Coey Watson learned how to count by following football scores. “Everything, a lot of things in my life, back up to football,” the Dawson County High School senior said. “I’ve always known the game really well and been able to tell others what to do. My mom always told me I was a born leader.” Last week the lifelong Dawsonville quarterback was named the Region 7-AAA most valuable player on offense and it is just one more in a significant list of accomplishments and awards for the passionate competitor who has led the Tiger football program for the last four years.
UPDATE: Here’s when you can expect to get your bloomin’ onion fix at Dawson County’s first Outback Steakhouse