SYLVANIA - Screven County began the 2012 football season with plenty of questions.
The Statesboro girls dominated their own tournament, sweeping through the competition to defeat Screven County Tuesday night in the Ladies' Night Out tournament at the Devils' Den.
The names and faces might be a bit different, but the wins are piling up just the same for the Statesboro Lady Blue Devils.
SYLVANIA - There's nothing fancy or flashy about Screven County's offense, but good luck to any team that tries to get in its way.
The Gamecocks were a nearly unstoppable force once again Saturday night as they defeated Bacon County by a score of 41-7 in the first round of the Class AA state playoffs.
MACON - The tailback tandem of Austin Simmons and Ken Spears teamed up to help the Eagles grind out a 24-7 victory over Bulloch Academy in the first round of the GISA Class AAA playoffs here Friday night.
FORSYTH - A pair of field goals ended the last two Statesboro High postseasons, but this time around, Mary Persons running back Nick Davis ran away with the show - and the Blue Devils' playoff hopes.
SYLVANIA - At this time last season, the Screven County Gamecocks were settling in for another long winter after missing out on the state playoffs for a fourth consecutive season.
The Class AAAA state football playoffs begin with a long road trip for the Statesboro Blue Devils as they travel to Forsyth tonight to take on Mary Persons in a first round matchup.
For the past two seasons, it's been one and done for Bulloch Academy in the Class AAA football playoffs as the Gators got adjusted to life in the top classification of the Georgia Independent School Association.
It's a new season and a new region, but many of the same faces return with another year of experience under their belts as the Statesboro boys tip off their basketball season tonight at Windsor Forest.
Southeast Bulloch's Effie Manahan, seated center, is joined by family members and SEB coach Aimee Civalier (standing) as Manahan signs a letter of intent to play softball for the University of South Carolina.
Defensive adjustments were the key to Bulloch Academy's 44-35 victory over Crisp Academy on the second day of the seventh annual Lady Gator Classic basketball tournament Wednesday.
For much of the 2012 football season, the Statesboro defense has been a brick wall. Faced with a do-or-die game against Cross Creek last week, Jackson Ware helped the Devils turn in one of their best performances yet.
The Bulloch Academy Lady Gators overpowered Robert Toombs Christian Academy 21-5 in the third quarter to walk away with a 49-26 in the seventh annual Lady Gator Classic Tuesday.
The Statesboro Blue Devils punched their ticket to the Class AAAA state playoffs Friday night as they dominated Cross Creek and ran away with a 64-21 victory at Womack Field.
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?