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Soccer falls to Harlem 2-1, hosts Johnson Tuesday

With their road to the playoffs now a little more complicated, the SCHS Lady Gamecock soccer team will host the A.R. Johnson Lady Panthers at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday.
T.W. Josey’s Lady Eagles are scheduled to be here Thursday, April 17, for the final regular season home game.
In between is a crucial trip to Dublin to face the Lady Irish Wednesday. All are region contests.
Now sporting an overall record of 9-5, 6-4 in 3AA, the Red and White lost a chance to clinch a state playoff berth April 2 at Kelly Memorial Stadium with a 2-1 loss to visiting Harlem.

Crunch time, college softball, lawsuits & Southern Rock

I probably overuse clichés and the like, but here is one any way. It is crunch time for spring sports beginning next Tuesday.
For the defending region champion Lady Gamecock and Gamecock tennis teams, the Region 3AA tournament is Tuesday in Statesboro at Mill Creek. For the defending region champion Lady Gamecock and region runner-up Gamecock track teams, the Region 3AA meet is Tuesday and Wednesday at Lucy Craft Laney High School.

Girls face tough foes

Taking the measure of a defending region champion and a state quarterfinalist March 28, the SCHS Lady Gamecocks fell to a pair of defending region champions March 29 in the extremely intense play of the Coastal Empire Tennis Classic at the Bacon Park Courts in Savannah.
With their regular season done Wednesday with a trip to Swainsboro, the Red and White will not be back in action until the 3AA tournament April 15 at the Mill Creek Complex in Statesboro.
SCHS stood at 14-3 as it headed into Wednesday.

Baseball Gamecocks whip home-standing East Laurens 10-4

Scoring five second-inning runs, the SCHS baseball Gamecocks downed the home-standing East Laurens Falcons 10-4 Tuesday night to improve to 10-4 on the season, 4-2 in 3AA play.
Another region contest against Laney was scheduled for Wednesday night and the Roosters are scheduled to head to Augusta Friday evening to face the defending region champion Westside Patriots.
The April 2 game was set to be played after the Sylvania Telephone’s press deadline.

Tennis Gamecocks have rough go of it in Savannah

With their regular season having closed with a trip to Swainsboro Wenesday, the SCHS Gamecock tennis team fell three times over the weekend in the Coastal Empire Tennis Classic played on Savannah’s Bacon Park Courts.
Standing at 6-10 going into that match with Swainsboro, the Roosters will face 3AA-A champion Dublin in the first round of the one-day April 15 region tournament played at the Mill Creek Complex in Statesboro.

Lady Gamecock soccer downs Jefferson County 4-0

With a forfeit looming this April 3 afternoon in lieu of a scheduled region match in Augusta with Lucy Laney, the SCHS Lady Gamecock soccer team stood at 8-4, 5-3 in 3AA play heading into a key makeup match with Harlem at Kelly Memorial Stadium Wednesday.
The April 2 game was scheduled to be played after the Sylvania Telephone’s press deadline.
As next week is spring break, the team will not be in action again until April 15 when A.R. Johnson comes to town.
Traveling to Louisville to face the Lady Warriors of Jefferson County Tuesday, SCHS came home with a 4-0 victory.

Soccer gets big win, has huge game Friday

Holding on to state playoff hopes by the slimmest of margins at kickoff time, the SCHS Lady Gamecock soccer team of Terry Markovcic put together their finest game of the season on Friday in disposing of Westside 3-0 at Kelly Memorial Stadium.
Following a 12-0 win over visiting Laney Monday, the Red and White can go a long, long way toward assuring themselves of that state playoff spot as Harlem’s Lady Bulldogs come to town Friday afternoon for a 5:30 kickoff.
The win over Laney has the team at 7-4 on the season, 5-3 in 3AA action.

Post-season talk picking up for spring athletics

There are still a lot of contests to be played in all of the spring sports.
There are some big ones coming up and some not-so big ones.
Some teams, like tennis, have finished their subregion schedule, sewn up a state playoff spot, and haven’t another 3AA contest til the region tournament in mid-April.
Some teams, like soccer, have a huge game Friday that may decide state playoff chances.
Some teams, like baseball, have Josey and Laney this week before really big road games at East Laurens and Westside next week.

Tennis concludes sub-region play

Traveling to Augusta to face the Lucy Laney Wildcat tennis teams, the SCHS Lady Gamecock and Gamecock teams concluded their Region 3AA-B schedule Tuesday with victories.
The teams will next be in action Monday, March 24, when Southeast Bulloch will come to the local courts and the following day when Calvary Day comes.
During the weekend of March 28-29, both teams will be in Savannah participating in the Coastal Empire Tennis Classic.

Soccer to host Harlem

Finishing their first round robin against the other 3AA playoff contenders at just 1-3, the SCHS Lady Gamecock soccer team will begin the second go round by hosting Westside Friday at Kelly Memorial Stadium with kickoff at 5:30 p.m.
The team is scheduled to host Laney Monday, March 24.
Standing at 5-4 overall and 3-3 in region play, the Red and White are one of five teams from within the eight-team 3AA with realistic state playoff hopes. The others being Dublin, East Laurens, Harlem and Westside.

Rain playing havoc with week’s baseball schedule

With an eight-game winning streak under their belt, the longest in better than a decade, the SCHS baseball Gamecocks of Jim Randall Doyle watched a pair of games, including a key region game with Harlem on Tuesday, get “weathered” out earlier this week.
With the Harlem game rescheduled for Wednesday night, the Gamecocks are set to travel to Dublin for another region contest Friday evening.

SCHS Gamecocks capture first at home track meet

With another home meet on tap for this March 20 afternoon, the SCHS Gamecock track team of Kenny Sanders pulled out a 109-103 win over soon-to-be AAAAAA Richmond Hill in a five-team meet March 13.
The Lady Gamecocks were not as fortunate as they finished fourth from among the five teams. After two consecutive rainouts, the meet took place under sunny, but cold conditions.
Also participating in the meet were Savannah Country Day, Metter and Bryan County.

SCHS baseball stuns Westside 7-4

Scoring three times on a pair of big two-out hits in the bottom of the sixth inning, the SCHS baseball Gamecocks of Jim Randall Doyle stunned the defending Region 3AA champion Westside Patriots 7-5 Tuesday evening at the high school field.
In winning their sixth consecutive game to improve to 6-1 on the season, the Roosters may have sent the message to the rest of 3AA with the win that the Red and White are to be reckoned with in 2014.

Lady Gamecocks sew up sub-region title

Easily handling visiting Harlem’s Lady Bulldogs Tuesday by a 5-0 score, the SCHS Lady Gamecocks of Diane Freeman sewed up the Region 3AA-B top seed with better than four weeks left in the regular season.
With their final sub-region contest scheduled in Augusta March 18 against Laney, that portion of the schedule will be done.
Improving to 7-1 on the season, the Red and White also will travel to Statesboro March 19 to face the Lady Devils.

SCHS Gamecock netters manhandle visiting Harlem

With their playoff backs already to the wall, the SCHS Gamecock tennis team of Suzanna Kirkland manhandled the visiting Harlem Bulldogs 5-0 in a crucial 3AA match Tuesday afternoon at the SCHS courts.
The team will next be in action March 18 when they travel to Augusta to face the Laney Wildcats in the final Region 3AA-B contest of the season.
The Tuesday win evened the SCHS region record at 1-1.

Track scheduled to finally have home opener

Weather permitting, the SCHS track team hopes that the third time is a charm as they attempt for the third time to open their 2014 home season.
Already with a pair of cancellations under their belt, the Gamecocks of Kenny Sanders have twice journeyed to Bulloch County for meets while the Lady Gamecocks of Roy Cooper joined the boys at Southeast Bulloch’s Plankenhorn Invitational Saturday.
The Red and White are scheduled to host meets on both Tuesday and Thursday of next week.

Where they are now & where we are now

For so early in the spring sports season, Tuesday was a really big day for three spring time teams.
The Lady Gamecock tennis team realistically sewed up another sub-region title. The Gamecock tennis team realistically sewed up the second seed from our sub-region. The baseball team scored a big-time upset victory over the defending region champion Westside Patriots.

Lady Gamecock soccer blasts Josey 12-0

Scoring at will in a game that lasted but one half, the SCHS Lady Gamecock soccer team rolled to a 12-0 victory over home-standing Thomas Walter Josey in Augusta March 7.
The win evens the SCHS record at 3-3 overall and improves them to 2-1 in 3AA play.
Region play resumes for the Red and White this Thursday, March 13, afternoon as they travel to Harlem to face the Lady Bulldogs before they go back to Augusta Friday afternoon to face Johnson at Laney Stadium.
Dublin will be here Tuesday, March 18.

Diamond Gamecocks take four straight

Walking away undefeated in the Burke County Diamond Day on Saturday, the SCHS baseball Gamecocks of Jim Randall Doyle claimed three straight victories and opened 3AA play in Augusta at Lucy Laney with a 10-2 victory Tuesday night.
The Roosters have more region games coming up with East Laurens in Sylvania Friday, March 7, and defending region champion Westside will be here Tuesday, March 11. Both games begin at 5:30.

Girls tennis heads to Jekyll Jam

With a convincing 4-1 3AA-B win over home-standing Westside Tuesday that raised their overall record to 4-0 the SCHS Lady Gamecocks travel to Jekyll Island this weekend, facing AAAA Columbus at 3:05 tomorrow afternoon. They will play twice on Saturday. The Red and White will pick up their schedule with another subregion contest on Tuesday, March 11 when Harlem’s Lady Bulldogs come to town.


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