It sure isn't getting any easier for the Richmond Hill High School football team.
By Rob Elliott
No. 2-ranked Bryan County High School is back in action in the state tournament today. The Lady Redskins (28-7) take on Miller County (22-7 10-2 in Region 1-A) in a best-of-three series that begins at 2 p.m. today at Lady Redskins Field. The winner moves on to the Class A state finals. (Christie Howard)
Now in his ninth season as cross country coach at Richmond Hill High School, Levi Sybert sounds like he's having a ball
It was a hard night for Bryan County and Richmond Hill fans. The Redskins trailed 27-0 until the fourth quarter where they scored on passes of 29 yards, 1 yard and 26 yards. But Calvary Day held the advantage winning 27-20.
On a beautiful, sunny Saturday in Evans, at the Augusta State University Jaguar Invitational, the Richmond Hill High School girls took home the second-place plaque, with three girls placing in the top 15, two in the top 10. It was one of the most challenging, hilly courses the girls have faced this season.
When Richmond Hill High School's softball team played well, the Lady Wildcats were hard to beat.
The No. 2-ranked Bryan County High School softball team swept Pacelli on Wednesday to advance to the second round of the state Class A playoffs.
Here are the results of the PrepCountry.com Softball Coaches Poll for the week of Oct. 10. Area teams in bold. Bryan County High School (27-6) opens the Class A playoffs at home on Wednesday at 2 p.m. when the Lady Redskins take on Pacelli.
Hello, friends and fellow anglers. Tight Line Jr. here. All this lovely weather we've had lately really makes me want to be outside and fishing.
Lined up underneath moss-draped live oaks - just a stone's throw from the marsh's edge - runners stretched and set timers ahead of the second annual Sunbury 5K on Saturday morning.
Richmond Hill High School dropped from the ranks of the unbeaten with a 14-13 loss to Wayne County on Friday night at Wildcats Stadium.
Metter topped Bryan County High School 21-6 on Friday night in Pembroke, sending the Redskins to their first loss of the season.
STATESBORO, Ga. - Georgia Southern Women's Soccer pounded two late goals across the line for a 2-0 victory over Western Carolina on Friday, October 7th, at Eagle Field. The win gives the Eagles their first league win of the season and improves Georgia Southern to 3-7-2 overall. Western Carolina falls to 8-4-1 overall and 3-2-0 in league play.
The girls on the Richmond Hill High School volleyball team will begin their bid for a second trip to the state tournament in three years when they take on Lakeside-Evans on Saturday at 9 a.m. at South Effingham in the first round of the Region 2-AAAA tourney.
Bryan County High School celebrated homecoming on Thursday with a parade through Pembroke.
Bryan County High School beat McIntosh County Academy 27-20 on Friday night in Darien in a Region 2-AA football game. The Redskins improved to 4-0 overall and 3-0 in Region 2-AA.
Richmond Hill High School softball players recently raised money for the fight against breast cancer.
Run at work, or school
Alana Walker went 2-for-4 with two RBIs to lead Bryan County to a 6-3 win over Atkinson County on Tuesday in Pembroke. Taylor Roop, Brooke Barfield and Paige Shuman also had hits for the Lady Redskins. Walker got the win, pitching four innings and striking out two. Barfield threw three innings in relief, picking up four strikeouts.
Note: Due to a source error, the Bryan County News mistakenly reported Bryan County High School tied Toombs County 13-13 in Lyons on Friday night after seeing the score reported at 10:30 p.m. on MaxPreps, the Georgia High School Association's official sight. The Redskins won the game 34-27. The News regrets the error.
Logan Harrell homered twice and Brooke Barfield scattered eight hits and struck out five in seven innings to lead Bryan County to a 7-4 win over McIntosh County Academy on Tuesday in Pembroke. The win improved the Lady Redskins to 5-4 overall and 4-4 in 2-AA, according to gamechangers.com.
The Richmond Hill High School Wildcats (7-2, 3-1 Region 3-AAAAA) varsity softball team defeated Jenkins High 15-2 in 4 ininings on Tuesday. Hits: S. Lorimer (3-3, Double, 6 RBIs) A. Reed (2-2, 1 RBI & 2 Walks) C. WIlliams (2-4) L. Wallce (Double) K. Petty (Double)
Richmond Hill High School (1-0) is starting to get some traction around the state in terms of attention in polls. The Wildcats, who won 29-7 over Johnson last week, got two votes in Class AAAAA in the Saturday Morning Quarterback coaches poll while MaxPreps has the Wildcats at No. 19 in AAAAA. Both rankings are touted and linked on the program's website, http://rhfootball.net/. The Wildcats play host to Beach at 7:30 p.m. Friday. Bryan County, which also won its opener - and did so in convincing fashion by beating Calvary Day, 40-29, is at Toombs County.
The Marine Rescue Squadron Richmond Hill 7A, a not-for-profit organization, is sponsoring its annual golf tournament fundraiser on Friday, Oct. 4, at Sterling Links Golf Club in Richmond Hill. The tee time is 9 a.m., shotgun start. Proceeds from the tournament are used to fund volunteer rescue and recovery operations in and around the Richmond Hill waterways that aid local law enforcement and the U.S. Coast Guard.
Bryan County High School coach Mark Wilson said he was concerned about his line's inexperience heading into the season opener Thursday night against visiting Calvary Day.
Wildcats overcome slow start
Richmond Hill High School knocked off Johnson 29-7 and Bryan County High School ran past Johnson 40-29 in Thursday night football action.
Lady Wildcats No. 1
Lady Redskins get first win