Toombs County selects Richie Marsh to lead the Bulldogs back to Double A

The Toombs County Bulldogs new head football coach has been a state champion linebacker, a state champion assistant coach and a head coach at two different Florida High Schools and one high school in Georgia. He has also been a college defensive coordinator and an assistant at Georgia’s most legendary high school program. He is a defensive guy who emphasizes speed and strength and this will be the third time…

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Younger Dawgs improve finish at War Eagle Classic

A younger group of Toombs County High School wrestlers improved on their 2014 eighth place finish at the War Eagle Classic, at Woodward Academy, by placing fifth. In 2014 the Bulldogs had six wrestlers who placed by finishing sixth or higher. This season, a team with only one senior, had 10 Bulldogs finish in the top six. The Bulldogs were lead by freshman Ricardo Santana, who followed up his first…

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Bulldogs hang with Vikings for a half

The Treutlen Vikings basketball team went 27-2 last season losing both games to Calhoun County- once in the regular season and the second time in the GHSA A Public School State Semifinal Game. One of the Vikings keys to success is their pressing defense combined with their overall depth. Truetlen substitutes five players at a time. Watch a slideshow In a match up with the Toombs County Bulldogs, in Lyons, the…

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Jordan and Landon are honored in Waycross

Toombs County senior football players Jordan Usher and Landon Cowart were honored by In the Game Magazine as the Bulldog’s offensive and defensive players of the year for the 2015 season. The two Dawgs and coaches Travis Blewett, Nick Hayes and Shaun Pope attended the ceremony at Waycross. Usher was a multi-dimensional offensive player in his final season with the Bulldogs. He was a quarterback and a receiver. He ran…

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Bulldogs runaway in third quarter with their second victory

The Toombs County Bulldogs and the Appling County Pirates shared a similar record and a victory over a common opponent entering their Region 1 AAA subregion game in Baxley. Both teams had one win- a subregion victory over Pierce County. When the night was over the 2-8 Bulldogs had a 66-55 victory and a 2-1 subregion record thanks to a 13-0 run starting off the third quarter. The Bulldogs struggled…

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TCHS Bulldogs take third place at Raider Invitational

The Toombs County wrestling team finished third at the Raider Invitational at West Laurens. Three Bulldogs won individual titles- senior Nathan Belch and two freshmen- Cruz Arredondo and Ricardo Santana each won their weight classes. Devin Matthews and Ervin Mincey placed second, Justin Hall was third and Jonathan Quintero finished fourth.

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Dawgs push the Indians for 3 quarters, Vidalia pulls away in the 4th

February 12, 21012 was the last time the Toombs County Bulldogs beat rival Vidalia in basketball, Those Dawgs opened up a 21 point lead and held on for a four point victory. On the twelfth day of December in 2015 it looked like the current bunch of Bulldogs might pull off the feat again. TCHS led 17-13 after the opening quarter and the game was tied at 45 going to…

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TCMS Bullpups finish 6th at their Christmas Duals

A week after winning the Swamp Duals at Ware County, the Toombs County Middle School wrestling team placed sixth in their Christmas Duals. The Bullpups beat Swainsboro 70-39, lost to Ware County 70-38, lost to Tifton 95-18, defeated Pierce County 77-50 and lost to Richmond Hill in the fifth place match 90-54.

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TCMS Bullpups finish 2nd in MGMSAA Soccer

For the third straight season the Toombs County Middle School Boys soccer team finished second in the MGMSAA Tournament. Playing on their home field the Bullpups lost to West Laurens 2-0. TCMS only lost two games this season and both were to West Laurens, The Raiders won the regular season game at West Laurens on penalty kicks. The Raiders scored a first half goal with 3:30 play and a second half…

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TCMS Bullpups move into the championship game

For the second time in seven days Toombs County Middle School striker Julian Marin scored three goals against rival J.R. Trippe and his hat trick, at the TCMS Soccer Field, led  the Bullpups to a 5-0 win over the Chiefs sending them to the championship game of the season-ending MGMSAA Tournament. Toombs will play West Laurens on Friday at 5:15 p.m. in Lyons for the title. West Laurens shut out…

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