Dawson County High School Golf Coach Wes Greer's team played two matches last week in less than favorable weather.
On March 3 the boys teams picked up a 172-217 win over Lumpkin County, and a 172-182 victory over Chestatee. The match was played at Chestatee Golf Club.
Jake Phillips was the low medalist for the Tigers. He shot a 41 over the 9-hole event.
The Lady Tigers defeated Chestatee 169-180 at the same course.
Madison Caldwell led Dawson County with a 35, which was even par for the course.
Both teams played again on March 4 at Crystal Falls Golf Club. The Lady Tigers defeated Forsyth Central 104-112. The scores were lower because the Lady Bulldogs only had two players.
Once again, Madison Caldwell posted the lowest score over the nine-hole round. She had an even par 36.
The Tigers also defeated Central. The team posted a 180-190 win. It was the fourth straight win for Dawson County.
The Tigers were led once again by Jake Phillips with a 41. Phillips was low medalist for the boys match.
"It was an extremely cold day and harsh conditions to play in. I am extremely proud of how the boys and girls played in the bad weather," Greer said.
This week the team will travel to Homer today for a match with Banks County at Scales Creek Golf Club. Both teams will also play on Thursday at Chicopee in Gainesville against West Hall High School.