More than 20 children are hitting the hardwood this week, for Southeast Bulloch's annual youth basketball camp. The three-day camp focuses on the game's most fundamental aspects. The young athletes, ranging from third to eighth grade, will spend the week running drills that stress passing, dribbling and shooting.
The Statesboro Blues may not be Bulloch County's most notable baseball squad that competed in a tournament this past weekend, but they could be the most successful.
That crash you just heard was Georgia Southern's national title hopes hitting the floor - suddenly, loudly and shockingly.
They did it with determination. They did it with focus. They did it by themselves.
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Eight teams, five days, one champion. The Southern Conference baseball tournament starts Wednesday morning in Greenville, S.C., and this year is as wide open as ever.
Pull up a rocking chair, grab a big glass of lemonade - electric or otherwise - and kick back. It's gonna be awhile before the local sports scene gets fired up again.
Hola mis amigos! Donde esta mi margarita... Oh, I'm sorry, I'm getting ahead of myself. That part comes later... or does it?
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The Georgia Southern Eagles had the 2010 football schedule approved Thursday, and it is highlighted with a non-conference matchup against the Naval Academy.
Suddenly, the spring sports schedule is winding down. Region titles are being won, playoff pairings are being announced and a few regular seasons are inching toward the finish line.
Part III: Young talks offensive strategy inside the locker room.
Four wins, 47 runs scored, 19 runs allowed, a sweep in conference play and a game and a half closer to first place in the SoCon. What does that get you in terms of national recognition? Nada.
Part 1 of this interview can be seen in Friday's edition of 'The Eagles Nest.'
Grab a cup of coffee and spend some time re-living the Georgia Southern Eagles sweeping the Sun Belt Conference through the eyes of Herald Staff ...