Thomasville Boys Varsity Football

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College Bound

Jay Bowdry and Andrew Robinson dressed the part today as they joined many other high school seniors around the country as signed their letter of intent to play football at the next level.  Friends and family joined the two as they announced their school decisions today.  Bowdry chose to play his college days at Georgia

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.

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

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 welcome Seminole County to Region 1AA

Thomasville opened their region schedule with a impressive win in Donalsonville Friday evening.  The offense looked dominant from the first series of the game.  They were led statistically behind Jalandin Jones’s 237 all purpose yards but clearly the offensive line paved the way to the end zone all night.  The defense flew to the ball

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

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.

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