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2 1 23 Toombs E Sports

The Toombs County Bulldogs Esports program began their preseason with both the varsity and junior varsity teams securing dominant wins against Peach County and Trinity Christian School of Sharpsburg, Georgia.

The varsity team defeated Peach County 3-0, showing their strength and determination. The team’s communication, strategy, and teamwork were all on point, leading to a convincing win. The team’s coach, Tyler Corley, was impressed with the players’ efforts and performance. He said, “I am proud of the team for their hard work and dedication. It’s great to see their hard work pay off. They have set the bar high for themselves and I have no doubt they will continue to meet the expectations they set in the Fall of 2022 this season.”

The junior varsity team also made a strong impression, defeating Trinity Christian School of Sharpsburg 3-2. The young players showed their skills and potential, setting the stage for a promising future. The Bulldogs return all four starters from the fall of 2022. With these key players leading the way, the team is poised for a successful season.

The Toombs County Bulldogs are coming off of a state runner-up finish in the Fall of 2022 and are looking to finish the deal this season with their first state championship. With the talent, dedication, and teamwork of the players and the encouragement of their fans, the Toombs County Bulldogs are well on their way to a successful season.(Courtesy of Toombs County Athletics) 

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