Dawson County Varsity Baseball Schedule 2018

DCHS Baseball
Date Opponent Home/Away
2/8  5:00p
Game Details: Riverwood
Away
2/13  5:55p
Location: Athens Christian High School
Away
2/17  1:00p
Game Details: Edo Miller Field/ Brunswick
Away
2/17  4:00p Away
2/20  5:55p
Location: Dawson County High School
Home
2/22  5:55p
Location: Dawson County High School
Home
2/23  5:55p
Location: Dawson County High School
Home
2/26  5:30p
Game Details: @ North Georgia campus
Away
3/1  5:55p
Location: Dawson County High School
Home
3/2  5:55p
Location: Dawson County High School
Home
3/6  5:55p
Location: Fannin County High School
Away
3/9  5:00p
Location: Dawson County High School
Home
3/9  7:30p
Location: Dawson County High School
Home
3/12  5:55p
Location: Greater Atlanta Christian High School
Away
3/14  5:55p
Location: Dawson County High School
Home
3/16  5:55p
Location: Greater Atlanta Christian High School
Away
3/19  5:55p
Location: Dawson County High School
Home
3/21  5:55p
Location: Union County High School
Away
3/23  5:55p
Location: Dawson County High School
Home
3/26  5:55p
Location: Lumpkin County High School
Away
3/28  5:55p
Location: Dawson County High School
Home
3/30  5:55p
Location: Lumpkin County High School
Away
4/2  5:55p
Location: West Hall High School
Away
4/4  5:55p
Location: Dawson County High School
Home
4/6  2:00p
Game Details: ALPHARETTA HS
Away
4/9  5:55p
Location: Dawson County High School
Home
4/11  5:55p
Location: East Hall High School
Away
4/13  5:55p
Location: Dawson County High School
Home
4/16  5:55p
Location: North Hall High School
Away
4/18  5:55p
Location: Dawson County High School
Home
4/20  5:55p
Location: North Hall High School
Away

Schedule Legend

  • Region Game = *
  • Playoff Game= **
  • Tournament Game= ***

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Tigers take victories over Panthers

Union County High School

Tuesday Jan. 9, the Union County High School Panthers played an away 7-AAA region game at Dawson County High School.

The Lady Panthers fought hard but foul trouble got the best of them early on as center Kait Mccarter had to sit down early in the first and second quarters due to this.

The Lady Panthers fought hard early on with Q1 trailing 9-11 at the buzzer. Mccarter led the lady panthers with 5 in Q1. The Lady Panthers still had life in the second quarter although 3 starters had 2 or more fouls. Mccarter led all UC scorers with 7 points in the first half.

The Lady Panthers started out slow out of the half as they were on the wrong side of a 18-4 run to open Q3.

The Lady Panthers could never get back in reach of the Lady Tigers. Sophomore forward Andelin Hill led all scorers with 17 points, Mccarter also had (12), senior guard Bailey Daniel and sophomore guard Brooke Dockrey (8)The final score was 42-54.

The Lady Panthers fall to 11-5 and 3-2 in region play, the next game being Friday, Jan 12 against the Fannin County Rebels in a region match-up tipping off at 7pm.

The Panthers followed the lady panthers tipping off at 7:30.
The Panthers were in for a battle all night long and it showed as the score was tied at 12 end of Q1. The panthers also got into some early foul trouble as senior Candler Colwell had 2 fouls in the first 1:30.
This was a hard fought defensive battle all night long as no team had larger than a 4 point lead in the first half. The panthers trailed 27-25 at the half.
The Panthers were fighting all night long, senior forward Crawford Colwell hit a layup at the buzzer to put UC up by 1 at the 3Q buzzer 38-37.
The Panthers played keep-away by holding the ball for over 5 minutes in Q4, but missed key free throws in the last :45 seconds to fall to 13-3 and 3-2 in region play.
Offensively, Union was led by sophomore guard Pierson Allison (11), Senior Patrick Bagget and Senior Crawford Colwell (9).  The next game being Friday, Jan. 12 against the Fannin County Rebels in a region match-up tipping off at 8:30pm.  Full coverage to follow.

Lady Tigers cruise to victory, Tigers come up short in OT

Dawson County High School, Sports

DAWSON, GA – Saturday, Jan 6, the Dawson County Lady Tigers (9-7, 1-3 Region 7-AAA) hosted the Forsyth Central Lady Bulldogs (7-9, 0-2 Region 5-AAAAAAA) and although this was a non-region contest, the ladies from Dawson County showed up ready to play. This was the second time this season that these to programs met on the hardwood, as Dawson’s varsity girls took a 19-pt victory on the Lady Bulldog’s court on Dec 16.

Not taking their second meeting for granted, Dawson County started the game strong and finished in the same manner, leaving no doubt that the best team won Saturday afternoon.  The final margin?  A whopping 30 points, the biggest loss served to the Lady Bulldogs this season!  Final score: 66-36.

With a dominating 30-pt victory and more than 60-pts on the scoreboard, the Lady Tigers clearly know how to shoot a basketball.  Leading the scoring for the Lady Tigers in her first game back from injury was Kaylee Sticker – with 19 points (including four 3 pointers).  She was followed by Sophia d’Oliveria with 10 points, respectively.

Dawson County head coach Steve Sweat also had plenty to be proud of in the effort of his girls on the defensive side of the basketball, providing a balanced performance of defensive pressure and accurate shooting offensively.

The Lady Tigers will be at home on Tuesday hosting Union County (11-4, 3-1) in what should be an exciting game for Region 7-AAA.  The Lady Panthers are coming off a four game win streak and currently sit tied for second overall in the region (with North Hall).  Tip-off is scheduled for 6pm and you won’t want to miss this one.  Union County has a reputation for traveling well, so if you’re a fan of your Tigers you’ll want to make it a point to get to the game early and cheer for your varsity girls and boys!

On the boys side, the Tigers (12-4 overall, 4-0 Region 7-AAA) took a tough loss to a strong Forsyth Central Bulldogs team 63-57 in overtime.  This was the second consecutive night the Tigers forced overtime against a strong team.  Just one night prior to this matchup, the Tigers took the victory over East Hall in Gainesville, 94-91.

Though head coach Chad Pittman was proud of the effort of his team in this game, the Tigers unfortunately did not appear to have the energy to hold off the Bulldogs in the overtime period.  They fought hard and played well, and despite the loss they showed everyone in attendance why they are the team to beat in Region 7-AAA.

Dawson County was led in scoring by Jeremiah Crumley with 25, followed by Cullen Reed with 22 and Campbell Reed with 7.

The Tigers will hit the hardwoods again Tuesday night at 7:30 when they host Union County (13-2, 3-1), who’s only region loss came by the hands of East Hall (77-61) on Jan 3.

*Courtside coverage provided by Luther Kinsey, TeamFYNSports Correspondent
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