BROOKLET -Southeast Bulloch led in both games of a doubleheader against Savannah Christian Saturday afternoon, but shaky pitching led to a pair of comebacks as the Raiders took a 13-9 win in the first game and followed up with a 6-4 Game 2 win to complete the sweep.
Friday night at Mill Creek Regional Park, Dublin and Southeast Bulloch met with Region 3-AA superiority on the line.
EVANS - Statesboro High School's boys soccer team defeated Lakeside-Evans, 2-1, in a Region 2B-AAAA game Friday.
Marijke Griffin threw a no-hitter Tuesday, striking out seven in three innings, to lead Trinity Christian School to a 22-0 victory over Victory Christian of North Augusta in softball.
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
Bulloch Academy used a tough-as-nails defense to pound Memorial Day into submission and take a 21-7 victory Friday night at Gator Alley.
SYLVANIA - Accumulating nearly 400 yards on just 31 snaps from scrimmage, the Screven County Gamecocks improved to 4-0 with a resounding 32-0 whipping of visiting ...
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Allatoona 25, South Paulding 18
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Bulloch Academy senior quarterback Lanier Olliff hopes that the Gators can continue to ride the emotional high that they received last week when they meet ...
BROOKLET - Fresh off their first win of the season, the Southeast Bulloch Yellow Jackets will face their first road test of the year as they ...
The Screven County Gamecocks are building off a strong performance in 2014, when the team finished 10-2 on the season. This year it seems as ...
After sweeping Jenkins High School in two games Tuesday afternoon, Lady Yellow Jackets head coach Aimee Civalier wasn't exactly "jumping for joy."
EATONTON - Gatewood senior tailback Palmer Clark rushed for over 150 yards Friday night against Bulloch Academy, but it was the three yards that he didn ...
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 ...
BROOKLET - At the end of what he called one of the toughest weeks of his life as a leader, Southeast Bulloch head coach Pat Collins ...
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.