If a group of chefs were to create the perfect recipe for a successful basketball team, here's how it may look: A teaspoon of size in the low post, a pinch of speed on the court, two cups of team chemistry and maybe just a dash of mokie for good measure.
In and around Bulloch County, Jonathan Wells was known as a pretty big deal in his playing days at Southeast Bulloch High School. The multi-sport athlete, who graduated from SEB in 2001, was a standout track star, played football and basketball.
It was a chilly night Friday at Southeast Bulloch, but the Yellow Jackets were anything but cold in a region-crossover game against Appling County Friday night.
When Bulloch Academy and Pinewood Christian tangle on the hardwood, the atmosphere is always electric.
The Panthers were all smiles after a 76-44 win over Savannah Country Day Tuesday night to move to 5-10 on the year with a 3-3 Region 3-A record.
With just a few weeks left in the season, Statesboro High School's swim team are entering the home stretch of their 2015-2016 campaign.
Last year, Glynn Academy beat Statesboro High School 54-38 at Glynn Academy. This year, it was a bit of redemption for the Blue Devils as Statesboro cruised to a 68-41 win over the Red Terrors Friday night at home.
With more and more high school teams adding pressure to guards with a mixture of press defenses, the guard positions are under a higher level of scrutiny.
For some teams, traveling to play an out of region or out of state game can be difficult. The late nights and long travel hours aren't for the faint of heart. However, the Wildfire youth basketball team of New South Wales, Australia took travel to an entirely new level for their 2015-2016 season.
Bulloch Academy claimed its first-ever international basketball victories Monday night with a sweep of the Camden Valley Wildfire from Camden in New South Wales, Australia.
Coming off an embarrassing 56-18 loss to Jefferson County in Day 1 of the Portal Holiday Classic, the Lady Panthers had a much better showing against Long County for the second day of action.
SALEM, S.C. - The Bulloch Academy boys notched a 45-37 victory over Liberty High Tuesday to advance to the championship game of the Tamassee-Salem Christmas Classic.
Over 340 high school basketball games across the state of Georgia were played Monday night, including games featuring Portal, Southeast Bulloch and Statesboro High School.
Coming off a disappointing 1-2 finish in the U-Save it Classic, hosted by Albany High School, the Blue Devils had something to prove as they hosted their own tournament Saturday afternoon.
Starting two weeks before the rest of the county, Bulloch Academy will have the spotlight on them when they travel to Savannah to take on ...
Despite a three-hit afternoon from freshman Abby Newton, Bulloch Academy dropped their double-header to Gatewood by the scores of 10-4 and 4-0 Wednesday afternoon.
Freshman Brinson Anne Rogers struck out nine batters in a complete game performance as Statesboro opened their renovated field with the 10-2 mercy rule thrashing ...
By CHRIS STANLEY