MACON – Three teams and three state trophies.
SYLVANIA – Screven County scored four in the first inning and never looked back, taking down Bleckley County by a score of 10-3 to notch a sweep in the opening round of the Region 3-AA tournament Monday evening.
AUGUSTA - The Bulloch Academy Gators clinched the GISA Region 2-AA No. 2 seed with a 7-04 win Monday on the road against Curtis Baptist.
One contest was a blowout and the other was decided by the slimmest of margins, but each ended with the same result.
The Jenkins County boys won their seventh region title in eight years, and the Lady Eagles did well enough for a second place finish Friday afternoon at the Region 3-A track and field meet at Southeast Bulloch High School.
Edmund Burke Academy seemingly could do no wrong Friday in the GISA Region 2-AA baseball championship at Gator Alley.
BRUNSWICK – The Statesboro Blue Devils might have lost another Region 2-AAAA game Friday night at Brunswick, but the Blue Devils still didn't lose their chances of making the state playoffs this season.
The track and field girls of Southeast Bulloch crowned two region champions and will send five to the GHSA state meet after an overall fourth place finish at the Region 3-AA championships Thursday.
Heading into the 2010 season, the Statesboro boys soccer team wasn't quite sure what to expect from the goalkeeper position.
Two team region championship trophies, two high-point award winners, 25 individual region champions and 58 entries into the state meet.
A game that stretched over two days actually took less than an hour to play as Bulloch Academy run-ruled Frederica Academy 11-1 Wednesday at Gator Alley.
Erick Quiterio knows how to finish with a bang.
When the Lady Yellow Jackets of Southeast Bulloch open up today's Region 3-AA track and field championships, a freshman will be looking to leave her mark in a number of events.
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.
CLAXTON - The Lady Tigers entered Wednesday's Class A state quarterfinal against Emanuel County Institute aiming to take the next step after last year's squad fell short in the same round.
When the 2012-13 season began, the Portal Panthers had just one Final Four appearance in school history and were coming off of back-to-back first round exits in the state playoffs.
PORTAL - With a loss in last week's Region 3-A championship game, the Portal Panthers dropped from a potential top seed in the Class A state tournament all the way to the No. 6 slot.
As the GISA Class AAA get underway tonight, it's plain to see that the Lady Gators of Bulloch Academy should be considered a favorite to bring home a title.
CLAXTON - For all the pressure of a deep run into the state playoffs, things are looking like they always do for the Claxton girls.
BROOKLET - The Southeast Bulloch Yellow Jackets won their Region 1-AAA baseball opener, knocking off Brantley County 7-4 at home on Tuesday.
CLAXTON - The Lady Tigers of Claxton have faced off against region rival Portal four times this season. All four times, Claxton has been left standing after the dust settled.
Early rain postponed Friday's matchup between Statesboro and Southeast Bulloch. If the wait built up any anxiousness, the Blue Devils took it all out on their cross-county rivals with a 10-0 win Saturday evening at Mill Creek Regional Park.
The boys and girls squads of Portal and Claxton spent the entire regular season crafting impressive resumes. But a week full of bad weather, long road trips and surprising upsets has left the state playoff brackets jumbled as play begins this week.
MARTINEZ - Bulloch Academy used a lightning-quick fast break and dominated the defensive boards to pummel Pinewood Christian Academy 65-49 in the GISA Region 4-AAA girls' championship game here Friday.
SANDERSVILLE - An entire season's worth of hard work saw Southeast Bulloch make the state playoffs for the first time since the 2001 season, but the top-seeded Golden Hawks of Washington County saw to it that the Yellow Jackets' playoff stay was a brief one.
ORANGEBURG, S.C. - Statesboro Blue Devils assistant basketball and track coach Earl Donaldson, a Statesboro native, was named to the Claflin University Hall of Fame in a ceremony held on Feb. 7.
In the history of high school wrestling throughout the state of Georgia, Bulloch Academy's Mitchell Ball has put himself in the most elite company.
The Bulloch Academy Gators suffered a rare down year on the football field last fall, missing out on the state playoffs for the first time in a decade.
BROOKLET - When basketball season began back in November, the Southeast Bulloch boys had a clear goal.