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Cross Country Competes at Wayne County

The SHS Cross Country team competed in Wayne County, the site of this year’s Region Race, on Thursday in a multi-team meet.  The boys team placed 6th overall and were led by top finishers Noah Caplinger (2), Josh Willoughby (11), Mick Cionitti (41), Zijie Wilson (52), and Donovan Roberts (65).  The girls team placed 1st overall

SHS Softball Defeats Ware County

SHS Softball avenged an early-season loss to Ware County yesterday, winning 3-1.  After allowing a first inning run, the Lady Devils answered with three runs in the third inning off of doubles by Morgan Thompson and McKenzi Wilkerson.  With a solid defense behind her, BA Rogers completed the last six innings without allowing another run.

Softball Team Wins in Extra Innings

Statesboro High’s softball team picked up a 6-5 win in extra innings Monday over non-region opponent Dublin.  Dublin scored a run in the top of the seventh inning to take a 3-2 lead, but the Blue Devils responded with a run from Adrenne Newell in the bottom of the inning to send it to extras.

Blue Devils Football Falls to Effingham

On Friday the Blue Devil football team held a home non-conference game against the Rebels of Effingham County. In the 1st quarter, the Blue Devils’ Isa Mobley blocked a kick.  Senior #3 Malik Prowell capitalized and scored the first touchdown with 50.2 second left in the first quarter. In the 2nd quarter, Effingham recovered a fumble

SHS Softball Picks Up Region Win

Statesboro High School’s softball team pickup up a big region win at New Hampstead High School on Thursday by a score of 6-2.  B.A. Rogers picked up the win on the mound, striking out 12 in her seven innings of work.  The Blue Devils were led at the plate by Mackenzie Wilkerson, who had three

SHS Volleyball Falls to Calvary Day, Defeats Southeast Bulloch

Statesboro High School’s Volleyball team hosted defending State Champion Calvary Day School out of Savannah and in-county rival Southeast Bulloch High School Tuesday at Statesboro High.  The Blue Devils played well against Calvary Day but fell in straight sets 25-14, 25-19.  In their second match, they defeated SEB in straight sets 25-12, 25-22.  The Devils

And You Thought Cheerleading Was Easy?

Coaches Liz Driggers and Jamie Lewis are super excited to kick off this season of competitive cheer with a energetic routine. This year’s competition cheerleading squad is a very young squad consisting of eight freshmen. Coach Driggers spoke about how proud she has been of these young girls for working so hard and pushing themselves to

Raider Team Excels in First Meet

This weekend Statesboro High School’s JROTC hosted the first Raider Meet of the year. There were 9 schools and 16 Teams in attendance.  Statesboro dominated the event with teams placing in the top three in every event. The male team, lead by Caleb Davis, placed first in the Run and Cross Country Rescue events, finishing

Volleyball Falls in Two Close Matches

The Statesboro High School volleyball team was back in action Thursday, September 1 against vs Grovetown and Effingham County. In the first match, a non-region one against Grovetown, the Lady Blue Devil played first sets great but fell short with the score 20-25, and 16-25. The Blue Devils did not get upset but showed they

SHS Volleyball Picks Up Wins

Statesboro High School’s Volleyball Team picked up two big region wins yesterday over Wayne County and Ware County.  The Blue Devils defeated Wayne County for the second time this year in two sets, 25-6 and 25-7.  The Lady Devils then avenged an early season loss to Ware County, beating them 25-20 and 25-20.  The Devils