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 local tournament. It wasn't a cake walk as they had to come from behind in six games, including the championship game, to take the ...
Bryan County High School recently held a basketball camp for dozens of youngsters.
Hires basketball camp
Day run at J.F. Gregory
Former Bryan County High School standout Tiffany Howard was named to the 2013 freshman All-SEC team, the conference announced recently.
When it comes to high school kickers, Bryan County was blessed with two of the nation's best last season.
Just so you know, Bryan County High School junior Ty Wilson seems to have his future all mapped out.
The race started bright and early this morning at Warrior's Walk on Fort Stewart, winds through post to Pembroke and then down Highway 280.
BCHS hoops camp
Richmond Hill High School guard Jeremiah Hill will keep his shooting touch close to home.
Run across Georgia in Pembroke
Kyle Jamar and Brian Strahan were the aces on the Richmond Hill High School pitching staff this season, helping the Wildcats win their first region title in the program's history.
Both Bryan County and Richmond Hill dominated their games Friday. Bryan beat Bacon County 28-7, while the Wildcats beat Windsor Forest 41-0.
Runners from Richmond Hill High School and Bryan County High School are competing in the state all classifications cross country meet today in Carrollton.
Richmond Hill High School (8-1) is ranked No. 14 in the Georgia High School Football Daily's composite poll of Class AAAAA teams.
Maybe it's just coincidence. Maybe something else is at work.
Bryan County High School downed Metter 27-14 Friday night in Metter in a 2-AA game. The win improved the Redskins to 7-2 overall and 6-2 in Region 2-AA.
The South Bryan County Recreation Department has been involved in Special Olympics for at least two years now.
Richmond Hill Middle Scool made its fourth consecutive championship Wednesday, falling 42-12 to a big, talented Screven County Middle School squad. The Wildcats went 28-4 over that 4-year span and coach Randell Boone said he was pleased with the effort his team put forth this year. After only returning one starter from last year's championship team, Boone had several player's step up and take on big roles. Michael Brooks and Aaron Bedgood were the offensive team leader's this year. Bedgood, a seventh grader, stepped in and played multiple offensive positions, and played them all very well, Boone ...
Bryan County High School dumped Atkinson County 43-13 and Richmond Hill High School got past Bradwell Institute 28-14 in Friday night football action.
Heartbreaker for BCHS
After falling into a two-touchdown hole in the first quarter, Bryan County High School had its chances Friday night against No. 10-ranked Vidalia.
Destiny can change the outcome of the last three games of the season, but the Wildcats may have lost the Region 3-AAAAA title Friday night at Memorial Stadium to Ware County, 34-17.
Richmond Hill High School (6-1, 3-1) and Bryan County High School (5-2, 4-2) both dropped important region games to ranked teams Friday night.
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.