The Dawson County High School junior varsity girls basketball team remains undefeated following two wins last week.
The Lady Tigers picked up victories over East Hall, 48-15, and Chestatee, 48-16.
With the two wins, Coach Anne Hyams' team improved its record to 10-0.
Emma Brown's 14 points and Cadey Ayers' 10 points led the Lady Tigers offensively for the win at home against East Hall on Jan. 15.
Dawson County used its pressure defense against the Lady Vikings to stake a 15-2 first quarter advantage.
The game was decided by halftime with the Lady Tigers holding a commanding, 27-5, lead going into the dressing room.
Hyams' team added 25 additional points in the third quarter for a 42-7 lead.
The mandatory "mercy rule" was enforced in the fourth quarter.
Six more Lady Tigers entered the scoring column against East Hall.
Rounding out the scoring were: Abi Chatham and Anna Lowe with 6 points each, Kenedy Moledor and Kati Brady with 4 points apiece, Frankie Muldoon and Maggie Schandera scored 2 points each.
In the Jan. 16 contest at Chestatee the game was never in question.
The Lady Tigers jumped out early and held Chestatee scoreless after the first quarter with a 10-0 lead.
Dawson County continued to pour on the points in the second quarter and outscored the Lady Eagles, 14-9, to take a 24-9 advantage into halftime.
The Lady Tigers held the lead in the third quarter, 32-13, before cruising to the team's 10th win of the season.
Nine Lady Tigers tallied points for their team. Cadey Ayers, Calli Watson and Chatham each had 9 points, Lowe added 6 points, Muldoon and Schandera scored 4 points each, Brady had 3 points, and Emma Brown and Moledor had 2 points each.
Dawson County will play Banks County at 4 p.m. Friday at home.
On Saturday, the team is entered in a junior varsity tournament at Chestatee High School.
Times and opponent were not available as of press time.
The tournament at Chestatee will conclude on Jan. 30.
"We are looking forward to playing teams outside our conference and that are in higher divisions," Hyams said.