The Toombs County baseball team opened the season with a 7-3 scrimmage victory at Metter. The game featured only nine total hits and 21 combined walks. The Bulldogs stoked six hits and walked 13 times. TCHS struck out 11 times and Dawg pitchers struck out nine Tigers and allowed three hits.
Toombs took a 2-0 lead in the top of the first. D.R. Meadows was hit by a pitch, Lane Adams singled and transfer Kyle Knight in his first Bulldog at bat, singled in a run. Adams scored the second run on a wild pitch.
Metter scored two unearned runs in the second and the game was tied at 2-all until the sixth inning. The Bulldogs, who left the bases loaded in the third and fourth, took advantage of three walks and scored three runs. Nick Curtis pushed a bunt down the first base line and reached to help set the table for George Lucke, who drove in a run with an infield hit and Lane Adams, who walked with the bases loaded. Meadows stole home in the sixth and walked with the bases loaded in the seventh.