Toombs County Middle School Lady Bullpups win again

After winning three straight road games, the Toombs County Lady Bullups won their second home match with a 6-0 victory over Treutlen in a girls only day of action. Ashtyn Braddy put together her third hat trick of the season by scoring two goals in the first half and one in the second. Braddy leads the team with 13 goals. Anyadi Colmenares, Ava Bullard and Taryn Fields each scored one…

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TCHS soccer teams tune up for the Vidalia Indians with two one-goal wins over the Dodge Co. Indians

The Toombs County soccer teams each raced to a 4-0 start by outscoring their opponents by a combined score of 51-4. However, in their non-region home games against Dodge County both teams were tested and each pulled out a one-goal victory. The Lady Bulldogs won 3-2 and the Bulldogs 1-0. Up next is a Tuesday doubleheader at Vidalia. The girls play at 5 p.m. and the boys at 7. Arleni…

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Bulldogs turn a wet field into a playable surface and then they edge Screven County 6-5

After an afternoon rain shower the infield at Jacky Jones Field was a muddy mess. But, the Toombs County Bulldogs- coaches and players- worked for an hour and turned the sludge into a playable surface and then the Dawgs went out and won their second game in a row by edging Screven County 6-5. Toombs took a 1-0 lead in the third inning on a opposite field RBI single by…

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Cloud and Campbell lead TCHS B-Team to a 10-1 win over Tattnall County

Trey Cloud struck out five batters and limited Tattnall County to one run as the Toombs County JV Bulldogs avenged an 8-5 loss to the Warriors last week with a 10-1 win at home. The Dawgs were also coming off a 10-9 loss at Appling County the night before. Willie Campbell led the TCHS offense by going 3-for-3. Campbell also went 3-for-5 against Appling.

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Lane Adams stifles the Warriors in his complete game 7-1 victory

Toombs County’s Lane Adams started his first game on the mound of his senior season and he finished it too. A 7-1 home win over Tattnall County. For the first time in his career Lane pitched a seven inning complete game allowing five hits with a career-high eight strikeouts and just one walk. Adams is 2-0 and has allowed only one earned run in 12 2/3 innings this season. The…

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Jeremy Beasley makes his Clemson Tiger debut

Former Toombs County Bulldog Jeremy Beasley got the call twice from the bullpen in the Clemson Tigers’ 2017 season opening series at home against Wright State. He pitched a total of 2 1/3 innings allowing one earned run with four strikeouts, no walks and three wild pitches. On Friday in the season opening game, before a crowd of 5,683 fans, Jeremy entered the game in the eighth inning and he…

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D.R. comes off the DL and hits a HR to beat BC in 8 innings

Toombs County senior D.R. Meadows missed the Bulldogs first scrimmage and regular season game due to ¬†basketball injury. In practice the shooting guard jumped up in the air and landed on a teammate’s foot. The injury was so severe his foot was placed in a cast. Meadows got out of the cast on Thursday, took some batting practice for a couple of days and in his second at bat, in…

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Toombs County High Soccer teams take care of Tattnall County

The Toombs County High School soccer teams both improved to 3-0 on the young season with home victories over Tattnall County. The Lady Bulldogs bolted to a 7-0 lead at half and then in a mercy rule shortened 20 minute second half they tallied two more goals in a 9-0 win. The Lady Bulldogs have outscored their first three opponents (Dublin and Bacon County) 25-1. Cindy Vera scored her third…

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Coach Richie Marsh’s first Toombs County Bulldog Football Banquet

Coach Richie Marsh has been in Toombs County for a little more than a year and on February 17, 2017 the Bulldogs and their family and friends celebrated that first season at the TCHS Football Banquet at the Callaway Center. The Bulldog seniors were honored and each was given their home jersey in a frame display. Bulldogs were also honored for their academic achievements and for being a “Super Dog”….

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Bulldogs hit the ball hard, but they have only two hits in a 7-5 loss at Tattnall County

Toombs County head baseball coach Brian Fitzgerald calls a hard hit ball which is caught for an out an “At’em Ball”. The coach counted seven of those in¬†the Bulldogs season opening 7-5 loss at Tattnall County. The Dawgs only had two hits. Martin Stephens broke up Trinton Rhoden’s no-hitter with a leadoff single in the top of the fourth and George Lucke singled to center field, off reliever Jacob Todd,…

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