WAYCROSS - Commercial fishermen can take to the water at 6 a.m. Jan. 1, which is the opening day of the state's shad season, according to the Georgia Department of Natural Resources' Wildlife Resources Division. Shad season runs through midnight Monday, March 31.
Bryan County High School's Nick Scott and Richmond Hill High School's Nick Fitzgerald were named to the Georgia Sportswriters Association All-State football team, it was announced Sunday.
Bryan County High School catcher Logan Harrell had a career year in 2013.
Bryan County High School's basketball teams will be home for the holidays this Christmas, thanks to the Bryan County Classic beginning Friday.
Richmond Hill High School quarterback Nick Fitzgerald was named the Region 3-AAAAA Player of the Year by the region's coaches, it was announced recently
Richmond Hill High School will scrimmage high-powered Camden County in football the next two seasons, RHHS Athletic Director Mickey Bayens said.
No other football team in the history of Richmond Hill has done what the 12U Wildcat team has done - bring home a state title.
If Brendan Vasher weren't such an accomplished runner, he'd like to become a serious golfer.
Lady 'Skins drop heartbreakers
Wildcats get win
It was a mixed bag Tuesday night for Richmond Hill High School and Bryan County High School, as far as home openers go. The Lady Wildcats (2-1) knocked off Liberty County 46-39 behind 15 points from Keeara Jackson and 10 from Hannah Riley. The boys, meanwhile, fell 68-42 to the Panthers. Daniel Wilder was the only Wildcat in double figures. In Pembroke, the Redskins took on McIntosh County Academy in 2-AA acation. The boys' fell 82-37 to drop to 1-1 on the season while the girls lost 65-39 to fall to 1-2. Both RHHS and BCHS were on the road ...
BCHS catcher Logan Harrell was one of two players from Region 2-AA to earn All-State honors, it was announced Thursday by her coach, Al Butler.
Call it a mixed blessing.
There's never a dull day for the athletic director of a Football Bowl Subdivision program.
The Sarah Brown era at Richmond Hill High School is off to a pretty good start.
Welcome to the first installment of the by now surely famous second-or-third-or-fourth annual Bryan County News football-forecasting, pigskin-picking gridiron-guessing contest, which is also known as an exercise in futility for a certain Bryan County News staff writer.
Richmond Hill High School softball players are selling breast cancer awareness t-shirts to raise money for a local breast cancer awareness organization.
Bryan County High School fell 26-0 to host Metter on Friday night in the 2014 football season opener for both teams.
Lady Wildcats win opener
In five seasons, Richmond Hill High School cross country coach Levi Sybert has turned the program into one of the best on the coast.
Call them full dress rehearsals - a last minute chance for coaches to see how their teams look against an opponent and a first glimpse of what's to come for fans itching for the start of the high school football season.
Richmond Hill High School baseball coach Stacy Bennett called first baseman Shane Buerster and pitcher Slade Walker two big reasons the 2014 Wildcats won 20 games in a single season for the first time in the program's history.
They're used to winning in Pembroke, where Bryan County High School's softball program has long been one of the best in the state.
Richmond Hill High School finds itself in a "new" Region 3-AAAAA this year, but third-year softball coach Angie Hummeldorf expects her team to remain competitive and be in the hunt for a third straight trip to the state Class AAAAA playoffs.
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