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Diamond Doggs hit brutal pre-region schedule head on

Winder-Barrow High School’s Diamond Doggs are still two weeks away from starting their region schedule, but they have already put their hand to the fire with a brutal non-region schedule.

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Midfield too strong for Winder-Barrow

Midfield too strong for Winder-Barrow

Wet conditions at Archer High School made Tuesday night’s women’s soccer game between Winder-Barrow and the Lady Tigers a slippery affair as both teams had trouble staying on their feet. 

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Doggs lose after first-minute goal

Doggs lose after first-minute goal

Winder-Barrow had the lead almost from the word go, but it was the Archer Tigers that would have the final word Tuesday in their 3-1 win over the Bulldoggs. 

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Winder's sophomore wrestling duo hit state

Gavin Pieniasek and Dalton Crowe represented Winder-Barrow High School this past weekend at the GHSA traditional state wrestling tournament in Macon with both doing their level best to advance the Winder-Barrow Mat Doggs.

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Thurmond's ordeal finally comes to a happy conclusion

Thurmond's ordeal finally comes to a happy conclusion

Precious few athletes get to have two signing ceremonies. Then again, very few athletes would want two signing ceremonies if they happen like Carlee Thurmond’s. 

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Mat Doggs advance two to upcoming state tournament in Macon

With just one week left in the wrestling season, Winder-Barrow still has two men in the hunt. Sophomore Mat Doggs Gavin Pieniasek and Dalton Crowe both wrestled well enough at sectionals to advance to the state tournament in Macon. 

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Cold shooting spell dooms Winder-Barrow

Cold shooting spell dooms Winder-Barrow

Winder-Barrow’s boys’ basketball team did some good things in the first half and stayed in the game for at least three quarters Monday night at the Apalachee gym.

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Lady Doggs fall short of state tournament bid with first-round loss to Salem

Lady Doggs fall short of state tournament bid with first-round loss to Salem

Despite a close effort against one of the best teams in the state, a Salem team that went to the Elite Eight last season, the Winder-Barrow Lady Doggs’ season ended Tuesday night with a 39-28 loss in the Region 8-AAAAA basketball tournament.

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"Big Man" Gates a catch for NGU

National Signing Day came and went with just one Winder-Barrow Bulldogg signing a letter of intent to play college football, but the celebration is just getting started as All-Region defensive lineman Anthony Gates signed a letter of intent to play for North Greenville University in South Carolina Thursday morning.

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Seniors lead Lady Doggs to win in final home game of the season

Because it was Senior Night at Winder-Barrow, Lady Bulldoggs coach Brandon Thomas chose to start five of his six seniors in Tuesday night’s sub-region 8-AAAAA North game against Lanier.

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Foul shots doom Winder-Barrow once again

Foul shots doom Winder-Barrow once again

The same problem that has plagued the Winder-Barrow boys’ basketball team all season long waited until late in the game to show itself on Senior Night Tuesday night at the Harrison Activities Building (the Dogghouse) in a sub-region 8-AAAAA game against Lanier.

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Winder-Barrow's Randall signs for Pikeville

Winder-Barrow's Randall signs for Pikeville

The popular ideology with athletes right now is that individual success is the most important aspiration to attain. What young athletes so often fail to realize is that team success begets individual success, and that is certainly the case for Winder-Barrow slot receiver Bradyn Randall.

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Doggs fall to Flowery Branch in rout

FLOWERY BRANCH BOYS 62, WINDER-BARROW 45: To John Mills, shooting seven 3-pointers against Winder-Barrow on Friday night just felt “natural.” His game-high 29 points, including five treys in the first quarter alone, helped the Falcons (12-1, 5-7 in Region 8-AAAAA) rout the visiting Bulldoggs.

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Early lead not enough for Lady Doggs

Early lead not enough for Lady Doggs

FLOWERY BRANCH — Dominated on the glass, fruitless from the field and nearing early foul trouble, the Flowery Branch Lady Falcons had little rhythm entering the second half down by four to Winder-Barrow. 

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Swim meet showcases local Bulldogg talent

Winder-Barrow’s Swim Doggs enjoyed great success at their second and final meet on-campus at the University of Georgia with more than 10 swimmers capturing personal bests and another ten swimmers earning top 10 finishes. 

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Weekend heartbreaker preludes Tuesday blowout

Weekend heartbreaker preludes Tuesday blowout

Gainesville’s boys’ basketball team sank eight 3-point baskets and had six dunks Tuesday night at the Harrison Activities Building (the Dogghouse) and crushed the Winder-Barrow boys 67-32 in a sub-region 8-AAAAA North game.

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Comeback bid short for Lady Doggs

Comeback bid short for Lady Doggs

Winder-Barrow’s girls’ basketball team got too far behind early in the game Tuesday night at the Harrison Activities Building (the Dogghouse) and, though the Lady Bulldoggs made a late run to narrow the gap, they ended up losing to Gainesville 48-37 in a sub-region 8-AAAAA North game.

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Doggs miss opportunity

It seems like the Winder-Barrow boys’ basketball team solves one problem and another one rises up to bite the Bulldoggs.

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Lady Falcons flex their muscles

Flowery Branch’s girls’ basketball team utilized a balanced attack and an 8-0 third-quarter run Tuesday night to defeat Winder-Barrow 49-38 in a sub-region 8-AAAAA North game at the Harrison Activities Building (the Dogghouse).

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Thurmond earns a spot with GPC

Thurmond earns a spot with GPC

Colleges are taking notice of the softball product in Barrow County, and with good reason. Winder-Barrow senior Carlee Thurmond became the third player from the county this year to sign a letter of intent to play college softball when she accepted a scholarship to play for Georgia Perimeter College earlier this week.

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Second-half defense big in win

Second-half defense big in win

Winder-Barrow’s Lady Bulldoggs trailed Jackson County for a few seconds and were tied with the Lady Panthers three different occasions in the first quarter, but they managed to pull ahead and seal a 52-38 win with outstanding team defense and what was possibly Latrice Perkins’ best night so far.

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Winder snags 22-point win at Jackson County

Winder snags 22-point win at Jackson County

JEFFERSON – It had been a month to the day since Winder-Barrow men’s basketball earned their last victory, a buzzer-beater over Jackson County, but the Doggs got their second win of the season and without any of the drama from their previous victory with a decisive 54-32 win over the Panthers in Jefferson. 

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Diamond Doggs back to winning

Diamond Doggs back to winning

 

The Winder-Barrow Diamond Doggs improved to 12-6, 6-2 Region 8-AAAAA, in taking down the Clarke Central Gladiators at A.M. Weathersby Field by a final score of 13-3, after the mercy rule came into effect at the end of the sixth inning. The Diamond Doggs won behind the pitching efforts of senior RHP Christian Hodge and his 10 strikeouts.

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