It sure isn't getting any easier for the Richmond Hill High School football team.
By Rob Elliott
No. 2-ranked Bryan County High School is back in action in the state tournament today. The Lady Redskins (28-7) take on Miller County (22-7 10-2 in Region 1-A) in a best-of-three series that begins at 2 p.m. today at Lady Redskins Field. The winner moves on to the Class A state finals. (Christie Howard)
Now in his ninth season as cross country coach at Richmond Hill High School, Levi Sybert sounds like he's having a ball
It was a hard night for Bryan County and Richmond Hill fans. The Redskins trailed 27-0 until the fourth quarter where they scored on passes of 29 yards, 1 yard and 26 yards. But Calvary Day held the advantage winning 27-20.
On a beautiful, sunny Saturday in Evans, at the Augusta State University Jaguar Invitational, the Richmond Hill High School girls took home the second-place plaque, with three girls placing in the top 15, two in the top 10. It was one of the most challenging, hilly courses the girls have faced this season.
When Richmond Hill High School's softball team played well, the Lady Wildcats were hard to beat.
The No. 2-ranked Bryan County High School softball team swept Pacelli on Wednesday to advance to the second round of the state Class A playoffs.
Here are the results of the PrepCountry.com Softball Coaches Poll for the week of Oct. 10. Area teams in bold. Bryan County High School (27-6) opens the Class A playoffs at home on Wednesday at 2 p.m. when the Lady Redskins take on Pacelli.
Hello, friends and fellow anglers. Tight Line Jr. here. All this lovely weather we've had lately really makes me want to be outside and fishing.
Lined up underneath moss-draped live oaks - just a stone's throw from the marsh's edge - runners stretched and set timers ahead of the second annual Sunbury 5K on Saturday morning.
Richmond Hill High School dropped from the ranks of the unbeaten with a 14-13 loss to Wayne County on Friday night at Wildcats Stadium.
Metter topped Bryan County High School 21-6 on Friday night in Pembroke, sending the Redskins to their first loss of the season.
STATESBORO, Ga. - Georgia Southern Women's Soccer pounded two late goals across the line for a 2-0 victory over Western Carolina on Friday, October 7th, at Eagle Field. The win gives the Eagles their first league win of the season and improves Georgia Southern to 3-7-2 overall. Western Carolina falls to 8-4-1 overall and 3-2-0 in league play.
The girls on the Richmond Hill High School volleyball team will begin their bid for a second trip to the state tournament in three years when they take on Lakeside-Evans on Saturday at 9 a.m. at South Effingham in the first round of the Region 2-AAAA tourney.
Check out the latest RecPlay photos in the Feb. 2 issue of the Bryan County News.
Lady Redskins get key win
Lyman Guy is the new head football coach at Toombs County High School.
Richmond Hill High School football coach Lyman Guy is has taken the job as head football coach at Toombs County High School, he said via text Monday.
The South Bryan County Recreation Department's youth wrestlers made a little history last weekend.
If you get a chance to get out to Richmond Hill High School on Saturday night, by all means do it.
Lady Redskins give Vidalia a game
Richmond Hill wrestlers trounce Warriors
The NCAA Division I Football Championship Subdivision (FCS) Offensive Player of the Year Award, presented by College Sporting News (CSN), has been named in honor of Georgia Southern's Adrian "A.P." Peterson.
There are many reasons why people partake in a "fast": spiritual closeness to God, toxin removal and/or medical reasons, such as before a cholesterol test.
Richmond Hill's local running company, Georgia Game Changers, is once again directing this year's Richmond Hill Resolution Runz, to benefit the Richmond Hill High School JROTC battalion.
Wildcat wrestlers on track
If you follow prep sports in the Coastal Empire, chances are you've spotted Stephenie Clay in a high school gym.
MANSFIELD - For hunting enthusiasts who have dreamed of going beyond the rifle-shooting basics but weren't sure where to start, the Family Day at the Range series provides an opportunity. The sessions will offer training courses for participants who want to learn about or advance their knowledge of firearms safety. Attendees also will get the chance to shoot a variety of firearms.