BREAKING: Early-morning house fire one of two tamed by Dawson County crews in the past 24 hours
One Dawson County man is safe due to the quick-thinking actions of a neighbor who noticed an early-morning fire at a nearby home Thursday.
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Tiger baseball snags win after rainy weather hampers practice
Dawson County senior Palmer Sapp takes an at bat in the fifth inning against Alpharetta. - photo by Colin Ochs
A recent stretch of inclement weather has made it difficult for the Dawson County baseball team to practice, let alone play games these past couple weeks. “It’s been difficult because we haven’t been on the field,” said Coach Dwayne Sapp. “We played last Saturday, two games, and we played last (Thursday) night. That’s the only time we’ve been on the field in 14 days.” The Tigers lost to Savannah Christian and Ebert County, 8-5 and 8-4 respectively, on Feb. 17 and dropped their game against North Forsyth, 12-2, on Feb. 22. A scheduled game against Riverwood on Feb. 20 was cancelled, and the North Forsyth game, originally a home game for the Tigers, was played at North Forsyth due to wet field conditions at Dawson County.