Opening Day at Partin Park

The Lyons Recreation Department opened the 2019 softball and baseball season with Opening Day Ceremonies on the Big Field. Ten T-Ball teams, four Coach Pitch teams, three 8U Girls Softball teams, four 8U Boys Baseball teams, three 10U Girls Softball teams, four 10U Boys Baseball teams, two 12U Girls Softball teams, four 12U Boys Baseball teams, two 14U Girls Softball teams and two 14U Boys Baseball teams were introduced. Games…

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Toombs County’s Jeremy Beasley is the Los Angeles Angels’ starting pitcher against the San Diego Padres

  The Los Angles Angels wrapped up their spring training schedule with a road game against the San Diego Padres in Peoria, Arizona and the starting pitcher for LA was former Toombs County Bulldog Jeremy Beasley. San Diego won the game 11-4. Jeremy became the second former TCHS Bulldog to play in a Major League spring training game joining Vince Fasion, who spent March of 2007 with the Oakland A’s….

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Rigdon stifles the Bulldogs as Metter takes the series

In the their three game series with the Metter Tigers, the Toombs County Bulldogs, who were hitting over .300 as a team, were limited to 11 hits (11-for-68) as they batted only .162. In the third game- in Metter- sophomore righty Randon Rigdon held the Dawgs to three hits and faced just one over the minimum as the Tigers took the game 3-1 and the series two games to one….

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J.V. Dawgs also lose a one-run game to Metter

The Toombs County Bulldog junior varsity baseball team, just like the varsity, lost a one-run game to Metter at Jacky Jones Field. The Tigers scored single runs in the third, fourth and sixth innings in a 3-2 win. Lyons scored a run in the second. Bryson Stanley walked to leadoff the inning and with two outs J.D. Myers singled to right to drive in Stanley. In the fifth Bennie Jernigan…

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Musselman vs. Crooms is decided by a single run

In a fantastic pitching matchup between two sophomore right-handers (Toombs County’s Chase Musselman versus Metter’s Brian Crooms) the only run of the game was scored in the top of the third inning on three Metter hits as the Tigers pulled out a 1-0 Region 2 win at Jacky Jones Field in Lyons. Each pitcher threw seven innings. Musselman allowed five hits and struck out six batters and didn’t walk anybody…

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3 Toombs County 2nd half goals- in a 10 minute span- lift the Bulldogs to a 3-1 win at Vidalia

The Toombs County Bulldog soccer team had lost three close matches in 11 days including a 3-1 home loss to Vidalia. In the rematch, at Buck Cravey Field In Vidalia, the Dawgs were trailing the Indians 1-0 midway through the second half and then Dawson Harvey scored and Julian Marian-Vital followed with two more goals- all within a 10 minute span- as the Bulldogs beat the Indians 3-1 in a…

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Bulldogs extend their winning streak to six with another 8-inning victory

The Toombs County Bulldogs improved their extra inning record to 3-0 with a 5-4 eight inning victory at Metter. The Dawgs, who have now won six in a row, improved their Region 2 record to 6-1 and they are 12-4 overall. Kodi Cortez scored the game-winning run from third base with two outs on a wild pitch. Metter had a chance in the bottom of the eighth to tie the…

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Bulldogs turnaround after a rough start and a rain delay and run-rule Bryan County 14-4

For two innings the Toombs County Bulldogs didn’t look the the Toombs County Bulldogs and they certainly weren’t playing like a Top 10 team. After Bryan County scored three unearned runs in the top of the second the Redskins had a 4-0 lead and then mother nature intervened. A small rain storm forced an hour and twenty-seven minute delay and when the Bulldogs came back they scored 14 straight runs…

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Musselman shuts out Bryan County 5-0 on 63 pitches while Graham drives in 3 runs with two hits

Chase Musselman did something that Bulldog head coach Derek James said he had never seen. The sophomore right-hander threw a complete-game three-hit shutout on just 63 pitches. That is nine pitches per inning. 45 of his pitches were strikes and the only three hits he allowed in a 5-0 Region 2 win at Bryan County were leadoff singles in the first, fifth and sixth innings. Chase struck out five Redskins…

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Bulldogs take control of the first Bryan County game in the 1st inning

Instead of waiting till the late innings, the Toombs County Bulldogs took control of the first game of their three game series with Bryan County in the first inning. Starting pitcher Cole Graham retired the Redskins four-up, three-down in the top of the first and the Bulldog offense scored five runs in the bottom of the inning in an 8-1 victory at Jacky Jones Field. The 10th ranked Bulldogs are…

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