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Sports news for Screven County and surrounding areas.

Boys track impressive at SEB

With five schools present the SCHS Gamecock track team claimed victory at Southeast Bulloch last Wednesday, edging visiting Effingham County and Bryan County in the process. Also participating were South Effingham and the host Yellow Jackets.  The Roosters of Rip Campbell will next be in action in the Region 3AA meet at Lucy Craft Laney High School on April 27 & 29.

Late score downs SCHS soccer

Scoring twice in the final 10 minutes the Southeast Bulloch Lady Jackets scored a home victory over the SCHS Lady Gamecocks of Terry Markovcic April 15. The team’s final match, senior evening against SEB at Kelly Memorial came last night. On Tuesday visiting Savannah Christian shut out SCHS 3-0.

Gamecocks end disappointing tennis season

Tradition just was not enough to pull the totally rebuilt Screven County Gamecock tennis team through to its 12th consecutive state playoff berth as the players fell to Dublin 3-1 in opening round action in the 3AA tennis tournament April 14. 
With only one returning starter in the lineup, the team finished the 2010 campaign with a 6-13 worksheet.

Middle school baseball concludes its 2010 season

Between March 23 and March 31, SCMS baseball continued the second half of their region schedule with a tough road stretch against top-seeded Southeast Bulloch, South Effingham, and Richmond Hill. 
The Gamecocks lost all three region games by only a combined seven runs (13-10, 8-7, 9-6). 
After playing stellar defense during the first half of the season, the SCMS defense cost the Gamecocks all three losses by committing numerous errors leading to many unearned runs. 

Hopes and dreams begin tonight for 32 teams

So what will Al Davis do this year? A golden-legged punter may be on his radar.
Will Tim Tebow stay in the NFL Draft green room until St. Patrick’s Day 2011?
Are there quickie college football player cheat sheets hidden under Mel Kiper’s hair?
Well, you have the opportunity to find out some of those answers tonight. Yes, you read that correctly. 2-Nite.

Gamecock tennis nabs second in 3AA-A tourney

Erasing the memories of an extremely disappointing 3-2 regular season loss on March 23, the SCHS Gamecocks of Jason Walker turned the tables on the homestanding SEB Yellow Jackets Monday morning.  Claiming a 3-1 win of their own in the first round of the 3AA-A tournament, the Red and White advanced to the title match of the subregion before falling to Swainsboro 3-2 for that title at the SCHS courts Monday afternoon. 

Valiant soccer ladies fall to SCD 3-0

Holding their powerhouse guests scoreless for more than 60 minutes, the SCHS Lady Gamecock soccer team of Terry Markovcic fell victim to the visiting Savannah Country Day Lady Hornets 3-0 at Kelly Memorial Stadium Tuesday afternoon.  The team will travel to Brooklet to face arch-rival SEB this afternoon and will host Jefferson County for senior day tomorrow. 
On Tuesday the team will close out its season when Savannah Christian comes to town.  All of the games kickoff at 5:00.  The team now stands at 6-8-1 on the season.

'Buddy Ball' begins April 19

Buddy Ball will begin Monday evening as 13 children have signed up thus far.
People can still sign up to participate at the recreation department.
The Screven County Dream Team of the Buddy Baseball League will have its first pitch at 6 p.m. April 19 on Field 4 at the recreation department.
The Screven County Community Collaborative and the Screven County Recreation Department invite the public to attend opening night of the inaugural season of the Dream Team Buddy Baseball League for children with disabilities.

Diamond baseball team stays unbeaten in subregion

Now standing at 6-0 in 3AA-A, the SCHS baseball Gamecocks of Billy Pollock have a chance to nail down no worse than a regular season tie for the subregion title as they travel to Swainsboro tonight for a 5:30 first pitch. 
To go with the unblemished subregion record the team sports an over all record of 11-6 with five of the six losses coming to AAA or larger schools.

Lady Gamecocks claim tennis subregion crown

In a development that came as no surprise to any local tennis fan, the SCHS Lady Gamecocks of Diane Freeman defended their number one regular season seeding by waltzing through the Region 3AA-A tournament hosted Monday by SCHS and Southeast Bulloch. 
Their first task completed, the team is in Vidalia today looking to wrestle the 3AA title that so barely eluded them a year ago, from the Bleckley County Lady Royals.

Spring sports down to nitty gritty starting today

It seems as if it was only a couple of weeks ago that snow had barely melted from the ground and spring sports at Screven County High School were getting under way. Soccer was in Hinesville to face Liberty County. Baseball and tennis were right here hosting Effingham County and Statesboro, respectively. All three opened against much larger schools no less.  Let it never be said that the Red and What shun anyone. The date was Feb. 22. Track was a couple of weeks behind.

Subregion tennis tourney Monday

After hosting the Savannah Christian Raiders this afternoon at the Screven County High School courts, SCHS and Southeast Bulloch High School will host the 3AA-A tennis tournament on Monday. 
Both schools will host four games on the day with games beginning at 9 a.m.  All four teams participating will advance to the region tournament in Vidalia on April 14-15.
In both boys and girls the top four teams from the subregion are participating. In neither case did Lucy Craft Laney qualify. 

Soccer has rough spell

Seeing their record drop below .500 for the first time all season, the SCHS Lady Gamecock soccer team fell to visiting Statesboro on April 1 and fourth-ranked St. Vincent’s two days ago. 
Now standing at 6-7-1, the team will host Savannah Country Day on April 13 before traveling to Brooklet to face rival SEB on the 15th.
Jefferson County will be here on April 16.
Statesboro shut out the Red and White 5-0 while St. Vincent’s took their measure 10-0. 

Lady Gamecocks, Gamecocks have huge day on track

Putting everything together on the same day for the first time all season, both the Lady Gamecocks of Roy Cooper and the Gamecocks of Rip Campbell claimed victories in their biggest home meet of the season April 1, each defeating Jefferson County, Effingham County and Jenkins County. The squads return to action Wednesday, April 14, at Southeast Bulloch. For the girls, it was an 85 to 69 (Effingham) to 64 (Jenkins) to 31 (Jefferson) victory and the boys picked up a 98 to 71 (Jenkins) to 46.5 (Effingham) to 22.5 (Jefferson) very impressive win.

SCMS baseball improves to 10-5 overall, 3-0 in region play

At the halfway point of their season, the Screven County Middle School baseball team recently improved their overall varsity and JV combined record to 10-5.
SCMS visited Swainsboro March 6 for a non-region doubleheader. On this date, it was a tale of two very different games. 
Game 1 featured only six scattered hits and inconsistent pitching by the Gamecocks resulting in a 12-1 loss.

A ‘special’ performance

Students from Screven County Elementary, Middle, and High schools attended 2010 Special Olympics State Winter Games in Marietta, Ga., the weekend of Jan. 15 through 17.
Elisabeth Kile from SCES won the gold medal and first place as the state champ in the Division One Girls Basketball Skills.
This was Kile’s second state title in the event. It was her third straight state title and back-to-back state in basketball skills. Kile was coached by her father Terry Kile of Newington.

Diamond Gamecocks walk past Tigers, 14-13

In a game filled with big hits and big plays, it was visiting Swainsboro’s inability to throw strikes that ultimately decided the outcome of Tuesday’s crucial matchup between the Tigers and the SCHS Gamecocks. 
A three-run ninth inning featuring four walks, an infield hit and an infield error catapulted the Roosters to a 14-13 victory and a 3-0 record in 3AA-A.

Gamecock tennis continues to struggle

As the subregion tournament and April 12 draw closer and closer, the SCHS Gamecock tennis team of Jason Walker continued their late-season struggles last weekend and into Tuesday. 
With only a regularly scheduled contest with Savannah Christian April 8 left on the schedule, the Red and White still face a crucial tie breaker of some sort with SEB and Swainsboro for the 3AA-A title and the number one seed heading into the that subregion tourney.

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