In coach Angie Hummeldorf's first season at the helm last year Richmond Hill High School went 17-13 and 9-1 in Region 3-AAAAA to advance to the state Class AAAAA softball tournament.
Bryan County High School is used to having success on the softball diamond. Big success. The Lady Redskins won more than 100 games from 2009-2012 and advanced to the state finals in Columbus three times during that span under coach Al Butler, who's team struggled to an uncharacteristic 13-17 last season - a year which also happened to be the program's first in Class AA. Butler doesn't expect the same results this year. "This is ...
Bryan County High School opens the 2013 softball season at 5 p.m. Friday at McIntosh County Academy in a nonregion contest. The Lady Redskins were slated to open at home, but construction and heavy rains forced the team to change their schedule.
The Bryan County High School Redskins will play on the tube this fall. Bryan County's home football matchup with Calvary Baptist is slated to be the Aug. 29 WSAV Thursday Night Blitz game of the week.
WaterWays Township a 2,300-acre gated master-planned community in south Bryan County, announced their participation as the hosting site for the TOPO Athletic 5K and 10K Trek; a multi-race event designed to attract all levels of walkers and runners with unique courses that will challenge participants while providing the opportunity to experience different layouts that wind through the beautiful neighborhoods of Waterways Township.
Bryan County High School picked up wins over St. Pius, Providence Christian and Wesleyan in preseason softball action in Norcross earlier this week.
Richmond Hill High School senior Alex Peraldo was a key reason the Wildcats won their first region baseball title in the program's history. Now, he'll take the talents that earned him first-team All Region 3-AAAAA honors as a centerfielder to nearby Savannah State University after he was given preferred walk-on status by the Tigers.
The Hendrix Park 14U junior girls, fondly known as the Beasts, finished second in the Georgia Recreation and Parks Association state tournament. The Beasts went unbeaten through the tournament until they fell twice to defending state champ Morgan Count.
The dust has settled, the smoke has cleared and I'm almost out of clichés, so here are five things I learned from the Georgia Little League 11/12 State Championship Tournament, played July 20-26 in Richmond Hill.
The Richmond Hill Chain Wildcats started their state championship march bywinning in Vidalia in the beginning of June.
A two-run single by Josh Evans in the bottom of the sixth inning Friday lifted Columbus Northern to an 8-7 win over rival Warner Robins in the championship game of the 2013 Georgia Little League 11/12 State Championship Tournament in Richmond Hill.
Columbus Northern downed rival Warner Robins 8-7 on Friday in Richmond Hill to win the 2013 Georgia Little League 11/12 state championship.
Little League powerhouses Columbus Northern and Warner Robins will meet for the 2013 Georgia Little League 11/12 state championship Friday in Richmond Hill.
Youth football camp Richmond Hill High School will conduct a youth football camp for kids who will be in grades 4-8. The camp is 6-8 p.m. July 29-Aug. 1 at RHHS. The cost is $40 per camper. The camp is an opportunity for all levels of players in grades 4-8 to hone skill sets, learn fundamentals and build a foundation of skills. Make all checks payable to the Richmond Hill Gridiron Club, P.O. Box 252, ...
Pembroke's Sarah Edwards helped Team Savannah defeat Team Hilton Head in the 2013 PGA Junior League golf playoffs Saturday at Harbour Town Golf Links at Sea Pines resort in Hilton Head. Edwards is a Bryan County Middle School student and member of Black Creek Golf Club. Team Savannah's 9-3 win over Hilton Head advances them to the South Carolina state championship July 29 at Fort Jackson Golf Club in Columbia. PGA Junior League is designed for ...
Bryan County High School (21-12) advanced to the second round of the state Class AA tournament with a 9-8 win over Crawford County on Thursday in Roberta.
The stakes remain high for the football programs at both Richmond Hill and Bryan County High School.
It's that time of year again.
Softball, volleyball playoffs on tap
SNAP at SBCRD
Lady Redskins to play Crawford County
Bryan County Middle School celebrated Homecoming recently and coach Mario Mincey, who also works as the school's athletic directory, decided to bring a little high school feel to the event.
The first Warriors For William 5K will be held Oct. 27 at J.F. Gregory Park in Richmond Hill. Details are in the flyer attached to this story.
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Richmond Hill High School celebrated Homecoming with a parade Thursday. Here are a few of our favorite photos. More photos are in the Oct. 5 issue of the Bryan County News. Rec Homecoming parade shots will run in the Oct. 9 issue of the BCN.
Richmond Hill High School improved to 5-0 overall and 2-0 in Region 3-AAAAA with a 41-6 win Friday night over Groves.
No. 6-ranked Benedictine handed Bryan County High School its first loss of the season Friday night, beating the Redskins 39-6 at Savannah State. The Redskins are now 5-1 overall and 4-1 in Region 2-AA.
Richmond Hill High School won its first Region 3-AAAAA game of the season on Friday night, with an exclamation point.
Two unbeatens will square off Friday night when Bryan County High School takes on Benedictine in a Region 2-AA showdown at Savannah State.
Richmond Hill High School blasted host Glynn Academy 47-28 on Friday night. The win improved the Wildcats to 4-0 overall. It was Richmond Hill's first Region 3-AAAAA victory.