Dogs busy in off-season
By Jim Wallace

Other top Iron Men were, from left: Jacorey Crawford, 237 points; Christian Tutt, 236; Tyler Curry, 231; Bubba McMurray, 230; Tyrek Braswell, 229; Jalek Nicholson, 228; Tyrese Jones, 225; Artest Banks, 224; and TJ Williams, 223.
While conditioning days ended Monday, the Bulldogs had a busy summer preparing for the 2017 football season.
The Bulldogs attended the one-day Georgia 7-on-7 in Athens, two-day Palmetto Showdown in Duncan, South Carolina, and four-day Mike Hodges Offensive Lineman Camp at Middle Georgia College.
The team also labored at the school with the Iron Man Competition.
“Iron Man Competition is our conclusion to the Summer Weight program in which our players performed 24 workouts between May 30-July 24,” said Rob Ridings, THS head football coach.
The competition measures three facets - lifting, running and agility - and all totals based upon one point being the lowest to 30 points being the highest.
The top individual performances were: best clean - Jacorey Crawford and Jalek Nicholson, 315 pounds; best bench - AJ Larkins, 375 pounds; best squat - Bubba Murray, 585 pounds; best 4-corner drill - Marcus Cade, 3.8 seconds; best 40-yard dash - Christian Tutt 4.52 seconds; best 10-yard dash - Marcus Cade, 1.48 seconds; best pro-agility - Christian Tutt and Tyrese Jones, 3.93 seconds; best L-drill - Christian Tutt, 6.2 seconds; and best 400-meter - Jamyes Evans, 4.56 seconds.
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