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2014 Season

 Fall All-Region TCHS Athletes

 Shyann Davis, Sydnee Standard and Alivia Johnson

Four Toombs County  High School athletes were named to the Region 1 AAA All-Region teams for the 2014 fall sports season. From the TCHS volleyball team, which went to the GHSA State Tournament and finished with a 21-13 record, Shyann Davis was named first team All-Region and seniors Sydnee Standard and Alivia Johnson were named to the second team. Also, from the TCHS softball team senior catcher Victoria Jordan was voted first team All-Region and junior shortstop Abigail Lynn was named to the second team. Watch Sydnee Standard highlights

Net Dawgs earn 3rd straight trip to state

In their first season on the Triple A level the Toombs County volleyball team earned a third straight trip to the GHSA State Tournament. In the Area 1 Tournament in Savannah, fourth seeded Toombs County defeated fifth seeded Johnson 25-21 and 25-17. That victory sealed the state tourney bid.

Savannah Arts defeated TCHS in the semifinal round 25-12 and 25-22 sending the Net Dawgs into the third place game. Southeast Bulloch knocked off Toombs 25-17 and 26-24 meaning the Lady Bulldogs will be seeded fourth going to state.

21-12 Toombs County will be traveling for the first time in it's state tournament history and will face the Area 3 champ Westside-Augusta. The match will be played on Wednesday, October 15.

Last season the Net Dawgs played host to Jefferson and lost 25-6, 25-13 and 25-5. In 2012 TCHS lost a heartbreaking five set match to Early County. Early won the first two sets 25-21 and 25-20 despite TCHS taking the early lead on the serving of Darby Lane. The Lady Bulldogs led 8-0 in the first set. Daisy Manning served several winning points as TCHS took the third game 25-18 and then the girls dominated the fourth winning 25-11.

In the decisive fifth game Early took a 9-4 lead before TCHS rallied and tied it at 14. The final set is played to 15 points and you have to win by two and Early won the final two points to prevail 16-14. 

Net Dawgs Senior Day

 Sydnee Standard, Chelsea Wommack, Alivia Johnson and Lyndsay Wiggins

Seniors Sydnee Standard, Chelsea Wommack, Alivia Johnson and Lyndsay Wiggins have been a big part of the Toombs County volleyball team's recent success, two straight trips to the state tourney and a 19-9 record so far this season. The four seniors were honored on Tuesday between home matches against Ware County and Dublin. The Net Dawgs defeated Dublin 25-2 and 25-9 and lost to Ware 25-22 and 25-20. Coincidentally, all four seniors plan on entering the medical field after college. Watch the Senior Day Ceremony and action from the Ware County match Video  watch a Senior Day Slideshow  and listen to the seniors Audio
The Net Dawgs ended their regular season beating Beach 25-23, 21-25 and 25-13 and they lost to Savannah Arts 25-9 and 25-15. The girls head to the Region 1 Tournament with a 20-10 record. 

Net Dawgs split on the Coast

Loses have been rare for the Toombs County HIgh School volleyball team. However, the Net Dawgs did drop three straight sets on the coast. TCHS lost to Islands 25-12 and 25-22 and the girls rebounded and defeated Beach in three sets- 22-25,25-13 and 25-18. Toombs County is 18-8 on the season.

The Net Dawgs reeled off two more road victories on Tuesday. Toombs took care of Burke County 25-19 and 25-11 and then they nipped the Academy of Richmond in two sets 26-24 and 25-23. Down 24-20, and one point away from losing the first set to Richmond, Alivia Johnson won six straight serves as TCHS won in volleyball overtime. In the second set Sydnee Standard's serve claimed the last four points.

Net Dawgs win two more matches

The Toombs County High School volleyball team reeled off two more road victories on Tuesday. The Net Dawgs took care of Burke County 25-19 and 25-11 and then they nipped the Academy of Richmond in two sets 26-24 and 25-23. Down 24-20, and one point away from losing the first set to Richmond, Alivia Johnson won six straight serves as TCHS won in volleyball overtime. In the second set Sydnee Standard's serve claimed the last four points. The Net Dawgs are 17-7 on the season.  

Net Dawgs win in 3 and lose in 3

In their next to last home date the Toombs County High School volleyball team split a pair of three set matches. The Net Dawgs defeated Jenkins High 25-16, 24-26 and 25-13 and they lost to Southeast Bulloch 25-22, 25-10 and 25-23. The split left Toombs with a 15-7 record for the season. Watch action from the SEB match video

On Tuesday, on the road, Toombs County took care of Liberty County 25-21 and 25-17 and they lost to Jenkins 25-21 and 25-21.

Net Dawgs win in new uniforms 

The Toombs County Volleyball team put on their new uniforms and went out and took care of two Savannah schools on the road. The TCHS varsity beat Savannah High 2-0 and Jenkins High 2-1 and the junior varsity knocked off Savannah in three sets. On Tuesday the Net Dawgs swept Dublin, in Dublin, in a pair of matches 25-5 and 25-8 and 25-4 and 25-4. 

The Net Dawgs have now won four matches in a row, earlier this season Toombs had a seven match hitting streak.

Savannah Arts ends TCHS win streak

The Toombs County volleyball team's seven game winning streak ended in Lyons as Savannah Arts High School defeated the Net Dawgs 25-13 and 25-19. Toombs bounced back by beating Johnson 21-25, 25-22 and 25-15 improving the girls record to 8-2. 

Net Dawgs extend win streak to 7

The Toombs County High School volleyball team opened up the season with a two-set loss at Ware County. Since then the Net Dawgs have reeled off seven straight victories including two, at home, against Burke County 25-7 and 25-17 and West Laurens 25-23 and 25-21. Last season the Lady Bulldogs were not able to defeat West Laurens. However, so far this season the girls have beaten the Lady Raiders both home and away. Watch highlights and a slideshow

Net Dawgs win fifth straight match

The Toombs County volleyball team traveled to West Laurens and won two more matches giving the girls a five-match win streak. TCHS swept Baldwin 25-6 and 25-23. Shyann Davis served seven straight winning points in the second set. Then the Net Dawgs took care of West Laurens 25-19, 19-25 and 26-24. Alivia Johnson won four points with her serve as Toombs came back to win the third set.  

Net Dawgs sweep Savannah schools

 Alivia Johnson (blue) battles at the net

The Toombs County volleyball team opened up its home schedule with a pair of Region 1 AAA victories over a pair of Savannah schools. The Net Dawgs lost the first set to Johnson 25-16 and then rallied winning 25-20 and 26-24. Johnson featured a 6-5 leaper named Ijeoma Odimgbe. Not only is she a fine volleyball player, but also she is one of the top senior state basketball prospects in the state. TCHS also defeated Savannah High 25-18 and 25-16. Watch highlights and a slideshow  

Net Dawgs open up with split

The Toombs County Volleyball season opened with a split at Ware County. TCHS, despite leading in each set, lost to Ware County 25-13 and 25-19. Toombs defeated Brooks County 25-23 and 25-16. Breanne Stanley's serve earned six straight points, Lindsey Wiggins did a good job of transitioning from defense to offense and Sydnee Standard saved a first hit off the net.  

2013 Season

Net Dawgs play in GHSA State Tourney

For the second straight season the Toombs County volleyball team finished second in the region and played host to a first round GHSA State Tournament match. Last year the Net Dawgs lost in five sets to Early County. This year their season came to an end against Jefferson in three sets- 25-6, 25-13 and 25-5. Watch some action You Tube

Net Dawgs give St. Vincent's a good match

In the recent past the Toombs County volleyball team has been only able to score between five and 13 points against area powerhouse St. Vincent's Academy. However, in a home match against the Saints the Net Dawgs played a very competitive match losing by scores of 25-16 and 25-17. The Lady Bulldogs also defeated Putnam County in straight sets. Watch game action from both matches You Tube

Net Dawgs open with a pair of splits

Hannah Pittman (1st player on right) hits over the block 

The Toombs County volleyball team opened the season by splitting two pairs of matches. On Tuesday, at Statesboro, the Net Dawgs beat Southeast Bulloch in three sets and lost to Statesboro in two. The junior varsity had the same results. On Thursday, at home, TCHS defeated Burke County 22-25, 25-16 and 25-15. Then the girls took on a tall team from West Laurens, coached by former Bulldog Chuck Hill. Toombs won the first set 28-26 and then lost the next two 25-20 and 25-10. The junior varsity knocked off Burke County 19-25, 25-11 and 25-13. Watch action from the Burke County match  You Tube   
The Net Dawgs defeated Ware County in two sets and Southeast Bulloch in three. Watch game action from the SEB match You Tube  

2012 Season

Net Dawgs fall in five games

 Sydney Standard (number 7 right) smashes a shot at the net

The Toombs County High School volleyball team lost a long, grueling five set match to Early County in the first round of the state tourney in Lyons. Early won the first two sets 25-21 and 25-20 despite TCHS taking the early lead on the serving of Darby Lane. The Net Dawgs led 8-0 in the first set. Daisy Manning served several winning points as TCHS took the third game 25-18 and then the girls dominated the fourth winning 25-11.

In the decisive fifth game Early took a 9-4 lead before TCHS rallied and tied it at 14. The final set is played to 15 points and you have to win by two and Early won the final two points to prevail 16-14. Watch highlights You Tube     

Net Dawgs win 1st ever trophy

2012 Net Dawgs with their 2nd place trophy  

Hannah Pittman (front right in blue) hits over the block 

The 2012 Toombs County High School volleyball team made history by winning the first trophy in the program's history. The Net Dawgs won the second place trophy in the Region 2 Tournament and at the same time earned their first ever home state tourney game. Toombs County opened up a long day in Lyons by losing to St. Vincent's 25-12 and 25-13. Then the girls rebounded by defeating Dublin 25-16 and 25-14. In the championship match Toombs met St. Vincent's again and lost 25-12, 25-7 and 25-5. The junior varsity team played the final set. Watch highlights of the championship match You Tube   

Net Dawgs take care of Jenkins High

The Toombs County High School volleyball team defeated visiting Jenkins High in junior varsity and varsity action. The younger girls won 25-22 and 25-18 while the varsity had to play five long sets to win for the second time this season. The scores were 26-24, 12-25, 23-25, 25-20 and 15-7. Watch highlights of both You Tube  

2011 Season

Net Dawgs battle in home debut

Megan Meadows (in blue, on right) hits over the block  

The Toombs County volleyball team opened its home season with two hard fought matches. The girls lost to Effingham County 25-5 in game one and then they rebounded by taking the second set 25-13 and then they lost the third 25-17. Darby Lane served nine straight winning points in the final set. Janine Taylor performed well at the Libero position. Sydnee Standard, Megan Meadows and Alex Dismuke worked well at the net and Daisy Manning and Renee Scott also had some big hits. TCHS lost to Acquinas 25-14 and 25-16. Watch highlights of the Effingham match Video   

On Thursday the Netdogs battled a tough South Effingham team and lost 25-17 and 25-17. Watch highlights TCHS also lost to Veterans 25-8 and 25-11. The Toombs County Volleyball team lost to Effingham County 25-14 and 25-20 at home. Watch Highlights  

2009 Season

Net Dawgs spike Laney

The Toombs County volleyball team controlled the net in a 25-8, 25-13 win over visiting Laney. Watch highlights Video  Earlier this season the girls defeated Swainsboro 25-17 and 25-21. Watch highlights Video  

2008 Season

Net Dawgs end regular season with two close loses

 

The Toombs County volleyball team closed out its regular season with two close home loses to South Effingham and Bradwell Institute. The Net Dawgs won the first set against South Effingham and then dropped the next two and they lost to Bradwell 25-23 and 25-22. Watch highlights of the Bradwell match Video   

Net Dawgs sweep Effingham and Ware

 

The Toombs County volleyball beat Effingham County and Ware County in its next to last home date. The Net Dawgs defeated Effingham 21-25, 25-12 and 25-23 and then they took care of Ware 25-9 and 25-20. Y-101 Story  Watch highlights of the Ware match  Video  

TCHS volleyball team rules in home opener

The Toombs County volleyball team opened its home schedule by easily defeating West Laurens, a first year program, 25-6, 25-6, 25-11 and 25-10. Y-101 Story  Watch highlights Part 1  Part 2  Part 3 

TCHS volleyball- digging, setting and spiking in '08  

The Toombs County Lady Bulldogs volleyball team opens their season next Tuesday at South Effingham and then the Lady Bulldogs will play their first home game on Thursday August 21st. The Lady Bulldogs have experienced players returning at the digging and spiking positions and they have two new setters. Y-101 Story  Watch the NetDogs practice Video  

2007 Season

Net Dogs beat Savannah Arts 

The TCHS volleyball team beat Savannah Arts 18-25, 25-18 and 25-24 and lost to Jenkins 17-25 and 24-26. Alisha Sturgess and Brandi Williams talk about the matches. Audio   

 Brandi has a career-high 20 spikes

Brandi Williams was at her best game as the Toombs County High School Net Dogs took care of Windsor Forest 25-19 and 25-21. Williams had 20 spikes.  Audio Story  

 Net Dogs split their final home matches of the season

The Toombs County volleyball team beat Swainsboro 25-16 and 25-19 and then lost to Savannah Country Day 25-9 and 25-17. Watch the Net Dogs battle SCD. Video     

  Net Dogs' busy in Savannah

The Toombs County volleyball team played five matches on Saturday in Savannah and each went three games. Toombs beat Jenkins County 25-12, 17-25, 15-8. The Net Dogs lost the other four matches to Glynn Academy 27-25, 28-30,15-26 in 1 1/2 hours; South Effingham 25-27, 25-20, 5-15; Effingham County 25-17, 17-25, 12-15 and Savannah Arts 24-26, 25-15 and 7-15.

 TCHS Volleyball team splits

The Toombs County High School volleyball team split a pair of home matches. The Net Dogs beat Coffee County 25-14 and 25-18, but earlier in the day they lost to South Effingham 17-25 and 20-25. Nine points into that second match, Toombs County setter Alisha Sturgis turned her ankle and she did not return. Watch video highlights of Toombs County versus South Effingham. Video  Audio Story          

Net Dogs celebrate win 

  Net Dogs come back and beat Jenkins

The Toombs County volleyball team came-from-behind in the first and the third set and beat Jenkins 25-15, 22-25 and 25-19. Brandi Williams serving and spiking were key factors in the win. Watch the Net Dogs in action. Game 1 Video  Game 3 Video  TCHS also beat Coffee County 25-14, 17-25 and 25-21. The JV beat Jenkins 25-16, 6-25 and 25-19. 

Net Dogs split season opening matches

The Toombs County volleyball team split their season opening matches in Swainsboro. They lost to Savannah Christian 25-7 and 25-10 and then beat Swainsboro 25-11 and 25-23.  Audio Story

 

 TCHS Lady Bulldog volleyball team 

The Lady Bulldogs open up their season on August 16 at Swainsboro. The Lady Bulldogs return only two seniors, but they have some young talent that is learning the game. Watch the Lady Bulldogs practice. Video  Audio Interviews