Are Comebacks becoming a thing for TCHS baseball?

In a non-region match up against the 6-2 Bleckley County Royals, TCHS came out victorious 8-5 in a come from behind win in Lyons. In recent years, TCHS has never quite had a comeback baseball program. However, recently that’s the way the Bulldogs have been winning games. While the Bulldogs have yet to find the exact rhythm at the plate, they have been producing timely hitting and have been putting…

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One bad inning killed TCHS

The Toombs County Bulldog baseball team played AAAAA – Coffee County in a non-region matchup in Douglas. The Bulldogs fell short to the Trojans 10-3. For the first two and a half innings the Bulldogs held their own and actually maintained a one run lead over the Trojans until the bottom of the third. The TCHS defense made several errors and couldn’t seem to get out number three. TCHS allowed…

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The Bulldogs do it again

In a makeup game against the Class AAA Appling County Pirates, the Toombs County High School baseball team had vengeance on their mind and had another walk off victory beating the Pirates 4-3 at home. Just the night before, the Bulldogs scored the winning run in the bottom of the seventh to take the game against the Washington County Golden Hawks and in Saturday’s game against the Pirates, TCHS did…

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A 25th Anniversary and A Walk off Win

The Toombs County High School baseball team held the 25th Anniversary Ceremonies for the 1996 GHSA Class A State Champion Bulldog Baseball Team and walked away with a victory themselves. TCHS beat the Washington County Golden Hawks 6-5 in an exciting late game walk off win. After the celebration of a historical win by a team of yesteryear the Toombs County Bulldogs faced off in a non-region match up against…

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Knight Pitching and TCHS Defense secure the Win

The Toombs County High School Junior Varsity and Varsity baseball teams travelled across the Ohoopee River for a pair of non-region games against Tattnall County. Both teams came away victorious with the JV winning 9-3 and the Varsity winning 4-0. In Varsity action, Toombs scored one run in the first on a sacrifice fly by Junior Jason Dukes. Toombs scored another run in the fifth on a two out RBI…

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The Pirates Prevail

The Toombs County High School baseball team went on the road a second time this season and came back with a loss to the Appling County Pirates 6-2. TCHS opened up the game scoring two runs in the top of the first. Seniors Chandler Lynn and Chase Musselman each reached on a walk. Junior Bryson Stanley grounded into a fielder’s choice and that left Lynn and Musselman on second and…

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Another Run Rule at the New Facility

The Toombs County High School baseball team faced off against the Portal Panthers and the results were a 15-0 win in three innings. Last year, TCHS shutout the Panthers in Portal 13-0 in five innings and the Bulldogs did it again in 2021. Offensively, it was a breath of fresh air compared to the game versus Calvary Day. Although the Bulldogs did not have a ton of hits Monday night,…

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Cavalier pitching took care of TCHS

The Toombs County Bulldog baseball team played in Grayson Stadium against the Calvary Day Cavaliers and lost 6-0 on Friday night. In the historic Grayson Stadium, home of the Savannah Bananas, the Bulldogs faced off in a non-region game versus the Calvary Day Cavaliers. The Cavaliers coming into the game were 0-1. The Cavaliers lost to the Vidalia Indians earlier in the week 3-0. Toombs County walked up to the…

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The 2021 Season Opener Shutout

The Toombs County High School baseball team opened up regular season action with a big score beating the Dublin Fighting Irish 16-0 in three innings. The Dublin Fighting Irish is a team under reconstruction. The Irish are rebuilding their program and TCHS is in their third year of Head Coach Derrick James’s coaching and staff. The Bulldogs were ready and showed immediate results. Junior Logan Knight came out throwing strikes…

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A Scrimmage Repeat

The Toombs County High School baseball team reign victorious in their scrimmage game, which officially cut the ribbon to the start of the 2021 Season. The Toombs County Bulldog baseball team was officially set to scrimmage the Treutlen County Vikings on Tuesday at 5:45 but inclement weather did not allow the commencement. Game day was moved to Thursday and the Bulldogs had a full seven inning scrimmage game beating the…

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