Every fisherman knows that a bad day fishing is better than a good day working. In spite of cooler winter weather, a few hardy souls will still take to the water for a chance to catch that big one.
Spencer Buck has been nominated for the U.S. Air Force High Flyers. He is a finalist for the U.S. Air Force High Flyer of the Year, honoring the best high school basketball players in Georgia. F
Bryan County High School forward Satashala Beasley is in the running for the U.S. Air Force High Flyers Award. You can go to http://www.thesportsflash.com/USAF-HIGHFLYERS-GA-FINALISTS-GIRLS.htm to vote for Beasley.
Senior Nathan Ward threw a complete game shutout, striking out 12, to lead Richmond Hill High School to a 1-0 win over Region 2A-AAAA foe Wayne County on Tuesday night at Wildcats Field. Davis Townsend was the hard luck losing pitcher for Wayne. He also throwing a complete game one hitter but gave up an unearned run in the 4th inning.
The public is invited to a catch-and-release bass tournament March 17 on Fort Stewart.
Plans for a Family Dollar store in Richmond Hill will soon head to the Richmond Hill City Council after a decision Thursday by the city's Planning and Zoning Commission.
Aliyah Johnson was named the top player in Region 2-AAAA by region coaches after the Lady Wildcats (24-3) won the 2-AAAA title and set a school record for consecutive games won. Johnson, who has signed with Wofford, averaged 19 points a game this season. Also earning postseason honors were coach Elizabeth Bennett, coach of the year, Keeara Jackson, second team and Sarah Goolsby and Charmia Graham, who earned honorable mention. On the boy's team, Spencer Buck, James Williams, Kody Morales and Alex Cruz earned All Region 2A-AAAA .
Bainbridge upset Richmond Hill High School 62-53 on Friday night in the first round of the girls' state Class AAAA basketball playoffs on Friday night in Richmond Hill. The loss ends the Lady Wildcats' season. Richmond Hill finished 25-3.
Several schools across the county will get a little financial boost after the Bryan County Board of Education approved Thursday more than $9,000 in donations for five schools.
When it comes to basketball, Richmond Hill High School senior Sydney Millek is no slacker.
Applause followed the unanimous denial by the Richmond Hill City Council of another request to waive zoning conditions associated with the property known as Colonial Marsh at Tuesday's regularly scheduled meeting.
AASU must be filling pretty good about recent signees Ryan Esenwein and Nathan Ward after both Richmond Hill players played prominent roles in their season opening 13-3 win against Bryan County. Esenwein pitched five innings, giving up two hits and only one earned run and Ward hit a two-out grand slam to push the Wildcats lead to 10-3 in the third inning. Esenwein struck out eight and walked four in his complete game win. Ward finished 1-for-3 with four RBIs and three runs scored. Senior Hunter Hadley went 2-for-4 with three RBIs and freshman Jonah Reyes had two RBIs. RHHS ...
It was a match up that the Richmond Lady Wildcats had been waiting on since Nov. 22. The Lady Cats lost to then No. 1-ranked Statesboro 70-40.
It was only a quarterfinal game on a Thursday night but if you didn't have a seat in the Richmond Hill gym thirty minutes before the 8 p.m. tipoff, you didn't get one.
Everywhere you look, it's been a banner year for the girls' basketball program at Richmond Hill High School.
Bryan County High School toppled McIntosh County Academy 51-26 during their Homecoming game Friday night. The school announced Homecoming Queen Paige Shuman and King Scotty Flint at the game.
The Richmond Hill Lady Wildcats took back-to-back wins over Woodland Wednesday in the first round of the state playoffs. The Lady Cats eked out a 14-13 win in dramatic fashion during game one.
Bryan County High School fell 43-22 to Bacon County in a Region 2-AA contest last Friday night in Alma.
Statesboro High School held off Richmond Hill 14-13 on Thursday night at Womack Field in Statesboro in a Region 3-AAAAA football game.
The Richmond Hill Wildcats hosted the Effingham County Rebels Friday and got sucker punched 24-20 en route to their third consecutive loss. The Wildcats nearly pulled out a win on a 92-yard drive late in the 4th quarter but came up three yards short of the winning touchdown as time expired on the clock.
Effingham County knocked off Richmond Hill 24-20.
It took nine innings to decide the winner and unfortunately for the Lady Redskins the Vidalia Softball team claimed the 9-6 win. Bryan County High School's late inning game was then followed by an 8-0 shutout loss to Vidalia during the first round of the Region 2-AA playoffs held Thursday.
The Richmond Hill High School varsity competition cheerleaders took first place at the Classic Cotton Cheer Competition on Sept. 27 in Jeff Davis County.
Richmond Hill will play host to Effingham County Friday night in a region 3-AAAAA football contest at 7:30 p.m. The Wildcats are coming off a 16-3 loss against Glynn Academy last Friday night.
Bryan County High School's football team will carry the 56-6 loss at Benedictine into their bye-week this Friday.
Bryan County High School's softball team went 2-2 in their last four region 2-AA games but did clinch a spot in the region playoffs which begins Thursday afternoon.
Bradwell Institute's softball team kept fighting, but the Richmond Hill girls edged out a 4-2 win in the final regular season and Region 3-AAAAA game.
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