The Toombs County Lady Dawgs softball team has been working hard most of the summer, playing more than 15 games and attending FCA camp to be sure they are ready for their season opener in just days.  After finishing the 2022 season ranked 18th in the state for AA schools, they are hungry to finish their 2023 season higher in the rankings, even being a top ten team.

The Lady Dawgs have seven starters returning with a stellar talented young group who are eager to contribute on the field.  While the team has two seniors, Kassidy Brantley and Morgan Kersey, these leaders are joined by a large group of juniors who are strong competitors on and off the field.  Casey Cantwell, Nora Grace Mercer, Aniston Powell, Shaylin Stringer Brinley Miller, Autumn Jarriel, and newcomer Giana Hamlin are sure to be a large part of making this season an exciting one.  The Dawgs also have three talented sophomores returning.  Natalie Quintero, Mishi Smith, and Ana Mendez are sure to have an impact on the season.  The talent on this team only grows when you add a large freshman class including Elly Haygood, Cyleigh Enis, Makenna Gardassier, Mackenzie Coursey, Quortney Perkins,  Fenix Hooks, Sage White, Madily Poole, and Aleigha Diaz. For the first time in several years the Lady Dawgs will have a full Junior Varsity team with a full season of games.  With this group of players the future is definitely bright for Toombs County Softball.

The Lady Dawgs are led by Head Coach Hayne Brant with assistant coaches Dirk Brantley and Mackenzie Tripp who are all excited to begin their season and continue the success that was started over the summer.



Hayne Brant

Head Coach

Dirk Brantley


Mackenzie Tripp