Statesboro High School's girls soccer team recently held its awards banquet and the following received awards: Pictured, left to right, front row, are: Sarah Brown (Co-Best Defensive Player and All-Region 2-AAAA team); Reagan Thomas (Best Midfielder and All-Region 2-AAAA team); Anna Marie McKintosh (Most Improved). Back row, left to right: Laura Campbell (Coach's Award); Tori Thompson (Best Offensive Player and All-Region 2-AAAA team); Taylor Sarratt (Co-Best Defensive Player and All-Region 2-AAAA team); Makayla Patterson (Most Valuable Player and All-Region 2-AAAA team).
Statesboro High School's boys soccer team recently held its awards banquet and the following received awards: Pictured, left to right, are Joseph Vives (Coach's Award); Cody Francis (Best Defensive Player and All-Region 2-AAAA team); Zac McLendon (Most Valuable Player and All-Region 2-AAAA team); Coach Nick Thrower; George Hill (Most Improved); Matthew Samuiratedeau (Future Blue Devil). Not pictured: Alan Rodriguez (Best Offensive Player and All-Region 2-AAAA team).
The Southern Explosion 18U softball team won the USSSA Qualifier in Forsyth on Saturday.
Bulloch Academy held its Middle School Spring Sports awards ceremony recently. Major award winners were (first row, l-r) Kallie Moore (soccer; most improved); Ava Hiller (soccer; most valuable player); Mary Peyton Freeman (track; best in field events); Dailey Averitt (track; best in running events). Second row, l-r, Will Howard (soccer; most improved); Bennon Smith (track; best in running events); Will Downs (soccer; most valuable player). Third row, l-r, Lanier Olliff (baseball; most valuable player); Hunter Perry (track; best in field events); John Daniel Brannen (baseball; coaches' award).
Southeast Bulloch High School had four girls soccer players named to the All-Region 3-AA First Team, and Screven County High School had three players named to the first team.
Riley Dinkins, Sean Healy and Caleb Simmons of Southeast Bulloch High School were named to the boys soccer All-Region 3-AA First Team, head coach Bob Massee announced during the team's awards banquet Monday night.
Things seemed pretty bleak for the Bulloch Academy baseball team on April 24. Down, 2-0, in the fifth inning against Augusta Prep, the Gators were nine outs from being eliminated from state playoff contention.
Claxton's Polly Murray, left, and Labron Glover pose after signing letters of intent to play college basketball Thursday afternoon. Murray will attend Chattanooga State University and Glover will play for Thomas University. Both guided the Claxton boys and girls to the Sweet 16 of the GHSA Class A playoffs."This is something I've been hoping to do since the ninth grade," Glover said. Said Murray, "It's like a dream come true. Knowing what's next is a big load off. Now, it's great to be able to celebrate this with all my friends and family." Glover ...
Statesboro-Bulloch County Parks and Recreation Department baseball and softball scores from Monday:
After a fall and winter filled with Statesboro High School athletes signing letters of intent to play at the collegiate level, five more Blue Devils signed with colleges Wednesday afternoon.
After a disappointing regular season full of more downs than ups, Bulloch Academy backed into the GISA Class AAA state baseball playoffs.
The Statesboro-Bulloch County Parks and Recreation Department bused more than 25 athletes to the Georgia Recreation and Parks Association (GRPA) State Track Meet on May 4 -5 in Carrollton. The results were as follows:
Statesboro High School girls and boys soccer players were selected to the All-Region 2-AAAA team. SHS conducted its team awards banquet Thursday night.
Statesboro High School seniors Erica McDade, left, and Sierra Kirkland helped lead the CSRA's Georgia basketball team to a 70-61 victory over South Carolina at the 13th Annual CSRA All-Star Classic at Richmond Academy High School in Augusta on April 21. Each squad was comprised of the region's best senior girls players. A third SHS senior, Alisia Jenkins, was selected but did not participate because of an SHS track meet. McDade and Kirkland have played together since their days at the Bulloch County Recreation Department. Kirkland signed with Georgia Southern. McDade is deciding between two South Carolina colleges.
ROSWELL - No. 1 proved too skilled, too good and too much for the Southeast Bulloch High School boys soccer team. Top-ranked Blessed Trinity rolled out to a 5-0 halftime lead and dominated the Yellow Jackets, 8-0, in the second round of the Class AA state playoffs Tuesday.
Basketball experienced somewhat of a renaissance in Bulloch County this season, as success was abound for many of the local programs.
Even on their best offensive day, the Portal boys still couldn't catch a break.
Pitching and defense have been a consistent bugaboo for Portal this season, and it reared it's head in one of the worst possible moments ...
The goal for the young Bulloch Academy girls' soccer team was to simply be better than the previous game.
43-degree air, frequent gusts of wind and a constant drizzle are conditions more resembling a match in London than Brooklet - but those were the conditions ...
Despite limited numbers and a smaller than usual turnout, Bulloch Academy still found a way to sweep the Gator Relays Saturday afternoon.
Southeast Bulloch's baseball team found a way to get by Islands 4-3 on the road to remain unbeaten in region play.
Six different players scored for Southeast Bulloch and the Yellow Jackets defeated Groves High, 6-3, Thursday at Garden City Stadium.
Portal's baseball season has been a rough go early on - losing six of their first seven games of the 2017 campaign.
Bright and early on a Thursday morning a familiar sight could be seen over by Beautiful Eagle Creek - even though it's a sight normally ...
BA head coach Matthew Meeks said in the preseason he thought this edition of BA soccer was good enough to challenge Frederica for the region ...
The Statesboro baseball team befell a peculiar situation Saturday, as it saw them play two games against two different teams in two different cities.
Clear skies and crisp 60 degree air made for picture perfect weather for soccer between Bulloch County's two largest high schools.
Games between Effingham County and Statesboro have always been physical. Even as the teams now play in different regions, the old rivalry seems to bubble ...
While the 1-4 start isn't what fans of Statesboro baseball were looking for in 2017, they were in for an encouraging surprise Monday night.
Page 1 of 1