Another softball season has come to a close and - as has been the case recently - it was another year of highs and lows for area schools.
SYLVANIA - What started off as a new beginning for Screven County football has quickly escalated into a full-blown Cinderella season.
For a team that was created less than two years ago, 12 goals is a pretty big list of expectations.
For Georgia Southern fans, a date with Wofford can't be much different than looking at the calendar to see a scheduled dentist appointment.
SWAINSBORO - Notching a win is always nice, but taking down an old rival is even better.
SYLVANIA - What a difference a year can make.
BROOKLET - Piling up the early wins is always nice, but most teams don't find out what they're really made of until they have to bounce back from a loss.
BROOKLET - For all of its recent success as a team, there has been one constant cog in the Southeast Bulloch softball machine for the last four seasons.
So far, so good for Bulloch Academy.
When it comes to preparing the Bulloch Academy offensive line for blocking in its flexbone option offense, a former collegiate standout in the scheme is… well… the best option.
BROOKLET - The Southeast Bulloch Yellow Jackets sure know how to throw a housewarming party.
PORTAL - When Southeast Bulloch and Portal strap on the pads and head out under the lights Friday night, it will be a little bit more than just the opening game of each team's season.
Two games into the 2011 season, it looked as though Statesboro junior outside linebacker Corey Harden was in line for a special year.
Statesboro continued its struggles on Saturday as the Lady Blue Devils dropped all three games at the Battle in the Boro.
Beginning today, 16 teams from around southeast Georgia will descend on Mill Creek Regional Park for the annual Battle in the 'Boro softball tournament hosted by Statesboro High.
There has never been a shortage of stellar high school athletes roaming the fields around Statesboro.
SYLVANIA - Two of Screven County's youngest baseball players got a taste of big league success earlier this month as 8-year old B.J. Carver and 9-year old Xander Kile were selected to travel to Westfield, Ind., to play with the Baseball Youth America team.
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