The Bulldogs overcome a 13-point deficit to win a 2nd half shootout 37-34

On a damp night in Booster Stadium the Toombs County Bulldogs fell behind 13-0, trailed 13-9 at half and then in the final two quarters outscored the Hephzibah Rebels 28-21 in half that featured five lead changes. D.J. MIncey’s two touchdown runs of 12 and 22-yards, within less than a minute of each other, propelled the Dawgs to a 37-34 win in the first round of the GHSA State Playoffs. Y-101…

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Despite the rain Booster Stadium is ready for tonight’s playoff game

In the past- prior to the installation of the Legion Turf- Booster Stadium has been ill-equipped to handle a rainy day or night. In 2007 a massive storm turned an Appling County at Toombs County game into a muddy mess. McIntosh County Academy and the Bulldogs also sloshed through four quarters in 2011. More recently- in 2017- a Twiggs County at TCHS game was delayed due to a heavy rain…

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Toombs County Middle School cheerleaders real off four 1st or 2nd place finishes

The Toombs County Middle School competition cheerleading team opened up the season by not placing at their first competition at Vidalia. However, after that the girls were almost unbeatable. TCMS went on to finish 2nd at the East Laurens Falcon Frenzy, 1st at their own Toombs County Cheer Classic, and 1st at the Swainsboro Rumble in the Jungle Competition. Their biggest victory came in the Southeast Georgia Region Cheer Competition…

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A talented bunch of Rebels are coming to Booster Stadium

Even though the Toombs County Bulldogs and the Hephzibah Rebels have never played a regular season or playoff game Toombs County Bulldog head coach Richie Marsh has been able to monitor the Rebels improvement through two scrimmage games and game prep for Friday’s first round GHSA State playoff game at Booster Stadium at 7:30 on Y-101 Radio and streamed on Mixlr In 2016 Marsh coached for the first time in…

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The Bulldog wrestlers open up the season with Santana and Rodriquez each going 5-0

Martin Santana and Arael Rodriguez were each coming off cross country season as they switched sports to wrestling and both went 5-0 in their dual matches at Ware County to lead the Toombs County Bulldogs to a fifth place finish in the Gator Duals in their first action of the season. The Bulldogs had to forfeit three weight classes because those wrestlers are still playing football which means the Dawgs…

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The Bulldogs play the Rebels for real on Friday night in Booster Stadium

The Toombs County Bulldogs and Hephzibah Rebels have never played a regular season or playoff game, but they do have a recent history. In back-to-back seasons in 2016 and 17 the two schools scrimmaged each other both home and away. Only the weather could damper the varsity Bulldogs in 16-0 scrimmage win over Hephzibah In 2016- the game was played in the Pit and was limited to one quarter due…

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Bulldogs earn a home playoff game with a 31-20 win at Swainsboro

After two tough Region 2 losses to Metter and Vidalia, the Toombs County Bulldogs were on the outside looking in to make the top four in the playoff race. However, these Dawgs rallied with two big wins (Jeff Davis 31-0) to close out the regular season and not only did their 31-20 victory at Swainsboro clinch a trip to the postseason, but also a home game in the opening round…

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Bulldogs versus Tigers will determine the playoff positions for both teams

On November 7, 2008 the Toombs County Bulldogs traveled to Swainsboro needing a win over the Tigers to qualify for the state playoffs. Those Bulldogs were successful winning 43-30 on their way to the Elite 8. The 2019 Bulldogs don’t have to beat Swainsboro to move on to state. However, it will take away any doubt because if Jeff Davis wins at Metter and the Dawgs lose, the Yellow Jackets…

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Martin Santana finishes 6th in the GHSA AA State Cross Country Meet

In a race run at a very fast pace, Toombs County senior Martin Santana finished 6th in the GHSA AA State Cross Country Meet in Carrollton. Martin ran the 5k (3.1 Miles) race in 17:44.27. He was the top runner from Region 2 finishing a second before Vidalia’s Cole Register. As a freshman at state Martin finished 33rd in 19:34 as a sophomore 16th in 18:35.23 and last year 22nd…

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Ervin Mincey wraps up his JUCO career with a win and an active game

Former Toombs County Bulldog Ervin Mincey wrapped up his playing days at Holmes Community College in Mississippi with a 49-16 home victory over Coahoma Community College. In the Senior Day win Ervin had three tackles including a sack. In eight games Ervin had 36 tackles- 15 solo and 21 assists and he averaged 4.5 per game. Y-101 Interview   Check out my highlight – https://t.co/kYBDDFnSAl — Ervin Mincey (@King_Mincey) October…

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