Dooly County is a state runner up from a season ago. The Cats are 1-2 this season with two hard losses to open the year.
But Welch says you can't focus on the record to figure out how good this team really is.
"Dooly has a quarterback that runs a 4.4 in the 40 yard dash", says Welch, "they'll go to work against you."
When asked what the problem has been in the Rose City, Coach Welch says, a little of everything.
"It's a combination of offense, defense, and special teams. We've given up a lot of points and a lot of big plays."
To be exact, the Bulldogs have given up 123 points in 3 games, that's the number of points this defense is used to giving up in an entire season.
But if the defense can find a way to stop the big play and the offense can put up a few points, the Thomasville may have a chance to break out of it's current funk.
"The home field will help out a little bit", says Welch, "But we need to find a way to play 4 quarters."