Douglas County Varsity Football

  • Overall Record: 8 - 3
  • Conference Record: 7 - 1

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Tyrel Named Vince Dooley Scholarship Award Winner

Douglas County Senior football player, Clayton Tyrel, has been named a Vince Dooley Scholarship Award Winner for the 2018-2019 school year.  Recipients of  the award, named for legendary University of Georgia football coach Vince Dooley, must exemplify the following traits:  Train with a disciplined, consistent work ethic  Demonstrate fair play and superior sportsmanship  Develop positive,

Richardson signs UDFA deal with Chicago Bears

Former Douglas County Tiger student-athelte, Ellis Richardson, signed an Undrafted Free Agent deal with the NFL’s Chicago Bears.  Richardson, a 2013 graduate of DCHS, played TE for the Georgia Southern Eagles this past season.

Coach’s Spotlight: Same Places, New Faces – Coach Joshua Flowers

By: Morgan Dykes, 12 The 2018-19 school year has marked an amazing year for sports at DCHS, and maybe this is owed, at least in part,  to one of the most recent additions to the varsity football family, Coach Joshua Flowers. Quite possibly the youngest staff member on campus, Coach Flowers graduated from West Georgia

Coach’s Spotlight– Broderick Jamison, Shaping Young Athletes

By: Maggie Riggs Broderick Jamison–He may be a bit on the quiet side, but he is an influential leader and treasured member of the DCHS Football and Track coaching staff. Coming from Langston Hughes High School in Fulton County, Coach Jamison has been a coach for Douglas County for three years. He currently coaches football

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

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

Tigers place 9 on All-Region Team. Soli wins POY

The Douglas County Tigers football team finished the year with an 8-3 record.  Their success was rewarded when they placed 9 players on the 1st & 2nd All-Region teams.  For the 2nd consecutive season, the Region 5-AAAAAA Player of the Year is a Tiger.  Arkansas committ, Mataio Soli, was voted Player of the Year by

Collins named state winner of Wendy’s High School Heisman award

Douglas County Senior QB Marquise’ Collins was recently named the Wendy’s High School Heisman winner for the state of Georgia.  Collins is the 1st winner of the award from the Douglas County School System.  Collins was chosen over numerous nominees throughout the state of the Georgia.  Collins is now eligible for the national competition, to

Tigers defeat Tri-Cities to remain unbeaten in region

The Douglas County Tigers fought off a gritty Tri-Cities Bulldogs squad to improve their overall record to 7-1 for the season.  The Tigers also maintained their number one position in Region 5-AAAAAA.  The Tiger offense was led by Senior QB Marquisse’ Collins, who completed 9 of 13 passes for 162 yards and 1 touchdown.  Senior

Tigers defeat Mays to seize control of region

The Douglas County Tigers ended Mays’ 19 game region winning streak with a 23-8 win on Friday.  Gibran Shannon scored 3 touchdowns for the offense.  JJ Richards threw for 134 yds and rushed for 86 yds.  Markell Stephens also had 120 yards rushing for DC.  The Tiger defense thwarted multiple red zone trips for the Raiders to