Delete Third-ranked Westfield held Bulloch Academy to under 100 yards of total offense as the Hornets won an ugly 17-0 slugfest in the stifling humidity at Gator Alley Friday night.
PORTAL - After trading turnovers with the Montgomery County High School Eagles (0-4) in the opening seconds of the game, the Portal Panthers (2-3) never looked back and rushed their way to their first home victory behind senior running back Trai Gadson 29-6.
BROOKLET-For Southeast Bulloch, the season is becoming a trial by fire, but the fire may finally be forging something positive.
After four straight wins to open the season, tonight is the night that things start to get serious for Statesboro. The No. 3 Blue Devils host Lakeside, Evans tonight at Womack Field in each team's opening game of Region 2-AAAA play.
Bulloch Academy has had Pajama Day, Flashback Day, Hillbilly Day and Happy Birthday to BA during Homecoming activities this week.
PORTAL - With sub-region play in full swing, now is the time for Portal to make its move.
BROOKLET-Pat Collins has the sound of a determined man. As the saying goes, you play the games on the field, not on paper.
SYLVANIA - After its first meeting with Screven County, Southeast Bulloch was left with a bitter taste in its mouth. Thursday evening, SEB's Sierra Peebles fired a one-hitter as the Lady Yellow Jackets took home a 6-0 victory and a sub-region title.
Seeing a No. 3 Emanuel County Institute jersey tearing up and down the field on Friday nights should come as no surprise to Bulldog fans. Following in the footsteps of his older brother, Wezley Ealey has proven himself to be among the elite.
BROOKLET- It's still a heated rivalry, but now the stakes are a little higher.
When it comes to the Bulloch Academy softball team, Taylor Collins is in the middle of it all.
Bulloch Academy's girls took first and the boys were second in a multi-team cross country meet at Gator Alley Monday.
TWIN CITY - Over at Emanuel County Institute, many things have been shaken around. Some coaches are in new positions and some familiar last names are joined by some new first names.
We're four weeks into the high school football season, and looking at the scores, you'd never know that Statesboro is ranked No. 3 in most state polls.
Statesboro missed out on a handful of great opportunities, but good teams persevere which was exactly what the Blue Devils did in outlasting Liberty County by a 17-14 margin Friday night at Womack Field.
Throughout the week, the old gym at Statesboro High has been playing host to the school's newest sport.
Womack Field at Statesboro High School could have easily been mistaken for a National Football League preseason training camp on Saturday as it hosted the ...
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