BROOKLET - 17 innings, five hours and a 20 minute delay are what it took to send Southeast Bulloch to the 3A elite eight in a Wednesday afternoon doubleheader.
The Bulloch Academy Gators will be playing during primetime Saturday night as they travel up I-16 to Dublin to take on the Crusaders of Trinity Christian Academy. No, you won't find them on ESPN or ABC, but that doesn't mean this game isn't important to the standings in Region 2AAA of the GISA. The Gators (5-1-1) come into this game having defeated Frederica Academy Knights 8-7 in one of the most exciting games in Gator Alley history. The victory over the Knights put the Gators in the driver's seat for the Region Championship.
Despite another season-high rushing performance from Tupac Lanier, Statesboro couldn't even find the endzone in their 29-0 loss to Ware County Friday night.
BROOKLET – Southeast Bulloch knew Savannah High had several fast and athletic players on their team. They may not have known just how fast they were.
Now that the hurricane dust has settled and most of the power is back on, Statesboro can finally focus on football for a change.
BROOKLET - After another unexpected week off due to severe weather this season, the Southeast Bulloch Yellow Jackets are back on the field tonight for the first of three straight home games as they prepare to face the Savannah High School Blue Jackets.
By CHRIS STANLEY
By CHRIS STANLEY
As far as guests go, Hurricane Matthew has been as unpleasant as they come.
Statesboro has an argument to be the best 0-6 football team in the state of Georgia - although I'm not sure how much that's worth bragging about.
Bulloch Academy defeated Frederica Academy 8-7 on Wednesday night in what many fans called the greatest game they've ever seen in Gator Alley. The Gators (5-1-1) victory tonight puts them in the drivers seat for the region title with a record of 2-0, while giving the Knights their first loss of the season.
Despite a great second half to the season, Bulloch Academy's run ended with a sweep at the hands Trinity Sharpsburg in the first round of the GISA playoffs.
Rises, falls and more heartbreak were the themes of Bulloch County football last week.
Despite getting the best game of Tupac Lanier's high school career, Statesboro couldn't hold yet another fourth quarter lead in a 31-24 loss to Tattnall County.
The Bulloch Academy Gators traveled to Waynesboro Friday night to take on the Spartans of Edmund Burke Academy in the Gators' first region contest of the season. The Gators were hoping to travel back to Statesboro 1-0 in region play, and that's exactly what they did, claiming a 41-13 victory over the Spartans (0-6).
Southeast Bulloch's football season came to a somber close Friday night, being defeated 35-7 by Worth County in the first round of the 3A ...
Screven shocked the state of Georgia last week, leaving them a tough act to follow in this year's playoffs.
Even with a region championship slipping through their grasp, Southeast Bulloch still has one attainable goal from the beginning of the season.
Just as time always seems to do, football season goes by way too fast.
Welcome to the first ever Statesboro Herald All-County softball team! It's been a long time coming in my opinion.
There are lows, then there are low-lows - then there's rock bottom.
The Portal Panthers have been through a lot this season.
The Screven County Gamecocks (9-1, 7-0 Region 4-AA) defeated Jefferson County (9-1, 6-1 Region 4-AA) 49-35 Friday night to win the region outright and setup ...
Alexander 49, Douglas County 42, OT
Though not the oldest rivalry in the state of Georgia, Jefferson-Screven has come to mean more over the past two seasons.
By MIKE ANTHONY
No wins, no playoff - so where's the motivation?