Record: 7-1-1

Coach James K. Harper

DateOpponentScoreLocationGame #Details
Fri, Oct 3CamillaW64-0H1930-01['more']
Fri, Oct 10CairoW7-0H1930-02['more']
Fri, Oct 17QuitmanW27-0H1930-03['more']
Fri, Oct 24TiftonW52-6H1930-04['more']
Fri, Oct 31BainbridgeW40-0H1930-05['more']
Tue, Nov 11ValdostaT0-0A1930-06['more']
Fri, Nov 21SylvesterW46-0H1930-07['more']
Thu, Nov 27AlbanyW44-0H1930-08['more']
Fri, Dec 5MoultrieL7-12A1930-09['more']

In 9 games:

Winning Percentage: 83.333

Total scored: 287

Total allowed: 18

Average game: 31.89-2.00

Shutouts by Thomasville: 7

Shutouts by opponents: 1

Notes regarding 1930 players: Tim Callaway is the father of Tim Callaway that played in the 1960s. Monticello Thompson was Dicky Thompson's father; he passed away when Dicky was preparing to play in the 1964 North/South All-Star game.

Source: Michael Naugher
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1930 team photo from "Spalding's Official Interscholastic Foot Ball Guide"

Front Row: Harold Holton, Marion Vaughan, Gene Mallard, Jack Zalumus, Jack Crawford, Heywood Vann, Tim Callaway, N. Dekle, Henry Heald. Second Row: Paul Cates, Emory Milton, Theron Daughtery, James Thompson, Wade Castain, Everett Richards, Tom Jones (Capt.), Bugs Hendricks, Joe Mitchell, Odell Pugh, Alfred Walden. Third Row: Coach Harper, Lindsey Watt, William Heald, Bill Harris, Joe Craigmiles, Maxwell, Jimmy Dennard, James Lamb, Gene Speight, Jim Pettigrew, Starr, Asst. Coach E. O. Garner, Jack Tonge. Fourth Row: Oscar Cook, Merritt, Dub Dekle, Courson, Chester Bellamy, Horne (Asst. Mgr.), Walden, Mayo (Mgr.)