The BCHS track team boys and girls teams respectively won first place in a meet last Wednesday which included competitors from Effingham County, Portal, and Richmond Hill. The boys won first place in every singles event except one.
An old adage in baseball is that hitting is contagious. If that is true, Mitchell Curry's Wildcats are in the throws of a full blown epidemic. Richmond Hill has 53 hits and 40 runs in the last three games. One of those games was a loss, but the latest victims of this outbreak were Johnson High School that lost in a rain make up on Friday 17-0 in four innings and a 14-0 thrashing of Bradwell on Saturday that lasted only five innings.
If you have traveled east or west on Highway 280 in North Bryan County lately, you may have noticed a couple of new additions at the city limits of Pembroke.
Adult basketball The Richmond Hill Recreation Association is holding adult basketball registration for men and women ages 19 and older on the following days: Thursday, March 15, Monday, March 19 and Tuesday, March 20. Registration is from 7-8 p.m. on all three days. The season is scheduled to begin March 29, with games played on Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays. The cost is $50 and can be paid by cash, check, ...
After struggling with weather, illness and a host of strong opponents, the Richmond Hill tennis team has entered region play with authority. Both the boys and the girls wielded impressive wins over Liberty County and Burke County.
The RHHS boys and girls soccer team continued their winning ways in recent competitions. On March 6, they played their first region matches against South Effingham, and they faced Liberty County in other regional competition on Friday.
Richmond Hill coach Mitchell Curry knew Thursday night's game was going to be his teams first real test. Brunswick plays in region 2-AAAA and has the talent to finish strong in their region. So when Curry looked up at the scoreboard in the top of the sixth and saw his team leading 9-2 he had to be pretty pleased.
Wednesday night the Redskins hosted Southeast Bulloch in a non-region baseball and JV-varsity doubleheader.
The night began with an introduction of the Richmond Hill players, middle school, junior varsity, and varsity to the teams supporters and fans. Then came a tribute to a former supporter and fan, Jim Bayens. Bayens, who passed away in 2006, was a long time supporter of Wildcat baseball. That support was commemorated with the unveiling of a sign that will hang on the backstop in his honor. His son, and former Wildcat ...
The number three is significant for Benedictine wrestler Ryan Gregory, who has placed third in Class AAA state the past two years.
The Redskins returned home to Redskin Field Wednesday night for a game against non-region opponent McIntosh County and lost in a close game 7-6.
The BCHS Redskin Baseball team opened their season Friday night with a scrimmage game against Bradwell Institute and a ceremony that honored former BCHS coach Albert Lodge and retired the jersey of former BCHS baseball player Russell Williams.
With two games now under their belts, albeit one of them was a pre-season practice game loss to Savannah Christian, head coach Mitchell Curry has to be fairly pleased with the results. The pitching is what he thought it would be and the rest isn't so bad either. On Monday night in Swainsboro the Wildcats rebounded nicely beating the always-tough Tigers on their own turf for a season starting 8-4 win.
It has become an annual event for Richmond Hill baseball. Carrabba's dinner and meet the team are as recognizable to Wildcat baseball as hotdogs and sand gnats. Last Tuesday night at the Richmond Hill High School cafeteria the local restaurant prepared meals for take out and dine in while head coach Mitchell Curry introduced his 2007 team to a room full of parents, boosters and administrators.
After their season opener against Statesboro was cancelled due to lighting issues, the RHHS girls' soccer team is off to a strong start.
Four of Georgia State Parks' lodges and resorts are or soon will be under new management, according to State Parks Director Becky Kelley.
Richmond Hill High School doesn't ordinarily bow out in the first round of the girls' state Class AAAAA soccer tournament.
Richmond Hill High School's soccer season came to a premature end Wednesday night as the Wildcats fell, 1-0, to visiting Evans in the first round of the boys' state Class AAAAA soccer tournament.
Three football players received honors at Richmond Hill High School's annual Black and Gold Game on April 26.
Richmond Hill High School freshman Rachel Hammesfahr, above, ran her way to a berth in the 3,200-meter run girls' state Class AAAAA meet during last weekend's sectionals in Augusta. In recent photos the girl identified as Hammesfahr was actually teammate Emily Hollowell. The Bryan County News regrets the error.
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