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.
Richmond Hill's boys and girls soccer teams kicked off their respective seasons last weekend at the Effingham Jamboree. The Lady Wildcats went 2-0-1, picking up a 4-0 win over Brunswick. Laura Nunnery scored twice on assists from Allison Synder and Katie Berry while Lori Barnes scored on an assist from Lauren Regan and Lauren Hall kicked in an unassisted goal. Keeper Sarah Parker finished with five saves. The Wildcats went 0-1-2. Richmond Hill ...
Though they've faced some tough matches, the RHHS boys' soccer team remains undefeated so far this season.
The Lady Redskins traveled to Savannah Country Day School last Wednesday. Unfortunately, their season ended in a loss to the Lady Hornets 45-8. Missed shots proved to be the undoing of the Lady Skins.
Although the Richmond Hill girls basketball team were eliminated in the first round the state playoffs in Columbus after a 70-20 loss to Columbus this past Friday, coach Wade Wright said they still have every reason to be proud.
The BCHS Redskins traveled to the Region 3A tournament in Savannah last Wednesday evening. The seeding dictated that the Redskins play number 2 ranked Emanuel County.
Love was in the air for a number of Richmond Hill residents in February, and it didn't revolve solely around Valentine's Day.
The BCHS tennis teams, under Head Coach Tommy Gibbs, have gotten off to a great start. With four competitions each under their belt, they each boast three victories.
Just a little over two months ago the Richmond Hill High School wrestling team was founded.
At the region tournament in Augusta on Wednesday, Feb. 14, the Richmond Hill High School girls basketball team defeated the highly touted Butler team to win a trip to the state playoffs.
It has been a rough but amazing season for the Bryan County Redskins, finishing their schedule with 5 wins and 19 losses. Last Tuesday night, the Redskins found a victory against Pierce County 44-34, but lost an exciting game to Claxton 40-37 Friday night. Saturday night's game saw another loss 52-41 against Metter.
Although the Richmond Hill boys finished the season as they started it, with another two losses in the final week, two of many that have piled up this season, throughout they have played hard, held their heads high, and respected each other as a team. On Saturday night against Jenkins, senior night, they respected those players who will be moving on.
With games last Tuesday, Friday, and Saturday nights the Bryan County Lady Redskins end their regular season with 3 wins and 21 losses. The Pierce County Lady Bears trampled the Lady 'Skins 43-36 on Tuesday night, while the Claxton Lady Tigers pounced on the BCHS girls 50-46 Friday. Saturday night, the last game of the regular season, the Lady Redskins came close, but couldn't pull out the win against Metter 45-43.
Richmond Hill Lady Wildcats coach Wade Wright said his team has three mottos.
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.