PORTAL – If what they say is true and "all's well that ends well," than all is certainly well in Portal.
When two historic rivals square off on the football field, the game holds a lot of meaning for players, fans and alums.
After nine weeks of play, it all comes down to this. Statesboro hits the road tonight to take on Brunswick for the Region 2-AAAA title and a No. 1 seed in the Georgia High School Association playoffs beginning next week. For the Blue Devils (7-2, 4-1 Region 2-AAAA) a win would secure their first region title since their state championship campaign in 2005. The Pirates (7-2, 5-0) are two-time defending region champs ...
PORTAL - The weather has finally cooled down, but the Portal Panthers are heating up.
BROOKLET - It's the end of the road for Southeast Bulloch, and while this season won't feature any playoffs, there is still one more game to play.
The Region 2-AAAA title is on the line, so it must be time for another game between Statesboro and Brunswick.
In the biggest game of the season, Shavez Mincey came out with one of his best performances yet.
It's a great accomplishment to finish second in the state at a cross country meet.
The final week of the regular season is already here, and eight of the 13 teams in Region 3-A will take the field this week with a chance to advance to the GHSA Class A state playoffs.
PORTAL - In the end, a game that had it all came down to one kick. There was a Statue of Liberty play. There was a fake Statue of Liberty play on a fake punt. There was a 300-yard passer and almost a 200-yard receiver. There was an interception return for a touchdown that brought the home crowd to its feet. And in the end, there was an upset. Portal managed to ...
Statesboro knew exactly what it needed to do and the outcome was never in doubt. With a sub-region title on the line, the Blue Devils were in top form. Statesboro scored on each of its first three drives and rolled to a 31-7 win over Greenbrier Friday night at Womack Field. "I think we had a pretty good feeling about this game for the last two weeks," said SHS coach Steve Pennington. "We ...
BROOKLET - Southeast Bulloch has run the gauntlet of brutal region games for most of the last two months, but tonight offers the Yellow Jackets another crack at getting their third win of the season.
Statesboro coach Steve Pennington is fond of the belief that the most important game is always the one at hand.
PORTAL - The Portal Panthers held a bonfire Thursday night as part of the school's homecoming festivities. The Panthers would like to stay hot against Treutlen in their final home game of the season.
Bulloch Academy has put together a very solid season on the football field, but the Gators are going to need to keep winning and get a little help to boot if they want to play on into the postseason.
If the town feels a little less crowded today, it's likely because of a few hundred Statesboro High fans making their way across the state as the Blue Devils take on Cairo in the first round of the Class AAAA state playoffs.
With most of last season's Final Four squad returning this year, the sky is the limit for the Statesboro boys' basketball squad.
This year's Metter seniors began their high school football careers in Mike West's first season as head coach of the Tigers. Tonight, they'll all experience their first state playoff game as they take on Lamar County - No. 1 seed out of Region 4-AA and top-ranked Class AA team in the state.
BROOKLET - There was a time not too long ago that students at Southeast Bulloch High school and residents of Brooklet spent their Fridays in the fall trying to find something to fill the evening. For nearly a decade, undersized and outmanned Yellow Jacket football teams struggled while their fan base followed suit.
Statesboro's Sherrodric Rawls is well aware of the fact that he and the rest of his senior teammates only get one more crack at the playoffs and he intends to make the most of it. The Blue Devils came within seconds of the state championship game in Rawls' freshman season, but haven't advanced farther than the first round since.