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The Toombs County Bulldogs on Y-101 Radio- The Bulldogs can be heard exclusively on Y-101 Radio and Mixlr. Next up the Bulldogs will travel to Eastman to play Dodge County on Friday, October 3 at 7:30 p.m. The Bulldog Pregame Show begins at 7. To listen on Mixlr click here or you can download the Mixlr App from the Apple App Store or by clicking here  
Bulldog Football Slideshow-Dawg fan Emily Brown is once again is snapping TCHS pictures. Check out her slideshow  If you would like to share your Bulldog game pictures e-mail your best.
TG Sheppard- One of the nicest guys in country music popped into Y-101 Radio to talk about singing, Jerry Lee and playing football on rollar skates with Elvis Audio
Janie Frickie- The country music singer called into Y-101 for an interview and she shared memories with a listener, the Emmylou Harris fan. Audio  
Mike Dekle- The veteran songwriter, from Athens, visited Y-101 and talked about Kenny Rogers on Kenny's birthday. Audio   
Richard Sterban- The famous bass singer from the Oak Ridge Boys talked to Y-101 Radio about is 41 years with the group. Audio  
Mickey Gilley- The country music legend, with 17 number one songs, appeared on Y-101 Radio. Audio  
Toombs County Websites- Toombs County Football Website  or Toombs County Athletics
Toombs Now Videos- All videos are stored on You Tube. If you are ever bored and have nothing to do, you can watch Toombs County in action Click Here    


Net Dawgs Senior Day

 Sydnee Standard, Chelsea Wommack, Alivia Johnson and Lyndsay Wiggins

Seniors Sydnee Standard, Chelsea Wommack, Alivia Johnson and Lyndsay Wiggins have been a big part of the Toombs County volleyball team's recent success, two straight trips to the state tourney and a 19-9 record so far this season. The four seniors were honored on Tuesday between home matches against Ware County and Dublin. The Net Dawgs defeated Dublin 25-2 and 25-9 and lost to Ware 25-22 and 25-20. Coincidentally, all four seniors plan on entering the medical field after college. Watch the Senior Day Ceremony and action from the Ware County match Video  watch a Senior Day Slideshow  and listen to the seniors Audio

TCHS Homecoming 2014

2014 TCHS Homecoming Queen Breanna Walker 

2014 TCHS Homecoming Princess Emily Banks joins Walker 

Homecoming 2014 got off to a rough start for the Toombs County Bulldogs. Appling County's Devon Moore returned the opening kickoff 90-yards and the Pirates scored on three big passing plays of 52, 59 and 75-yards from quarterback Vernon Dasher to open up a 35-0 lead at half. The Pirates recovered a Bulldog fumble in the south end zone for six points and Appling's Maurice Paulk scored a late third quarter touchdown as the Pirates rolled up a 42-0 win. The Bulldogs are 2-2 overall and  0-1 in the subregion. Listen to the Y-101 Locker Room Show Audio Watch the 2014 TCHS Homecoming Ceremony Video  Check out the Sights and Sounds Video

At halftime senior basketball player Breanna Walker was named the homecoming queen and junior competition cheerleader Emily Banks was announced as the homecoming princess.     

TCMS runners off to a fast start

The Toombs County Middle School cross country teams both finished second in a home tri-meet on Saturday. The Lady Bullpups scored 32, one behind J.R. Trippe with 31. The Bullpups tallied 45, ahead of Trippe with 50 and behind Dublin's 38. The top five finishers count in the scoring for each team. Watch highlights

TCMS's Chrystal Morales finished second in the girls race. She ran the two mile loop around the middle school in 15:16. The seventh grader was competing after having played a soccer game earlier in the morning. Diamond Logan was third in 15:33, Jasmin Timmons fourth in 16:04, Kyra Poss 11th in 16:56 and Isabelle Mares 12th in 17:47.

Ricardo Santana took control of the boys race in the first quarter of a mile and he finished with a time of 12:46, nine seconds in front of his younger brother Martin who was second. Damien Castro was third in 13:42, Cameron Williams 19th in 16:46 and Tyler Smith 20th in 17:26.       

On Thursday both teams finished first in a home meet with Dublin. Ricardo Santana was the overall winner against the Irish. The eighth grader had a time of 12:09. Ivan Lopez was second in 12:15, Martin Santana third in 13:39, Damien Castro fourth in 14:13 and Areal Rodriquez placed fifth in 14:27. Other TCMS boys competing were Raidon Oliver, Cameron Williams, Tyler Smith, Caleb Worth, Brannen Tatum and Peyton Ellis. Y-101 Story

Seventh grade TCMS runner Chrystal Morales won the girls race in a time of 14:50. Kyra Poss finished third in 15:43, Jasmin Timmons fourth in 16:45, Analynn Baldrec fifth in 18:15 and Isabelle Mares sixth in 18:30. Other TCMS girls running were Yareli Saucedo, Diamond Logan, Danielle Copeland, Jada Law, Armani Polke, Brooke Coxwell, Aaliyah Spikes, Zandreah Zapata, Lorena Cruz and Sharabre Flowers.

Both middle school teams opened up the season finishing third in a seven school meet at West Laurens.  

The Toombs County High School cross country teams both finished fifth in an event at Vidalia High School. The Bulldogs finished in front of Region 1-AAA opponents Dodge County and Appling County. Tristan Lynn finished and Alfredo Gonzalez 17th. The Lady Bulldogs placed ahead of Appling and were led by JoAnn Gomez, who was ninth, and Dominique Jones, who placed 20th. 

Net Dawgs split on the Coast

Loses have been rare for the Toombs County HIgh School volleyball team. However, the Net Dawgs did drop three straight sets on the coast. TCHS lost to Islands 25-12 and 25-22 and the girls rebounded and defeated Beach in three sets- 22-25,25-13 and 25-18. Toombs County is 18-8 on the season. The Girls will play their final home match on Tuesday, September 30. They will take on Ware County at 5 p.m. and Dublin at 7 on Senior Night.   

The Net Dawgs reeled off two more road victories on Tuesday. Toombs took care of Burke County 25-19 and 25-11 and then they nipped the Academy of Richmond in two sets 26-24 and 25-23. Down 24-20, and one point away from losing the first set to Richmond, Alivia Johnson won six straight serves as TCHS won in volleyball overtime. In the second set Sydnee Standard's serve claimed the last four points.

8th Grade Appreciation Day at TCMS

 Olivia Wright, Malasha Edwards, Sage Alexis Jones, Caitlyn Chubb & LiliAnn Pittman

Five eight grade softball player were honored before Toombs County Middle School's final regular season home game and all contributed to a fine effort in a 9-5 loss to Bleckley County. Tanner Wright (7th grade) struckout nine batters and kept the visitors off the scoreboard until the top of the fourth inning. Wright tripled in a run and Ashton Braddy (6th grade) went 2-for-2 with a walk, a single and two runs batted in. Watch highlights

Eighth grade right fielder Olivia Wright stroked a hit and caught two flyballs including one near the line. She also threw out a batter, trying to reach on a hit, from right. Malaha Edwards made several fine plays at short and threw out a runner at first on a grounder with a runner in scoring position. LiliAnn Pitman, first base, sent a base hit to right in her final at bat. Sage Alexis Jones started at third base and Caitlyn Chubb in left.

TCMS Bullpups travel to Dodge County

Week four of the MGMSAA football season sends the Toombs County Middle School Bullpups to Eastman to face Dodge County. The Pups are coming off a 28-12 home loss to J.R. Trippe. Jalen Jones and Alex Hunt each scored a touchdown in the game. Watch a Monday Bullpup slideshow   

Watch a Bullpup slideshow prior to the J.R. Trippe game.  

Senior Day comeback ends in a rainy tie

However, Lady Dawgs win 92 hours later

The Toombs County Lady Bulldogs were one swing away from beating Southeast Bulloch on Senior Day. The bases were loaded and the count was two balls and one strike with one out on Courtney Moore, who had already stroked two base hits in the game. But, Moore never got to swing the stick. Instead it started raining and both teams were sent to their dugouts where they watched the field quickly become unplayable and the game was called with the score tied at four-all.

On Friday, 92 hours later the two teams reconvened in Lyons and finished the game. Only four pitches were thrown as Moore fouled off two pitches and took two to earn a walk to bring in Victoria Jordan with the game-winning run in a 5-4 victory. Watch highlights   

TCHS entered the bottom of thes seventh trailing 4-3. Abigail Lynn, who drove in a pair of runs earlier in the game with a hit, singled. Senior Victoria Jordan, who also had a hit earlier, singled to left. Ansley Tatum singled to center driving in Lynn to tied the game at 4.

Net Dawgs win in 3 and lose in 3

In their next to last home date the Toombs County High School volleyball team split a pair of three set matches. The Net Dawgs defeated Jenkins High 25-16, 24-26 and 25-13 and they lost to Southeast Bulloch 25-22, 25-10 and 25-23. The split left Toombs with a 15-7 record for the season. Watch action from the SEB match video

On Tuesday, on the road, Toombs County took care of Liberty County 25-21 and 25-17 and they lost to Jenkins 25-21 and 25-21.

Appling rallies for a JV win in the Pit

(#15) Luke Anderson runs away from three Pirates and scores

 (#29) Mark Johnson finishes a 55-yard punt return

 (#28) Jeidon Sistrunk runs 46 yards for a TD

In their first two victories over Metter and Tattnall County, the Toombs County junior varsity football team fell behind early in each and rallied for a victory. Against Appling, in the Pit, the Bulldogs built up a 21-6 lead and watched it slip away in the second half as the Pirates rallied for a 30-27 victory. Watch highlights First Half  Second Half   

After stopping Appling on three offensive plays and forcing a punt, the Dawgs drove nine plays and 69 yards with fullback Jeidon Sistrunk crossing the goal line on a three-yard run. Cole Williamson nailed the extra point giving TCHS a 7-0 lead with 4:43 to play in the first quarter. Appling answered with a four play drive and scored on a 55-yard run with 3:09 left in the quarter. The Pirates missed their PAT leaving Toombs on top 7-6.

In the second quarter the Bulldogs forced Appling to punt out of the end zone. Mark Johnson returned a short boot 16-yards to the Pirate 22. On the second play of the series Luke Anderson took a late pitch from quarterback Dalton McBride and ran 20-yards down the Bulldog sideline for his first TCHS touchdown. Williamson's PAT hit the left upright. The Dawgs added a safety in the second quarter, on a tackle in the end zone by Will Fuller and Jimmy Edwards, to put TCHS up 15-6.

Toombs increased it's advantage to 21-6 with 4:02 to play in the half. Johnson returned a punt 55-yards for his second B-Team touchdown. He scored on a pick-six interception last season in a comeback win over Swainsboro in the Pit. Appling closed the gap with a three-yard TD pass on third down. The Pirates also completed a pass for the two-point conversion to make 21-14 TCHS with 1:19 to play in the first half. 

The Pirates threw a 12-yard TD pass with 7:31 left in the third quarter. A two-point pass failed as the Dawgs held on to a 21-20 lead. The Bulldogs lost a fumble at the Appling 21 and the Pirates ran 79-yards from scrimmage to take the lead for good. A two-point conversion made it 28-21 Appling. The Dawgs yielded a safety on a punt from their end zone when the punter stepped out of bounds. Now the Pirates had their largest lead at 30-21 with 8:40 to play in the game.

Sistrunk scored his second touchdown of the game and third of the B-Team season on a 46-yard run with 3:37 remaining to make it a three-point game.

Bulldogs down Beach despite mistakes

When the Toombs County Bulldogs scored their first regular season first quarter touchdown since September 27, 2013, just 2 1/2 minutes in to their home game against Beach, it seemed like the start of a good offensive night. Instead the Bulldogs scored only two more times over the next 45 1/2 minutes in a 20-12 victory. Listen to the Y-101 Locker Room Show Audio  Sights and Sounds from the Pit Video  Watch Highlights

Beach set up Toombs with a short field when the visiting Bulldogs snapped the ball over the punter's head and the Dawgs recovered at the Beach 14-yard line. Jamar Smith, setting up as the tail in an I-formation, scored on a 14-yard run to the near side boundry going in to the south end zone. Brandon Rosales kicked his first varsity PAT giving Toombs a 7-0 lead with 9:39 to play in the first quarter.

Beach hit a big pass and scored on a one-yard quarterback keeper by Shanard Ford. The Bulldogs blocked the Beach extra point leaving TCHS on top 7-6 with 11:56 to go in the second quarter. The Bulldogs scored their second TD, with 11:56 left on the second quarter clock, on a 21-yard run by Smith. Rosales kicked a low line drive extra point as TCHS opened up a 14-6 lead.

Tyrese Kent broke a long run in the third quarter and quarterback Jordan Usher finished the drive with a five-yard touchdown run with 6:23 to play in the third quarter. Rosales's PAT drifted off to the left. Toombs County lead 20-6.

Turnovers kept the Bulldogs from scoring a fourth touchdown. Beach scored on a 55-yard touchdown pass, with 11:52 remaining in the fourth quarter. A Beach pass on the two-point conversion was incomplete cutting the Toombs lead to 20-12..

In the fourth quarter TCHS turned up the pressure on Beach as the Dawg defensive line was constantly in the backfield. Nathaniel Baker, Cole Dowd, Bryson Smith, Wayne Denson, Jose Delgado and Brandon Chubb either sacked the Beach quarterback or forced numerous incomplete passes. In addition Beach was called for intentionally grounding the ball twice.  

JV Dawgs rally to beat Tattnall

 QB Dalton McBride gets a flying block from Dylan Oglesby 

 and scores his second touchdown against the Warriors 

For the second straight September the Toombs County junior varsity football team rallied and beat an opponent, in the Pit, and in both games the quarterback scored the  game-winning points. In 2013 Ryan Coursey scored a rushing TD with 1:19 to play to help TCHS rally from a 12-0 deficit and win 13-12 over Swainsboro

On Thursday the Bulldogs fell behind 14-0 to Tattnall County in the first quarter. However, once again they came back with McBride scoring touchdowns with 9:51 to play in the second quarter and 5:41 left in the game. Cole Williamson kicked a PAT after the first TD and McBride ran in a two-point conversion following the second score to give the 2-0 Dawgs the one-point win. Watch highlights   

Net Dawgs win in new uniforms

The Toombs County Volleyball team put on their new uniforms and went out and took care of two Savannah schools on the road. The TCHS varsity beat Savannah High 2-0 and Jenkins High 2-1 and the junior varsity knocked off Savannah in three sets. On Tuesday the Net Dawgs swept Dublin, in Dublin, in a pair of matches 25-5 and 25-8 and 25-4 and 25-4. 

The Net Dawgs have now won four matches in a row, earlier this season Toombs had a seven match hitting streak.

21 Total K's


 Tanner Wright KO's 8 


Miranda Thigpin KO's 13 

Toombs County MIddle School's Tanner Wright and West Lauren's Miranda Thigpin combined for 21 strikeouts, in six innings, in a MGMSAA game in Lyons. Thigpin struckout 13 and walked one in pitching a no-hitter as West Laurens improved to 3-0 with a 7-0 victory. Wright struckout eight as she kept the traditonal league champ from run-ruling another opponent. Watch highlights

V turns close game into a decisive win in the 3rd quarter

Leading 14-0 at half, the Vidalia Indians scored three touchdowns in a 3:35 span in the third quarter to turn a close game into a 42-0 victory. The Indians third quarter formula began with the strong left leg of Carlos Giron. The senior booted two kickoffs into the end zone and the the Indian defense forced the Bulldogs to punt after three plays. Vidalia started two drives inside the TCHS 40 and scored on a Jordan Black three-yard run with 4:54 to play in the third quarter and a 23-yard pass from Black to Marquevous Harris with 2:13 remaining. The Indians scored their final third quarter TD on an interception return by Quantrell Yarbrough with 1:19 to play. Listen to the Y-101 Radio Locker Room Show Audio  Watch the Sights and Sounds from the Pit  Watch highlights

The 29th meeting between the two rivals began with a quick scoreless opening quarter. Black scored the first touchdown of the night on a 51-yard run with 10:29 to play in the second quarter. The Bulldogs thought they had put the Indians in a fourth and six situation later in the quarter. However, the official picked up a penalty flag giving the Indians a first down (see below) and Nate McBride finished the drive with a five-yard run with 2:33 left in the first half. Jerry Clark scored the Indians final touchdown on a four-yard run with 6:34 left in the game.

In the first quarter the Bulldogs drove to the Indian 30 before failing to convert on fourth down and six where pass went incomplete, Tyrese Kent took a Jordan Usher pitch and ran 20 yards to the Vidalia 46 and Jamar Smith ran for a 13-yard gain.  

In the second quarter, after Black's touchdown run, Nathan Belch ran for 18-yards. The drive ended when the Indians recovered a Dawg fumble at the Vidalia 39.  

An officiating explanation

 Vidalia's 4th and 1 formation in the second quarter

In the second quarter, with Vidalia leading Toombs County 7-0, the Indians went for a fourth down and one situation at the TCHS 41-yard line. Quarterback Jordan Black kept the ball and picked up more than one yard. However, a penalty flag was thrown against the Indians. The head referee (the white hat) signaled illegal procedure. The Indians were penalized five yards to make it fourth down and six. Vidalia then took a timeout. Watch video

What actually happened was Vidalia went with an unbalanced line. The Indians had four offensive lineman to the right of the center and two to the left. The official on the Vidalia sideline counted three offensive linemen to the right of the center instead of four. Meanwhile, the official on the Toombs County side counted two. That would be a count of six, including the center, on the line of scrimmage instead of the required seven. That is why the flag was thrown for an illegal formation. The head referee gave the wrong signal (illegal procedure) adding to the confusion.

On the subject of the illegal procedure indication. If you slo-mo the video the left side of the offensive line does appear to leave a split second early and the flag was thrown from the left sideline. In the picture below, the hand of the left tackle and left guard is no longer on the ground while the ball is still on the ground.

Bullpups drop opener to Dublin

 Jalen Jones begins his 80-yard kickoff return

 Jones pulls away from his final pursuer

 and completes his run all by himself

The Toombs County Middle School football team opened up the new season with a 24-6 home loss to Dublin. The Pups yielded two first quarter touchdowns on a 38-yard run and then a short run after a TCMS fumble inside the Bullpup 10. Dublin scored the final Irish TD in the fourth quarter on another short run. On the kickoff Jalen Jones returned the ball 80-yards down the near sideline for the only TCMS touchdown. Watch highlights and Jalen's kickoff return

Tanner's No-No leads Lady Pups

Tanner Wright pitches a 3 inning no-hitter 

A week after Tanner Wright pitched the Toombs County Middle School Lady Bullpups to a 9-7 win over J.R. Trippe, on the day before her 13th birthday, the seventh grade right hander threw a three inning no-hitter in which all nine outs were recorded by strikeouts. The Lady Pups took advantage of an abundance of walks and defeated Swainsboro 16-1 in Lyons. Watch highlights

Wright also stroked a triple and right fielder Olivia Wright smashed a pitch deep into left field driving in a pair of runs. Ashton Braddy walked twice and layed down a bunt.

Game Week 2- Dawgs vs. Indians

Wayne Denson (#52) and Brandon Chubb (#10) tackle Ryan Coursey (#9) while Jonah Smith (#51) blocks

The only team that was on the Toombs County Bulldogs' regular season schedule last season which appears on the 2014 schedule is the Vidalia Indians. The two rivals meet in the Pit on Friday at 7:30 p.m. On Monday afternoon the Bulldogs began their week of preparation for the big game by repping their offense and defense. The Indians run the Wing T on offense, so on defense the Dawgs were learning their keys. A threat of lightning sent the team in to the gym early. However, that didn't stop the Bulldogs. The offense continued to run plays on the left side of the gym while the defense worked on the right side. Watch a  slideshow    

Dawgs come back in 4th quarter

Guy 4th straight new TCHS coach to win opener in Pit

The Toombs County Bulldogs scored two touchdowns in the final four and a half minutes of the fourth quarter to rally up a 26-21 win over Johnson making L.M Guy the fourth straight new Bulldog coach to win his inital game in the Pit. Preseason Triple A All-State back Jamar Smith scored both crucial TD's plus one in the second quarter.

Listen to the Locker Room Show  Listen to Y-101 Game Stories on the varsity and junior varsity wins Audio  Check out the Sights and Sounds from the Pit Video  Watch highlights  

Johnson bolted to a 14-0 lead on two touchdown passes by Raquan Green. The senior's 26-yard pass to JaShuan Carter, with 5:36 to play in the first quarter, put the Atom Smashers up 7-0 with the addition of Trevor Tatum's PAT. A Green to Matthew Jackson 17-yard touchdown pass pushed the Johnson lead to 14-0  just 35 seconds into the second quarter.   

Toombs finally lit up the brand new scoreboard in the north endzone, of the Pit, on a Smith four-yard run with 4:22 remaining in the second quarter. The Dawgs missed their extra point cutting the Smasher lead to 14-6. Neither team scored the rest of the half or in the third quarter.

Their was plenty of action in the final period. Junior quarterback Jordan Usher, who was very effective converting third and fourth down situations on keepers, scored on a two-yard run with 11:41 to play in the fourth quarter. Smith added a two-point conversion and the game was tied at 14-all. With eight minutes to play Green scored on a QB keeper from eight-yards out and with the PAT the Atom Smashers regained the lead at 21-14.

In the final four and a half minutes the Dawgs had the fresher offensive line and the best back on the field and that combination was difference in the game. Smith took off on a 67-yard touchdown run, breaking tackles and pulling away from the Smasher defense. Down 21-20 the Bulldogs, went for two. However, Usher was denied the conversion on a run that ended very close to the goal line. 

The game's final touchdown was set up by a Johnson mistake. The snap to the quarterback was high and Green went back inside his 10 and recovered the loose ball. However, while attempting to make a play he fumbled the ball and Bryson Smith recovered it for the Bulldogs. One play later Smith ran the ball into the end zone, from four yards away to seal the TCHS victory.  

Real games begin with JV Dawg win

 Jaelyn Outlaw (#31) leaps & turns this catch into a TD

 Jeidon Sistrunk turns on the lightning for six

 Galin Salem (#24) runs over two Tigers to score

The real Toombs County football games opened up for 2014, in Metter, with the junior varsity Bulldogs winning  21-8. Despite being dominant, the Dawg defense gave up a passing touchdown, on a 20-yard pass, and a two-point conversion in the first quarter on the Tigers' first possession. Watch highlights

Toombs scored two touchdowns in the third quarter on two big plays. Freshman quarterback Dalton McBride threw the ball 15 yards downfield to Jaelyn Outlaw. The sophomore receiver jumped up in the air and made a catch in traffic and then he broke a tackle and scored on a 48-yard play. The TCHS extra point failed leaving Metter on top 8-6 with 5:05 left in the third perod.

Freshman fullback Jeidon Sistrunk took a handoff, burst threw a hole on the right side of the offensive line, broke some arm tackles and scored on a 65-yard run. Mark Johnson added a two-point conversion run to put TCHS up 14-8 with 1:13 left in the third.

Sophomore fullback Galin Salem scored on a two-yard run late in the fourth quarter. Salem ran over two Tigers prior to crossing the goal line. Cole Williamson booted the PAT.  

Beasley pitches in national tourney

 Jeremy Beasley (right) and William Browning from Jeff Davis

Jeremy Beasley spent a week in Norman, Oklahoma pitching for Team Georgia in the Heartland Classic. Beasley earned a save in his first outing, pitching the eighth inning in an 8-7 victory over Texas. Beasley also pitched four innings and gave up two earned runs as a starter in an 8-7 win over Ohio. Jeremy pitched one inning in a 6-0 loss to Oklahoma that gave Georgia a fourth place finish in the tourney. So, Jeremy pitched a total of six innings and allowed two earned runs.  

Watch Jeremy get his save against Texas You Tube  and check out his slideshow  and a Y-101 Story

Toombs County's New Region

Toombs County High School has been reclassified, by the GHSA, to Triple A (from Double A) and placed in Region 1, Sub-region A with Appling County, Brantley County, Dodge County, Pierce County and Tattnall County. Sub-region B consists of Beach, Islands, Jenkins, Johnson-Savannah, Savannah, Savannah Arts and Southeast Bulloch. All new regions will become official on January 14, 2014.  

Toombs County goes from being one of the largest Double A schools to being one of the smallest in Triple A with 831 students. Twenty-one Triple A schools have more than 1,000 students including two from the Bulldogs' new region (Pierce and Appling). Dawson tops AAA with 1,087 students.

TCHS has been in a AA region with all five of their new sub-region schools in the past. As for competition, four of the five schools had at least two of three teams (football, softball and baseball) make it to the state playoffs in their most recent seasons. Only Brantley County didn't make state competition in those three sports. All five of these former Double A's have played Triple A the past two school years.

The travel will be familar and also similar for the Toombs sports teams. In Region 2, Double A TCHS traveled an average of 51.3 miles to play a game. The long trip was to Benedictine (90 miles) and the shortest was to Vidalia (seven miles). In the new sub-region Toombs will travel an average of 52 miles to play a game. The long trip will be to Brantley County (84 miles) and the shortest trip will be to Tattnall County (22 miles). 

The Bulldogs moved from Single A to Double A beginning in the 1996-97 school year. Toombs County High School spent 18 consecutive years in Double A.    

Region 1 Sub-region A Enrollment From TCHS  Football Softball Baseball
Appling County  1005 32 miles 9-3 2nd round state 14-14 1st round state  20-9 2nd round state 
Brantley County  968 84 miles 1-9 9-18  12-13 
Dodge County  872  58 miles   5-6 1st round state 22-11 2nd round state  19-12 3rd round state 
Pierce County  1085  64 miles  10-2 2nd round state  25-8 2nd round state  25-8 3rd round state 
Tattnall County   945  22 miles  5-6 1st round state 24-8 2nd round state  19-8 1st round state 
Toombs County  831    4-6  15-15  18-9  3rd round state