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Local Roundup: GSU women's soccer season ends with loss

Local Roundup: GSU women's soccer season ends with loss

Local Roundup: GSU women's soccer season ends with loss


    Georgia Southern women’s soccer dropped a 2-0 result to Davidson on Wednesday night in the final regular season contest of 2013.
    The loss, combined with a Western Carolina win against Appalachian State, will keep GSU from defending its 2012 championship after eliminating the Eagles from the 2013 SoCon Tournament.
    “Tonight was a tough loss,” head coach Brian Dunleavy said. “It’s a disappointing way to go out, we just weren’t able to find the back of the net. It’s been a difficult year with injuries, but we’ve had players step up who had less experience, and now they have the advantage. We’ll be a step ahead entering the 2014 season.”
    Georgia Southern will join the Sun Belt Conference prior to the 2014 season.

BA to host 'Bring It to the Boro'
    Bulloch Academy will host the sixth annual ‘Bring It To The ‘Boro’ Cheerleading Competition on Tuesday, Nov. 5 in the school’s gymnasium.
    Competition cheerleading squads from nine schools will compete as they get ready for the GISA state championships later in the month. As the host squad, Bulloch Academy will perform in an exhibition capacity only. Ten squads will perform high-energy, two-and-a-half minute routines which include such moves as basket tosses, liberties, pyramids, tumbling and precision dances.
    The competition begins at 6 p.m. Admission is $5 and the public is invited to attend. Concessions will be available.

GSU Student Eagle Club to host social
    The Georgia Southern Student Eagle Club is hosting its Winter Basketball Social, and all SEC members are invited to attend.
    The basketball social will be held Nov. 4, at 6 p.m., at Retriever’s Sports Bar and Grill. All Student Eagle Club members will receive free chips and queso.
    Mark Byington, the men’s basketball coach, will speak about the upcoming basketball season and the team.             The team tips off with Columbia International on Friday, Nov. 8, at 7:30 p.m., at Hanner Fieldhouse. All students paying athletic fees get in all home sporting events for free.

SBCPRD hosts football tourney
    The Statesboro-Bulloch County Parks and Recreation Department hosted the annual Football Bowl Games on Oct. 29.
    In the WingMaxx Championship Bowl Game, the Florida Gators defeated the North Carolina Tar Heels 14-6.
    The two teams were the top two teams in the Minor League.
    During the Queensborough National Bank Bowl, the Texas Longhorns defeated the Colorado Buffaloes with a score of 13-0. The LSU Tigers beat the Columbia Lions with a score of 12-6 during the Rotary Club of Statesboro Bowl. The Alamo Bowl saw the Florida State Seminoles defeat the Baylor Bears with a score of 13-7. In the Heritage Bank Bowl, the North Carolina State Wolfpack beat the Auburn Tigers 14-0.
    Three games were held during the Music City Jamboree Bowl. In Game 1, the Tennessee Volunteers beat the Virginia Tech Hokies 20-0. In Game 2, the Kentucky Wildcats defeated the Virginia Tech Hokies with a score of 6-0, and in Game 3, the Tennessee Volunteers defeated the Kentucky Wildcats 14-6.
    In the Midget League, the Atlanta Falcons defeated the San Diego Chargers during the Awards South Bowl with a score of 20-0. The Atlanta Falcons will now play the Miami Dolphins for the championship in the Awards South Bowl on Saturday at 10 a.m., at Mill Creek Park Field 1.

    If you have a score or story to report, call the sports desk at (912) 489-9408 or email myogus@statesboroherald.com

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