The dark blue custom digital camouflage Nike jerseys worn by the Georgia Southern Football team in its victory on Military Appreciation Day are being auctioned off. Thirty of the camo jerseys will be available in the initial auction ending Sunday with a starting bid of $200 for each jersey. Fans may submit bids for the jerseys at http://www.charityauctionstoday.com/store/GSUAthleticFoundation.
Liberty County on Tuesday night in the Wildcats' home opener, RHHS will be without a number of key players from recent years – from J.J. Franklin and Alex Cruz to Kody Morales, Spencer Buck and James Williams.
Lady Wildcats win The Richmond Hill High School girls' basketball team knocked off Claxton 52-46 in overtime on Saturday in the South Effingham Thanksgiving Tournament. Keeara Jackson led the Lady Wildcats (2-0) with a game-high 17 points. Kadijah Scriven finished with 14 for Richmond Hill. Ciara Patrick had nine points, Hannah Riley finished with five and Krissi McCauley had four points. Brandy Franklin chipped in three points. In boys' action, Richmond Hill fell 60-49 to ...
Richmond Hill's best season in more than a decade came to an abrupt end Friday night in Warner Robins, as the Wildcats fell 17-15 to the Demons on a last-second field goal.
The Richmond Hill Wildcats put up a tough fight Saturday in Warner Robins, but it wasn't enough to come home with a win from the first round of the playoffs.
Someone told me earlier this year that Georgia high school football didn't compare to its counterpart in Alabama. I think what they meant was football is better there. Well, ok.
Richmond Hill High School junior Corey Jones finished sixth in the Class AAAAA race on Saturday in Carrolton to pace the Wildcats to a 17th place team finish.
The 13th annual Good Ol' Boys-John Stevens Santa Scramble worked its Christmas magic again this year.
More than 200 racers participated in the third annual Capt. Matthew Freeman 5K Run for Peace on Monday in Richmond Hill.
The Bryan County High football Redskins closed out their season Friday in Alma as they fell to Bacon County 21-0 in a Region 2-AA matchup. The Redskins finished the season on a high note by winning two of their last three games and ended with a 3-7, 3-6 record.
Ask Richmond Hill High School football coach Lyman Guy what concerns him about first-round playoff opponent Warner Robins and he flips the question around.
Bryan County News freelance photographer Julia Harrison went out with Richmond Hill Sailing on Nov. 3 to cover the Sunbury Regatta. Here are some of the photos she came back with.
Richmond Hill High School will play Warner Robins on Saturday, Nov. 17 in the first round of the state Class AAAAA football playoffs.
Bryan County High traveled to Bacon County Friday night for their final football game of the season and suffered a 21-0 loss. Bacon County held a 7-0 halftime lead as the Redskins' defense played tough and it was still 7-0 heading into the fourth quarter where Bacon County added two touchdowns for the 21-0 win.
With the program's first state playoff berth since 1996 wrapped up, Richmond Hill High School's football team wrapped up the regular season with an exclamation point on Thursday night, blistering Windsor Forest 50-3 at Memorial Stadium in Savannah.
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.
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.
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