Statesboro is used to many different players racking up the rushing yards, but got some big production from a rather unlikely source last week.
With just two weeks left before the Region 3-A play-in round to determine which four of its schools will advance to the state playoffs, there is still much to be decided and many area teams still in the hunt.
BROOKLET - Armed with the home-field advantage, Southeast Bulloch cruised through the first round of the Class-AA state softball playoffs last week. If it wants to move on to the Elite Eight, it will need a similar performance on the road.
William James Middle School and Langston Chapel Middle School will meet in the first round of the region football playoffs Wednesday, at 5 p.m.
he season for one high school sport is starting to wind down and another is already midway through the state playoffs, but there are still a handful of area teams that are either in contention for a title or at least looking back on a great season.
SAVANNAH - Bulloch Academy went from despair to triumph in one play Friday night at M.C. Anderson Field.
Metter, GA - After a sloppy first quarter, the Savannah Christian Raiders (7-0, 4-0) hit the gas against the Metter Tigers (3-4, 3-3) and never looked back.
EVANS - Statesboro is usually a straightforward team, but decided to shake things up.
PORTAL - For the second game in a row, the Portal Panthers didn't attempt a pass.
PORTAL - Even die-hard Portal fans might have been surprised to see the score roll in from Twin City last week.
Statesboro has already avenged on of its losses from last season. Tonight, it hits the road to take a shot at notching some more payback.
BROOKLET - Jefferson County would love to get into a shootout with Southeast Bulloch.
For Bulloch Academy, the road to the playoffs goes through Savannah.
BROOKLET - Sierra Peebles pitched a pair of complete game gems and Effie Manahan knocked in five runs as Southeast Bulloch swept its best-of-three series against Monticello Thursday afternoon in the first round of the GHSA Class AA state playoffs.
Stratford Academy rode the arm of Sloan Sibley, the bats of Morgan Long, Carmen Russett, Lexi Rouse and Caroline Avant and the defense of Andi Shilling to sweep Bulloch Academy in the second round of the GISA Class AAA playoffs Thursday.
When the game is on the line, Bulloch Academy head girls' basketball coach Paul Webb can usually count on senior point guard Ashley Burke.