Strong 2nd half sends TCMS past J.R. Trippe

December 3, 2015

The regular season ended for the Toombs County Middle School Bullpup soccer team with a pair of wins including a 4-1 victory at J.R. Trippe. Julian Marin scored three goals and Michael Pablocastanon scored one goal. The Chiefs tied the game with five seconds remaining in the opening half and then Pablocastanon scored the go-ahead goal halfway through the second half. Watch a slideshow On Tuesday TCMS defeated East Laurens 6-1…

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TCHS sports will compete in Region 2 AA beginning in 2016-17

As the Toombs County sports teams drop from AAA to AA beginning in 2016-17 they will be competing in Region 2 with schools which they been bracketed with before. Toombs County will be the second largest school based on enrollment in Region 2 with 839. Jeff Davis is the biggest school with 867. Region 2 (9) Bacon County 570 Benedictine (single sex male) 738 Bryan County 598 Jeff Davis 867…

December 2, 2015
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Latest on the search for the next Toombs County Bulldog head football coach

News Release Toombs County Board of Education The search for the new Toombs County High School Head Football coach is underway and drawing a great deal of interest. As we move past the Thanksgiving break and into December, the number of applications continues to increase. According to Superintendent Richard Smith, “We have had a large number of quality applicants from across the state, and even a few from outside of…

December 2, 2015
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James Robert Webb flies in to Y-101 Radio

December 2, 2015

Singer James Robert Webb flew in from Oklahoma and guitarist Jeff Sturms flew from Nashville to Chicago to Savannah to meet up in the studio of Y-101 Radio in Lyons, Georgia. It was truly a Y-101 coincidence. The day before, on the After 8 Show, Webb made his Y-101 debut with his new music off his Christmas Album “Born this Day” and his new single “Makin’ Love Tonight. After positive…

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Bulldogs win first game, Lady Bulldogs lose in OT

December 2, 2015

After four losses in winnable games, the Toombs County Bulldogs won their first game of the season in convincing style over visiting Pierce County. The Dawgs shot 2-pointers, 3-pointers and free throws well and they defended just fine in a 69-41 victory. D.R. Meadows reeled off three third quarter 3-balls and led TCHS with 15 points. Jordan Usher scored seven points in each half and finished with 14, Keshawn Morgan…

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