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Sports news for Screven County and surrounding areas.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Standing at 6-4-1, the Red and White will host Statesboro this afternoon at 5 p.m. in what is a late addition to their schedule.
On Tuesday, April 6, fourth ranked St. Vincent’s will be at Kelly Memorial Stadium for an area contest.
Well, how’d you do on the Screven County High School football coaching quiz last week? Did you get’em all right? Did you not have to wait until the end when the secrets were unleashed? Did you cheat and skip “around the horn”? Did you care at all and wonder what the hoopla was all about?
With Effingham County, Jefferson County and Jenkins County scheduled to attend, Screven County High School will host its biggest track meet of the season this afternoon at the Gamecock track.
The last two meets limited by cancellations, coaches Rip Campbell and Roy Cooper are looking to get a true chance to gage their team’s seasonal progress today.
“The girls are working hard and I’m still making some minor adjustments to the short and long relay,” said Cooper.
With their regular season schedule winding down, the second ranked Lady Gamecock tennis team of Diane Freeman came up with a third place finish at the powerhouse Golden Isles Tournament on Jekyll Island over the weekend and came home to defeat Savannah Country Day Tuesday.
Standing at 14-2 on the season, the second-ranked Red and White do not hit the courts again until April 8 when Savannah Christian is here for a 3:30 p.m. start in the final regular season match.
And he just keeps getting faster.
Tyler left Screven County after graduation for the coast of South Carolina and Charleston Southern as a track scholarship signee.
The men’s track program at CSU is one of the top in the nation. And Tyler certainly is a major reason.
Given a chance to clinch an outright number one seed for the 3AA-A tournament on April 12, the SCHS Gamecocks of Jason Walker fell at all three singles to the visiting Southeast Bulloch Jackets to lose 3-2.
Scoring on three of five shootout kicks, the SCHS Lady Gamecocks improved to 5-3-1 on the season with a 2-1 win over visiting SEB in an Area 2A/AA contest Tuesday afternoon at Kelly Memorial Stadium.
With a dominating performance the SCHS Gamecocks went to Swainsboro March 16 and came back with a 75-53 win over Jenkins County with the host Tigers finishing with 38. Saturday the Red and White returned to Swainsboro for the Parker White Invitational and came home with third place behind Tattnall County and Swainsboro. SCHS will next be in action today when they host Toombs County and Jenkins County.
Rip Campbell’s troops also hosted Jenkins County in a dual meet March 18 for which scores were not kept.
Think fast on your feet. As Screven County High School coaches go (1950- 2009), all 18 of them, what do Chuck Conley, Luther Welsh and Mark Daniel have in common?
Quickly again, add Jim Maynor, Bill Fulcher, Jack Miller and Pat Collins to that trio and what do they have in common?
Finally throw Sandy Hershey and Brad Almon to that septuple list and what do they have in common? Tell you later.
In their second meet of the season the SCHS Lady Gamecocks came out just ahead of the host Swainsboro Lady Tigers on March 16 while taking an impressive second in the prestigious Parker-White Invitational Meet again in Swainsboro on Saturday. After hosting Jenkins County in a dual meet on March 18, the team returns to action at the SCHS track today to face Jenkins County and Toombs County.
Swainsboro will be at SCHS for a pivotal subregion contest on March 30 with Statesboro Blue Devils here the following day. All region games begin at 5:30 p.m. with the Statesboro game beginning at 6 p.m.
After a tough 3-1 morning loss to Class A ECI, the Screven County Gamecocks rebounded with a 12-11, eight-inning victory over AAAA Statesboro in the nightcap of the Swainsboro Citizens Bank Tournament Saturday.
Evening their record at 3-3 on the young season following the victory over the vaunted Blue Devils, the Gamecocks are in Millen this March 11 afternoon for a return engagement with the Eagles of Jenkins County before heading to Springfield to face Effingham County Tuesday, March 16, and to Marlow to face South Effingham March 17.