The Thomson Lady Dogs were held scoreless by the Westside Lady Patriots in a soccer match played at Thomson on March 20.
"That was a tough game," said Thomson's Anna Carrington after the game. "But I think we played with heart.
The THS Lady Dogs beat the Lady Hawks of Washington County 4-3 on March 13 in an away game that went into double overtime and was decided in a shootout.
"That game was a little too exciting," head coach Jessica Ruarke said following the game.
The THS Soccer Dogs fell to Westside 2-1 in regional play March 20 at Thomson.
"Westside came to play," head coach Zack Tucker said.
"They're a good team. They haven't lost a game in the region, and they came to play.
The Thomson High School Soccer Dogs traveled to Washington County on March 13 to garner a 2-0 victory in a game that went into double overtime.
"Be ready for a physical match," head coach Zack Tucker told his team before the game.
It's amazing how age changes your perspective. Since I've gotten older, I have a greater appreciation for a man who I have to admit, I didn't always value as I should have. That man is the late William Green Bullock.
MR. D. MONROE ANDERSON THOMSON - Mr. D. Monroe Anderson, 67, of Thomson, entered into rest Wednesday, March 21, at the Medical College of Georgia. Memorial services were held at 3 p.m. Friday from the chapel of Chance & Hydrick Funeral Directors.