School may be out and each sport officially done with their games for the season in Bryan County, but somebody forgot to tell the Redskin baseball team, who have been very active lately.
The fast approaching heat of summer and the lure of swimming pools and beaches couldn't keep 28 energized kids away from the Bryan County High School gymnasium this past week.
The Bryan County High gymnasium, usually reserved for sports, took on a different setting on Monday night, May 19 as Redskin coaches, administration, anxious athletes, and proud parents showed their support for the many deserving athletes in attendance for the 2008 Spring Sports Award Ceremony.
Not even the signs of inclement weather on Friday night of May 16 could dampen the spirits of the Redskin football players who were suited up in their Red and White uniforms for the annual pre-season internal clash.
Many times in our lives we often neglect or take for granted the people behind-the-scenes - whether it be the cooks in the kitchen at a fancy restaurant, the custodians that clean up when everyone else has gone home, the greens-keeper at our favorite golf course and the list goes on. There are many of these behind-the-scenes type of people at Bryan County High School athletic events, but none stands taller than the ...
Football spring training started Monday at BCHS. Head Coach Ron Lewis and his coaching staff welcomed an anxious group of young Redskins, dressed out in full-pads and clothed in the Red and White colors of Bryan County High. With only 2 weeks worth of practice ahead before summer, Lewis not only knows the upcoming season's objective, but had his first day objectives on his mind. "Our main objective is to find players ...
The Bryan County High baseball team scooted down Hwy. 280 on Tuesday, April 29 for their last road trip of the baseball season to take on the Claxton Tigers. The Tigers roared their way to a solid 9-1 region win. Two days later, for the very last game of the season, the Skins lost to Region 3-A rival Savannah Country Day 4-2.
The Bryan County High School boys golf season came to an end on April 22 in the Region 3-A tournament held at Hunter Army Air Force Base golf course. Five region foes - Savannah Country Day, Calvary, Claxton, ECI, and Bryan County - traded swings against each other to see who would claim the top two seeds and advance to the State tournament.
The Bryan County High School Redskin varsity baseball team hit the road last Friday night for a crucial Region 3-A showdown with the Jenkins County Eagles.
Ben-Gay ointment and Tide laundry detergent were hot items this past weekend in the homes of many Bryan County High School baseball players as the Redskins had a full slate of weekend games.
The Bryan County High School boys tennis team traveled into Savannah's Bacon Park on April 16 for the Region 3-A tournament and walked away with a ticket to the state playoffs.
Hunter Air Force Base golf course was the host site for the Region 3-A girls golf tournament held April 16 in Savannah. They got beat out by Calvary and Claxton to end their season.
In the world of sports nowadays, there are very few 'gimme' wins because it seems any team can be beat on any given day. The Bryan County High baseball team was looking to play this philosophy and get a win over state powerhouse Montgomery County April 16 in Pembroke. The young and struggling Redskin team suited up in hopes that this would be their day, but the 15-3 Eagles continued their winning ways ...
In the fishing world we often hear about 'the one that got away.'
The rain clouds hovering over the Bryan County High School baseball diamond on Tuesday were about the only thing showing a sign of threat as neither the Bryan County Redskins nor the visiting Claxton Tigers batters could generate any offense.