It was one of those days when nothing seemed to work.
SWAINSBORO – This one wasn't supposed to end this way for the Gamecocks.
Just about everywhere Louis Graham goes he hears the same question - How will the Georgia Southern basketball team replace Elton Nesbitt?
A lot of basketball teams are setting pretty lofty goals this time of year.
Bulloch Academy used a punishing ground game and took advantage of four turnovers to rout Windsor Academy, 40-12, Friday night in Macon.
METTER- As the regular season winds down throughout Georgia, many teams are looking forward to the state playoffs, where they will play for fame and championships. Some teams however, do not have those same postseason hopes, and must get by with playing for pride. This is the situation that Southeast Bulloch was faced with Friday night as they invaded homecoming night for the Metter Tigers. The Yellow Jackets may not have been able to clinch any titles on this night, but they made sure to take some respect back home with them, stinging Metter by a score of 49-27.
It was a surreal scene Saturday at Paulson Stadium, where offense was the centerpiece in a what has become a tangled web of a football season for Georgia Southern in 2006.
PORTAL - Emanuel County Institute, the No. 1 ranked team in Class A, racked up 426 yards of total offense and wore down the Portal Panthers on Senior Night, 39-7, Friday night at the Portal Athletic Complex.
Nobody saw this team coming.
As a former quarterback, Darin Hinshaw can empathize with Travis Clark.
GREENVILLE, S.C. - Citadel first-year coach Ed Conroy watched and laughed as reporters surrounded the table set up for another of the Southern Conference's new coaching faces, College of Charleston's Bobby Cremins.
The Claxton Tigers can clinch a berth to the playoffs with a win over Bryan County tonight in Pembroke. The Tigers sit at 2-6-1 and 2-3 in region play. Beating Bryan County would ensure them the four seed in region 3-A, sending them on the road to play the one seed out of region 2-A on Nov. 17.
The William James Middle School football team won the Coastal Empire Region championship with a 20-0 win over Richmond Hill on Wednesday.
While other teams throughout the area will be playing for playoff positioning and region championships tonight, Southeast Bulloch will ride to Metter in game which the teams will purely be playing for pride.
DAVIDSON, N.C. –– Heather Smith scored a first-half goal and goalie Lauren Santos made eight saves as the seventh-seeded Georgia Southern Eagles upset the second-seeded Davidson Wildcats 1-0 in the first-round of the 2006 Southern Conference Women's Soccer Tournament at Alumni Stadium on Tuesday evening. GSU improved to 8-10-1 and will move onto the semifinals to be played on Friday on the campus of Western Carolina. Davidson concluded its season at 11-7-2 and saw its four-game winning streak come to an end. The Wildcats fell to 12-8-2 all-time in the tournament.