In a battle between two teams ranked in the top 10 in Class A, No. 4 Bryan County High Lady Redskins will play No. 9 Calvary Day for the Region 3-A title tonight.
Richmond Hill beat Effingham County 53-45 on Thursday to advance to the Region 2-AAAA semifinals. The win qualifies the Wildcats for the state playoffs for the first time in eight years.
Top seed Statesboro beat Richmond Hill High School 58-43 Wednesday night in the second round of the Region 2-AAAA girls basketball playoffs at South Effingham High School.
Bryan County's rough, tough season is over.
Three players scored in double figures to help lead Richmond Hill High School to a 62-40 win over Greenbrier in the first round of the Region 2-AAAA tourney on Monday at South Effingham High School.
The seedings have been set for the Region 2-AAAA basketball tournament at South Effingham High School and though neither the Richmond Hill boys or girls finished the regular season well enough to earn first-round byes, both are hopeful of advancing to state.
Both Bryan County High School basketall teams will head into the Region 3-A tourney with wins under their belt. The No. 3 ranked Lady Redskins (22-3, 9-1) closed out the regular schedule with a 63-46 win over Southeast Bulloch on Saturday night in Brooklet.
Richmond Hill High School junior Kyle Pierce won a Region 2-AAAA wrestling title Saturday in Brunswick.
The Bryan County High School Lady Redskins beat Metter 53-18 Friday night at MSH to clinch the regular season Region 3A-A title.
Richmond Hill dropped both ends of a Region 2A-AAAA basketball doubleheader at Glynn Academy in Brunswick on Friday.
Richmond Hill beat Ware County 51-44 in a Region 2A-AAAA matchup Tuesday in Waycross.
Bryan County High School beat host Savannah Country Day 52-31 on Tuesday in a Region 3A-A contest. Tiffany Howard led BCHS with 17 points and Satashala Beasely added 12.
Lady Redskins beat No. 2, No. 1.
Georgia Game Changers Running Company and Jalapeno's Mexican Restaurant have partnered with the largest grassroots running organization in the country, the Road Runners Club of America, to promote the 9th Annual RUN@WORK Day on Sept. 19.
The Redskins defense played lights out, Jeremy McClendon threw a 42-yard pass touchdown pass to Marcus Johnson and Christian Thomas added a 40-yard field goal to propel Bryan County High School to a 10-7 win over Southeast Bulloch in a Thursday night game.
Uh-oh, it's another pigskin picking column. This one looks ahead, not behind. In other words, I haven't gotten a tally of how folks did last week. I do know Johnny Campbell is in the lead. At this rate, he'll win something by the end of the year. What that might be is still up in the air.
Richmond Hill waltzed into Olvey Field and handed the Bradwell Tigers a 28-7 Region 3-AAAAA loss Friday night. The Wildcats were led offensively by Ronnie Harris. The senior had amassed more than 140 rushing yards just in the first half, unofficially. The Richmond Hill boys converted Tiger turnovers into points.
Bryan County High School picked up its first win of the season Thursday, downing Southeast Bulloch 10-7.
Richmond Hill's softball team was in Springfield Tuesday afternoon where the Lady Rebels took a 4-1 win in a Region 3-AAAAA game. Official stats have yet to be posted but according to box scores available one maxpreps.com the Wildcats had a 1-0 lead in the first inning. The Effingham girls quickly turned the game to their advantage adding two runs in the second inning and driving in two more unanswered runs in the third for the victory.
Lady Redskin sisters Brooke and Shelby Barfield combined to give up only three hits and allowed no runs in Bryan County's 8-0 shutout over St. Vincent's last week in a home game and Region 2-AA contest.
Ronnie Harris ran for 185 yards and two TDs as Richmond Hill High School beat Johnson 20-0 on Friday night at Wildcat Stadium.
Bryan County High School fell 29-21 to Claxton in a nonregion football game Friday night in Pembrike. The Redskins (0-2) led until late in the fourth quarter.
The Richmond Hill Lady Wildcats edged out a one-run win and then lost by one run in back-to-back nail biters in their last two outings.
The 17th annual Boy Scouts of America Sporting Clays Shoot is Saturday, Oct. 4 at Roberts Shooting Preserve at 6122 Highway 17 North in Egypt.
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