The Thomson Bulldog football team has had a busy summer so far.
Robert Sapp Baseball Camp and Girls Softball Camp was held at Sweetwater Park last week. Close to 60 youngsters participated in the day camp that worked on basics in the morning and featured mini-games in the afternoon. Sapp said the camp stresses fundamentals and tries to help the players a…
Many people within the Thomson-McDuffie community know Bill Jopling through his dentist practice. However, the people involved with the organization Bicycle Ride Across Georgia know him as a Chattahooligan.
Georgia’s Little River Water Trail, roughly 20 miles long, opened to the public just last year. But, it wasn’t until this summer that the Thomson-McDuffie County Convention and Visitor Bureau found a way to entice visitors to check it out.
It was a round-ball free-for-all at the rims at a basketball game May 18, as Thomson High School hosted its fourth Annual Teachers vs. Students Basketball Game.
Marcus Cade’s success with his high school track and field career has paid off. The Thomson High School 2018 graduate will be attending Alabama State University in the Fall on scholarship for track and field.
Marcus Cade has been placing at State in track since he was a freshman; even more, he’s taken home three 1st place medals and five 2nd place medals.
The Thomson Bulldogs found themselves on the down side of a 30-20 score in Burke County Friday night, but the night was more important than scoring.
For the third time in the past four years, the Briarwood Buccaneers are golf State Champions and region champions. The Bucs finished the year with a record of 18-1 with a couple of matches canceled. " Determination and being focused from day one was the key to success. From the beginning of…
With family, teammates and coaches surrounding her April 25, Anteca Hill inked a track scholarship to Piedmont College in Demorest. She was also presented with the East Georgia Positive High School Athlete Award.
At a called meeting on April 16, the McDuffie County Board of Education voted to make Michael Youngblood the new head football coach at Thomson High School.
With a month until spring practice begins and close to four months until the high school football season begins, the Thomson Bulldogs are searching for a head football coach.