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Sports news for Screven County and surrounding areas.
Combining 10 hits with 10 walks/hit batsmen, the Screven County High School Gamecocks outlasted the visiting Toombs County Bulldogs 10-8 in the 3AA region championship bout on the Roosters’ home field May 1.
Already with a state playoff series at SCHS assured, the baseball Gamecocks of Billy Pollock will go for their first region championship in eight years Friday when the Toombs County Bulldogs come in for a one-game title tilt. First pitch is scheduled for 5:30 p.m.Tickets to the May 1 contest will be $5 and Booster Club passes will be honored.
A short-handed Gamecock track team took an impressive third place at the Region 3AA track meet held at
Facing their stiffest competition of the young season, the SCHS Lady Gamecocks of John McAfee claimed their second straight track meet besting Swansboro,
About 300 girls and their parents are expected to travel to Sylvania on April 4 and May 2 for qualifying tournaments for the World Fastpitch Connection World Series.
The players will be from 20 teams within about a 100-mile area, said Truman Anderson, director of the Screven County Recreation Department Complex.
Scrapping against the Region 4AA champion Northeast Macon Raiderettes until the very end, the SCHS Lady Gamecocks of Roy Cooper saw their upset bid end 50-44 at the
After breezing through their cross over region schedule during the regular season, the SCHS Lady Gamecocks of Roy Cooper found the going a lot tougher in the Region 3AA Tournament last week as they emerged with a number four seeding and a trip to Macon tomorrow night to face the Region 4AA champion Northeast Macon Lady Raiders. Tip off will be 7 p.m.
Pulling off two of their biggest upsets ever, overcoming what has been a less than stellar basketball history in the process, the SCHS Gamecocks of Brent Anderson claimed their most significant wins in two decades with stunning upsets of #1 seeded (3AA-A) Laney 69-61 and #2 seeded (3AA-B) East Laurens 89-83 in the quarterfinals and semifinals respectively of the Region 3AA tournament. The clock struck midnight on the proverbial Cinderella’s run in the 3AA title matchup Saturday night with a 76-56 loss to 3AA-B #1 Dublin.
Becoming the most successful Gamecock at the state level ever, senior Charles Kilpatrick claimed the top spot in the consolation bracket to claim a third place statewide finish in the 152 pound class. The state finals, combining the top 16 from each weight class in the state, took place at the Gwinnett Arena on February 19-21. Kilpatrick also finished third in the same class a year ago.
With the Lady Gamecock basketball team of Roy Cooper playing Dublin this Feb. 19 afternoon at Southeast Bulloch for a berth in the Class AA state playoffs and seniors James Crews and Charles Kilpatrick and junior Terrell Roberts wrestling in the state finals also beginning today at the Gwinnett Civic Center, there is a hint that the indoor sports are wrapping up and it is time for spring sports.
Completing a clean sweep of Subregion 3AA-B, the SCHS Lady Gamecocks of Roy Cooper, the 3AA-A runners-up, powered their way past the state’s No. 3, 3AA-B champion
Heading into their final regular season contest in a battle with
The SCHS Lady Gamecock soccer team of Terry Markovcic opened its 2009 campaign with a resounding 5-0 victory over Vidalia Tuesday at Kelly Memorial Stadium.
The team next returns to action Friday night when 3AA-B foe Dodge County comes to the Harold Lee Scott Gymnasium. On Saturday, the Red and White will travel to Pembroke to face Bryan County and the regular season will expire on Friday, Jan. 13, when Jeffco comes to town.
With a 65-56 loss to the sixth ranked Lady Wildcats in Augusta on Jan. 27, the then tenth-ranked locals saw their chances of a subregion title evaporate in a barrage of three-pointers by their hosts.
Making especially outstanding showings in Vidalia getting themselves prepared for this weekend when they will try to repeat as area champions were seniors Justin Crews (135) and Charles Kilpatrick (152).
Facing a pair of larger schools in AAAA foes Hephzibah and Burke County, the SCHS Gamecocks fell to Hephzibah 42-36 and defeated homestanding Burke County 54-30 on January 20. The will take part in the Vidalia Sweet Onion Invitational this weekend before going to Lyons for the area traditional tournament on Feb. 6 & 7. The tournament will be at the Toombs County Middle School.
Rolling out to a 24-10 first quarter lead, the SCHS Gamecocks held off the homestanding Toombs County Bulldogs in a 3AA cross over game Saturday night by a 61-52 margin.
The Roosters will travel to Brooklet Friday night for a 3AA-A contest with the Southeast Bulloch Yellow Jackets before heading to Dublin for a head to head with the once-beaten and top ranked Fighting Irish.