All teams want to get off to a good start to their season.
When eight Screven County seniors departed after last season, a power vacuum was left at the top of the Region 3-AA girls soccer standings.
Statesboro High School's boys soccer team beat South Effingham, 3-1, on Tuesday.
Bulloch Academy pitchers Clayton Rogers and Joshua Bishop combined to hurl a three-hitter as the Gators downed non-region foe Memorial Day School, 5-1, on Tuesday in BA's home opener.
Bulloch Academy seniors Jaylen Evans, left, and Taylor Collins played in the Georgia-South Carolina All-Star basketball games this past Saturday at Augusta Preparatory School in Augusta. Both played on their respective Class AAA squads. Only 12 senior student-athletes were selected per team per classification. The annual All-Star weekend pitted teams from the Georgia Independent School Association against those from the South Carolina Independent School Association and was sponsored by the coaches' associations of both organizations.
LOUISVILLE - Doug Flott scored two goals to lead a balanced attack as the Southeast Bulloch boys defeated Jefferson County, 5-1, Tuesday night.
With the Statesboro baseball team off to a great start at 3-1 on the season, the team is giving some of its former players a chance to get in on the fun.
Timely hitting, solid defense and much improved pitching have given the Statesboro baseball team a boost early in the season.
The Statesboro girls' soccer team has its sights set on big things this season and senior defender Taylor Sarratt is leading the charge.
When region schedules start, the pressure cranks up.
SEB girls beat Screven at soccer
JONESBORO - Statesboro High School's girls basketball team lost, 56-43, to Jonesboro High School in a Class AAAA state playoff second-round game Tuesday at Jonesboro High School.
CAMILLA - Claxton High School's girls basketball team lost, 67-59, to Mitchell County High School in a Class A state playoff second-round game Wednesday at Mitchell County High School.
CLAXTON - After a pair of victories in the opening round of the GHSA Class A state tournament last weekend, both the Claxton boys and girls are one step closer to basketball's ultimate prize.
PORTAL - What was supposed to be the first step in a long climb turned into a season-ending pitfall for Portal High School's boys basketball team Saturday.
Womack Field at Statesboro High School could have easily been mistaken for a National Football League preseason training camp on Saturday as it hosted the ...
When the sun rises Saturday morning, dozens of professional golfers will still be in the hunt as they contend for the U.S. Open in ...
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