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Football team looking to season ahead
Varsity has great chemistry at spring game
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Starting quarterback SeVaughn Clark passes the ball during the varsity Tiger’s spring game against the Pickens Dragons May 18. - photo by Jessica Taylor
The Dawson County Tigers came ready to play against Pickens High School in the spring game Friday night, and though no score was kept for the practice game, it gave Head Coach Sid Maxwell a chance to see where the varsity team’s strengths are as they look towards the 2018 season. “I thought Friday we competed well,” said Maxwell. “We made a few mistakes but Pickens did too, so you know, I was real pleased where we are and we still have a long ways to go.” The spring game was a chance to get as many players on the field as possible. With a deep roster, Maxwell was able to rotate many positions, giving most athletes an opportunity on the field, which is a goal for the team this year under their motto “Attack the Day.”

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