There was plenty to be concerned about as Bulloch Academy began its Region 4I-AAA schedule Tuesday night without starters Ross Rainey and Themba Twala, but the Gators came through with flying colors, making short work of Pinewood Christian Academy in a 54-35 victory.
MILLEN - Jenkins County shot 9 of 12 from the charity stripe in overtime to escape the Portal Panthers, 80-75, Tuesday in region play.
BROOKLET - With just over a minute to play, things weren't looking too good for Southeast Bulloch.
Lady Panthers fall in overtime
Whenever Portal's Stacy Morgan takes the floor, there is always a chance that the crowd is about to witness something special.
PORTAL - The Southeast Bulloch Yellow Jackets gave the Savannah Country Day Hornets their best shot, but it wasn't enough.
PORTAL - There's hot, there's white-hot, and then there's Stacy Morgan-hot.
PORTAL - Metter led Portal, 61-49, with three minutes left, and held off a furious rally by the Panthers to escape with a 69-67 win Friday at the Portal Holiday Classic.
Region play has yet to officially start for Statesboro, but the Blue Devils may have provided a preview for February's Region 3-AAAA title game Friday night as Glenn Hills survived a ferocious late charge by Statesboro to take a 56-52 victory in the final game of the Gentlemen's Classic Friday night at the Devil's Den.
PORTAL - In an action-packed first day of the Portal Holiday Classic, one of the best games was saved for last.
MACON - The Bulloch Academy Lady Gators won their 12th-straight game and stayed unbeaten on the season with a 51-45 win over Macon Area Christian School on Thursday at the Tattnall Square Academy Holiday Tournament.
Statesboro High began its annual Gentlemen's Classic tournament Wednesday night with a stiff test against defending Class AAA runner-up Drew.
School is out for the holidays, but both the boys and girls squads at Statesboro are still in action and on the hunt for an early Christmas present.
To win a state football championship in football is a once-in-a-lifetime memory for most people.
As the Statesboro Blue Devils watched a six-point halftime lead turn into a four-point fourth quarter deficit, it seemed as though they had run out of gas.
Southeast Bulloch locked up a historic season Wednesday night with a sweep over region rival Jenkins.