REIDSVILLE - The Tattnall County Lady Battle Creek Warriors led by only one at halftime, but defeated Claxton 51-36 Saturday.
Sylvania - No. 7 Screven County's Lady Gamecocks (18-3) were defeated by the No.3 Laney Lady Wildcats 61-58 Friday night.
Statesboro offensive lineman Hunter Lamar, center, is joined by parents Charlene and John as he signs a National Letter of Intent to play for Georgia Southern beginning this fall.
Statesboro's Adam Purvis, center, is joined by his family as he signs a National Letter of Intent to play soccer at the College of Charleston this fall.
Statesboro offensive lineman Darrell Harris, center, is joined by his family as he signs to play for Alabama State in the Fall of 2011.
Emanuel County Institute's Dylan Turner (seated, center) signs his National Letter of Intent with Carson-Newman College Wednesday in Twin City. Turner, the son of ECI head coach Milan Turner, was a three-year starter for the Bulldogs and a part of two state championship games, including 2008's championship.
Claxton's Jesse Yancy, center, is joined by parents Allen Yancy and Amy Simpson as he signs a scholarship to play football for Valdosta State University this fall.
With ten players from last season's region championship team departed, this figured to be a rebuilding year for Claxton.
With just over a week remaining in the regular season, Screven County is rolling towards one of its best showings ever.
PORTAL - Having lost its last two region games, Portal decided to shake things up.
Bulloch Academy seniors Win Lee and Walker Blitch were named to the preseason All-State by the 2011 Georgia Dugout Club Preview Magazine.
Trailing 54-52 with under a second left to go, Pinewood Christian Academy's Taylor Lewis lofted a desperation shot from beyond the three-point arc toward the basket.
Bulloch Academy made the bus ride to Lyons facing Robert Toombs Christian Academy for Saturday afternoon games, and made the trip worthwhile by bringing home two in the win column.
CLAXTON - A year after winning its first region title in a decade, Claxton is intent to prove that last season was no fluke.
SYLVANIA - The Southeast Bulloch girls have been improving lately, but they ran into a buzz saw Friday night.
Youngsters around the community showed off their football skills this week during the Gator Elementary Fundamental Football Camp hosted by Bulloch Academy.
Pretty soon, the winter won't be the only time of year in which the area's top basketball talent is on display.
As former WNBA player Coretta Brown walked through the halls of Southeast Bulloch High School, she noticed a few changes.
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