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Dawson County's 2012 edition of the Pigskin Preview!
  • By Pam [email protected]

    Coach Jeff Lee is enter-ing his 10th year at the helm of the Dawson County Tigers.

    He said that this could be the teams best year yet.

    The Tigers will return 21 seniors on a team that went 5-5 last season. Lee said it has been since 2005 that the team has posted a better than .500 record. That year the Tigers went 7-3.

    Dawson County has been working hard at the little things during the off season to make them bet-ter. The team looked sharp in its final pre-season inter-squad scrim-mage Aug. 10.

    The team also lined up in a preseason scrimmage game against Towns County last Friday night. Details were unavailable as of press time.

    In region play, gone are Union and Rabun coun-ties. The Tigers enter Region 7-AAA this year. Dawson County will pick up region opponents Buford , Nor th Hal l , White County and West Hall.

    Dawsons non-region games will be against rivals Lumpkin County, N o r t h Fo r s y t h a n d Forsyth Central.

    Our schedule is very challenging, Lee said. We open with a very important region home game with East Hall. After that we play three consecutive games with larger schools in our area. Lumpkin County on the road, North Forsyth will

    be here and then at Forsyth Central. All will be a big challenge and very large crowds to play in front of. So those games hopefully will pre-pare us for the remainder of our region schedule.

    On offense, the Tigers seem to be ahead of where they were last sea-son.

    We have more team speed than before, a vet-eran offensive line, expe-rience at both running back positions and wide receiver. As we have our base offense in, we will begin to install more screens and passing con-cepts, Lee said.

    Defensively, the team will be led by new defen-sive coordinator Jed Lacey.

    We are playing with more of a sense of urgen-cy than in years past. Overall, Coach Lacey has installed a sense of pride in that unit. We expect to cause more turnovers this season, as that has been a source of concentration, Lee said.

    Staying healthy will be a key to this season. Lee reports that there are no major injuries to begin the season.

    We need to s tay

    healthy in the practices and scrimmages leading up to East Hall, he said.

    The offense will be run by quarterback Tyler Dominy.

    D o m i ny h a s b e e n selected as a preseason Elite 11 player by The Times of Gainesville.

    Dominy will be under center for his fourth con-secutive year.

    We will be able to do a lot of things offensively because of his ability. Tyler has a very big arm and a very good football mind, Lee said.

    Backing up Dominy will be junior Jackson Putnam and sophomore Zack Buchan.

    Both are very capable of playing when called upon, Lee said.

    The Tigers have a wealth of talent at run-ning back, starting with fullback Zack Martin.

    Martin is coming off a tremendous junior season. He is a bull in the back-fie ld who plays old school. The senior would rather run over an oppos-ing defender than run around him, according to Lee.

    Zach brings a very physical style of running

    2 | DAWSON COMMUNITY NEWS | dawsonnews.com WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 22, 2012

    Roger Slaton40 Hightower Parkway

    Dawsonville, GA 706-216-8700Like a good neighbor, State farm is there.


    Celebrating 31 Years

    Good Luck Tigers & Eagles!

    Coach Lee enters his 10th year

    Ryan Coker Dawson Community News

    Will Anglin tries to turn the corner on the Dawson County defense during a recent scrimmage.

    We are playing with more of a sense of urgency than in years past.Jeff LeeHead coach

    See COACH | 4

  • dawsonnews.com | DAWSON COMMUNITY NEWS | 3WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 22, 2012


    706-216-590070 Carlisle Road, Dawsonville

    770-292-91685835 Bethelview Road, Cumming



    Youll Notice the Difference


    On Your 2012


    Cody Smith

    Head Coach/ Offensive Line Coach: Jeff Lee

    Defensive Coordinator/Defensive Backs Coach: Jed Lacey

    Special Teams/ Defensive Line Coach: Chess Hamby

    Quarterbacks Coach: John Kenny

    Wide Receivers Coach: Gary Wilson

    Running Backs Coach: Derrick Waters

    Linebackers Coach: Mark Thomason

    Offensive Line Coach: Jarrett Talley

    Ninth Grade Coach: George Moser

    Dawson County Tiger 2012 football roster# Name, grade

    2 Mitchell Putnam, 12 3 Dalton Edwards, 10 4 Chris Sayler, 115 Tyler Dominy, 12 7 Will Anglin, 128 Brodie Chester, 9 9 Cole Knight, 1210 Zach Buchan, 10 11 Brandon Seay, 12 12 Jackson Putnam, 11 14 Colton Chester, 11 16 Zach Martin, 1220 Max Muldoon, 11 24 Levi Whitmire, 10 25 Cole Hoppal, 926 Justin Sams, 1227 Lane Venters, 11 29 Zach Guy, 1130 Jessie Mitchell, 931 Cody Lamar, 11 32 Keaton Toal, 11 33 Scott Zadernak, 1134 Quade Buytendorp, 1036 Logan Hurst, 937 Richard Palmer, 1040 Brendan Lillie, 1041 Corey Voyles, 10 42 Conor Woodbury, 943 Max Currier, 9 44 Cody Smith, 12 45 Logan Hayes, 11 46 Trey Maciolek, 949 Kyle Hayes, 10 50 Matt Hammond, 1251 Chase Wilson, 1152 Justin King, 1153 Cameron Hudson, 9

    54 Harley Vaughan, 1255 Blake McDaniel, 1256 Cale Tallant, 1257 Corbin Thomas, 1058 Christian Hebert, 1259 JP King, 1260 Joseph Conowal, 961 Ty Williams, 1062 Matt Holton, 1063 Jacob Haberkam, 1164 Mason Bennett, 1165 Anthony Antoun, 1066 Levi Samples, 1267 Trent White, 1268 Cole Smith, 1069 Beau Cooper, 970 AJ Manor, 971 Zack Lane, 1172 James Holton, 1073 Jacob Wilkie, 1274 Kaine Barnes, 1175 Tristan Reed, 1176 Cole Waters, 1277 Brenden Capps, 978 Eli Brown, 1179 Isaac Rice, 1180 Bruce Clark, 1281 Duncan Kobar, 9 82 Brandon Munkus, 983 Brenden Fitzgerald, 1285 Brett Whalen, 10 87 Eric Leonard, 1193 Chris Reed, 1099 Brandon Tenorio, 11

  • 4 | DAWSON COMMUNITY NEWS | dawsonnews.com WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 22, 2012

    that a lot of defenses do not like, Lee said.

    Also at fullback are several players that can fill in for Martin. Both Cody Smith and Cody Lamar bring a different style of running.

    In Dawsons base offense the team will use two half-backs. The position will be handled by several players. Will Anglin, Chris Sayler, Mitch Putnam, Keaton Toal, Zach Guy and Lane Venters will share time at the spot.

    The wide receiver corps is returning several players that had big seasons last year.

    Led by all-purpose Tiger Bruce Clark, the team is loaded at the position.

    Bruce gives us a big pres-ence on the perimeter, Lee said. During the offseason Bruce has improved h i s speed, which will make him an even bigger threat for us.

    Mitch Putnam, Will Anglin, Chris Sayler and Jackson Putnam will allow Dawson County to spread the field with five wide receivers if

    necessary. Dawson will have two very

    good tight ends in Logan Hayes and first year player Colton Chester.

    The offensive line will be anchored by Eli Brown at center.

    Browns back up will be Harley Vaughan.

    Vaughan, Kaine Barnes, Isaac Rice, Matt Hammond, Levi Samples, Jacob Wilkie, Justin King and Tristan Reed should all see playing time at tackle.

    At guard, Chase Wilson, Mason Bennett, Trent White, Matt Hammond, Cole Smith and Corbin Thomas should see some playing time.

    Handling the kicking duties will be Max Muldoon as the place kicker and kick off man.

    Right now, Colton Chester is manning the punting posi-tion, according to Lee.

    The team has two very good long snappers in both Clark and Hammond.

    With the offense scoring at

    will, the Tiger defense, led by coach Jed Lacey, must do its part this season.

    Lacey will instill a sense of determination and pride in the unit.

    We will be very aggressive with our style of play, Lee said.

    The Tiger defensive line w i l l c o n s i s t o f : B l a k e McDan ie l , Ca le Ta l l an t ,

    Brandon Tenor io , Hayes , C o l e Wa t e r s , C h r i s t i a n H e b e r t , Va u g h a n a n d Hammond.

    Linebackers will be one of the strengths of the defense, and wil l be led by Cody Smith, Zach Martin, Corey Voyles and JP King on the inside.

    At outside linebacker are

    Keaton Toal, Scotty Zadernak and Cole Knight.

    Dawsons secondary will consist of J. Putnam, Anglin, M. Putnam, Sayler, Guy, Venters, Clark and Brandon Seay.

    It should be a very excit-ing season of high school football in Dawsonville, Lee said.

    Date Opponent Time LocationAug. 22 East Hall* 7:30 p.m. HomeAug. 31 Lumpkin County 7:30 p.m. DahlonegaSept. 7 North Forsyth 7:30 p.m. DawsonvilleSept. 14 Forsyth Central 7:30 p.m. CummingSept. 21 OpenSept. 28 North Hall* 7:30 p.m. DawsonvilleOct. 5 Banks County* 7:30 p.m. HomerOct. 12 OpenOct. 19 Buford* 7:30 p.m. BufordOct. 26 White County* 7:30 p.m. DawsonvilleNov. 2 Fannin County* 7:30 p.m. Blue RidgeNov. 9 West Hall* 7:30 p.m. GainesvilleNov. 16-17 First round of playoffs TBA TBA

    *Region 7-AAA Games

    Dawson County High School 2012 varsity schedule

    FROM 2


    Quarterback Tyler Dominy rolls out for a pass during a recent scrim-


    Photos by Ryan Coker Dawson

    Community News

    Zach Martin takes a handoff from quarterback Tyler Dominy during a recent scrimmage.

  • dawsonnews.com | DAWSON COMMUNITY NEWS | 5WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 22, 2012


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  • 6 | DAWSON COMMUNITY NEWS | dawsonnews.com WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 22, 2012

    2012 dawson county senior tigers

    tyler dominy

    Matt Hammond

    christian Hebert

    JP Kingwill anglin Bruce clark Brenden Fitzgerald

    cole Knight

    Zach Martin Mitchell Putnam

    Justin sams cody smith Harley Vaughan

    Blake Mcdaniel

    cale tallantLevi samples

    trent white Jacob wilkiecole waters

    DCHS 2012 Tigers Coaching Staff

    From left, Derek Waters, Mark Thomason, John Kenny, Jeff Lee, Chess Hamby and Jed Lacey.

    For the Dawson Community News

    2012 dawson county Junior tigers

    colton chester

    Zach guy Logan Hayes Justin KingJacob Haberkam

    Mason Bennett

    Kaine Barnes

    eli Brown

  • dawsonnews.com | DAWSON COMMUNITY NEWS | 7WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 22, 2012

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    jackson Putnam

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    cody Lamar Zack Lane

    Keaton toalchris saylertristan reed isaac rice

    Lane Venters scott Zadernak

    chase wilson

    Junior varsity/ninth grade 2012 schedule

    date opponent Place timeSept. 6 Lumpkin (JV) Home 5:30 p.m.Sept. 13 White County (9th) Cleveland 5:30 p.m. Sept. 20 White County (JV) Home 5:30 p.m.Sept. 27 Rabun County (JV) Home 5:30 p.m.Oct. 4 Gilmer County (9th) Home 5:30 p.m.Oct. 11 Pickens County (JV) Jasper 5:30 p.m.Oct. 18 Fannin County (JV) Home 5:30 p.m.Oct. 25 Gilmer County (JV) Ellijay 5:30 p.m.Nov. 1 Pickens County (9th) Home 5:30 p.m.

  • 8 | DAWSON COMMUNITY NEWS | dawsonnews.com WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 22, 2012

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  • 10 | DAWSON COMMUNITY NEWS | dawsonnews.com WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 22, 2012

    2012 dawson county sophomore tigers

    Zach Buchan

    dalton edwards

    Quade Buytentorp

    Brendan Lillie

    Kyle hayes matt holtonanthony antoun

    James holton

    Levi whitmire

    richard palmer

    corey Voylescorbin thomas

    ty willliamscole smith Brett whalen

    chris reed

    2012 dawson county freshmen tigers

    cole hoppal Logan hurstmax currier cameron hudson

    Joseph conowal

    Beau cooper

    Brendan capps

    Brodie chester

    Jessie mitchell

    trey maciolek

    aJ manorduncan Kobar

    Brandon monkus

    For the Dawson Community News

    2012 footBaLL managersFrom left, Donald Goswick, Katelyn Hardegree, Katherine Kerby, Paige Reece and Peyton Louden.

    Not pictured:Senior Brandon Seay, Freshman Conor Woodbury

  • dawsonnews.com | DAWSON COMMUNITY NEWS | 11WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 22, 2012

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    2012 SEASON!

    For the Dawson Community News

    DCHS 2012 Football CHeerleaDerSBack row, from left: Lizzie Morgan, Savannah Danford, coach Keely Amos, Kaylee Adams and Sierra Rogers. Front row, from left: Ashally Collett, Allison Scott, Blakley Sheriff, Reese Bryant and Taylor Adams.

    For the Dawson Community News

    2012-13 Competition CHeerleaDerSSenior Morgan Bradshaw; Juniors: Reese Bryant, Courtney Curtis, Brittany Horton, Kristy Martin, Dani Renfroe, Abi Swanger, Brittany Veloce; Sophomores: Summer Armstrong, Savannah Garrick, Reagan Millholland, Summer Sanders, Rachael Starling; Freshmen: Michaela Calhoun, Caitlyn Smith, Autumn Stewart and Coach Kim Fleming.

    Date location time

    Sept. 8 Dawson County High School 1 p.m.

    Sept. 15 Mill Creek High School 10 a.m.

    Sept. 22 North Gwinnett High School 10 a.m.

    Sept. 29 Off

    Oct. 6 West Forsyth High School 1 p.m.

    Oct. 13 Off

    Oct. 20 Roswell High School 1 p.m.

    Oct. 27 Mary Persons High School noon

    Nov. 3 Region held at Roswell High TBA

    Nov. 9-10 State Columbus Civic Center TBA

    Dawson County High School 2012

    Competition Cheerleading Schedule

  • 12 | DAWSON COMMUNITY NEWS | dawsonnews.com WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 22, 2012

    By Pam [email protected]

    The Dawson County Middle School football team used early morning sessions to prepare for the 2012 season.

    The Tigers had numerous 6:30 a.m. practices in order to beat the heat.

    Practicing early has really worked for us, said head coach Thomy Edwards.

    The season marks the third that Edwards has been the head coach of the team.

    Edwards has been coaching and teach-ing at the school for four years.

    Assistant coaches will be Frank Brown and Steven Moates on defense and Russell Burt on offense.

    We have a great coaching staff, Edwards said.

    Dawson County is coming off a disap-pointing 2-4 record last season.

    Edwards team will concentrate on fin-ishing games this season.

    Last year there was a couple ball games that we were winning, or only down a touchdown, in the last quarter but

    ended up falling short of the win. We hope to change that this year, Edwards said.

    On offense the Tigers are working on running the wishbone.

    We are going to try to be a ball controlling offensive. Nothing flashy,

    just some old school smash-mouth foot-ball, he said.

    Defensively the team will employ a 4-4 scheme.

    We are working on not quitting until you hear the whistle. We want all 11 play-ers on the field to run to the football, Edwards said.

    The teams quarterback this season will be Colin Glover.

    Joining Glover in the backfield will be running backs; Jordan Hannah, Hunter Burt, Taylor Cronan, Rusty Chester, Caine Wells and Jeremy Whalen.

    As you can see we have a hand full of

    Dawson County Middle School Roster 2012

    Head coach: Thomy EdwardsAssistant coaches: Frank Brown, Steven Moates and Russell Burt

    Player PositionTre Arnold RB/OLBBrandon Branson G/MLBJacob Branson OT/DEKolton Brumbelow RB/DBLogan Brumebelow FB/OLBHunter Burt RB/OLBRusty Chester RB/DBZach Conowal RB/OLBEthan Cowart RB/DBRob Cox OT/NGTaylor Cronan RB/OLBDaniel Eubanks RB/DBAaron Garcia TE/DECody Garmon G/MLBColin Glover QB/DBCorey Hammond TE/DEJordan Hannah FB/MLBWesley Hollaway RB/DBMatt Kenny QB/DBDevan King FB/MLBHunter Lebaron TE/DEAustyn Locke OT/DTLevi Loggins TE/OLBPatrick Mallory G/DTReed McAlister TE/OLBDalton Meyer G/DTNick Murphy RB/DBPayton Myers RB/OLBJosh Poe RB/DBEvan Povolny RB/OLBDorian Richards RB/OLBSawyer Smith OT/DTJoseph Stapler RB/DBPreston Swafford OT/OLBBlaine Thomason G/DTGage Tomlinson C/NGJordan Waddell C/DTCarson Weatherford G/DECaine Wells RB/DBJeremy Whalen RB/DBJake Williams OT/NGAustin Young WR/DB

    Middle school Tigers look to improve record

    Pam Jacobs Dawson Community News

    Middle school Tiger running backs Caine Wells, from left, Evan Povolny and Hunter Burt practice in preparation for the upcoming season.

    See RECORD | 13


  • dawsonnews.com | DAWSON COMMUNITY NEWS | 13WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 22, 2012

    running backs that I am going to use this year, Edwards said.

    The offensive line will consist of center, Jordan Waddell, right guard, Cody Garmon, left guard, Carson Weatherford, right tackle, Sawyer Smith and left tackle, Jacob Branson.

    At wide receiver will be Austin Young and playing tight end will be Hunter LeBaron.

    Coaches Brown and Moates will have some talent on defense.

    Playing along the defensive line will be

    Waddell, Smith, Weatherford and LeBaron.Playing inside linebackers will be

    Hannah and Garmon. Manning the outside linebacker position will be Taylor Cronan, Hunter Burt, Payton Myers and Dorian Richardson.

    In the secondary will be Chester, Austin Young and Whalen.

    We must get consistent play from last seasons returning players Hunter LeBaron, Hunter Burt, Rusty Chester, Colin Glover and Jordan Hannah for us to be successful, Edwards said. I expect my players to always go 100 percent and win the games that are close.

    The Tigers will play their first regular season game against Riverview Middle on Saturday. Game time had not been set as of press time.

    Date Opponent Place TimeAug. 25 Riverview Home TBAAug. 30 Pickens Home 5 p.m.Sept. 6 Jasper Jasper 5 p.m.Sept. 13 Fannin Fannin 5 p.m.Sept. 20 Clear Creek Dawson 9 a.m.Sept. 27 Playoffs TBA TBAOct. 4 Championship Game TBA TBA

    Dawson County Middle School 2012 football schedule

    FROM 12


    Pam Jacobs Dawson Community News

    Running back Caine Wells reads the block of Evan Povolny on Carson Weatherford as head coach Thomy Edwards looks on.

  • 14 | DAWSON COMMUNITY NEWS | dawsonnews.com WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 22, 2012

    By Pam [email protected]

    Riverview Middle School began foot-ball practice under first year head coach Benjy Edwards recently.

    Edwards had been an assistant coach for four years prior to taking the head position this spring.

    Edwards will be assisted by Phil Branson and Jeremy Smith. Both Branson and Smith coached at Riverview last sea-son.

    We have a great bunch of kids that have a very good work ethic, Edwards said. They are excited about the season and work hard every day at practice.

    There is lots of room for improvement on both offense and defense for the Eagles, according to Edwards.

    Last season the team scored only two touchdowns on offense. The Eagles were 0-5 last season.

    There is loads of competition at the quarterback position this year, according

    to Edwards.Three different players

    are vying for the posi-t ion: Hunter Ramey, E va n J e n n i n g s a n d Cullen Reed.

    There is a real battle going on for quarterback. All three boys are pretty good, Edwards said.

    Reed is a seventh grader, while Jennings and Ramey are eighth graders.

    We have several backs that carry the ball well and have some great speed. We will try to utilize their speed by trying to get them in the open field, Edwards said.

    Backs fighting for playing time are: Trey Dixon, Phillip Pinion, Tim Moody, Jacob Adams, Dustin Ray and Connor Bearden.

    The offensive line will be anchored by Dawson Dominy at center, according to Edwards.

    Coach begins first year at helm of Riverview

    Player Grade Position

    Drew Albert 7th WR/DB

    Peyton Allen 7th OL/DL

    Connor Bearden 7th RB/LB

    Jake Blackstock 7th OL/DL

    Ethan Clark 7th WR/DB

    Dawson Dominy 7th OL/DL

    Kyler Limburg 7th OL/DL

    Kane Pelfrey 7th OL/DL

    Jack Pharris 7th OL/DL

    Karson Pharris 7th OL/DL

    Kyle Phillips 7th WR/DB

    Cullen Reed 7th QB/DB

    Logan Sanders 7th OL/DL

    Taylor Swofford 7th OL/DL

    Easton Wright 7th WR/DB

    Jacob Adams 8th FB/LB

    Trey Dixon 8th RB/LB

    Jacob Gloeckner 8th WR/DB

    Evan Jennings 8th QB/DB

    Keelan Kraus 8th OL/DL

    Timothy Moody 8th RB/LB

    Patrick Moody 8th WR/DB

    Casey Passmore 8th OL/DL

    Phillip Pinion 8th RB/LB

    TJ Porter 8th OL/DL

    Jacob Poston 8th WR/DB

    Jacob Prichard 8th OL/DL

    Hunter Ramey 8th QB/DB

    Dustin Ray 8th FB/LB

    Chris Rodriguez 8th WR/LB

    Jakob Scoggins 8th TE/ DL

    Dylan Thomas 8th WR/LB

    Barry Thurmond 8th TE/DL

    Head coach: Benjy EdwardsAssistant coaches: Phil Branson and Jeremy Smith

    Riverview Middle School 2012 football roster

    See HELM | 15

    Dylan Thomas

    works on a catching

    drill during a recent

    Eagle prac-tice.

    Pam Jacobs Dawson

    Community News


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    There are several players looking to win starting positions. Edwards and his staff must decide upon Taylor Swofford, Casey Passmore, Dominy, Karson Pharris, Jack Pharris, and Keelan Kraus on the line.

    At the tight end position, Edwards expects b ig th ings f rom Barry Thurmond.

    He is a smart football player with great ability. He has some of the best hands on the team, but also gets his job

    done when it comes to making a block, he said.

    Riverview wil l show mult iple schemes on defense. The Eagles have been practicing several different fronts.

    In the past we have ran a 4-4 look, but this year we are looking at a 5-3, he said.

    There are still a lot of decisions to make on defense.

    I expect our defensive players to flow to the ball and make tackles, Edwards said.

    Riverview will play cross-county rival Dawson Middle on Saturday to open the season.

    Kick-off time had not been set as of press time.

    FROM 14


    Date Opponent Location TimeAug. 25 Dawson County Away TBAAug. 30 Clear Creek Away 5 p.m.Sept. 6 Fannin Home 5 p.m.Sept. 13 Pickens Away 5 p.m.Sept. 20 Jasper Home 5 p.m.Sept. 27 playoffs TBA TBAOct. 4 Championship Game TBA TBA

    Riverview Middle School 2012 Schedule

    Pam Jacobs Dawson Community News

    Middle school Eagle Connor Bearden works on a running drill as part of a recent Eagle practice.

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