• Bulldogs off to strong 5-1 start
By Wayne Parham

Thomson’s Whit Newton watches a ball sail into foul territory Tuesday night in the game which was cancelled after two innings. The following day, Newton connected for his first high school home run as the Bulldogs faced Glascock County. Photo by Wayne Parham.

The Thomson High School Bulldogs braved cold weather Wednesday afternoon to defeat Glascock County 13-3 in five innings.
The Bulldog’s record is 5-1 following the win.
“We came out hitting the ball well,” said THS Head Coach Aaron Hall. “It was just cold as the devil. It’s tough to play when it’s that cold.”
The Bulldogs scored steadily throughout the five-inning game after opening with a three-run first inning.
Thomson added two runs in the second inning, two runs in the fourth, and six in the fifth.
At the plate, the night was special for one young Bulldog.

To read more on this story, see the Sun., March 10, edition of The McDuffie Progress.





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