STATESBORO, Ga. - Three Lady Eagles scored in double-digits, combining
ATHENS- Led by junior Levern Spencer's school record effort in the
ATHENS, Ga. - Not only will the meet against LSU on Jan. 26 be the Gym Dogs' home-opener, it is also the team's "Pink Out" meet to raise money for and awareness of the breast cancer disease. They are asking that all fans wear pink to the event, slated to begin in Stegeman Coliseum at 4 p.m.
The First Presbyterian varsity Men's Highlanders continue their winning, pummeling Twiggs Academy at the St. James Sports Center on Friday, 92-25.
STATESBORO- The Georgia Southern women's basketball team will look to improve upon its six-game home-winning streak, Saturday afternoon, as it entertains College of Charleston at Hanner Fieldhouse. The Southern Conference clash, the third contest of a four-game homestand, is slated for a 3 p.m. tip-off.
Feeding off the energy provided by the Lady Tigers' victory and the momentum created by the cheering crowd, Friday the Tigers avenged an earlier regional loss to Groves.
NASHVILLE- Vanderbilt (13-5, 2-1) raced to a 16-0 lead and than withstood a late rally by No. 12 Georgia (14-3, 1-2) en route to a 67-59 victory at Memorial Gymnasium.
CLEMSON, S.C. --- Senior Nate Rolfe won the weight throw to lead the Bulldogs at the season-opening Clemson Invitational on Friday evening.
So many things can happen in just a few seconds. It took only 14 seconds for the Lady Tigers of Bradwell Institute to change the face of a game Friday night.
ELON-Georgia Southern senior Anthony Marshall (Lake Worth,
As the Liberty County Panthers defeated the Burke County Bears in their second meeting this season, they came that much closer to hitting the regional playoffs on their way to the final four in region 3-AAA.
The Bradwell Tigers improve to 12-5 overall and 4-3 in 3-AAAAA region with an 81-67 victory over the Beach High Bulldogs Tuesday night.
ATHENS, Ga. --- Georgia's track and field teams open the 2008 indoor season
ATHENS ---- Billy Humphrey scored a team-high 13 points, including the game's decisive bucket - a 3-pointer with 1:14 left that gave Georgia a 7-point cushion - to help the Bulldogs to their first SEC win of the season, a 61-54 victory over Alabama here Wednesday night.
It was a first glimpse of what the Lady Panthers may look like next season. Clearly missing from the starting lineup was the only Lady Panther who stands around 6'4" LaQuananisha Adams.
A ceremony March 28 named the playground at Liberty Independent Troop Park the "Mike Carreker Playground."
The Bradwell Institute Tigers split victories in a cross-region doubleheader in Brunswick Thursday.
First Presbyterian Christian Academy had a huge win over David Emanuel Academy Tuesday on the diamond in Stillmore. The Highlander boys followed up that performance with a come-from-behind win Friday at home against Twiggs Academy.
The Long County High School baseball team continued its pattern of going 1-1 this past week, beating McIntosh County (0-13) but losing to Claxton High School (12-5).
I was going to write a sports column this week, but I got stuck in traffic on Interstate 95 in Pooler thanks to the new Tanger Outlets Savannah.
The Bradwell Institute and Liberty County baseball teams dive into action this week as the regular-season finales loom.
Former Bradwell Institute track standout Quintunya Chapman set University of Georgia records en route to collegiate all-time top-10 scores in the Bulldog Decathlon/Heptathlon last Thursday in Athens, according to a news release on georgiadogs.com.
The Georgia High School Association State Executive Committee adopted a new policy Monday that aims to reduce the risk of concussions in high-school football athletes.
History will remember the 2015 Masters Tournament as Jordan Spieth's Masters, and that's a good thing.
STATESBORO - Georgia Southern's annual Blue vs. White spring-football game will kick off at 1 p.m. Saturday at Paulson Stadium, according to gseagles.com.
With the top rushing offense in the nation, a more- concerted effort on improving passing numbers in the upcoming season and figuring out how to replace four starters from last year's offensive line, one would think the kicking game would be the least of head coach Willie Fritz's worries.