Greenbrier goes to ground game to remain unbeaten

Greenbrier focused on its ground game in the second half, scoring 28 unanswered points to roll to a 35-7 win over Cross Creek.
By Chris Gay

Yellow Jackets show emotions during win

North Augusta's dramatic four-overtime win over Strom Thurmond on Friday night came as a relief to the Yellow Jackets and it showed in the postgame celebration.

Greenbrier goes to ground game to remain unbeaten

Greenbrier focused on its ground game in the second half, scoring 28 unanswered points to roll to a 35-7 win over Cross Creek.
By Chris Gay

North Augusta beats Strom Thurmond in four overtime thriller

JOHNSTON, S.C. - North Augusta needed a win Friday night at Strom Thurmond after a couple of tough losses in recent weeks. Three hours and four overtime periods later, the Yellow Jackets (3-2) emerged on the winning end of an epic battle with the Rebels.
By John Boyette

Spartans top Eagles

Glenn Hills took advantage of turnovers and mental mistakes to beat Josey 21-14 on Friday night, giving the Spartans their second win this year after going winless in 2015.
By David Lee

Grovetown edges Richmond Academy

Defense steps up to lift Warriors to second consecutive win over Musketeers
By Scott Michaux

Screven County tops Laney

SYLVANIA, Ga. - CJ Wright and Kim Hunter combined to rush for 292 yards and four touchdowns as Screven County beat Laney.

Silver Bluff tops Swansea

Silver Bluff knocked off Swanseas 33-20 on Friday night.
By Eric Walters

Red Devils' run game stifled

Keyed by an effort in which Lincoln County was held to minus-19 rushing yards, Stratford pulled away for a 35-19 win against a GHSA Region 7-A crossover opponent that is expected to contend for its subregion title.

Tigers are blanked on the road

MACON, Ga. - Tattnall Square came up with its third shutout of the season, this time in a 36-0 win over Washington-Wilkes to improve to 4-0. Washington-Wilkes drops to 0-4.

Area boasts high talent level for linemen

This year marks a strong season for linemen in the area, including Jefferson County's duo of Melton Brown and Parker Stokes, and North Augusta's Tre Lawson.
By David Lee

Articles from the High school section archive

Monday, Sept. 19, 2016

Episcopal Day School set to unveil new cross country course

Episcopal Day School will play host to its first event at the new Jackson Cross Country Course and Trails on the school's Flowing Wells Campus on Thursday.
By David Lee

Evans' Williams is fall player of week

Evans sophomore Diamond Williams went 6 for 8 with a double and three RBI in two key region wins against Alcovy and Greenbrier.
By David Lee

North Augusta-Strom Thurmond is Game of the Week

North Augusta will visit Strom Thurmond on Friday night in The Augusta Chronicle's Game of the Week.
By David Lee

Saturday, Sept. 17, 2016

Golden Hawks see improved line depth

Washington County has bounced back to 2-2 with a pair of road victories, including a close win at Evans on Friday night.

Westminster routs Dominion Christian

Jack Phelan rushed for 123 yards as Westminster rolled past Dominion Christian.

Brentwood tops Edmund Burke

Caleb Johns scored on a 53-yard run midway through the fourth quarter to lift Brentwood to the victory.

Augusta Christian wins in double overtime

E'mon Reeves rushed for 138 yards while scoring four touchdowns as Augusta Christian won in double overtime.

Screven County handles Butler

Kashawn Robinson had two rushing touchdowns and also was credited with a tackle for a safety as Screven County opened Region 4-AA play with a victory.

Harlem takes region opener

Harlem opened Region 4-AA play with a victory over Glenn Hills on Friday night as Lane Phillips and Jacob Matthews led the way.

Friday, Sept. 16, 2016

Timberwolves thump Yellow Jackets

White Knoll rolled to a 27-6 victory over North Augusta on Friday night.
By Parker Paige

Eagles outlast Hornets

Greenwood found itself in the middle of another knock down, dragged out fight Friday night against Aiken, but managed to outslug the Hornets 21-7.
By David Roberts

South Aiken rolls past Lugoff-Elgin

Explosive speed on offense helped carry South Aiken to a 27-7 victory over Lugoff-Elgin on Friday night.
By Eric Walters

Irish force miscues to defeat Cavaliers

Aquinas forced five turnovers and used a bruising ground game to defeat Mount de Sales 27-14 on Friday night.
By John Kosater

Warriors shut down Wildcats

In a game featuring high penalty and turnover totals, Jefferson County let its defense handle the workload in a 24-8 road win over Laney to open region play Friday night.
By David Lee

Mustangs top Bulldogs in new-look rivalry

LANGLEY - There were plenty of good feelings to go around after Midland Valley defeated Silver Bluff, 35-18, at L.L. Willis Stadium.
By John Boyette

Washington County bounces back, beats Evans

Corteveyas Mitchell and Darius Tucker combined for 250 rushing yards as the Golden Hawks knocked off Evans, 20-19.
By Chris Gay

Thursday, Sept. 15, 2016

Warren County's rebuild starts to bear fruit

Warren County's football program experienced a rough stretch over the past five years, but coach Cherard Freeman has guided the Screaming Devils to a 3-0 start this season.
By David Lee

Evans High tops Greenbrier

Evans pounded out seven runs to back Leah Powell's efforts in the circle as the Lady Knights beat Greenbrier 7-3 in an intense chapter of the rivalry Thursday night.
By David Lee

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RUSHING Player, Team Att. Yards Avg. TD Dylan Reese, BR 72 880 12.2 10 Michael Thomas, T 77 655 8.5 8 B.J. Stone, AP 53 506 9.5 - Tyrece Nick, ST 55 498 9.1 7 Dakota Lamb, TJ 58 462 8 7 Damari ...
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