TCHS Football Bulldogs will celebrate their 2017 season at their Thursday banquet

February 18, 2018

The 2017 Toombs County High School football season was by all measures the Bulldogs’ most successful season since  their 2008 run to the Elite 8. The Dawgs went 9-1 during the regular season, 10-2 overall, won their first playoff game since 2008, defeated Vidalia for the first in eight years, finished in the top two in the region standings for the first time since 2003 and played host to their…

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Former Dawgs Hunter Braddock and Nick Curtis are playing for the Barons

February 16, 2018

Former Toombs County baseball players Hunter Braddock and Nick Curtis never played on the same Bulldog team, but now they are teammates at Brewton-Parker. Braddock leads the Barons in hitting through the Barons’ first 11 games (3-8) with a .370 bating average while Curtis is 0-2 as a pitcher in three outings. Braddock has at least a hit in every game he has played except one. He went 0-for-2 against…

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Harrison pitches 4 1/3 innings of no-hit ball prior to a Long County come-from-behind victory

Brock Harrison, a compact righthander with a good arm, has always had the ability to dominate a game from the mound. As a Toombs County Middle School Bullpup, in back-to-back starts, he struck out 16 Swainsboro batters and allowed three hits and then followed that up by striking out 11 East Laurens hitters while yielding just one hit. In 2017 in his first start of his sophomore season for the…

February 15, 2018
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Pruett is tough to hit again in the Dawgs’ season opener

February 14, 2018

Dodge County pitcher Tyler Pruett was tough to hit in his last start of 2017 and he opened the 2018 season pitching the same kind of ball, but with a different result. Pruett last threw in game two of the Toombs County/Dodge County GHSA AA quarterfinal series. He pitched seven innings and did not allow an earned run. However, his Indians took the loss in an extra inning to end…

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TCHS baseball season opener delayed a day

February 13, 2018

The Toombs County Bulldogs will have to wait a day to open their 2018 season at Dodge County. Rain and a wet field has delayed a rematch between the Bulldogs and the Indians from Tuesday to Wednesday at 5:30 p.m. in Eastman. Last year the two teams met in the quarterfinal round of the GHSA State playoffs with the Bulldogs winning 6-3 and 3-2 in eight innings to qualify for…

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Ricardo Santana wins a 2nd state championship, Gage Clark and Ervin Mincey finish 2nd

February 9, 2018

Toombs County junior Ricardo Santana became the fourth Bulldog wrestler to win back-to-back state championships in wrestling. Derrick Mincey, Bradley Benton and Bryan Benton (four straight) accomplished the feat prior to Santana winning the 126 pound division at the 2018 GHSA State Traditional Championship. Ricardo won the 120 pound weight class in 2017 and also finished third in his first trip to state at 113 pounds. Gage Clark and Ervin…

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New look Bulldogs experience similar results in Liberty County scrimmage

Last year the Final Four Toombs County Bulldog baseball team opened up their season with a 16-7 scrimmage win at Liberty County. Seven Dawgs who played in that game have moved on. However, seven who either swung the stick or pitched, took the field in the 2018 season opening scrimmage against Liberty and the result was quite similar with the new look Bulldogs winning 12-2. The game was originally scheduled…

February 9, 2018
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Four Bulldogs sign with three different colleges

February 8, 2018

National Signing Day was big day at Toombs County High School as four seniors signed to play college football at three different schools. Quarterback Dalton McBride and lineman Willie Campbell each signed with the University of the Cumberlands (Williamsburg, Kentucky), lineman Ervin Mincey with West Georgia and Keshawn Morgan with Independence Community College (Kansas). In his last two years these four players helped lead the Dawgs to a 16-7 record…

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10 Dawgs are going to Macon for the GHSA Traditional State Wrestling Tournament

Ten Toombs County Bulldog wrestlers survived two tough weekends of wrestling, in the Toombs County High School Gym, to earn a spot in the 8-man brackets at the GHSA Traditional Wrestlng Tournament to be held in the Macon Centreplex. Double A action, which includes Toombs County, begins with the quarterfinals on Friday, February 9 at 10 a.m. The finals for all classifications are on Saturday beginning at 3 p.m. The…

February 4, 2018
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Bulldogs turn on the offense in the 2nd half as they win their 1st game of the season

December 10, 2017

For the first half of their home game against Bryan County, the Toombs County Bulldog offense was inconsistent. The Dawgs scored 14 points in the first quarter and only five in the second and they trailed 27-19 at the break. However, in the scond half TCHS was a different team. The Bulldogs scored 23 points in the third quarter and 21 in the fourth in their 63-53 victory. This was…

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