When John Kenny arrived in Brooklet early in 2007 he didn't want to build a team. He wanted to lay a foundation to build a program.
After all of the changing and evolving the Portal Panthers did on offense during the 2007 season, they finally found something that started to work.
For the second consecutive season, Statesboro bowed out in the first round of the state playoffs with a double-digit loss, falling short of expectations of not only fans, but the coaches and players themselves.
This time, Bryan County isn't just happy to be here.
The Southeast Bulloch Yellow Jackets may have a brand new look and a brand new gym, but it's the returning faces that are going to lead the team into 2007.
A tough backcourt trap and an intense pressure defense enabled the Bulloch Academy Lady Gators to hold Thomas Jefferson Academy scoreless in the first half and roll to a 50-18 victory to win the championship game of the second annual Lady Gator Invitational basketball tournament Monday.
When the Claxton Tigers knocked off Jenkins County 14-0 on Oct. 5th at homecoming for their first win of the season, nobody knew just how important a win it would end up being.
The Statesboro Lady Blue Devils improved to 3-0 with a 50-35 win over McIntosh County Academy Tuesday on Day Two of the Ladies Night Out Tournament at SHS.
new basketball season may mean a leaner and meaner look for the Bulloch Academy Lady Gators.
BROOKLET - The Southeast Bulloch Yellow Jackets will host their first game in their brand new basketball facility today as the Statesboro Blue Devils come to town to take on SEB for the second time in the young 2007-08 season.
It's been a quick transition from the football field to the basketball court for many Portal Panthers, and for Steven Cox, it's no exception.
TWIN CITY – After last week's pummeling of Seminole County, the Bulldogs of Emanuel County Institute welcomed Dooly County to town as they rolled into Rountree Stadium for the second round of the 2007 state football playoffs. Though the Bobcats' record was a formidable 10-1 entering the contest, the Bulldogs made quick work of their latest victims, gaining the upper hand early and refusing to let go as they cruised to a 35-0 victory.
The Screven County Gamecocks are one win better and one seed higher heading into the GHSA Class-AA State Playoffs than they were in 2006. While the improvement is nice, SCHS won't settle. The goal is to advance in the playoffs.
By MATT YOGUS
The Portal Panthers knew they would have a big gap to fill in 2007 when senior and leading scorer Fred Williams played his last game of the season in the 2006 GHSA state playoffs, but with some familiar faces and some new additions, PHS hopes it will not miss a beat.
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 Photographer Scott Bryant.