FORT VALLEY -Statesboro's dream season turned into a nightmare Saturday evening as Columbia rolled to a 69-42 victory to eliminate the Blue Devils in the Final Four of the Class AAAA state tournament.
JEKYLL ISLAND - The Statesboro Blue Devils carded a tournament win for the first time in seven years, taking down the six-team field at the Johnny Paulk Invitational Saturday at Jekyll Island.
NAHUNTA - The Southeast Bulloch Yellow Jackets (2-2) took care of Brantley County, 10-2, Saturday on the road.
FORT VALLEY - Two huge rallies nearly keyed a Final Four victory for the Portal Panthers, but Wilcox County proved to be a bit to much as Portal fell by a score of 65-56 in Friday's Class A public school semifinal.
FORT VALLEY - For the last three weeks, the Statesboro Blue Devils have been involved in plenty of back-and-forth matchups, some incredible individual scoring efforts, a pair of buzzer-beaters, and – most importantly – nothing but wins.
The Statesboro Blue Devils (3-1) pushed a run across in the bottom of the seventh inning to defeat Effingham County, 6-5, Friday at Mill Creek.
PORTAL - The Portal Panthers are as deep as they've ever been in the state playoffs, but they don't have any intentions of slowing down.
MACON - For the first time in a decade, the Statesboro Blue Devils are off to the Final Four.
PORTAL - Leading by two points with 3.7 seconds remaining, Portal coach Jeff Brannen could only watch as Mitchell County's Jermaine Hartsfield Jr.'s was able to get open for a potential game-winning 3-point attempt.
For the third time in five years, the Bulloch Academy Lady Gators will play in a Final Four basketball tournament.
DONALSONVILLE - The Jenkins County War Eagles beat Seminole County - the No. 1 overall seed in the GHSA Class A public school state playoffs - 76-70 on Wednesday, to advance to the Final Four.
The Statesboro Blue Devils hit the road for the first time this postseason as they travel to Macon for tonight's Class AAAA Elite Eight matchup against Rutland.
PORTAL - With one quarter left to play in last weekend's Sweet Sixteen matchup against Marion County, it looked as though Portal was heading for another disappointing early exit from the Class A state playoffs.
HIAWASSEE - The Claxton Lady Tigers were seconds away from a trip to the Final Four.
High finishes and low scores have been the norm for Statesboro golf this season. Come Monday, the Blue Devils will have a chance to test themselves against the best teams that Georgia has to offer. Statesboro posted a strong third place showing in last month's Region 3-AAAA championship. With many teams falling short of the team score of 340 – the four lowest scores out of six golfers are counted – required to ...
As schools around Bulloch County prepare to wrap up another year, area football teams are getting a head start on the 2013 season to come in the fall.
While Trevor Dailey is one of the youngest members of the Statesboro golf team, he'll be ready to do his part as the Blue Devils compete in the Class AAAA state championships next week.
BROOKLET - The Lady Yellow Jackets of Southeast Bulloch burned up the track throughout the spring and proved that they were among the best in all of Georgia.
Statesboro's score of 322 in April's Region 3-AAAA golf championships was good enough for third place in the competition.
Mount de Sales won a back-and-forth battle in the first game of Friday's doubleheader against Bulloch Academy at Gator Alley.
Hitting, fielding and running bases. It was just another afternoon of practice for the Bulloch Academy Gators on the eve of their first-round state playoff game with Mount de Sales. Bulloch, the second seed from GISA Region 4-AAA, hosts the Cavaliers of Macon, the third seed from Region 2-AAA, this afternoon in the best two-of-three series. The opening game is at 1 p.m. with the second contest to follow. If a third ...
As the games get more important on the baseball diamond for the Statesboro Blue Devils, Colin Chance's pitching just gets better and better.
Statesboro's baseball season came to an abrupt end Wednesday afternoon in Cordele as Crisp County swept the Blue Devils in the second round of the Class AAAA state playoffs.
When the GHSA state girls' track meet gets underway this morning in Albany, there will be plenty of representatives from Bulloch County on hand to go up against the best that Georgia has to offer.
The Statesboro baseball team is getting pretty comfortable with living life on the edge.
Gatewood scored early and held on late as the Gators from Eatonton took a 7-3 victory over the Bulloch Academy Gators Tuesday afternoon.
LOCUST GROVE - The Statesboro girls put up a fight, but came up just short, losing 3-2 to Locust Grove Tuesday in the second round of the Class AAAA state playoffs.
The Statesboro girls' soccer team was impressive in a 3-0 home victory over Rutland in last week's first round game of the Class AAAA state playoffs. If the Lady Blue Devils want to keep their season going, they'll now have to take their winning ways on the road. Statesboro (10-7) faces its toughest test of the season today at 5 p.m. as it heads to Locust Grove (16-1-1). The Lady Wildcats won their ...
ALBANY - The Bulloch Academy girls fended off the challenges from bigger schools and bigger teams to win the GISA Class AAA state track and field championship Saturday at Hugh Mills Stadium. The Lady Gators netted 108 points to win the title, which is their first since moving to the association's highest classification three years ago. Stratford Academy was second with 99 points and Tattnall Square Academy was third with 81. Deerfield-Windsor took ...