Every athlete looks for that one special performance that can be remembered.
Bulloch Academy seniors Harrison Averitt, Jarret Humphries, Bailey Smith and Loy Waters have been selected to play for the South squad in the 2012 Georgia Independent School Association (GISA) All-Star football game.
BROOKLET - Eight players from Southeast Bulloch's football team were recognized with postseason All-Region 1-AAA honors, including two first-team players.
PORTAL - The Portal Panthers remained white-hot to start the season as they ran through cross-region rival Montgomery County en route to a 70-52 victory Tuesday night.
SPRINGFIELD - Statesboro got some sweet revenge Tuesday night as it avenged its only loss of the season, taking down Effingham County by a score of 52-40 in Springfield.
TWIN CITY - Emanuel County Institute's potent offense didn't see much of the ball Friday night.
SYLVANIA - The Portal Panthers started off the 2012-13 season with a bang Friday, knocking off Screven County, 78-34, in the season opener on the road.
TWIN CITY - Emanuel County Institute is no stranger to the state playoffs, but the Bulldogs have a chance to make their deepest run since 2008 tonight as they host the Trion Bulldogs in the quarterfinals of the Class A Public bracket tonight at 7:30 p.m.
BROOKLET - Last season was nothing short of a nightmare for the Southeast Bulloch boys.
PORTAL - The Portal Panthers set out on what they hope will be another successful season tonight as they travel to Screven County for a 7:30 p.m. tipoff.
STILLMORE - The Bulloch Academy Lady Gators (7-0) remained unbeaten Thursday with a 70-53 road win at David Emanuel Academy.
With two talented teams playing in front of a packed house at the Devils' Den, Tuesday's game between Effingham County and Statesboro felt more like March than November.
CLAXTON - The Claxton Lady Tigers (1-2) notched their first win of the season Tuesday with a 60-30 romp over visiting Montgomery County.
SYLVANIA - Magical seasons aren't supposed to end in such harsh disappointment, but a storybook ending just wasn't to be for the Screven County Gamecocks.
SYLVANIA - Screven County began the 2012 football season with plenty of questions.
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.