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Georgia’s Track and Field Records – Presented by VNN

As the Spring Season hits full swing, state records start falling. Think you can meet the challenge? Here’s Georgia’s Track and Field All-Time Performance Lists, courtesy of MileSplitGA: GIRLS Long Jump Brittany Porter 21-3.5 TOWERS DeKalb Championships 3-30-09 Kendell Williams 20-10.5 KELL AAAAA Sectional A 4-27-13 Tameisha King 20-6 ½ PEBBLEBROOK Region 5-AAAA Meet 5-99 Tiffany

1-AA Men’s Basketball All-Region Team

Congratulations go out to our Dogs who made All- Region Honors Coach of the Year was our own Coach Ben Tillman.  He lead his bulldogs to a 24-1 overall record and an 11-1 record in region.  The Bulldogs are currently ranked #1 in the state in AA. Defensive Player of the Year award went to


Thomasville Bullgogs Emerge Victorious Against Pelham High School 62-49 on Saturday with the help of Shedrick Cooper, who scored 15 points.  Claiming a 31-25 lead at the half, Thomasville Bulldogs put up points early in the game.  Thomasville solidified their lead in the third quarter, scoring 19 points.  Cooper led the charge for Thomasville‘s offense, scoring 15 points, with five points during the third


Thomasville High School Athletics are proud to announce the scholarship signing for Karson Stone!  Karson has signed a Golf scholarship as a early signee to attend The University of North Georgia.  All Thomasville Bulldogs are proud and Congratulate her on her accomplishments and wish her the very best.


2015 Region 1-AA All Region Football Awards   2015 Region Coach of the Year – Maurice Freeman – Brooks County 2015 Region Player of the Year – Damonte Jones – Brooks County 2015 Region Offensive Player of Year – J.D. King – Fitzgerald 2015 Region Defensive Player of Year – Tyvon Maxwell – Brooks County


Thomasville Bulldogs Varsity Win Versus Valdosta High School Jordan Willis‘s 13 points propelled Thomasville to a 72-52 victory over Valdosta High School on Sunday.  Thomasville Bulldogs Varsity clinched their lead in the third quarter on a two-pointer from Alex Perry. Thomasville had an early scoring surge, claiming a 22-20 lead at the half.  Thomasvillecemented their lead in the third quarter, scoring 27 points. 

Staying the Course

The bulldogs have struggled to find success throughout the year consistently.  The same continued Friday night against Pelham.  The program will keep grinding, always looking for ways to improve.  Looking for Effort, Toughness, Discipline, and Knowledge from the players.  Friday night the offense was led by Tori Sapp who had 22 carries for 127 yards

THS Lady dogs vs Early County

On Thursday October 1st the lady Dog’s battled rival Early County in a big region game and won 13-0. Madison Morgan led the offense charge hitting a two run homer. Elli Stone and Madison Thompson and Aubrey Baker were solid at the plate for the dogs. Logan Milam pitched for the dogs and was solid

THS Lady Dogs vs Pelham

The lady dogs came out strong in the first inning on senior night. Aubrey Baker and Madyson Thompson got big hits scoring runs for the lady dogs. Logan Milam pitched a two hitter for the dogs winning 15-0. The Bulldogs honored seniors Kylie Marsh, Dezhia Wilson and Ciasha Metcalf before the game.


Bulldogs fell short against a very good Fitzgerald team.  The Bulldogs were able to move the ball on the hurricanes through the air, but was not enough.  JT Rice completed 13 passes for 181 yards with 2 touchdowns.  Ford Faulk caught 7 of those passes for 131 yards and both touchdowns.  Freshman Linebacker, Jerimiah Powell,