It was not the game most envisioned after Richmond Hill got their season off to a fast 7-1 start. That tempo has now been slowed with four Wildcat losses in a row, the latest two coming in a five inning, 10-0, region 3-AAA opening loss to South Effingham and then a 9-0 loss to the Effingham County Rebels on Saturday.
The BCHS Redskins traveled to Portal for a game against region opponent the Portal Panthers where they faced a devastating loss.
The Bryan County High School Redskins Baseball team needed a boost after their disappointing loss against non-region opponent Southeast Bulloch and they got just that March 9. With a full team back in action, the Redskins scored a 5-3 non-region home game victory against Tattnall County.
The BCHS Redskin baseball team beat Savannah Country Day 4-3 which included a no-hitter and nine strike-outs from pitcher Wesley Wilkes.
A few days after their defense helped squeak them past a tough 4-3 test with Savannah Christian, the Wildcat defense, which has been sterling so far this season, finally showed a chink in its armor.
Two incredibly frustrating losses were suffered by both the boys and girls RHHS soccer teams in region play on Tuesday. The boys lost 2-1 to BC in overtime, and the girls lost 2-1 to St. Vincent's in double overtime.
The RHHS boys and girls tennis raised their levels of play to defeat a stubborn Claxton team on Thursday. The girls managed a 5-0 shutout and the boys squeaked by with a 3-2 win.
Retribution was delivered to both the boys and girls RHHS soccer teams on Tuesday. Last week, they both suffered frustratingly narrow losses to rival teams, but both came back this week with victories with the girls beating St. Vincent's and the boys beating BC.
For five complete innings on Tuesday, Richmond Hill's Scott Strickland flirted with a no-hitter against Richmond Hill's old nemesis Savannah Christian, but for five innings his teammates failed to provide him with any run support. It would take a rally in the final two innings to give the Wildcats and Strickland the 4-3 well deserved victory.
The BCHS boys and girls track teams had a meet on Wednesday against Southeast Bulloch and Tattnall County. Although both teams came in third, there were some strong individual performances.
The RHHS Wildcat Tennis Teams divided bragging rights in a non-region match on March 13. AAAAA School Glynn Academy was edged out by the boys team but defeated the girls. On Monday, Coach Pat Paruso tried an alternate line-up which had mixed results for their competition with Statesboro.
This past Thursday, the BCHS tennis teams split with Claxton High School at a competition in Claxton when the boys lost 3-2 and the girls won 5-0. On Monday at home, the BCHS boys won 5-0 and the girls won 3-2 in matches against Jenkins County.
Richmond Hill baseball has shined brightly for most of this early season. Except for a few innings of unexplainable, inexplicable, and now add to the adjectives "bizarre", failings that have led to all three of their losses - the Wildcats could have easily been undefeated. The most recent a 4-3 loss at Bradwell, a team they beat handily less than two weeks earlier, had performed the latest voodoo via the bunt in the fourth inning ...
The RHHS boys and girls soccer teams split non-region matches against the bigger classification Glynn Academy on Friday.
There are many facts about Bryan County High School basketball player Willie Deloach that garner him being our February Bryan County Athlete of the Month.
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.