Bryan County hosted the Portal Panthers on Tuesday in roundball action that saw the Lady 'Skins move to 2-0 with a 69-33 win. The Portal boys took the nightcap game with a 69-49 victory.
Bryan County High School played host to Effingham County in a non-region basketball doubleheader Saturday in Pembroke. The Lady Redskins won the opener 54-40 behind Olivia Melvin's 22 points.
It is time to start hearing the squeaking of basketball shoes on a gym floor and the swishing of a net as the 2010-2011 high school basketball season gets into full swing in Pembroke.
The Savannah Christian Red Raiders (8-1,4-1) beat winless Bryan County 35-7 in Pembroke on Friday night.
The Bryan County Lady 'Skins softball team (30-10) ended it's quest for a State Title late Friday afternoon in Columbus with a 8-3 loss to Prince Avenue Christian (26-4,12-0). The Elite Eight pairings found Bryan County playing No.1 ranked Gordon Lee on Thursday in the double-elimination finals and Gordon-Lee (34-0, 12-0) jumped on the Redskins early and held on for a 6-0 win. The Redskins bounced back Friday morning and defeated Johnson County (32-4, 12-0) with a 9-2 win highlighted by a homerun by Tiffany Howard. Bryan County carried that winning momentum into their next slated game ...
The Bryan County High Redskins(0-6) made their way into Candler County on Friday night to take on the Metter Tigers at Metter High school. It was Homecoming for Metter and the Tigers had reason to celebrate as they turned a close first half game into a 33-6 rout.
The Bryan County high school Lady 'Skins softball team traveled to Dublin on Tuesday for the championship round of the Region 3A tournament and squeezed out a 1-0 win in the first game against the Truetlen County Vikings. The two teams carried a 0-0 score through the fifth inning before Bryan County scored to advance to the championship game.
The first round of the Region 3A playoffs got off to a stellar start for top-seeded Bryan County High School. The Lady Redskins (23-6) swept No. 4 seed Montgomery County Eagles (10-13) on Thursday.
GIBSON -- Bryan County(0-4) came up short on the road against the Glascock County Panthers Friday night as the Panthers edged out the Redskins 20-12. Bryan County quarterback Albert Chavis and running back Damion Dixon each had a touchdown run for BCHS.
Richmond Hill surged to its fifth win in a row this past week with wins over McIntosh County Academy 18-5 in five innings and a similar result Friday against region foe Baldwin County 11-0 in a mercy-shortened contest.
It was more like baseball weather in Pembroke on Tuesday, March 30 when the Claxton Tigers (7-8, 2-5) came to town for a region clash with the Bryan County High baseball boys (3-9, 2-6). Claxton went back home seven innings later with a 10-4 loss tagging along.
After two straight rainouts, the Bryan County High baseball team finally caught a break in the weather on Monday and played a makeup game against familiar region foe Savannah Christian.
The Bryan County High golf team has been practicing and gearing up for their 2010 season at their home course at Black Creek Golf Club. They have been working hard and are ready to hit the busy stretch of the golf schedule.
The BCHS baseball team (2-5, 0-2) traveled to Claxton Friday night for a region tilt with the Tigers of Claxton High. Fans saw a nail biting pitcher's duel before the host Tigers pulled out a 3-1 win over the visiting Redskins. However, the 'Skins broke their losing streak the following day with two non-region wins.