The wins have been rolling in for the Bulloch Academy girls all season, but their latest victory is the school's biggest in 32 years.
PEMBROKE - Polly Murray scored 20 points, grabbed 10 rebounds and registered six assists to lead the Claxton High School girls basketball team to a 69-38 throttling of Wheeler County in a Region 3-A tournament game Wednesday night.
RICHMOND HILL - Alisia Jenkins scored 16 points, Anesha Drummer added 12 points, Sierra Kirkland chipped in 11 points and Shanikwa Buie had 10 points to help the Statesboro High School girls basketball team crush Wayne County, 60-37, in a Region 2-AAAA tournament game Wednesday night at Richmond Hill High School.
SAVANNAH - Statesboro High School's girls soccer team defeated Savannah Christian, 3-2, on Wednesday.
Claxton High School boys basketball player Labron Glover has been named the Region 3-A (East) Co-Player of the Year in a vote by the region's coaches.
RICHMOND HILL - Statesboro High School's boys basketball team defeated Glynn Academy, 55-45, in the Region 2-AAAA tournament Tuesday night.
SAVANNAH - Screven County High School's girls soccer team beat Groves, 5-1, in its season opener Monday night.
With winter slowly giving way to spring, it's time for the high school basketball postseason.
AUGUSTA - Bulloch Academy ended a 32-year drought Saturday night when the Lady Gators captured their first region basketball title since 1980 with a 42-30 victory over the Westminster Lady Wildcats.
STILLMORE – The Bulloch Academy junior-varsity boys' basketball team won the East Georgia Middle School Conference championship Feb. 4. In the tournament, which was held at David Emanuel Academy, the top-seeded Gators got a first-round bye, crushed Thomas Jefferson Academy, 52-17, in the semifinals and defeated Edmund Burke Academy, 43-27, in the title game. Hunter Perry scored 20 points and Lanier Olliff added 11 points in the Thomas Jefferson game. In the championship game, Brett Thomas scored 17 points, Perry had 12 points and Brian Harrison added 10 points. The championship victory capped an 18-3 season for the Gators. It was ...
PORTAL - A capacity crowd showed up to say goodbye to Portal's seniors Friday night, but if the Panthers get their way, this won't be the last their crowd will see them in action.
The only bad thing about having a class filled with great talent in high school sports is that, eventually, they'll leave, and they'll all go at once.
In 2010, a young group emerged to give Statesboro's girls soccer team a big step forward. Last season, region realignment brought some dominating new teams into the Lady Blue Devils' region, and a year after going 10-5 and advancing to the state playoffs, the Devils slipped to 5-10.
Having one basketball team with a 20-win season would be great for any high school but having two squads with the same kind of success is phenomenal.
The Athlete of the Week feature is usually reserved for individuals, but the special bond between the senior class on Statesboro's girls basketball team deserves to be recognized for what they have accomplished as a group.
Youngsters around the community showed off their football skills this week during the Gator Elementary Fundamental Football Camp hosted by Bulloch Academy.
Pretty soon, the winter won't be the only time of year in which the area's top basketball talent is on display.
As former WNBA player Coretta Brown walked through the halls of Southeast Bulloch High School, she noticed a few changes.
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