County football team held their spring game, with this year’s game played at East Forsyth.

While scoring was not officially kept, the Tigers offense started strongly in the first half, with rising sophomore Davis Glass handed the start at quarterback.

Glass, Matt Bennett, and Kade Moledor helped spark two drives in the first half that would result in touchdowns. 

Meanwhile, the defense kept East Forsyth scoreless during the first half.

Later, rising junior Sawyer Bearden took over at quarterback and helped lead the Tigers to a third touchdown. 

Dawson County will be looking to make another state playoff run this fall, with a slightly different schedule compared to past seasons.

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Kade Moledor receives a handoff during the spring game. - photo by Rio White

According to the team’s MaxPreps page, seven of the ten games have been scheduled. While rival North Hall will be moving up to Class 4A next season, the Tigers and Trojans are scheduled to face off on Friday, Sept. 2. 

Also, Pickens County will be moving into Dawson’s region.

With last year’s roster containing many seniors, next season will allow a bulk group of juniors and sophomores to solidify roles on the team.