BCHS softball traveled to Washington-Wilkes on Friday and won the first two games 2-0 and 4-3 to advance to Columbus for the Elite Eight. Tiffany Howard was winning pitcher in first game and Samantha Howard was the winner in second game. They will play Gordon-Lee on Thursday at 12:30 in their first game in the double elimination format. See Wednesday's Bryan County News for more.
The weather was just right for golf at Black Creek Golf Course as the golf teams from Richmond Hill High School teed it up lasst week against their county rival Bryan County High.
The Bryan County High basketball teams closed out the season with a last game finale against Savannah Christian on Tuesday, Feb. 10 at the Raiders' home court, and the Raiders swept both games.
Depth, experience, talent, all the things that a coach on any level of sports wishes for at the start of a new season. The Bryan County High School basketball teams met such a beast on Tuesday night and the scores followed the agenda to a tee.
Bryan County High School's varsity basketball teams are finding out that winning one game doesn't make a season. After both the boys and girls picked up their first wins ecently, they are finding that getting that next win is not as easy as it would seem.
The blood, sweat, and tears of summer drills and preseason practices will soon become faint memories. Butterflies in the stomach, sweaty palms, and nervous energy will make their way to the forefront of players minds as prepsters all across the state suit up in their team colors and burst onto the football fields for the long awaited opening kickoff of the regular season.
The Bryan County Lady Skins softball team followed up their recent scrimmage win to get the 2008 season started off on the right track by defeating the Lady Eagles of Jenkins County 5-2 on Aug. 15.
In less than two weeks, the sights and sounds of Friday night football will once again fill the air all across the state as high school teams suit up in their gridiron armor and get ready to hit someone other than their own teammates.
Black and yellow versus red and white; Wildcats versus Redskins. No matter how you size it up, they all correlate into one conclusion: Richmond Hill versus Bryan County. These two cross-county rivals squared off against each other once again on Aug. 12 in a pre-season scrimmage in preparation for the 2008 girls' high school softball season which gets underway Aug. 15. With three seniors on the rosters between the two county ...
Mother Nature offered up the Bryan County High School football team an early Christmas present Aug. 7.
The standards have been set; the bar has been raised. The expectations of the Lady Redskin softball program have risen. New Lady Skins head coach Al Butler has taken over the reigns of a solid softball program. He replaces four-year coach Kim Covington, who stepped down due to family reasons. Butler's young squad knows they have some big shoes to fill but he said they are up for the challenge. <p ...
Thursday marked the first day of practice in pads for the Redskin football team. Rain, thunder and lightning only cooled things off for the hard-working team. The one-and-a-half hour session saw both one-on-one contact and some team contact. Coach Ron Lewis said he is "trying to see who wants to get in there and hit," in order to step into many of the open positions on the team for the fall. Look for ...
Summer break may mean time off for many involved in the school system, but for many of the coaches and athletes at Bryan County High School it is business as usual as they practice for yet another upcoming season of sports.
School may be out in Bryan County, but there is still some learning going on. This learning experience has not been accomplished sitting in a desk, in a classroom with a textbook, but on softball diamonds throughout the area.
The Bryan County Redskin baseball team continued their busy schedule of summer league play as they scooted up the road to nearby Claxton to take on the Tigers at Evans County Recreation Complex on June 17.