Bulldog Brawl- Day 1- Dawgs lose close 1st place dual to Hilton Head

The Toombs County varsity wrestling team rolled through pool play in the Bulldog Brawl at the TCHS Gym. The Dawgs spanked Brookstone 68-6, beat Region 1 AAA foe Dodge County 54-24 and shutout Hilton Head’s junior varsity team 72-0. Those three victories sent Toombs County into a championship match up with Hilton Head’s varsity team. Toombs County was missing heavyweight Jonathan Quintero which means the Dawgs had to yield six…

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Robert George- he used to play the game, now he covers it

  While a student-athlete at Toombs County High School Robert George played basketball on a Bulldog team which beat Vidalia and went to the state tournament. He also was on the tennis team and in middle school played football. These days Robert is still involved in sports, but instead of playing he is covering the Eagles at Georgia Southern. Robert is the sports editor for the George-Anne. So, not only…

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Can you find state champion Nancy Carter Dees in this picture?

This is a picture of the 1965 Bacon County Girls GHSA Class AA State Championship team. It is on display in the trophy case at the new Bacon County Gym. One of those 19 players used to teach full time in the Toombs County School system. She still occasionally is a substitute teacher. Can you find Nancy Carter Dees?¬†Click to see if you are right The 1965 Bacon County girls…

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2015 ends for TCHS with two down to the wire defeats

The last Toombs County High School sports action of 2015 featured two exciting close basketball loses to visiting Tattnall County. The Lady Bulldogs lost in overtime 54-49 and the Bulldogs fell 67-63. The Toombs County girls controlled the first three quarters of their subregion match up leading 11-10 after the first quarter, 27-19 at half and 38-36 after three quarters. However, the Lady Bulldogs had to rally from a four-point…

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Santa Claus visits Y-101 and helps give away alot of Basher money

On the day before Christmas Santa Claus made his yearly visit to Y-101 Radio and he spent an hour taking phone calls and talking to the young and old people including Cassie from Jeff Davis, Meredith, Phillip and Henerietta and even Sling Blade made a rare appearance. At the end of the After 8 Show Santa helped give away alot of R.A. Basher money. During the month of December Mr….

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Big night at Bacon- a Bulldog sweep

For the first time this season the Toombs County basketball teams both won on the same night. The Lady Bulldogs and Bulldogs both were victorious in their first trip to the new Bacon County Gym and both teams won by double-digits. The Lady Bulldog beat Bacon for the second time this season 43-17 and the Bulldogs avenged a nine-point home loss to the Raiders with a convincing 64-40 win in…

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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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