BRUNSWICK - Some brown pelicans rescued from the Gulf oil spill last summer and released in Georgia not only returned to the state this spring but are nesting and raising young here.
Another student-athlete at Bryan County High School will compete at the college level after Kimberly Williams earned a track scholarship with Chattahoochee Technical College in Marietta.
Bryan County children attend the third annual Challenger Sports Soccer Camp at Hendrix Park. Coaches Ashley Whiteley and Danny Smith of England are two of more than 1,800 soccer coaches who come to the United States every summer for eight weeks and work on developing young American soccer athletes. This year Hendrix park is hosting 17 campers ages 4 to 14 in two groups. For more details visit www.hendrixpark.org.
The Richmond Hill Rock Hounds won the 2011 8-year-old title by defeating Team Storm 11-10 on June 6.
The Richmond Hill Recreation Association recently held its Minor and Major boys baseball championships. We'll provide names as soon as we get them. In the meantime, here are some photos to enjoy.
Richmond Hill High School's Kevin Matthews has been picked by the Texas Rangers as their first-round choice in Major League Baseball's first-year draft.
The Richmond Hill Recreation Association held an end-of-season softball tournament at Henderson Park over the Memorial Day weekend.
Teams are being sought to compete in the Jason Dahlke Memorial Energy Adventure Challenge on June 4 at Fort McAllister State Park in Richmond Hill.
A massive fish kill along a 40-mile stretch of the Ogeechee River is puzzling environmentalists, who have closed public landings and are awaiting test results to learn the cause.
The 2011 Richmond Hill High School baseball team held its banquet recently.
Three Bryan County High student-athletes signed letters of intent May 18 to play their respective sports at the college level.
The Bryan County High track team gathered together at school on Wednesday, May 18 with head coach Blake Nesmith and assistant coach Mario Mincey to celebrate another successful season and several tracksters were recognized for their outstanding efforts and improvements from the 2011 season.
Richmond Hill's Zach Broome made the University of South Carolina football team as a walk-on earlier this year and will be on the Gamecocks roster in 2011. That apparently makes Broome the first player from Richmond Hill High School to play on a Southeastern Conference team. Broome, who is 6-foot-3 and weighs 205 pounds, will be at wide receiver for South Carolina.
Without Erk Russell leading the Junkyard Dog defense, the University of Georgia might still have won the 1980 national title.
The Bryan County High football team concluded two weeks of spring football practice with a Red and White intra-squad game Friday night in front of faithful fans and parents.
LRS Sports is holding a high school football combine at Richmond Hill High School from 5-7 p.m. Thursday.
Like you, I tend to start really missing college football about this time of year. It's almost enough to make me a fan of The Sun Belt conference. Troy State versus Western Kentucky, anyone? Oh, wait. Troy dropped the State from its moniker. It's now Troy University. I understand why. Last time I checked, not one of the 50 states in the U.S. was called Troy.
Note to high school football fans in South Bryan:
The 2013 Mudhens of the South Bryan County Recreation Department went 15-0 in the Coastal Little League Minors Division this season. The team consists of Jackson Cantele, Jacob Wood, Justin Pollock, Matthew Reed, Zachary Frantz, Anthony Allen, Jack Messinger, Camden Bunker, Jeremy Smith, Quincy Kent and Xavier Alicea. Coaches are head coach Tony Cantele and assistant coaches Jerry Bunker and Bill Reed. The Mudhens went 12-0 during the regular season and went 3-0 during the ...
Bryan County High School recently held a basketball camp for dozens of youngsters.
Hires basketball camp
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