Football season seems to be getting here faster every day.
Georgia Southern's annual Meet the Eagles event is set for Saturday at Paulson Stadium.
The 2012 Premier Coastal Empire Kingfish Classic Tournament will be Aug. 17-18 at Fort McAllister Marina in Richmond Hill.
The Richmond Hill High School softball team opens its 2012 season on Tuesday at 6 p.m. when the Lady Wildcats play host to Groves. The No. 3-ranked Bryan County High School Lady Redskins open the season on the road at Toombs County High School. The game is at 4 p.m. Tuesday.
Tiffany Howard is moving in to her dorm at Auburn University today, but before leaving the former Bryan County High School great had one more thing to do for her alma mater.
A new policy and Mother Nature's fury may be making it hard to get players in game shape for Friday nights.
Former Bryan County High School softball standout Tiffany Howard will throw out the first pitch when the Lady Resdkins take on Tattnall County in a scrimmage at 5 p.m. Thursday in Pembroke. The school will also unveil a banner retiring her number.
Coming off the programs' best record in 20- years, the Bryan County High School Redskins are preparing for the 2012 football season with an extra spring in their step. Here are some photos from a recent practice.
The Richmond Hill Area Tennis Association (RHATA) is looking for players to join the league for the upcoming fall season. The RHATA is approved by both the USTA Section and National office as a registered community tennis association. The group offers both competitive play and a fun, relaxed atmosphere for all levels of player.
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Just two seasons ago the Bryan County High School football team went 0-10.
It's been a busy offseason for the Richmond Hill High School football team. It's about to get even busier now that the regular season is here.
Richmond Hill High School was named a winner Tuesday of the 2012 Georgia EMC Cooperative Spirit Sportsmanship Award for Region 2-AAAA.
Coming off their first winning seasons in recent history, both the Bryan County High School Redskins and Richmond Hill High School Wildcats have been busy with summer workouts, camps and passing league tournaments.
Coastal Little League of Richmond Hill advanced Sunday night to the next round in the 2012 Georgia Little League 11-12 State Championship Tournament currently under way in Dunwoody.
Bryan County High School toppled McIntosh County Academy 51-26 during their Homecoming game Friday night. The school announced Homecoming Queen Paige Shuman and King Scotty Flint at the game.
The Richmond Hill Lady Wildcats took back-to-back wins over Woodland Wednesday in the first round of the state playoffs. The Lady Cats eked out a 14-13 win in dramatic fashion during game one.
Bryan County High School fell 43-22 to Bacon County in a Region 2-AA contest last Friday night in Alma.
Statesboro High School held off Richmond Hill 14-13 on Thursday night at Womack Field in Statesboro in a Region 3-AAAAA football game.
The Richmond Hill Wildcats hosted the Effingham County Rebels Friday and got sucker punched 24-20 en route to their third consecutive loss. The Wildcats nearly pulled out a win on a 92-yard drive late in the 4th quarter but came up three yards short of the winning touchdown as time expired on the clock.
Effingham County knocked off Richmond Hill 24-20.
It took nine innings to decide the winner and unfortunately for the Lady Redskins the Vidalia Softball team claimed the 9-6 win. Bryan County High School's late inning game was then followed by an 8-0 shutout loss to Vidalia during the first round of the Region 2-AA playoffs held Thursday.
The Richmond Hill High School varsity competition cheerleaders took first place at the Classic Cotton Cheer Competition on Sept. 27 in Jeff Davis County.
Richmond Hill will play host to Effingham County Friday night in a region 3-AAAAA football contest at 7:30 p.m. The Wildcats are coming off a 16-3 loss against Glynn Academy last Friday night.
Bryan County High School's football team will carry the 56-6 loss at Benedictine into their bye-week this Friday.
Bryan County High School's softball team went 2-2 in their last four region 2-AA games but did clinch a spot in the region playoffs which begins Thursday afternoon.
Bradwell Institute's softball team kept fighting, but the Richmond Hill girls edged out a 4-2 win in the final regular season and Region 3-AAAAA game.
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