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Bulldogs hold on for first win!

As former Bulldogs celebrated past accomplishments, the Bulldogs got their first win this season under their belt this past Friday.  The Bulldogs came out strong, scoring on their first two possessions.  Wet weather led to less than stellar performances in the kicking game but still managed to get the job done.  Defense played lights out

Cross Country at Lee Co.

Congratulations to the cross country team for a solid performance at the first meet of the season in Lee County this past Saturday.   The middle school boys placed SECOND out of FIFTEEN teams!  They were led by Nathan Smith, Baylen Young, Reid Harbin, Lawson Brinkley, and Christian Pyle.   The girls middle school team was

Valdosta shuts out Thomasville

For the second game in a row, Thomasville’s offense has sputtered to get anything going.  In a weather delayed game, the Dog’s defense showed much promise as they held the Valdosta offense to just 10 points, with the only touchdown coming after a Thomasville turnover with less than 3 minutes to play in the game.

Softball game THS vs Pelham

The softball game on September 11th vs Pelham has been rescheduled for October 7th at Thomasville. Game times are 4:00 and 6:00

Stone hits homer for Lady Dawgs

In a game shortened by a lightning delay, freshman Ellie Stone hit her first home run in Wednesday’s softball game against Brooks County. The Lady Dawgs fell short 12-4.  

Thomasville vs. Americus Sumter

The lady dogs came back last night to win 12-10 against Americus Sumter in a rain delayed game. Leading the charge for the lady dogs were Madyson Morgan, Logan Milam and Ellie Stone. Madyson Thompson came in to pitch in the 3rd inning and recorded the win for the Lady Dogs. The game was stopped

7th Grade Falls To Baconton Charter

At Mitchell County Stadium, the young Bulldogs played Baconton Charter falling 22-6.  There were many bright spots throughout the game, but, being only their second game, jitters were still around.  The young Dogs held and played well most of the game, just missing on some of the little things that will improve as they age

Another Tough Loss for Dogs

The Bulldogs squared off against a revenge minded Cairo squad Friday night.  The Bulldogs looked focus and ready to claim another win in Cairo, but ultimately left the game looking for answers.  The defensive effort was much improved from the previous week, but offensively was the complete opposite.  Penalties also played a contributing part to

7 th Grade Football Falls to Cairo

August 27, 2014 The 7th grade Bulldogs lost their home opener this afternoon.  The score was 26 to 22.  It was a great outing for the young Bulldog squad.  They showed a lot of promise in this first game and were fighting the whole game through.  Mistakes cost the Dogs in this contest.  They fell

Thomasville Loses Season Opener

The season opener between West Laurens and Thomasville was a nail biter.  The game came down to the final play with less than one second on the clock, which was an incomplete pass from Kenneth Hayes to Javier McGriff.  Though a tough loss, there were plenty of positives to take away from the game.