The Redskin baseball team lost 8-3 to Savannah Country Day on Tuesday.
Everything that needed to line up for Richmond Hill after their big win last week against South Effingham did, everything except one minor detail.
Richmond Hill entered its game with South Effingham on Friday with two objectives in mind. Number one - win the game. Number two - save enough pitching for the grueling four game week to come. Head coach Mitchell Curry, thanks to a well executed pitching plan and ten timely hits, can mark those objectives off. Mission accomplished: Richmond Hill 5, South Effingham 4.
Both the Richmond Hill High School boys and girls soccer teams nabbed victories over the weekend, and, coincidentally, this earns them both third seeds from Region 3AAA for the forthcoming state playoff tournament.
Hendrix Park Young athletes flocked to Hendrix Park on Saturday for Girls Softball Rama which signals the beginning of the area's recreation softball season. In the 8 and under girls mini softball, the Wild Thangz, coached by Dorothy Rountree and Charles Williams, beat the Dixie Chicks, coached by Dennis Seger, Bubba Banks and Richie Edwards, 12-4. For the Wild Thangz, Ashley Nelson went 3 for ...
After a few days off to enjoy spring break, the Bryan County Redskins traveled to Brooklet Thursday afternoon to play Southeast Bulloch in a non- region matchup.
The Bryan County News chose two athletes of the month for March. Last issue, BCHS baseball player Wesley Wilkes was profiled.
By defeating their first round opponents in the region tournaments, both the boys and girls RHHS soccer teams have earned berths into the state playoffs.
Richmond Hill High School soccer player Mitch Doud signed a letter of intent to attend Georgia Southwestern University on a soccer scholarship on Friday in the media center of the high school.
Sailing continues to thrive in Richmond Hill. It has been 3 ½ years since sailing came to Richmond Hill in the form of a High School Sailing Club.
When it came time to choose a Bryan County Athlete of the Month for the month of March, there were a staggering number of contenders to select from. And for the first time since the award was initiated there are two winners.
Sole possession of second place sounds pretty good to Richmond Hill's baseball team right now. Their 8-2 win over Burke County in Waynesboro on Friday earned them that distinction. It was a familiar theme for the Wildcats against the Bears: pitch well and strike with a big inning.
RHHS, BCHS and Calvary had a three-way golf competition at Black Creek Tuesday. Calvary came in first with BCHS second and RHHS third.
Cross county rivals BCHS and RHHS squared off in a track meet on Wednesday which also included teams from Claxton and Effingham. The BCHS girls finished in second to Claxton, while the boys came in first place. Richmond Hill boys and girls teams both came in third place
SOCIAL CIRCLE - Deer-hunting season opens Saturday statewide.
Bryan County High School quarterback Jeremy McClendon called the Redskins' triple overtime 34-27 win over Toombs County in Lyons a character builder.
This just in. Richmond Hill High School's matchup against Savannah High on Friday will be the site of the local ESPN Gameday radio broadcast from 3 to 6 p.m. on ESPN 1400 AM, and Wildcats coach Lyman Guy would like for fans to be there to make some on-air noise and show their support for the home team.
Local hunting show "Hunten Ham Horn Feather" will air at 8 a.m. Sunday.
SOCIAL CIRCLE -Waterfowl hunting season dates and regulations have been approved for the 2013-2014 season by the Board of Natural Resources.
SOCIAL CIRCLE - The upcoming Labor Day holiday is expected to bring people to the water to celebrate for one more warm-weather weekend.
SOCIAL CIRCLE - All hunters interested in participating in a deer-quota hunt need to complete an online application that must be in before midnight Sept. 1, according to the Georgia Department of Natural Resources' Wildlife Resources Division.
The Savannah Coastal Refuges Complex is proposing to collect beginning July 1, 2014, a once-per-season, $25 hunt-permit fee from any individual wanting to participate in any or all complex hunts.