The South Georgia Elite girls 14U softball team recently won The Vidalia Pride in The Game Tournament on April 21. The team is coached by Charles Greer and Jon Dasher of Statesboro. The team consist of girls from Statesboro, Lyons, Metter and Glennville. This is the second first-place finish for the team in the past three tournaments. Team members, standing left to right, are Alivia Collins, Ansley Donaldson, Aryn McGowan, Kristin Allen, Abigail Bland, and Erin Howard. Team members, kneeling left to right, are Hannah Fox, Hannah Dasher, Callie Thompson,Maggie Greer, and Brooke Russell.
The Middle Georgia Bucks South boys ninth-grade basketball team participated in the 2012 King James Classic, an AAU boys basketball tournament, last weekend in Augusta.
For a moment, the Region 3-AA championship was within Southeast Bulloch's grasp. Instead, a third-place finish was in store.
Bulloch Academy pulled out an improbable 7-2 victory over Region 4-AAA foe Augusta Prep on Tuesday in a baseball game that began more than a month ago.
ATLANTA - Bulloch Academy's girls soccer team lost, 1-0, to Atlanta Girls School in the first round of the GISA Region 4-AAA playoffs Tuesday.
The Southeast Bulloch boys' soccer team is already assured of a spot in the Class-AA state playoffs next week, but with one regular season game remaining, there is still some work to do.
Trinity Christian School scored four runs in the top of the seventh inning to secure an 8-2 victory over Bulloch Academy in GISA Region 4-AAA baseball action Monday.
WAYCROSS - Statesboro High School's baseball team split a region playoff doubleheader with Ware County on Friday to force Game 3 at 4 p.m. today at Ware County High School.
The Statesboro baseball team has endured its ups and downs throughout the 2012 season, but no one should dismiss them until the final out.
After a long season of competition, Southeast Bulloch High School's girls track and field team proved once again that it was the class of its region.
With last week's dramatic comeback win over Evans clinching it a spot in the Region 2-AAAA baseball playoffs this weekend, all that was left for Statesboro High School's regular season was to wrap things up with a win on Senior Night.
When Southeast Bulloch's J.D. Smith took the hill in Sylvania on Tuesday, the task at hand was clear. Win, and the Yellow Jackets would take the sub-region title and strike a blow to their chief rivals in Screven County. Lose, and the road to the state playoffs would get much tougher.
Southeast Bulloch High School's girls track and field team produced a total team effort en route to winning its second consecutive Region 3-AA track and field championship in Dublin on Tuesday.
It was Senior Day at Bulloch Academy but a senior from the other team stole the show.
Allatoona 25, South Paulding 18
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TWIN CITY - With three state championship appearances in the last eight years, the Emanuel County Institute Bulldogs demonstrated why they are revered as one of ...
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BROOKLET - Two weeks into the regular season, the Southeast Bulloch Yellow Jackets are looking for one big thing - consistency.
The Portal Panthers are taking it one step at a time after a 34-19 week two loss to Treutlen County.
Two high-scoring offenses and two stingy defenses collide tonight in a clash of the early-season unbeatens.