ALBANY - Southeast Bulloch High School's girls track and field team finished fifth in the Class AA state meet Tuesday.
To be the best, you have to beat the best.
Bulloch Academy swept The Weber School on Thursday in Atlanta in the opening round of the GISA Class AAA baseball playoffs.
For the Southeast Bulloch girls, the postseason was a short one.
MADISON - His team down 2-0 with about 16 minutes to play in the first half and playing with little fire, Southeast Bulloch High boys soccer coach Bob Massee remained confident his team would find its spark.
BROOKLET - With the Southeast Bulloch boys already through to the second round of the Class AA state soccer playoffs, the Lady Yellow Jackets will try to make it a clean sweep through the first round.
THOMASVILLE - Thomasville's girls beat Screven County, 3-2, and its boys won, 5-0, in tennis Tuesday in the Sweet 16 of the state playoffs.
BROOKLET - Two years ago, almost half of the Southeast Bulloch boys' starters had never set foot on a soccer field.
Competing in the Class-AAAA sectionals at Grovetown High School this past weekend, the Statesboro track and field team showed up in top form. The Blue Devils received solid performances from both their boys and girls squads and will send a total of 14 individuals to the state meets.
ALBANY - Bulloch Academy senior Taylor Collins scored 21 points in three events in the GISA Class AAA state track and field championships at Hugh Mills Stadium Friday.
ALBANY - Bulloch Academy freshman Ashley Burke checked off one of her goals Thursday during the opening day of the GISA Class AAA state track and field meet at Hugh Mills Stadium.
In 2011, the girls of Trinity Christian School and Bulloch Academy competed for the GISA Class AAA state track and field title.
When Jarret Humphries took the mound for Bulloch Academy on Tuesday, he wasn't just trying to save a game, he was trying to save a season.
Tuesday night at Mill Creek, Southeast Bulloch's seasoned veterans spent the entire soccer game attacking the net. But in the end, it was an underclassman who finally got the Lady Yellow Jackets on the scoreboard.
Bulloch Academy's Taylor Collins, center, is joined by her parents, Russell and Mary Collins, as she signs a national letter of intent to play softball for Furman University next season. For the last five years - GISA schools allow eighth-graders to compete in varsity sports - Collins has been a cornerstone of the Lady Gators. She dominated the diamond throughout her career, garnering all-state honors in each of the last four seasons and finishing as runner-up for Player of the Year this past fall. Despite choosing to pursue softball at the next level, Collins has plenty of other areas of excellence ...
A 10-strikeout outing from Brinson Anne Rogers vaulted Statesboro High to what was arguably the biggest win in program history - a 3-1 defeat of Ware ...