Athletes representing 22 independent schools from around the state and even one from Alabama will converge on Statesboro today for the 13th annual Gator Relays.
Screven County High School's boys track and field team scored 140 points to win a meet Thursday. The Gamecocks beat South Effingham (112), Effingham County (109), Savannah Christian (61) and Swainsboro (53).
Last season, as a No. 3 seed in the state tournament, Southeast Bulloch had to take a long ride before a first-round exit. This year, the Yellow Jackets are aiming to stick around a bit longer.
Statesboro High's girls have big plans for this soccer season, and teams must find their way past Makayla Patterson.
Statesboro High School's boys and girls golf teams defeated Savannah Christian on Wednesday at Forest Heights Country Club.
It's never easy to beat the same team twice in a season.
Bulloch Academy took advantage of Westminster errors and combined it with some timely hitting to get a 5-3 victory over the visiting Wildcats in GISA Region 4-AAA baseball action Friday.
Bulloch Academy held its Winter Sports Awards ceremony for varsity student-athletes recently. Major award winners were (first row, left to right) Ashley Burke (girls basketball, most improved player); Kittie Lee (cheerleading, most spirited); Corley Turner (cheerleading, best all-around); Lauren Dennard (girls basketball, best defensive player); second row, left to right, Taylor Collins (girls basketball, coaches award, All-Region, All-State, All-Star); Anna Newton (girls basketball, best offensive player, All-Region); Haley Burke (girls basketball, best defensive player); Brooke Gilbert (girls basketball, B-team coaches award); third row, left to right, Jaylen Evans (boys basketball, All-Region, All-State, All-Star); Chandler Maxwell (boys basketball, hustle award); Smith ...
Statesboro High School hosted a track and field meet Friday, defeating Jenkins, Claxton and Appling County high schools in a meet shortened by severe weather. The field events and girls 400-meter relay were completed before the weather forced the event to end.
Bulloch Academy held its Winter Sports Awards ceremony for junior-varsity student-athletes recently. Major award winners were (first row, left to right) Anna Lee Howell (cheerleading, most dedicated); Maggie David (cheerleading, most spirited); Regan Cope (girls basketball, most improved); Mikay Sands (girls basketball, All-Tournament); Hanna Dasher (girls basketball, coaches award); second row, left to right, G.C. Kimbrell (wrestling, coaches award); Hunter Perry (boys basketball, best offensive player) and Brett Thomas (boys basketball, coaches award).
The South Georgia Fury 14U fast-pitch softball team won the National Softball Association March Match-Up tournament on March 3 in Brunswick. Left to right are: front row, Caitlyn Girardeau and Rebecca McCullough; middle row, Teagan Hendrix, Alexis Costlow, Jordan Hutchinson, Kayla Perkins and Jesse Wilkes; back row, Coach Anthony Joyner, Tiffani Quigly, Michelle Mikell, Morgan Joyner, Jy'Quisha Hatcher, Sarah Bradley and Coach Bobby Costlow.
Bulloch Academy's girls soccer team beat Trinity Christian, 2-1 in overtime (3-2 in penalty kicks) on Thursday.
As the 2012 season got under way, the Statesboro baseball squad knew it was going to need solid leadership from its upperclassmen.
When the Augusta Prep girls tennis team travelled to Forest Heights Country Club for a match with Bulloch Academy on Tuesday afternoon, it was in for a big surprise.
Bulloch Academy's track teams combined for 379 points to dominate a six-team meet Wednesday at Gator Alley.
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Ending the season with a 2-8 mark last year left a sour taste in the mouth of the Statesboro High School football community. The 2014 ...