Richmond Hill High School's Jeremiah Hill, Brian Strahan and Kyle Jamar announced their choice of colleges during ceremonies Thursday afternoon at the school.
For the better part of a decade, my weekends and summers have been spent at a baseball field.
On an overcast Wednesday afternoon, a new day dawned as Georgia Southern Women's Rifle Team held tryouts at the University's ROTC shooting range.
I hate to say it, but Richmond Hill High School's proud soccer programs could be learning something Bradwell Institute football coaches figured out quite some time back.
South Bryan County Recreation Department wrestlers Tate Evans, Trenton Higginbotham and Yhsaac Bringer brought home first-place finishes in their respective weight classes in the iron-man competition during the Georgia State Games held April 27-28 in Marietta.
Richmond Hill High School's Corey Jones placed second in the 800 at the boys' Class AAAAA track meet Saturday in Jefferson. Read more in Wednesdays' Bryan County News.
Richmond Hill High School fell 6-2 to No. 4-ranked Greenbrier in a first-round state Class AAAAA baseball game Saturday at Wildcats Field.
Richmond Hill survived the rain and the best efforts of Greenbrier to win the nightcap 5-4 in six innings to force a third game in the first round of the AAAAA state baseball playoffs. Brian Strahan threw another complete game for the win and Chandler Newman went 2-for-3 with 2 rbi. Alex Peraldo went 2for-4 and made what could have been the defensive play of the game by running down a deep fly ball in center field and throwing out a Greenbrier runner at second base trying to tag up. The game was called in the seventh inning after playing ...
Richmond Hill High School (15-4) fell 1-0 to Evans in the first round of the boys' Class AAAAA soccer playoffs Wednesday night at Wildcats Stadium.
Richmond Hill High School fell 2-1 to Houston County in the opening round of the girls' Class AAAAA soccer playoffs on Tuesday at Wildcats Stadium.
If you visit the Internet and come across the conversations between Georgia Southern fans and Georgia State fans on the forums, it's pretty apparent there's a football rivalry brewing there.
In a week's time Richmond Hill High School has won the two biggest games in it's history and claimed its first region title in program history. On Tuesday, it was Kyle Jamar on the mound and timely hitting from Michael Teston, Chaise Parker and Justin Henle leading the way to a 4-2 win over Ware Co. Last Tuesday, Brian Strahan threw a 3-hit, complete game shutout against Glynn Academy and Jamar followed suit with a 1-hit, complete game outing. RH is on a 7 game region winning streak going into their final region game today against Jenkins.
Richmonnd Hill High School's Amanda Elliott, Rachel Hammesfahr and Corey Jones won titles at the Region 3-AAAA track meet last week at Ware County High School.
First, a correction: The photos in Saturday's paper of Richmond Hill High School's "Pack the Park" day were provided to this paper courtesy Dianne Strahan. They were taken by Stacy Henle, but I got the photo credit because I neglected to inform the copy editor doing the layout that I wasn't the one who took the photos.
Richmond Hill Middle School won the girls' Coastal Empire Region soccer title with a 2-0 win over top-seeded Ebenezer on April 9.
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.