Brantley County knocks off the Lady Dawgs

The Brantley County Lady Herons scored four runs early and four more later on to hold of Toombs County 9-5 in a Region 1 AAA softball game in Lyons. Ansley Tatum, playing third base, drove in two runs with a grounder to short and a single to left field. Pitcher Taylor Thompson stroked a double and drove in a run. Megan Dukes, Abigail Lynn, Courtney Moore and Lillie Ann Pittman…

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Brothers Tristan and Ricardo finish 1st & 2nd at Vidalia

Brothers Tristan Lynn and Ricardo Santana finished first and second in Toombs County’s first cross country action of the season at Vidalia High School. Running a three-mile course which includes a trip into the woods and a lap around the track at Buck Cravey Field, Lynn, a junior, won in a time of 18:35. Younger brother Ricardo, a freshman, placed second in 19:01. Sabastion McKee was the third Buldog finisher,…

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TCHS Bulldogs overcome sluggish 1st quarter with inspired play the rest of the way

Down 21-0 after 12 minutes and five seconds of their rivalry game at Buck Cravey Field in Vidalia, the Toombs County Bulldogs quite making mistakes and started making plays. The more efficient effort, some Indian mistakes and the right leg of Rig Tinoco allowed the Bulldgos to score 13 straight points in the second and third quarter. However the Indians held on to a 31-20 victory. Watch a Bryce Braddy slideshow  Y-101…

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JV Bulldogs open with 20-6 win over Metter

Bruising fullbacks Jeidon Sistrunk and Johnathan Williams provided all the points and the Bulldog defense didn’t yield a single score in the Toombs County junior varsity football teams 20-6 home win over Metter. The Tigers only points were scored on a fumble recovery which was scooped up and returned 22-yards with 1:55 to play in the first half. Sistrunk, a sophomore who scored on a 65-yard run at Metter last…

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Braddy and Varnadoe each smash multiple hits for TCMS

The Toombs County Middle School battery of Ashtyn Braddy and Hannah Varnadoe each stroked two  or more hits in the Lady Bullpups 8-5 home loss to rival J.R. Trippe. TCMS is 2-2 with a 17-4 win at Swainsboro and a forfeit victory over Dublin. The girls lost at West Laurens 12-0 on Tuesday. Braddy singled and scored in the first inning on a hit by Varnadoe. Ashtyn later singled twice…

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Game week is here for the TCMS Bullpups

  The Toombs County Bullpups have been preparing for their 2015 season since June and the seven game schedule begins on Thursday, September 3rd with a 4:30 p.m. home game against Swainsboro. Trey Cloud will be the Bullpups starting quarterback and he has been learning the intricacies of the Toombs County Bulldogs option offense. T.Y. Myrick with be a fullback and Jarrett Hall will be one of the wingbacks. Hall…

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Jamar Smith leads Holmes CC in tackles

In his four years at Toombs County High School playing linebacker was Jamar Smith’s other skill on the football field. His primary role was running the football. Smith tallied 2034 yards and scored 26 touchdowns in the 2013 season. Jamar signed with Holmes Community College in Mississippi on March 25 and coach Jeff Koonce told Y-101 Radio that the expectation was that Smith would be a starter in his freshman…

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TCHS Dawgs open 2015 with 26-6 win

The taste of victory is sweet in the Pit in Lyons even if you don’t play a complete game. Despite too many penalty flags, fumbles and missed tackles on third down runs by the opposition’s quarterback, the Toombs County Bulldogs opened the 50th season of football, at Booster Stadium, with a 26-6 region crossover win over Johnson County. Watch a Bryce Braddy slideshow The Atomsmashers took the opening kickoff and drove…

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TCHS volleyball beats Tift & Liberty and loses to Ware & Sav. Arts

The Toombs County volleyball team had a challenging week. On Tuesday they traveled to Waycross. The 3A  Net Dawgs beat 6A Tift County 25-17 and 25-10 and 4A Liberty County 25-14 and 29-17 and they lost to 4A Ware County 25-17 and 25-12. Watch a slideshow from the Savannah Arts match. On Thursday TCHS played host to Savannah Arts, the top team in the region, and the Lady Panthers won 25-7 and…

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Award winning Justin Dukes sings on Y-101 Radio

Justin Dukes has visited Y-101 Radio over the years as the lead singer of the Tiger Creek Band. The graduate of Robert Toombs Christian Academy and East Georgia State College dropprd by for an hour on the After 8 Show to sing and talk about his solo career. Recently Dukes has been busy doing shows around the state and opening for some big names in country music like Vince Gill,…

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