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Croft to Represent Team Georgia at Footlocker Regional

Douglas County senior Cross-Country runner, McKenna Croft, was recently chosen to represent Team Georgia at the upcoming Footlocker South Regional race, in Charlotte, North Carolina.  Each year, the Georgia Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association selects the Top 15 runners in the state to participate in the regional competition. Croft, a 3 time

Croft Finishes 3rd at State Meet & Earns All-State Recognition

With a 3rd place finish on Friday, Douglas County Senior Cross-Country runner, McKenna Croft, earned the 3rd Top 10 finish of her career.  Croft did not compete during her sophomore year, due to injury.  Croft also finishes her career with 3 Region Championships to her credit. Croft, a 4.0 International Baccalaureate, student was recently named

Basketball Scrimmage Game

Come out and support the Tigers as they take on Villa Rica HS on Thursday, November 7th @ 7:30 p.m. at the “Jungle”

Croft Commits to Georgia Tech

Fresh off of her 3rd Region 5-6A XC title, Douglas County Senior runner, McKenna Croft announced her commitment to attend & run Cross-Country at the Georgia Institute of Technology.  Croft’s latest region title came at a time of 17:49.  She won the title each year that she competed (Croft missed her sophomore season, due to

Tigers XC Finishes 2nd in Region Meet: Croft Wins 3rd Region Title

The Douglas County High School Boy’s XC team rallied to earn a Runner-Up finish at last week’s Region 5-AAAAAA Cross-Country meet, held at Clinton Farms Nature Reserve.  Wataru Yamagishi was the team’s top finisher. In girl’s action, Senior runner, McKenna Croft won her 3rd Region Title with a time of 17:49.  Croft’s time was nearly

Basketball Tryouts

Basketball tryouts will begin on Monday, October 21, 2019 in the Main Gym 4:00 – 5:00: Varsity 5:00 – 6:00: 9th grade and Junior Varsity In order to participate in tryouts, prospective players must have an updated physical on file.

Friday Night WHITE

By Milyk Zinn (12) Douglas County High School’s football team has had many victorious seasons before and plan to continue their legacy. The achievements and success the Tigers have received could not have been accomplished without the strong leadership team behind the football program. This team is spearheaded by our head coach, Johnny White, who

Franklin Wins Player of the Week Honor

For his performance vs. Langston Hughes High School last Friday, Douglas County High School Junior QB, Justin Franklin was named Player of the Week by Dream Scouting Network.  Franklin’s stat line vs. Langston Hughes included: 115 yds. passing with 1 TD pass & 147 yds. rushing with 1 rushing TD.  Franklin also had several tackles