• Dogs face Warriors for home-field advantage
By Jim Wallace, Correspondent

The Thomson Bulldogs will play for high stakes when they travel to neighboring Jefferson County Friday night for a 7:30 p.m. match up.
“If we win, we will be the No. 2 seed in the region and be at home for the first game of the Class AAA playoffs,” said Milan Turner, THS head coach. “A loss would make us the third seed and we would have to go on the road.”
The coach said he visited Swainsboro Friday night and saw an upset win as the 1-7 Swainsboro Tigers upset the 6-2 Jefferson County Warriors 19-17. The fact that the Bulldogs beat Swainsboro and Dodge County means that there is no way one of those two would leapfrog over THS.
In the waning seconds, Jefferson County blocked a Swainsboro field goal, but the Warriors were flagged for players running on the field in celebration.

To read more on this story, see the Wed., Nov. 6, edition of The McDuffie Progress.





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