Playoffs won and playoffs lost - a lot of fates were settled last week.
PORTAL - It wasn't Friday, it wasn't nighttime and there were no lights, but the Portal football team was still in action as it kicked off against Savannah Christian at 11 a.m. in the latest area game to be rescheduled due to the ongoing effects of Hurricane Matthew.
The Bulloch Academy Gators traveled north Friday night to take on the Hawks of The Heritage School in the opening round of the GISA playoffs. The Gators nearly played the role of spoiler, but the top-seeded Hawks came away with a 19-14 victory.
Southeast Bulloch locked up a playoff spot for the third time in four years with a 26-13 win over Beach.
Portal finally finishes their post-Hurricane Matthew gauntlet this morning when they'll face Savannah Christian at 11:00 a.m.
Bulloch Academy's regular season didn't end quite the way they had hoped last Friday night, but they have a chance to play spoiler now as the playoffs begin tonight. The Gators (5-3-1) travel to Newnan to take on the undefeated and number one seeded Hawks of the Heritage School (9-0).
BROOKLET - Southeast Bulloch's push for the state playoffs enters the home stretch as the Yellow Jackets have two more region games to determine if they'll make the postseason.
GUYTON - The Statesboro Blue Devils season woes continued Thursday evening, dropping a 21-7 matchup against the South Effingham Mustangs.
Today's game between Statesboro and South Effingham presents one interesting question.
BROOKLET - Southeast Bulloch softball coach Aimee Civalier is preparing her team for the program's sixth trip to the GHSA Elite Eight, hoping to change the script on previous outcomes in Columbus.
By CHRIS STANLEY
The Portal Panthers (0-7, 0-3 Region 3A) played their Homecoming game on Monday night against Calvary Day (7-0, 3-0 Region 3A) with their adjusted schedule due to Hurricane Matthew. After a quick score, it became a long night for Portal as they fell to the Cavaliers, 47-14.
BROOKLET - If the playoffs started today, Southeast Bulloch would be on the outside looking in.
The Gators of Bulloch Academy will finally be celebrating 40 years of football this tonight as they play host to the Patriots of Pinewood Christian Academy. The Gators (5-2-1) had to delay this celebration thanks to Hurricane Matthew's visit two weeks ago, so the Gator faithful will be hoping for a beautiful night and a region championship.
BROOKLET - 17 innings, five hours and a 20 minute delay are what it took to send Southeast Bulloch to the 3A elite eight in a Wednesday afternoon doubleheader.
Basketball experienced somewhat of a renaissance in Bulloch County this season, as success was abound for many of the local programs.
Even on their best offensive day, the Portal boys still couldn't catch a break.
Pitching and defense have been a consistent bugaboo for Portal this season, and it reared it's head in one of the worst possible moments ...
The goal for the young Bulloch Academy girls' soccer team was to simply be better than the previous game.
43-degree air, frequent gusts of wind and a constant drizzle are conditions more resembling a match in London than Brooklet - but those were the conditions ...
Despite limited numbers and a smaller than usual turnout, Bulloch Academy still found a way to sweep the Gator Relays Saturday afternoon.
Southeast Bulloch's baseball team found a way to get by Islands 4-3 on the road to remain unbeaten in region play.
Six different players scored for Southeast Bulloch and the Yellow Jackets defeated Groves High, 6-3, Thursday at Garden City Stadium.
Portal's baseball season has been a rough go early on - losing six of their first seven games of the 2017 campaign.
Bright and early on a Thursday morning a familiar sight could be seen over by Beautiful Eagle Creek - even though it's a sight normally ...
BA head coach Matthew Meeks said in the preseason he thought this edition of BA soccer was good enough to challenge Frederica for the region ...
The Statesboro baseball team befell a peculiar situation Saturday, as it saw them play two games against two different teams in two different cities.
Clear skies and crisp 60 degree air made for picture perfect weather for soccer between Bulloch County's two largest high schools.
Games between Effingham County and Statesboro have always been physical. Even as the teams now play in different regions, the old rivalry seems to bubble ...
While the 1-4 start isn't what fans of Statesboro baseball were looking for in 2017, they were in for an encouraging surprise Monday night.
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