A three-goal barrage at the end of the first half proved to be more than enough for a win as Statesboro breezed to a 4-2 victory over Effingham County Tuesday night at Womack Field.
Screven County used a three-run third to overcome an early deficit to defeat the visiting SEB Yellow Jackets 4-3 Tuesday night in what was the final 3AA-A regular season contest for each team. Both teams will begin play in the region playoffs on Saturday with a doubleheader, the Gamecocks at home and the Jackets on the road.
Swainsboro pitchers kept the Statesboro bats off balance all night, blanking the Blue Devils and walking away with a 10-0 victory Monday evening at Mill Creek Regional Park.
BROOKLET – It was a night for celebration at Southeast Bulloch High School as five former Yellow Jackets were honored at the 16th annual SEB Athletic Hall of Fame induction ceremony.
BROOKLET – It wasn't pretty, but Tattnall County will take it.
As the postseason draws near, teams will be turning to their top arms for do-or-die games.
Thirteen was a lucky number for Bulloch Academy's Taylor Burke Thursday.
BROOKLET -- Just as they did three weeks ago, Screven County and Southeast Bulloch matched up in a tight game. While SEB came up just short in penalty kicks in Sylvania, the Lady Yellow Jackets got a measure of revenge Thursday evening, rallying late for a 3-2 victory at Fred Shaver Field.
DUBLIN – The Southeast Bulloch Lady Yellow Jackets defeated Vidalia 3-2 Wednesday at the Region 3-AA tournament hosted by Dublin to advance to Thursday's region championship round.
GCSU is one of the premier programs in Division II, and the winning tradition established by coach Terry Sellers is what attracted Paul Son to the school.
The upstart softball team at East Georgia College added more local flavor as Portal's Ariel Lanier signed with the Bobcats Thursday afternoon.
Alex Hendricks signed a letter of intent to play golf for Wofford College.
Bulloch Academy flexed its track and field muscles Wednesday in the dress rehearsal for next week's Region 2-AA championships.
The regular season has come and passed, and the Bulloch Academy doubles team of Kate Anna Akins and Mary Catherine Spigener is still unbeaten.
When one player single-handedly outscores an opponent, it's no wonder that the team is on a hot streak.
SOPERTON - The final brackets for the Class A public school state playoffs won't be known until the middle of next week, but Portal is making a strong case to make the field for a second consecutive season.
Bulloch Academy seniors took the reins and drove their respective squads to sweet victories on Valentine's Day in the final regular-season home game Friday night.
SAVANNAH - Southeast Bulloch Coach John Page knew his team was going to be in for a dog fight when it met Brantley County in the opening round of the Region 1-AAA tournament.
SAVANNAH – Coach Johnny Miller had no answer, not even a guess, as to why his Southeast Bulloch team came out flatter than a pancake in the opening round of the Region 1-AAA tournament.
Southeast Bulloch has spent the last few years building its boys and girls soccer teams into respectable forces in the area.
After calling off all of Wednesday's scheduled games at the Region 3-A basketball tournament in Treutlen, more icy conditions have caused Thursday's slate of games to be canceled as well.
Statesboro's soccer seasons have had to sit on the sidelines as winter weather postponed the scheduled season openers for both the boys and girls this week.
BROOKLET - As the Region 1-AAA boys tournament began Tuesday evening, Southeast Bulloch knew exactly what the task was.
AUGUSTA - Richmond Academy exploded for 21 points in the fourth quarter and eliminated the Statesboro Blue Devils from the Region 3-AAAA tournament with a 66-58 win on Tuesday in Augusta.
BROOKLET - The Southeast Bulloch girls had to fight and claw through the majority of their Region 1-AAA tournament opener Monday night, but a steady resolve and a big fourth quarter run paved the way for a 56-38 victory over Appling County.
Bulloch Academy wrestlers won three individual state championships and led the team to its second consecutive state runner-up trophy in the GISA Class AAA state traditional tournament this past weekend.
With nearly three months of regular season play in the books, area basketball teams are now preparing for their region tournaments with eyes set on the ultimate prize of landing a spot in the state playoffs.