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4 Tiger Wrestlers Qualify for Sectionals

Four Douglas County High School wrestlers have qualified for sectionals, held at Alexander High School next weekend.  Sophomores Caleb Sweeney (152 lbs.) & Ruben Freeman (160 lbs.) both finished 4th at the Region tournament, held at Northgate High School on Saturday.  Freshman Michael Kier (145 lbs.) & Sophomore A’mereon Shead (170 lbs.) both punched their

6 Tigers Named to Georgia Sports Writers All-State Football Team

The Douglas County Tigers football team placed 6 players on the Georgia Sportswriters Association All-State team for the 2018 season. 1st Team Mataio Soli – DE Josh Slay – LB Parker Ball – OL 2nd Team Joshua Beatty – OL Diego Huerta – P Honorable Mention Justin Franklin – ATH   https://www.gwinnettprepsports.com/sports/georgia-sports-writers-association-all-state-football/article_f7ef7742-d51c-5d5d-a814-223f8c6d89d2.html

Robinson a finalist for USA Today Midseason Player of the Year

Douglas County HS senior forward & Douglas County Schools All-Time leading scorer, Amari Robinson, has been named a finalist for the USA Today Midseason Player of the Year award for the Southeast Region.  Robinson, along with 5 other female hoopsters from the southeastearn United States, is competing for the award via online votes.  Robinson currently

Basketball game vs. Tri-Cities Reschedule Due to Potential Inclement Weather

Douglas County Schools, as wells as Fulton County Schools, has cancelled school for Tuesday, January 29th, due to potential inclement weather.  Therefore, our basketball game vs. Tri-Cities has been rescheduled to Thursday, January 31st at Tri-Cities High School. Girls @ 6:00 pm Boys @ 7:30 pm

DC Sweeps Alexander

Douglas Co. Tigers & Lady Tigers completed the sweep of cross-town rival, Alexander, on Saturday night.  The Lady Tigers, lead by Clemson signee, Amari Robinson, controlled the contest for the majority of the game.  The Lady Cougars managed to keep the contest close, but could never seize control from the Lady Tigers.  With a strong

Bethea wins 200th game

With a 58-54 win over Marietta High School at the Campbell High School Christmas Tournamnet today, Douglas County Head Boy’s Basketball Coach, Hollis Bethea earned his 200th career victory.  Bethea’s Tigers fought back, after being down as many as 11, and used a late game push to seal the victory over the Blue Devils.  Today’s

Soli makes Back 2 Back DC winners for Howard Thompson Trophy

For the 2nd consecutive year, and the 16th time in it’s history, the Howard Thompson trophy, given to the top Senior football player in Douglas County, will reside at Douglas County High School.  This year’s winner, voted upon by Head Football coaches from all 5 Douglas County schools, is Douglas County’s Mataio Soli.  Soli, a

Douglas County’s Bethea Approaching Milestone

With a win at New Manchester High School on Saturday, Douglas County’s Head Boy’s Basketball Coach, Hollis Bethea, needs only 2 more wins to reach the 200 win milestone.   Bethea is currently in his 6th season at the helm of the Douglas County program.  He was previously the Head Coach at Banneker High School, in

DC Sweeps New Manchester

Saturday night the Douglas County Tigers & Lady Tigers completed the sweep of in county rival New Manchester. In Girl’s action, the Lady Tigers found themselves trailing the Lady Jaguars for much of the game.  The Lady Tigers amped up their defensive effort in the final 2 minutes of the game and were fueled by