6th Grade TCMS Bullpups open up their 2nd season with a come-from-behind win over Vidalia

In their first year of play the Toombs County Middle School 6th Grade football team competed for the league championship. Their second season begin in Booster Stadium with 14-12 win over Vidalia. Artavis Williams scored the tying points on a 25-yard run down the sideline to the south end zone with 7:40 to play in the game. Then quarterback Demetius Cutler threw a pass to Caden Marsh for the two-point…

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TCMS Lady Bullpups swing some mighty sticks in a doubleheader sweep

The Toombs County Middle School Lady Bullpups were swinging the sticks all through their lineup as they swept Jenkins County in a high scoring doubleheader in Lyons. Toombs rallied from a 7-4 deficit in the first game and won 10-9 as Alexa Ledford drove in the winning run. In the second game the Lady Bullpups opened up an 11-2 lead and then Jenkins tied the game at 11 before Toombs…

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Former Dawgs Belch and Edwards make big plays for St. Andrews

Former Toombs County Bulldog football players Nathan Belch and Jimmy Edwards are getting a lot of playing time and they are making big plays for the St. Andrews Knights in that North Carolina school’s first year of collegiate football. In a 38-20 home loss to Faulkner University (Montgomery, Alabama) Edwards started at linebacker and Belch entered the game as a safety and scored the Knight’s first touchdown. Belch read the…

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TCHS Homecoming 2017- Brooke Morris and Mikenna Salem take the crowns

Senior Brooke Morris and freshman Mikenna Salem were voted by the student body the 2017 Homecoming Queen and Princess at halftime of the Toombs County versus Bacon County game at Booster Stadium on September 22. Pictures by J.D. Rogers Morris, the queen, and Mikenna, the princess, are both competition and spirit cheerleaders. Brooke, the daughter of Rodney and Melinda Morris, is on the FCA Leadership Team, the TCHS Student Council,…

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Bulldogs go 4-0 as the Red Bullets fly to the ball, the ground game scores twice and Tinoco boots two FG’s of 40 & more

For the first time since 1995 the Toombs County Bulldogs have opened up a season with four straight wins. The Dawgs scored two rushing touchdowns and kicked two field goals in a 20-14 home win over Bacon County- a team which came into the Pit with a 4-0 record.  Homecoming Ceremony Y-101 Locker Room Show   The ’95 TCHS team did not lose a game during the regular season and…

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Bulldog JV plays half a game, 6th Grade Pups are rained out

A late afternoon storm shut down a Toombs County High School junior varsity, 6th grade Toombs County Middle School football doubleheader after just a half of junior varsity play with Pierce County on top 14-7. The 6th grade game against Vidalia will be rescheduled. Pierce County opened up a quick 14-0 lead as the Bears scored on two big plays the first two times they touched the football. Pierce ran…

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Two undefeated teams square off in Booster Stadium

The last time the Toombs County Bulldogs opened up a season with three straight wins was in 2007. The last time the Bacon County Raiders started a season with four straight victories was never. Even in a 9-2 season in 1987 the Raiders lost in week two to Appling County before winning eight straight. Toombs County Football Page The two teams will meet in Booster Stadium on Friday at 7:30 p.m….

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Lady Bulldogs rise up and beat Fitzgerald for 2nd win of the season

For the first three innings of their non-region home game against Fitzgerald the Toombs County Lady Bulldogs were playing the same kind of ball they have been playing during their seven game losing streak. One of their main problems has been leaving runners in scoring position. The Lady Dawgs left runners on second and third base in both the first and second innings and by the bottom of the fifth…

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Jamar Smith plays on ESPN

Growing up in Lyons Jamar Smith watched ESPN as he played football for the Toombs County Middle School Bullpups and the Toombs County High School Bulldogs. However, he had never played on ESPN until September 15 when his UTEP Miners played host to Arizona in a 10:30 p.m. EDT time broadcast on the mothership (ESPN).  Adam Amin handled the play-by-play, Dusty Dvoracek was the analyst and Molly McGrath  was on…

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JV Bulldogs, like the varsity, now have a 3-game winning streak

The Toombs County junior varsity football team opened the season with a home loss to Swainsboro. However, since then these young Dawgs have won three games in a row and all on the road. Their latest victory, a 33-0 at East Laurens featured a potent passing game with sophomore quarterback Trey Cloud throwing three touchdown passes in the first half. The Bulldogs scored twice on the ground and their defense…

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