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Congratulations to the 2019 Bulldogs!

Coach Heil would like to thank all of the players that tried out and is excited to announce the 2019 Bulldogs!

Morgan Frye

Alex Higdon

Riley Jackson

Meaghan Lewis

Haley McNail

Page Nellis


Samantha Campbell

Grace Connelly

Haley Cummings

Jenna Keys

Samantha Miles

Megan Senn

Caroline Shumeyko

Laila Sims


Aryanna Carillo

Sarah Cobb

Savannah Hardy

Skyler Lamb

Simone Leonard

Marissa Miller

Mia Mitchell

Lexie Na

Mia Ramos

Ainsley Robinson

Lily Runaas

Jamie Salin


Alaira Beecher

Jaylyn Benson

Riley Carlton

Abigail Domyslawski

Isabella Faw

Avery Fielden

Karli Grill

Zoe Jones

Courtney Kunchick

Jiya Lulla

Taylor Pennelli

Savannah Pruett

Landry Rabitsch

Amber Reed


Pending Tryout in June

Ella Janish

Malissa Felbaum




Congratulations Lady Bulldogs on finishing 4th in the State!

We are so proud of our girls as they fought hard at State through rain and cold.  After winning the first game against Hillgrove 2-0 inthe 8th, the Bulldogs had their Thursday night game postponed right before game time until Friday morning.  They battled hard, but just could not score a run against Lassiter and lost 2-0.  They then turned around and beat a Grayson team that had only lost 2 games all year 1-0.  Saturday morning, our Lady Dawgs had to face rival Mill Creek, and after a few blown calls by the umpires that really hurt the momentum, they lost 3-1 to end the season.  What a great year!  We are proud of the girls!  Go North!

State Tournament!

Our Lady Bulldogs made it back to State and are part of the Elite 8.  They will take on Hillgrove at 9:00 Thursday morning in Columbus.  

Good luck girls!   We believe in you!

Congratulations to our JV Lady Bulldogs on their tournament Championship!

Our JV Lady Bulldogs defeated Mill Creek for the JV Tournament Championship on Saturday!  Way to go ladies!  We are proud of you!

Our Lady Dawgs defeat West Forsyth 4-3 and Brookwood 7-4 in the Dog and Pony Show at North Ga!

Alex Higdon got the win against West Forsyth on Friday and Alex, Page and Megan combined to hold Brookwood off on Saturday!  We had lots of hits and a great defensive effort by everyone!  Way to go girls!

Bulldogs defeat Forsyth Central 3-1 at home!

Congrats to the Lady Bulldogs for beating Forsyth Central in a high energy game Wednesday night.  It was great hitting, defense and pitching all around that helped secure the win!   They also defeated South Forsyth by a score of 7-3.  

SUWANEE — North Gwinnett swept a pair of games in the Hawk-Bulldog Tournament on Wednesday. The tournament, held in conjunction with Mill Creek, saw North defeat Forsyth Central 3-1 and South Forsyth 7-3.

Chandler Dennis fanned 13 to earn the win against Central Forsyth. Dennis and Brooke Lougher each had two hits to provide the offense.

In the win over South Forsyth, Logan Sonnon, Grace Connelly and Marissa Miller each had two hits and two RBIs, while Caroline Shumeyko hit a home run to make a winner of Alex Higdon in the circle for the Bulldogs (5-0).


Lady Bulldogs off to a great start!

Our Bulldogs opened up the season with two wins in the Rumble on the Ridge tournament beating Lambert 6-1 and Newton 9-2.  

In the Lambert win, Brooke Lougher had a double and three RBIs, and Chandler Dennis had five strikeouts in six innings. She also had a double and an RBI.   Caroline Shumeyko and Makaela Sigler added doubles.  Jazmin Scott, Logan Sonnon, Addie Winkelman, and Meaghan Lewis each added a hit.  

Alex Higdon (four innings) and Page Nellis (three innings) shut down the Newton bats in the nightcap. Addie Winkleman led the Bulldogs’ offense with two triples. Kara Kalish contributed a home run and Haley Cummings had a double.


Great win over Buford tonight!

Congratulations Lady Bulldogs on the 9-1 win tonight over Buford in five innings. 

Riley Jackson led the offense with a double and 3 RBIs.  Jazmin Scott added two singles and an RBI.  Brooke Lougher brought in 2 runs with a single to break things open in the 4th inning, and Grace Connelly had a double in the first.  Chandler Dennis was the winning pitcher and went five innings and struck out eight.


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