Thunderstorms brought football practices around the county to a halt Thursday afternoon, but no spirits were dampened as full-pad practices are officially getting underway.
The Bulloch Academy varsity softball team raised $4,400 for the Alzheimer's Association with a preseason tournament Tuesday.
The beginning of the regular season is still over a week away, but that didn't stop four softball teams from taking the diamond for a great cause Tuesday afternoon.
Wednesday afternoon marked the first official day of organized football practice for high schools across Georgia, though it was tough to tell by looking at fields around Bulloch County.
Bulloch Academy's varsity softball team will help raise funds for the Alzheimer's Association with a four-team, preseason tournament July 31.
Throughout the last month, news reports from all over the country have been packed with reports of devastating heat waves. Nearly every nook and cranny of the country has experienced its fair share of triple-digit temperatures, and while the mercury has dropped a bit in the Northeast and Midwest, Georgia is still mired in the South's unique climate of sticky, unrelenting summer heat.
Ashley Clifton, a 2010 graduate of Southeast Bulloch High School, recently signed with Georgia Southwestern State University in Americus to play softball. Clifton, a rising junior, played her freshman and sophomore seasons at East Georgia State College in Swainsboro.
A lot has changed in the sporting world over the last 40 years.
BROOKLET – A month from now, the Southeast Bulloch football squad will strap up the pads to begin another season. When they do, they'll be practicing and playing in one of the nicest athletic complexes around.
For years, Georgia has been a hotbed for up-and-coming high school baseball stars. Among this year's class of potential future stars are a pair of Blue Devils from Statesboro High School.
Less than a decade ago, high school wrestling programs in Georgia weren't all that easy to come by aside from the Atlanta area. Thanks to some recent success stories and top-notch instruction, a lot more attention is being paid to those hitting the mats in South Georgia.
Summer camp doesn't open for Bulloch Academy's varsity football squad for more than a month, but Gator Alley has been full of excitement throughout the week.
After producing a career's worth of home runs, recent Statesboro High School graduate Justin Mee put on a final hitting display at the Blue Devils' field Tuesday night at Mill Creek Regional Park.
Statesboro High School is looking for anyone that can swing a big bat to participate in its home run derby this evening at Mill Creek Regional Park. Started by Jim Simmons after being named the Blue Devils' head coach last May, the home run derby aims to bring past and present Blue Devils together while also providing an opportunity for other baseball fans to show what they've got. "This is something that we did back when I was with Effingham (County)," Simmons said. "We were able to turn that into a big, popular event every year. Last year was ...
For the better part of a decade, Bulloch Academy has given opponents nightmares with its flexbone triple-option attack.
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