BROOKLET - The Southeast Bulloch boys began the 2012-13 campaign with a win over Bryan County in November and completed the season sweep of the Redskins with a 65-54 victory Saturday night.
HINESVILLE - The Statesboro Blue Devils continued to roll Saturday, taking an 80-53, non-region win on the road at Bradwell Institute.
Looking to remain undefeated in sub-region play, Statesboro High put on an impressive show in defeating Liberty County by a count of 81-42 Friday night at the Devil's Den.
The Bulloch Academy girls remained in the driver's seat of GISA Region 4-AAA with a 46-25 thrashing of Westminster of Augusta Friday night.
The pressure of playing a sport at a high level while maintaining good grades can be a daunting task for many high school athletes, but a pair of Bulloch Academy basketball players are doing both while they are thousands of miles from home.
The basketball games originally scheduled for today between the Bulloch Academy and Robert Toombs Christian Academy boys and girls have been canceled.
PORTAL - The Portal Panthers recorded their second consecutive sub-region win Tuesday night as they completed a season sweep of Savannah Country Day with a 69-57 victory.
CLAXTON - The Claxton Tigers (12-7, 2-4 Region 3A-A) had to stop three shot attampts in the final seconds, including a pair of blocks by Monterius Valentine, and they held on to beat Savannah Christian, 47-45, Tuesday at home.
One night after a disheartening setback, the Statesboro girls were determined not to let losing become a trend.
CLAXTON - The Claxton Lady Tigers edged Southeast Bulloch, 37-31, Saturday at home.
PORTAL - If there is one thing that basketball fans don't want to miss, it's a matchup between Claxton and Portal.
Bulloch Academy sophomore Will Marsh epitomized the effort that the Gators gave in their 53-49 upset of Augusta Preparatory School Friday night.
GUYTON - The Statesboro Blue Devils (17-3, 3-0 Region 3A-AAAA) stayed undefeated in region play and got a 39-31 road win over South Effingham (9-9, 0-3) on Friday.
Last January, the Southeast Bulloch boys were mired in what became a winless 2011-12 campaign.
BROOKLET - Heading into the season, Southeast Bulloch girls coach Johnny Miller knew that contending with the schools from the Savannah area would be key for his team's chances in Region 1-AAA.
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.