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1000 Points and Counting

Danisha Jones has accomplished a milestone that not many others can attest the same.  In Saturday nights contest against rival Cairo, Danisha scored her 1000 career point as she helped lead The Lady Bulldogs to another victory in their quest for a Championship. Danisha’s scoring has been a big factor in their success, and looks

Swimming to Success

Yesterday, Thomasville hosted their Tri-Meet at the YMCA indoor pool.  There was a big turnout for both the Middle and High School Swim program.  Thomas County Central, Tift County and Thomasville all had excellent participants and fans as they cheered their respective schools to the finish line.  Look for more from the teams as they

All-State Selections

Two of Thomasville’s players have been recognized as the best at their position in AA football this season.  Congratulations are in store for Jay Bowdry(S) and Allen Robinson(OL) as they were selected as members to the Georgia Sports Writers Association AA 1st team defense and offense, respectively.

Thomasville Hoopfest 2014

Home, Holidays and Hoops!  It doesn’t get any better as the Thomasville Bulldogs and Lady Bulldogs host their annual Hoopfest this holiday season.  Come out and support the Bulldogs and other teams as they compete on the hardwood floor December 26, 27 and 29.  The Boys and Girl schedules are as follows: Holiday Hoopfest Schedule

2014 1AA All Region Selections

Congratulations are in order for some members of the Thomasville Bulldog 2014 football team.   2014 Region 1-AA All Region Football Awards 2014 Region Coach of the Year – Jason Strickland – Fitzgerald 2014 Region Player of the Year – Gerald Morgan – Fitzgerald – SR. 2014 Region Offensive Player of Year – Desmond Parker

One and Done

The Bulldogs arrived in Savannah with hopes of advancing to the second round with a win over the Benedictine Cadets.  The Dogs hopes were dampened from the opening kickoff.  Turnovers and penalties ultimately doomed Thomasville as they could not find any offensive rhythm or seem to make plays on special teams when needed.  The Dog

Dogs Playoff Bound

Senior night for the Bulldogs culminated in a victory for the Co-Region Championship.  A strong attack through the air and stiff defense held the Early County Bobcats to 13 points in their season finale.  For the Bulldogs, their next season starts now.  This Friday they travel to Savannah to play Benedictine in the opening round

Tough Loss

The Bulldogs entered Quitman, GA on a hot 5 game win streak looking to claim their first region title in 7 years.  The Brooks County Trojans put a freeze on those plans as they dominated the Dogs from the opening kickoff.  Looking often intimidated and over matched, Thomasville struggled to get any momentum in all

Bulldogs still Homecoming Kings

Ed Pilcher and the Berrien County Rebels entered the contest last night looking to spoil the Homecoming festivities for the Bulldogs.  Thomasville’s offense churned out 473 yards with over 360 coming behind the Big Hogs in the trenches.  The efforts of Ryan Bush, Allen Robinson, Bryan Kato, Thomas Rayburn, Terry Fleming and Mason Hodge paved

Bulldogs continue to ROLL!!!

Two weeks ago, the Bulldogs traveled to Fitzgerald to take on the No. 2 ranked Purple Hurricances.  Big plays and key stops allowed the Bulldogs to become victorious against what many thought to be a better team.  In what turned out to be the biggest play of the game, Sr. Andrew Robinson tackled the Fitzgerald