38 South Georgia teams will be taking part in this years GHSA basketball state playoffs.We start off with the Lee County Trojans.It's been a while since both the girls and boys teams have made it into playoff contention.
The Westover Patriots had to put their senior night on hold after the destruction of hurricane Michael.Knowing how important senior night is to these athletes, the community pulled together, and made it happen.
Thomasville has now become the host for the 2019 Battle of the Border All-star game.Over 60 of some of the best athletes are getting the chance to show that Georgia is truely the better state, as they face off against Florida.
The last two wins at Buford and Stockbridge were sparked by game-breaking kick returns from sophomore Caleb McDowell, including this one off the lateral to give the Bearcats the lead with a minute and change to go.
Tiftarea is one win away from a GISA State championship appearance, and defense is what they're thankful for.The unit is giving up just over 7 points per game, and they have an average margin of victory of well over 30.
There’s only a couple Albany-Area teams still alive, and for the second straight week the top athlete comes from Lee County.Jeremiah Engram picked up his first Albany-Area player of the week award of the season.
Winning teams advance to the state tournament to be played in Columbus October 25-27th in the Columbus Softball Complex. The eight-team tournament in each classification will decide the state champions.
Hurricane Michael struck on Wednesday night leaving most of these players and coaches that haven’t been able to practice since Tuesday without power, some even still without water, but come Saturday none will be without football
It’s the middle of October, which means High School softball has entered the postseason. It’s win or go home time for South Georgia softball programs, here’s the pairings and results from the first round:
It wasn’t enough for the Berrien Rebels to open their new football stadium with a win.They also delivered the community a thrilling 2nd half comeback, earning them the high school football team of the week.
Down in Thomasville a quarterback who's not even old enough to get his learner's permit is driving national attention to the football team. It's only taken Chad Mascoe Jr. two varsity starts to receive offers from the likes of UGA, Miami and Florida State.
Berrien High School's home football game Friday night is being relocate to play at their week three opponent Bacon County. Berrien looks to have Raymond Jones Memorial Stadium ready by September 7th when they're scheduled to host Wilcox County.
High School football season bursts into week two with a handful of rivalry matches that you won't want to miss. Here's a schedule of the games kicking off Friday and Saturday, scores will be updates as they are finalized.
The next stop on Lee County's State title defense come against a peer, that's not from around here. The Trojans are hosting Dr. Phillips out of Florida. The Panthers may be from another state, but they share several things in common with Lee County.
Monday's big fact from week one of high school football comes from the inaugural Hamp Smith Classic. Lee County took down Dougherty High 47-6 in the first ever high school football game at the Albany State Coliseum.
Hamp Smith doesn't care who wins the football game between Lee County and Dougherty Friday night. He's just happy to see his vision of bringing high school football to the Albany State coliseum fulfilled.