Few teams in Georgia high school football can document their history as far back as the Bulldogs. Cedartown High School played its first game at the turn of the century, kicking off a historic tradition that endures today. Join author William Austin, born and raised in Cedartown, as he recounts the history of this proud football program. Austin covers the careers of expert coaches like Doc Ayers and John Hill and highlights the star players and crucial games that helped shape Cedartown's legacy of tough play on the gridiron. From that first game in 1900 to the 1946 conference champions, through the 1963 state champion team and all the way to the 2001 state championship game, here for the first time is the history of Bulldogs football.By a score of 25a6, the Bulldogs stated, aYes, we can really play!a After winning 36a6 over Lee High from Chickamauga, Daltona#39;s Catamount prowled onto Gray Field with a screeching hiss and a powerful claw that had the old Bulldog fighting anbsp;...
|Title||:||The Cedartown High School Bulldogs|
|Publisher||:||The History Press - 2012|