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Burton Kemp Jr.

Athletic Hall of Fame will induct five

For the first time in nearly two decades and just the fourth time ever the Screven County Athletic Hall of Fame will induct five new members in ceremonies that will culminate at halftime of the SCHS-East Laurens Region 3AA Friday football game.
The inductees for 2015 are former head football coach Mark Daniel; Christie Kemp (c/o 2005); Bill Parker (c/o 1997); Dusty Reddick (c/o 2004); and former head tennis coach Jim Sheppard (c/o 1976).
Along with the five being honored Oct. 9, so will the SCHS golf teams from 1966 and 1970.

Metter in Sylvania, home field in state playoffs at stake

With the state playoffs beginning next Wednesday, Oct. 14, the SCHS Lady Gamecock softball team will host the Metter Lady Tigers this Oct. 8 afternoon with second place at stake.
Though there are tiebreakers that may apply, in all likelihood the winner will host the No. 3 team from Region 2AA, while the loser will travel to the number two seed from the same region.
Game time is scheduled for 5:00 with mostly sunny skies predicted as of Tuesday.
Metter was to host region leading Harlem Wednesday afternoon after the Sylvania Telephone’s press time.

SCHS rebounds in style, 41-0 over Harlem

Rebounding from a less-than-stellar performance in their region opener, the SCHS Gamecocks of Ron Duncan put together a near complete-game performance in blasting the home-standing Harlem Bulldogs 41-0 in a steady drizzle on Oct. 2 during a televised contest.
Improving to 5-1 on the season and evening their 3AA record at 1-1, the Roosters will host East Laurens this Friday night in the annual Hall of Fame game.

Once-beaten East Laurens here for ‘Hall’ game

Looking to rebound from their first loss of the season after an opening four-game winning streak, the East Laurens Falcons will fly into Kelly Memorial Stadium this Friday night in week three of the rigors of the Region 3AA schedule.
On the other hand the 5-1 Gamecocks of SCHS will be looking on Oct. 9 to successfully continue their pursuit of the Jefferson County Warriors.
Kickoff in the annual Hall of Fame Game is scheduled for 7:30.

Football world better; softball readies for state

Football’s world seemed a lot better Saturday morning after diehard fans dried out from being outside in the Friday night elements, while those listening on the radio stayed tried to stay dry under shelter.
The gridiron Gamecocks dominated Harlem like they dominated Windsor Forest at Homecoming. There was never any doubt. Here’s to another good night on Oct. 9.

Turnover-prone Gamecocks fall to Jefferson County 44-20

The visiting Jefferson County’s Warriors turned three SCHS turnovers into touchdowns, including a pair of fumble returns into the end zone, eventually coasting to a 44-20 win over the Gamecocks at Kelly Memorial Stadium.
The Sept. 25 game was the Region 3AA opener for both teams.
Having incurred their first loss of the season, the Roosters, whose ranking had reached sixth in the state in more than one poll, will now travel for their second region game to Harlem, 34-27 upset winners over Swainsboro last week.

Softball maintains share of region lead

Breaking open a game that was scoreless through five innings with 15 runs in the final two frames, the SCHS Lady Gamecocks ended 10 consecutive scoreless innings over two games as they finally routed home-standing Swainsboro 15-2 in a 3AA contest Tuesday.
With the win, SCHS improved to 7-0 in region play, 11-7 overall.
Over the next week beginning this Oct. 1 evening, the team will play five, nearly half of the games of its region schedule.

Region 3AA has turned upside down; check the standings

What happened in Region 3AA last week?
What a Friday night! Where do we go from here?
Look at the standings after one week: Jefferson County 1-0 (OK, not upside down); Harlem 1-0; Metter 1-0; East Laurens 0-0; Dublin 0-1; SCHS 0-1; and Swainsboro 0-1. Three of the favored playoff teams are at the bottom. Is that upside down or what?
One thing that happened is for sure, I don’t have a clue about anything relative to this region do I? I have been exposed. Am I a fraud? Whatever the case, there is certainly no punditry here. The facts bear that out.

Jefferson County’s Warriors in Sylvania for region opener

Looking to extend their current winning streak to three games and end a two-game losing streak at the hands Screven County’s now sixth-ranked Gamecocks, the powerhouse Jefferson County Warriors will invade Kelly Memorial Stadium this Friday, Sept. 25, for the Region 3AA opener for each team.
A year ago this contest, played in Louisville, proved to be the difference between first and second place in the region for the two teams.
In 2014, the Red and White won 12-7.

Big plays lead Gamecocks over Knights on Homecoming

With all five of their scoring plays longer than 40 yards, the unbeaten and sixth-ranked SCHS Gamecocks left the visiting Windsor Forest’s Knights in the proverbial rear view window Sept. 18 in a 32-0 Homecoming victory at Kelly Memorial Stadium.
With the non-region schedule now done, the Roosters will welcome Jefferson County’s Warriors here this Friday night in the Region 3AA lidlifter for both teams.
Was speed the difference?

Strap it on, whoop it up; 3AA play begins in earnest

So far the ride has been smooth and easy with very, very few bumps.
In fact, I can really think of but one real bump in the road so far. The drive is about to get a little tougher.
But, while the drive so far has been all about practice; about getting to this point ready to go with a full tank of gas and plenty of experience, Friday night the drive gets serious.
Now the destination is the postseason football playoffs and maybe a repeat as region champ.
Looking into the numbers (remember that numbers can be deceptive) this drive is going to be very, very bumpy.

SCHS cheerleaders take second in opening meet

With coach Vette Rountree calling it “probably our best first competition ever,” the SCHS Lady Gamecock cheerleaders of Rountree and Mary Helen Harrison took second place from among seven AA teams participating at West Laurens on Sept. 19.
The Red and White will be at Effingham County this Saturday.
Traveling to the site of the Nov. 7 Region 3AA competition, SCHS finished the competition with 225 points (including 10 points of deductions for a fall), second to defending 3AA champion East Laurens’ 244. Close behind in third was another 3AA school, Metter, with 220.

Lady Gamecocks upset SEB in 8 innings, 4-3

Pulling off an upset, the SCHS Lady Gamecocks of Billy Pollock squeezed across a pair of runs in the eighth to down visiting 1AAA Southeast Bulloch 4-3 in non-region softball action Monday.
A Tuesday region contest in Louisville with Jefferson County was canceled because of wet grounds and was rescheduled to be made up Wednesday, weather permitting.
This Sept. 24 afternoon the Lady Irish of Dublin are scheduled to be here.

SCHS softball edges Metter 10-7

Holding off home-standing Metter with a key 10-7 3AA win Tuesday, the softball Lady Gamecocks of Billy Pollock improved to 5-0 in the region and put themselves in the driver’s seat for a home state playoff series beginning on Oct. 14.
Improving to 8-4 overall, the team will travel to Waynesboro this Sept. 17 afternoon to face AAAA Burke County before returning home on the 21st to face AAA Southeast Bulloch.
On Tuesday, SCHS will begin the second round robin of 3AA play with a trip to Jefferson County. Dublin will be here on the 24th for yet another region game.

Rejuvenated Windsor Forest here to battle state-ranked Gamecocks

Fresh from ending their 25-game losing streak with a resounding 21-0 whipping of 2AA Groves last week, the 3AAAA Windsor Forest Knights will invade Kelly Memorial Stadium Friday night to face the Class AA seventh-ranked Screven County Gamecocks in what is the Roosters’ annual Homecoming game.
For SCHS head coach Ron Duncan, the game boils down to getting through the game healthy and avoiding a look forward to next week’s region-opening encounter with the Jefferson County Warriors.

SCHS football rolls past Wade Hampton

Coming close to 500 yards of offense for the second week in a row, the scalding-hot, seventh-ranked Screven County Gamecocks of Coach Ron Duncan scored on their final six possessions to break open a 7-7 second quarter game.
The end result at Kelly Memorial Stadium on Sept. 11 was a 49-7 Rooster win over the Wade Hampton, S.C., Red Devils that improved the SCHS team to 3-0. Class AAAA Windsor Forest will be here Friday for the annual Homecoming game.

X-country takes second at Ray Miller Invitational

Running with a complete team in their second meet of the season, the SCHS Lady Gamecock cross country team of Cindy LeMaster took second place in the A-AAA division of the Ray Miller Invitational at Magnolia Springs on Sept. 12.
The team is in Claxton this Sept. 17 afternoon and will host its first meet of the season on Sept. 23 at 4:30.
Despite the two divisions (A-AA and AAA-AAAAA), all runners competed against each other giving all involved the chance to get more prepared for larger meets such as the region competitions.

Homecoming this week & on to region play next week

Just when it seemed that a tightly contested contest was about to break out last Friday night at Kelly Memorial Stadium, the weapons of the Rooster offense and the strength of the Dirty Bird defense took over.
In lieu of the nail biter, another rout took over to the tune of SCHS-49 and Wade Hampton-7.
You were there or surely you were listening on the radio.

Gridiron homestand cranks up

In the first game of what is a rare football three-game homestand that will culminate with a visit by the Jefferson County Warriors on Sept. 25, the red hot Screven County Gamecocks will receive an appearance from interstate foe Wade Hampton’s Red Devils from Varnville, S.C., Friday night.
Kickoff at Kelly Memorial Stadium is slated for 7:30.
Coming off an impressive victory over neighboring rival Estill 33-6 last week, the Red Devils will come to Georgia with a 2-1 record, their lone loss to powerful Allendale-Fairfax’s Tigers.

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