A host of Southwest Georgia track & field stars shine in Statesboro on Saturday at the GHSA sectional meet, which was the final step to qualify for the upcoming state meets.
The Georgia Southwestern baseball team finishes off a season sweep of neighboring rival Albany State on Thursday to end its losing streak, while sending the struggling Rams to their third straight defeat.
Darton stays red-hot as it nips South Georgia College, 7-5, on Tuesday in its region opener to extend the program’s winning streak to eight games.
One season after having title expectations and falling short, Darton is in the region championship game at home today against Chattahoochee Tech.
Despite being up by eight points at halftime against No. 8 seed Jenkins County on Wednesday in the Elite 8, Seminole County’s boys lose by five, 75-70, ending their amazing season three wins short of their goal. (EDITS: corrects Seminole County was seeking its fifth Final Four appearance in school history)
GISA STATE TOURNAMENT ---- FINAL FOUR PREVIEW: Terrell, Westwood and Crisp girls head to Macon on quest for state crowns
Terrell wants redemption in Macon after losing in the title game a year ago, while Crisp is seeking its third straight crown and Westwood is trying to end its recent string of runner-up finishes with the school’s first state championship.
Lee County ace Chris Mosley headlines a loaded pitching staff that will try to keep the winning tradition alive as the Trojans’ program begins year No. 25 under coach Rob Williams.
GHSA CLASS A STATE TOURNAMENT: Free throws save Mitchell’s boys in first-round state win vs. Greenville
The Eagles go 31-for-36 at the charity stripe Saturday and beat Greenville, 79-64, to advance in the Class A tourney.
Monroe’s girls take a lead after Key Key Price’s jumper with 13 ticks left to play Friday, but Howard responds with a last-second shot of its own to end the Lady Tornadoes’ season in the second round of the GHSA Class AAAA state playoffs, 49-48, in heartbreaking fashion.
Crisp County and Lee County — arguably the area’s top two baseball teams — face off Thursday in Leesburg in the Trojans’ season opener as the Cougars prevail, 12-7.