SAVANNAH - The Bethesda Blazers showed why they are the top team in the GISA's highest classification Thursday night.
After a regular season filled with dominance, the Bulloch Academy wrestling team carried its winning ways into the postseason Wednesday night.
Two seasons ago, Labron Glover was a lanky sophomore trying to find his place on a talented Claxton squad. He was forced to grow up in a hurry as, trailing with seconds to go in the Region 3-A championship game, a loose ball found its way into his hands.
Bulloch Academy's Talyor Collins has seen just about everything.
Jasmine Roberts scored 19 points and Nira Byrd had 17 points to pace Southeast Bulloch to a 61-35 victory over Swainsboro in a Region 3A-AA girls basketball game Tuesday night.
Portal boys pound Johnson County
Claxton tops Bryan
Statesboro girls beat South Effingham
Bulloch Academy had four guys in double figures as the Gators firmed up their hold on second place in Region 4-AAA with a 71-59 victory over John Milledge Academy Tuesday.
In what has been an up and down season for the Statesboro boys, Friday night saw a second straight win.
Eleven players scored and all 16 played stop-ball defense as Bulloch Academy rolled over Edmund Burke Academy, 69-31, in non-region boys basketball action Friday night.
Polly Murray scored 17 points and grabbed 10 rebounds to power Claxton to a 61-32 victory over Metter in a Region 3-A girls basketball game Friday night.
For the Bulloch Academy girls, the sky is the limit.
For four years, Bryan County softball fans looked on in awe as Tiffany Howard dominated at the plate and on the pitching rubber.
Out-wrestling an opponent is a tough thing to do. Now, try doing it 59 times in a row.
The third time's a charm for the Portal Panthers girls' golf team.
By HORACE HOLLOMAN
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