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Lady Glads bring their best

Lady Glads bring their best

Winder-Barrow’s girls’ basketball team jumped out to a quick 6-0 lead Friday night at the Dogghouse, the Harrison Activities Building, forcing visiting Clarke Central to call a time out.

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Doggs keep it close with Glads, lose it late

Doggs keep it close with Glads, lose it late

Winder-Barrow’s boys’ basketball team led for nearly all of the first quarter and for about two minutes in the second period Friday at the Dogghouse, the Harrison Activities Building, but Clarke Central maintained a fairly comfortable lead in the second half and came away with a 63-51 victory in a Region 8-AAAAA crossover game.

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Poor shooting hurts Doggs in home loss to Monroe's 'Canes

A 3-point basket by Drezdin Williams with 6:57 left in the first quarter Saturday night at the Dogghouse, the Harrison Activities Building, got the Winder-Barrow boys’ basketball team within one point, but that was as close as the Bulldoggs came in a 67-42 loss to archrival Monroe Area in a non-region game.

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Stoudenmires wrestle cancer

Stoudenmires wrestle cancer

Jim Stoudenmire, who died from a brain tumor in 2000, has a legacy as being one of the most loved and respected coaches in north Georgia, and nobody upholds that legacy better than his three sons who are still coaching in the area to this day.

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Freshmen big factor for Lady Doggs in win over Monroe Area

Winder-Barrow’s girls’ basketball team scored the last 16 points of the second quarter Saturday night at the Dogghouse, the Harrison Activities Building, broke open a close game and went on to defeat Monroe Area 49-25 in a non-region game.

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Lady Doggs back to winning

Winder-Barrow’s girls’ basketball team had three players to score in double figures and just missed having a fourth as the Lady Bulldoggs of Coach Brandon Thomas came from behind and led throughout the fourth quarter Friday night at the Dogghouse in a 51-42 victory over Cedar Shoals in a Region 8-AAAAA crossover game.

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Doggs upended by visiting Jags of Cedar Shoals

Winder-Barrow’s boys’ basketball team was shut out in the first quarter Friday night at the Dogghouse, the Harrison Activities Building, a sign of things to come in an 84-36 loss to visiting Cedar Shoals in a Region 8-AAAAA crossover game.

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Late basket dooms Lady Doggs to another last-minute loss

Winder-Barrow’s girls’ basketball team led visiting Salem by as many as 16 points early in the third quarter, but the Lady Seminoles’ pressing defense led to their outscoring the Lady Bulldoggs 24-12 in the fourth quarter, including a game-winning 3-pointer by Paris Scott with 4.0 seconds left in a 47-46 victory at the Dogghouse, Winder-Barrow’s Harrison Activities Building.

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Salem outlasts insistent Hoop Doggs Tuesday evening

Winder-Barrow’s boys’ basketball team could not hold a narrow first-half lead and ended up dropping a 58-45 decision to visiting Salem Tuesday night at the Dogghouse, the Harrison Activities Building, in a Region 8-AAAAA crossover game.

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Lady Doggs' first loss a last-minute letdown

Lady Doggs' first loss a last-minute letdown

The Lady Bulldoggs thought they had a good shot at winning Monday’s tournament contest against the Berkmar Lady Patriots, but a couple of late mistakes gave Berkmar the 45-43 win.

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Late surge dooms Bulldoggs

Late surge dooms Bulldoggs

Winder-Barrow had a lead in the final ten seconds or so of Monday’s game, and they nearly made a final comeback despite the towering odds against them, but the Clarkston Angoras held on for a 49-48 finish to cap off the Winder-Barrow Thanksgiving Tipoff Tournament.

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Cold weather not enough to keep Doggs dry

The Winder-Barrow High School Swim Doggs are just two meets into the season, but they are already poised to make it a special one. With just two competitions out of the way, the Swim Doggs have already qualified 11 times for the state competition at the end of the season.

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Offense returns to Winder hoops

Offense returns to Winder hoops

Although the official start of the Winder-Barrow men’s basketball season is Saturday afternoon, the Doggs opened the 2014-15 season on something of a high note in Tuesday night’s 84-82 scrimmage win over White County High School.

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Lady Doggs avenge 2013 scrimmage loss

Lady Doggs avenge 2013 scrimmage loss

Winder-Barrow’s Lady Doggs did something Tuesday night that they struggled to do most of last season. In a 50-46 win over White County, the Lady Doggs put up solid points.

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Cheer Doggs win sixth state title

Cheer Doggs win sixth state title

After winning five state titles in 20 years, the Winder-Barrow Cheer Doggs have enough rings to fill up an entire left hand. So what do they do after that? They win a sixth state championship and start working on the right.

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Winder's miracle season ends at Kell High School

Winder's miracle season ends at Kell High School

When the clock hit zero and fans started leaving the bitter cold Stockyard at Kell High School, Winder-Barrow football’s miracle season had come to an end. Taking a 31-7 defeat at Kell in the first round of the state playoffs may have put an end to Winder-Barrow’s run, but the Bulldoggs walked off the field with a certain pride in what they had accomplished so far.

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Lady Distance Doggs compete at state meet

Lady Distance Doggs compete at state meet

Micah Weathers placed 24th individually to lead the Winder-Barrow girls’ cross country team to a 14th-place finish among 32 scoring teams in the Class AAAAA state meet Saturday at the Carrollton High School course, which has been the site of the state meet for many years.

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Onslaught of basketball season brings celebration

Onslaught of basketball season brings celebration

Winder-Barrow High School may be entering their first football playoff appearance in 11 years, but the season of the pigskin is still coming close to a conclusion. As such, the Winder-Barrow community and student body came together Tuesday night to celebrate the school’s annual Hoop Mania event to signal the start of basketball season.

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Doggs excited for first round of state football playoffs

Doggs excited for first round of state football playoffs

In just one season at the helm of Winder-Barrow football, coach Heath Webb has already taken the Bulldoggs to heights they have not experienced in more than a decade.

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Winder defense rules second half in dominant win

Winder defense rules second half in dominant win

The result may have been inconsequential as far as playoffs are concerned, but Winder-Barrow High School’s 43-26 victory over Heritage Friday night was anything but meaningless as it helped the Bulldoggs secure a winning record for the first time since the 2003 Doggs went 8-3.

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Team the focus of Winder-Barrow softball banquet

Winder-Barrow High School softball coach Monty McClure announced at the team’s awards banquet Tuesday night that individual awards will no longer be given as long as he remains coach at the school.

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Doggs send team to state

Sophomore Micah Weathers won the individual championship Saturday in the Region 8-AAAAA cross country meet hosted by Heritage High School at the Georgia International Horse Park course, but the Lady Bulldoggs had a long streak of team titles snapped as they finished third in the team standings.

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Doggs need to end season with a win

Doggs need to end season with a win

The Winder-Barrow Bulldoggs have made quite the impression on the football scene in the state of Georgia after having gone from winning three games in four seasons to being just one week away from a playoff bid.

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Though upset bid falls short, Doggs clinch playoffs

SUGAR HILL-- On a chilly Halloween night, it was clear from the very beginning that Winder-Barrow had a trick and not a treat planned for the heavily favored Lanier Longhorns. However, Lanier was able to overcome an early deficit and secure the 21-10 victory with a 70-yard interception return for a touchdown by Jeremy Taylor in the final minutes to clinch the win and the school’s first region title. 

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Bulldoggs can clinch playoff berth with upset win

Bulldoggs can clinch playoff berth with upset win

The Winder-Barrow Bulldoggs enter Friday night’s potential playoff-clinching game against Lanier sporting a three-game winning streak, their longest since starting the 2007 season 4-0.

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Doggs earn historic win and keep playoff hopes alive

Doggs earn historic win and keep playoff hopes alive

ATHENS – For the first time in almost a century, the Winder-Barrow Bulldoggs can celebrate a win over Clarke Central’s Gladiators as the Doggs use some stout defense and a special team to pull out the win 35-29 at Billy Henderson Stadium.

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Coach Wood Invitational proves to be a challenge for Winder-Barrow cross country

Winder-Barrow High School’s cross country team participated in the Coach Wood Invitational at the Gainesville campus of the University of North Georgia over the weekend, one of the most competitive races of the year featuring state-qualifying teams from every classification in the state.

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Ground game to be key in Winder-Barrow matchup with Clarke Central

Ground game to be key in Winder-Barrow matchup with Clarke Central

By staving off disaster in the waning seconds of last Friday’s region contest against Cedar Shoals, the Winder-Barrow Bulldoggs will continue their remarkable playoff push with one of the biggest games this team has ever played in.

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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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