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September 30—Congratulations to the VHS Competition Cheerleaders who came in first place Saturday at the competition hosted by Screven County at the Hanner Field House on the campus at Georgia Southern University.9 30 19 VHS Cheer9 30 19 VHS Cheer Mat

The coaches and team are look forward to hosting their Annual Sweet Onion Cheer Classic this Saturday, October 5th at Parsons-Reid Gymnasium at Vidalia High School.

Competing at this year’s event are 22 Middle School Teams that begins competition at 9:00 am and 25 GHSA Teams that starts at 1:30pm.

Come support local teams from J.R.Trippe, RTCA, Toombs County and Vidalia.

September 30—Here are the latest sports schedules for this week.

Monday, September 30

Softball: Vidalia 6, Toombs Co 2 (Game 1)

                 Vidalia 18, Toombs Co 0 F/4 (Game 2) (Region 2AA Tournament) (Best of Three)

Tuesday, October 1

Softball: RTCA 15, Twiggs Academy 0 

Volleyball: Vidalia 3, Frederica Academy 1

Wednesday, October 2

Thursday, October 3

Baseball: Cardinals 7, Braves 6 

Football: Bulldog Live 7:06pm (WTCQ-FM, 97.7, Your Favorite, 98Q)

                 Georgia Southern 20, South Alabama 17 F/OT

Softball: Vidalia 9, Bacon Co 7 (Region 2AA Championship)

                 Jeff Davis 10, Toombs Co 2 at Vidalia (Region 2AA Tournament)

                 Windsor Academy 2, RTCA 1 

Cross Country: Vidalia and Toombs Co at Bleckley Co Invitational 4:00pm

Volleyball: Vidalia 2, Appling Co 0

                     New Hampstead 2, Vidalia 1 at New Hampstead

Friday, October 4

Football: Montgomery Co 40, Treutlen 26 (HC)

                  Monsignor Donovan 22, RTCA 0

                 Toombs Co 38, Bacon Co 0 

Baseball: Braves 3, Cardinals 0

Saturday, October 5

Football: North Carolina 38, Georgia Tech 22 

                 Georgia 43, Tennessee 14

Cheerleading: Sweet Onion Cheer Classic at Vidalia

Volleyball: Vidalia at Area Tournament at Savannah Classical 10:00am

Sunday, October 6

Football: Texans 53, Falcons 32

NASCAR: Monster Energy Drink Cup Series at Dover Winner: Kyle Larson 

Baseball: Braves 3, Cardinals 1 (NLDS Game 3)

September 27—The Vidalia Indians jumped out to an early lead and defeated the Bryan County Redskins 41-12 for Homecoming Friday night at Buck Cravey Field.

The Indians got the board with just 8:40 in the first quarter when Quarterback Bryce Davis ran the ball into the end zone from four yards out. Tate McDaniel kicked the point-after for a 7-0 lead.

On the Indians next possession Jaedyn Stanley scored on a 38-yard run. McDaniel kicked the extra-point for a 14-0 lead.

Vidalia scored next when Davis hit Antrevion Williams for a 35-yard touchdown pass. The extra-point was no good to make the score 20-0 Indians with 1:50 remaining in the first period.

The Indians scored again when Kyle Hines ran to the Redskins 44 yard-line for two yards and fumbled the ball. Torre Bellamy recovered the fumble and ran it in for a touchdown. Brennan Dooly made the extra point for a 27-0 lead.

Jackie Robinson scored next for the Indians from 9 yards out with 7:41 left in the first half. McDaniel kicked the point after for a 34-0 Vidalia lead.

The Redskins finally got on the board on a Jack Perry 34-yard field goal with 42 seconds in the half for a 34-3 lead for the Indians.

Vidalia opened up the lead to 41-3 when Jaedyn Stanley scored his second touchdown on the night on a 50-yard run with 10:54 in the third quarter. Dooly made the point after kick.

Bryan County had the Indians backed up and scored on a safety when Will Kroymann tackled Caden Spivey in the end zone with 3:25 left in the third to make the score 41-5 Vidalia.

In the fourth quarter with just 1:30 left in the game and the running clock Bryan County scored once more when Quarterback Josiah Scott hit John Eldridge from 8-yards out. Parry kicked the extra-point to make the final score 41-12 Vidalia.

Vidalia racked up 232 yards in total offense to just 87 yards for Bryan County. The Indians had 164 yards rushing to just 25 yards for the Redskins.

Jaedyn Stanley led the Indians in rushing with 5 carries for 130 yards. Quarterback Bryce Davis was 7-11 for 68 yards passing with 1 touchdown pass.

The 1969 VHS Indians State Championship Football team was honored at the game and celebrated their 50th Reunion. 9 30 19 VHS Homecoming Queen

Congratulations to (Left)Jariyah Williams who was crowned the 2019 VHS Homecoming Queen. (Photo By John Conner)

The Indians improve to 4-1 overall and 1-0 in the region. Vidalia is off next Friday and will travel to Hazlehurst October 11th at 7:30. You can hear the game on WTCQ-FM, 97.7 FM and streaming on

Treutlen at Joco picSeptember 27-- The Treutlen Vikings jumped out to a quick 12 – 0 lead but couldn’t hang on and fell on the road to the Johnson County Trojans 40 – 30 at Herschel Walker Field in Wrightsville Friday night.

Treutlen took the opening drive 61 yards in 7 plays capped by a 1 yard run by QB Sabo Mitchell to grab an early 6 – 0 lead with 8:42 remaining in the first quarter. The PAT attempt sailed wide left. After forcing Johnson County to turn it over on downs at the Viking 32 yard line, Treutlen scored again just 3 plays later when running back Dorian Burns sprang loose for a 61 yard touchdown run with 4:25 left in the first quarter to extend the lead to 12 – 0. The two point conversion attempt was unsuccessful.

The rest of the first half was all Trojans as they scored on touchdown runs of 5 and 20 yards by CJ Graddy and Germivy Tucker with two successful two point conversions to take a 16 – 12 halftime lead.

Johnson County extended their lead with 5:84 left in the third quarter on a 32 yard run by Tucker with a successful 2 point conversion to give the Trojans a 24 – 12 lead. Treutlen answered with 1:04 left in the third quarter when QB PJ Smiley scored on a 1 yard run, capping an 84 yard drive on 8 plays. PJ Smiley also ran in the two point conversion to cut the lead to 24 – 20 but could get no closer.

Johnson County scored twice in the fourth quarter to pull away on two runs of 1 yard each by QB Christian McAfee and running back CJ Grady. Both 2 point conversions were successful to make the final score 40 – 20 in favor of the home Trojans.

Treutlen falls to 3 – 2 on the season and will face their rivals, the Montgomery County Eagles next Friday night for homecoming at Bobby Driggers Stadium in Soperton. Kickoff will be at 7:30. Be sure to catch all the action on Sweet Onion Country 101.7 FM and online at

September 27—The RTCA Lady Crusaders snagged a late lead and defeated Pinewood Christian 5-4 on Thursday. RTCA was down 4-3 in the top of the seventh inning when Tanner Wright singled on a 1-1 count, scoring two runs.

Pinewood Christian opened up scoring in the second inning, when Kadence Sowell singled on the first pitch of the at bat, scoring one run.

Tori Wright toed the rubber for RTCA. She surrendered one run on two hits over three innings, striking out two.

Cierra Kinlaw was on the rubber for Pinewood Christian. She went seven innings, allowing five runs on eight hits, striking out eight and walking one.

The Lady Crusaders socked one home run on the day. Wright had a long ball in the fourth inning.

RTCA scattered eight hits in the game. Wright and Charlee Ely each collected multiple hits for the Lady Crusaders.

September 27-- The VHS Indians Cross Country team brought home another 1st place finish in their division at the Southern Georgia Championship at Jeff Davis Wednesday. They finished 4th in the overall competition in a field of 38 teams. Cole Register(Left) led the team placing 12th in a field of 247 runners. 9 26 19 Cole Register

“Cole is running extremely well as we approach our last two regular season meets. Luke Palmer and Tucker Coleman had exceptional races, but both took a fall in the race and had to make up for lost time. I am so proud of their composure and determination throughout the race. I look for big things to come for these young men.” Coach Mandy Godbee said.

“Sarah Owen continues to dominate every week, she ran in the second place position. Sarah's ability to face large races head on and compete with the best in the state continues to impress.

Isabella Holloway, Allie Whitaker, Ashley Hammock and Kaitlyn Allen continue to excel and show improvement as they entered into the picture of the state rankings as a team. They are currently ranked 8th.” Coach Godbee stated

The team will travel to Bleckley County next Thursday, October 3rd.

September 25—The VHS Lady Indians defeated the Bryan Co Lady Redskins 17-5 in five innings in Pembroke Tuesday to finish 14-0 in Region 2AA. Madison Starr picks up the win in the circle for the Lady Indians who finish the regular season 21-5. Vidalia is the number one seed in the Region 2AA Tournament which starts next Monday.

September 23-- The VHS Indians Cross Country team competed in two meets this past week and the Boys brought home the win in both meets. The first of the two meets was at the 1st Toombs County Invitational Meet on Wednesday. Both the Lady Indians and the Indians brought home the championship and individual winners.9 23 19 VHS CC Girls

Sarah Owen finished in 1st place,(Left) Kaitlyn Allen 2nd, Allie Whitaker 3rd, and (Left) Isabella Holloway 6th.  For the guys, Cole Register 1st, Tucker Coleman 3rd, Luke Palmer 4th, (Below) Chason Brogdon 6th, Jace Gabbard 7th.  9 23 19 Chason Brogden

Thursday the team loaded up once again and headed to Milledgeville for another awesome day of competition and excellent results! The Lady Indians placed 3rd as a team and the Men brought home another 1st place finish in a much larger race with 16 teams competing. 

Sarah Owen ran an outstanding race while she ran down the runner in 2nd place and was closing in on the leader. Sarah finished 2nd with a time of 21:14 in the race and was very near her personal best. Cole Register placed 4th with a time of 17:54 and was also very near his personal best time.

September 23-- Week One is down for the VHS Competition Cheerleading team. At West Laurens this past Saturday the Indians competed against nine AA teams and finished in 2nd place behind Bacon Co. by a small margin. The team will be competing in Statesboro this weekend at Hanner Field House on the Georgia Southern University Campus.9 23 19 VHS Cheer WL 2nd place 9 27 19

(Pictured left): Hailey Metts, Chrislyn Kersey, Jadhari Jones, Hayden Williamson, Danni Thompson, Rocki Johnson, Megan Morris Coach Spivey, Breanna Barfield, Jayla Phillips, Brynna Wheeler, Ivy Martinez, Kyliegh Johnson, Celeste Hodges, Rebecca Evans, Coach Toole. (Front Row): Sara Kate Palmer, Madison Toole, Madison Sharpton, Abby Phillips.

September 23-- The JR Trippe Middle School Chiefs defeated Swainsboro Middle School Tigers 12 to 6 on a last play of the game heroic interception returned for a touchdown by Antonio Barron. The game opened with a 60-yard drive by the Chiefs scoring from 20 yards out by Barron, the point after was no good. Swainsboro answered with a 65-yard drive of their own and a one-yard touchdown, their point after also failed. After a Chief punt, the tigers were driving the ball again when Jacaree Washington intercepted a pass. Both teams traded possessions until Swainsboro had the football and were driving down the field before AJ McLendon intercepted the ball on the Chiefs 5-yeard line to end the half. The second half of play was loaded with long drives and trading possessions, but no scoring.

Coach Grady Hart commented, “We were able to play solid defense and slow down their passing attack a lot today.”

With the score tied, 8 seconds to go in the game, and pinned in their end of the field; the tigers decided to throw a long pass in an attempt to win. On the Chiefs 45-yard line Barron intercepted the ball and returned it 55 yards for the game winning touchdown as the clock went to zero. 9 23 19 Chiefs Football

(Left) #10 Antonio Barron returning the game winning touchdown!

“We were really pleased with our team effort today. Win or lose we played hard nosed, Vidalia football and that’s what our number one goal is,”  Coach James Ferry stated.

September 23—Here are the latest sports schedules for this week.

Monday, September 23

Softball: Bacon Co 13, Toombs Co 5 

                 Jenkins Co 11, Treutlen 5 

Tuesday, September 24

Softball: Vidalia 17, Bryan Co 5 F/5

                 McIntosh Co Academy 9, Treutlen 6

                 Jenkins Co 11, Montgomery Co 3 

                 Windsor Academy 4, RTCA 1

Baseball: Royals 9, Braves 6 

Volleyball: Vidalia 3, Dublin 0

Wednesday, September 25

Baseball: Braves 10, Royals 2 

Softball: Toombs Co 9, Metter 7 (Region Play-In)

                 Hawkinsville 10, Treutlen 7

Cross Country: Vidalia and Toombs Co at Southern Ga. Championship at Jeff Davis 4:00pm

Thursday, September 26

Football: Bulldogs Live 7:06pm (WTCQ-FM, 97.7, Your Favorite, 98Q)

Softball: Bryan Co 13, Toombs Co 5 (Game 1)

                Toombs Co 7, Bryan Co 5 (Game 2) (Best of Three Region 2AA Tournament)

                 Montgomery Co 9, Atkinson Co 8 

                 RTCA 5, Pinewood 4

Friday, September 27

Football: Vidalia 41, Bryan Co 12

                 Johnson Co 40, Treutlen 20 

                 Briarwood Academy 35, RTCA 7

                 Metter 14, Toombs Co 3

                 Vidalia Heritage Academy 40, Coastal 28 

Baseball: Mets 4, Braves 2 

Softball: Toombs Co 7, Bryan Co 6 Game 3 (Region 2AA Tournament)

                Claxton at Treutlen 4:00pm

Saturday, September 28

Football: Temple 24, Georgia Tech 2

                 University of Louisiana- Lafayette 37, Georgia Southern 24

Baseball: Mets 3, Braves 0 

Cheerleading: Vidalia at GSU (Hosted by Screven Co)

Sunday, September 29

Football: Titans 24, Falcons 10

NASCAR: Monster Energy Cup Series at Charlotte Winner: Chase Elliott 

Baseball: Mets 7, Braves 6 F/11

September 20—After a slow start in the first quarter, the Vidalia Indians gained 358 yards in total offense and scored five touchdowns and improved to 3-1 on the season with a 36-0 win over the Long County Blue Tide at Buck Cravey Field Friday night. 9 20 19 VHS Football

After a 0-0 score at the end of the first quarter, the Indians scored their first of three touchdowns in the second quarter with 9:31 on the clock on a 23 yard run by Quarterback Bryce Davis. The PAT was no good to put the Indians up 6-0.

Jaedyn Stanley scored his first of two touchdowns of the night with 8:02 in the period on a 9 yard run. Stanley also ran in the two-point conversion to put Vidalia up 14-0.

The Indians would score again when Bryce Davis hit Jackie Robinson on an 18-yard pass with 2:17 remaining before the half. Tate McDaniel kicked the point after to make the score 21-0 Indians.

In the second half the Indians scored on a Jaedyn Stanley 9-yard run. McDaniel kicked the extra point to go up 28-0 with 6:49 left in the third quarter.

The Indians would score their final touchdown of the game when Bryce Davis threw a 32 yard pass to Marc Wardlaw with 3:18 left in the third quarter. Davis ran in the two-point conversion to make the score 36-0.

The Indians defense held the Blue Tide to just 146 yards of total offense. The Vidalia offense racked up 24 first downs to just 11 for Long County. Vidalia rushed for 268 yards and was led by Jaedyn Stanley with 119 yards on 22 carries. Long County had just 84 yards running the ball and went 9-17 for 62 yards in passing. The Indians were 4-7 in passing for 90 total yards.

It’s Homecoming for the Indians next Friday night hosting Bryan County in the first region game of the season. Kickoff is set for 7:30pm at Buck Cravey Field.(Photo By John Conner)

DSC 0398 2 1 smallSeptember 21-- The Treutlen Vikings went on the road to Savannah and fell to the Calvary Day Cavaliers 42 – 6 giving the Vikings their first loss of the season. Cav running back Greg Daniel had 4 rushing touchdowns on the night to lead Calvary Day.

The Vikings fumbled on their first play from scrimmage giving Calvary Day a first and ten at the Viking 34 yard line. The Treutlen defense held forcing Calvary Day to punt after not being able to move the ball. It would be the only time Treutlen was able to corral the Cavalier offense in the first half.

Calvary Day scored on their next four offensive possessions as well as blocking a Viking punt and recovering it in the end zone for another score. Cavalier running back Greg Daniel scored 3 of his 4 rushing touchdowns in the first half on runs of 10, 12, and 49 yards. Kaleb Park added a 37 yard td reception from Thomas Carver to give Calvary Day a commanding 35 – 0 halftime lead.

Daniel added his fourth rushing touchdown on the night with 4:29 remaining in the third quarter to extend the lead to 42 – 0. Treutlen was able to score with 2:15 remaining in the game when running back Jeremiah Miller ran it in from 12 yards out capping a 9 play, 63 yard drive. The PAT sailed wide right and the Vikings fell 42 – 6.

Treutlen falls to 3 – 1 on the season and travels to Wrightsville to face Johnson County in their first sub-region contest of the season. Johnson County also lost in Savannah, losing to Savannah Country Day 25 – 22 by a field as time ran out. Kickoff will be at 7:30 at Herschel Walker Field. Be sure to catch all the action on Sweet Onion Country 101.7 FM and online at

September 19—The VHS Lady Indians improved to 13-0 in Region 2AA and 20-5 overall after a 4-1 win over Swainsboro at home Wednesday. (L-R) Toniyah Cook, Eriika Poole, Mahogany Johnson and Taylor McClendon were honored for Senior Night. 9 19 19 VHS Softball Seniors

Vidalia will travel to Bryan County next Tuesday at 5:30 for the last region game of the season. You can hear the game on News Talk WVOP-AM 970 and 105.3 FM and streaming on By Carroll Williams)

September 18-- The JR Trippe Cross Country team competed at the Release the Hounds Cross Country meet on Saturday.

The girls were led by Deserae Lummley with a personal best finish followed by Justice Cook.

Dakota Brannon led the way for the boys and had an excellent race and time for the 2 mile with a 13:30. He was followed by Abrien Anthony and Jack Godbee. 

“I can't say enough about this middle school crew. They work hard every day and juggle other sports and activities. I am looking forward to watching them grow and prosper over the season and years to come.” Coach Mandy Godbee said.

September 18—The VHS Lady Indians improved to 12-0 in Region 2AA with a 7-2 win over the Jeff Davis Lady Yellow Jackets in Hazlehurst Tuesday. Vidalia scored one run in the first, three runs in the fifth and sixth innings. Pitcher Madison Starr gets the win with a complete game. 9 18 19 Braddy VHS Softball

Vidalia is 19-5 overall and will host Swainsboro Wednesday at 5:30pm for Senior Night. You can hear the game on News Talk WVOP-AM 970 and 105.3 FM and streaming on by Carroll Williams)

September 16—The Vidalia Indians Softball team traveled to Madison, Ga. this past Friday and Saturday to play in the Lady Dog Morgan County Invitational. The Indians came away with a runner-up finish in the Gold Bracket Division after losing 3-0 to Eastside (4A) from Covington, who improved their record to 17-1 after the win. Vidalia picked up wins over Appling County (3A) 7-3 and defending AA state champions Social Circle 9-7 and Jackson (3A) 10-0. Their losses were at the expense of Newton (7A) 14-4 record by a count of 5-4 and Eastside in the Gold Division Championship.

“I was extremely pleased with the way our kids competed throughout the weekend. They’ve been challenged by our coaching staff to be better at this and have responded well to the challenge. We have such a coachable group which makes them a pleasure to take out of town to represent our school and community.” VHS Head Coach Brad Thompson said. (Pictured Ashtyn Braddy)9 16 19 Ashtyn Braddy

The Lady Indians are now 18-4 for the season and travel to Jeff Davis Tuesday to face the Yellow Jackets at 6:00PM. You can hear the game on News Talk WVOP-AM 970 and 105.3 FM and streaming on

September 16-- The Vidalia Indians Cross Country team competed in Gray, Georgia Saturday at the Release the Hounds Invitational.  

The Lady Indians performed their best of the season with Sarah Owen finishing 8th overall with Kaitlyn Allen, Allie Whitaker, Isabella Holloway and Ashley Hammock all turning in huge personal best times. Kaitlyn Allen ran a 23.59 while Allie and Isabella were just behind her running 24.21 and 24.27.  Freshman Ashley Hammock wiped off over a minute of her personal best time while running a 25.31. The Lady Indians brought home a 4th place team finish. 

“I couldn't be more proud of their hard work and dedication to running and to each other. They have overcome a huge milestone and have their sights set on big things in October and November.” Coach Mandy Godbee said.

The Indians had 2 individual placers with Cole Register placing 14th with a time of 18.09 and Luke Palmer placing 17th with another personal best time of 18:15. Tucker Coleman was the 3rd finisher for the team and broke the 19 minute barrier for the first time with an 18:44. Jace Gabbard, Markell Parrish, Michael Blount and Daniel Hodges also ran exceptionally well. “As a whole, we had lots of personal bests and excellent racing!” Coach Godbee stated.9 16 19 VHS CC Girls

(L-R): Coach Erica Palmer, Keyashia Harden, Ashley Hammock, Allie Whitaker, Kaitlyn Allen, Sarah Owen, Felicity Day, Zoee Jones, Emmie Whitaker, Coach Mandy Godbee.

September 16-- The JR Trippe Middles School football team defeated West Laurens this past Thursday 58-6 with a total team effort.

Coach James Ferry stated, “The coaches were extremely proud of the effort our young men put out today. Our kids played until the last whistle regardless of the score.”

The scoring began with Antonio Barron running off left side from eight yards out and then added the point after touchdown. On the ensuing kickoff, Barron caused and recovered the returner’s fumble giving the Chiefs the ball on the Raiders’ 25-yard line. On the next play, Tucker McDonald threw a backside 25-yard post pattern to Barron for a touchdown. Barron kicked the point after. The Raiders’ next possession was stopped by Ahmelion Jones’ fourth down tackle for a loss giving the Chiefs outstanding field position. The Chiefs went a short series of plays to take the ball to the Raiders’ 16-yard line.

“Ronald Pointer was blocking his tail off during the series,” offensive line coach Parker Fletcher commented.

McDonald connected with Tristan Robinson for a 16-yard touchdown pass to make the score 22-0. On the next possession, Jacaree Washington made a spectacular one-handed interception and 54-yard return for a touchdown and Barron’s kick made the score 30-0. The Raiders’ keep the ball for a few plays and marched it down to the Chiefs’ 40-yard line. Nathan Mack and Ahmelion Jones combined on a fourth down tackle for loss to give the Chiefs’ back the football. A later fumble returned the favor back to West Laurens, who soon scored on a one-yard touchdown pass. Andrew Norfleet intercepted the point after attempt. On the first play from scrimmage and last play of the half, Barron ran off a 60-yard touchdown run with help from his offensive line to make the score 36-6 at halftime.

Coach Hunter James stated, “It’s important to score right before and then get the ball back first after the half to double up the score.” The opening offensive play of the second half was a 75-yard jaunt by Tristan Robinson along with Barron’s kick made the score 44-6. The Chiefs’ defense answered the call again with a stop.

“Our defense played excellent today. The kids played solid, hard nosed football. The brand we like in Vidalia,” stated Chiefs’ defensive coordinator Grady Hart.

AJ McClendon ran 30 and 15 yard runs before Washington set up the next score with a 12-yard trap to the one yard line. From there, McDonald finished the drive with a sneak and Barron’s kick made the score 52-6. After trading the ball back and forth a few times, as well as mass substitution by both teams, Brandon Smith capped the scoring with a 15-yard run off the right side to put the final score at 58-6.

“Our guys played well after two weeks since our last game. We still have some growing to do, but we are proud of our team at this point in the season,” noted Coach Ferry.

September 16—Here are the latest sports schedules for this week.

Monday, September 16

Softball: ACE Charter 14, Treutlen 0 

                RTCA 11, Thomas Jefferson Academy 3

                Wheeler Co  8, Toombs Co 3

Volleyball: Tattnall Co 2, Vidalia 0 and Wayne Co 2, Vidalia 0 

Tuesday, September 17

Baseball: Phillies 5, Braves 4 

Softball: Vidalia 7, Jeff Davis 2

                 Wheeler Co 8, Treutlen 0 

                 Bryan Co 7, Toombs Co 2

Volleyball: Vidalia 2, Savannah Classical 0 (Match 1)

                     Vidalia 2, Savannah Classical 0 (Match 2) 

Wednesday, September 18

Baseball: Phillies 4, Braves 1 

Softball: Vidalia 4, Swainsboro 1

                 Bacon Co 8, Toombs Co 0

                 Savannah Christian 10, Treutlen 8

                 RTCA 17, FPCA  2 (Game One)

                 RTCA 16, FPCA 1 (Game Two) 

Cross Country: Vidalia at Toombs Co 4:00pm

Thursday, September 19

Baseball: Braves 5, Phillies 4 

Football: Bulldogs Live 7:06pm (WTCQ-FM, 97.7, Your Favorite, 98Q)

Softball: Savannah Christian 14, Montgomery Co 6

                 Toombs Co 11, Metter 3

                 RTCA  17, Twiggs Academy 0

Cross Country: Vidalia at GMC Bulldog Dash 4:00pm

Friday, September 20

Football: Vidalia 36, Long Co 0

                   Calvary Day 42, Treutlen 6

                   Edmund Burke Academy 40, RTCA 28

                   Claxton 40, Montgomery Co 25

                   Vidalia Heritage Academy 30, Nathanael Greene Academy 6

Baseball: Braves 6, Giants 0 (Braves NL East Champions)

Volleyball: Vidalia at Islands Tournament

Saturday, September 21

NASCAR: Monster Energy Cup Series at Richmond Winner: Martin Truex Jr.

Football:  Georgia 23, Notre Dame 17  

Baseball: Braves 8, Giants 1 

Softball: Calvary Day 11, Montgomery Co 4

Volleyball: Vidalia at Islands Tournament

Sunday, September 22

Football: Colts 27, Falcons 24 

Baseball: Giants 4, Braves 1

September 14—The RTCA Crusaders made a long road trip to McDonough Friday night and came home with a 41-12 win over the AAA Creekside Cougars. The Crusaders dominated the game and scored five touchdowns in the first half.9 16 19 RTCA Football

The Crusaders scored with 8:43 in the first quarter on a 37-yard run by Cade Jones to lead 6-0.

RTCA got on the board next on a Clayton Meadows pass to Jashawn Powell. Landon Botelho ran in the two-point conversion to put RTCA up 14-0.

After a Crusader drive Jacob Edwards would take the ball into the end zone on a one-yard run with 4:02 left in the first period for a 20-0 lead.

Quarterback Clayton Meadows would throw his second touchdown pass of the game to Jashawn Powell with 10:20 on the clock in the second quarter. Meadows would connect on a pass to Payton Phillips on the two-point try for a 20-0 lead.

The Crusaders scored again before the half on a 22-yard touchdown pass to Powell. Botelho kicked the extra point for a 35-0 lead. With under a minute to go in the half the Crusaders gave up a Hail Mary to make it 35 -6 at the half.

The Crusaders scored their final touchdown with 3:12 left in the third period on a Cade Jones scamper. The extra-point try was no good to make the score 41-6. Creekside would score again in the fourth to make the final score 41-12.

Cade Jones had 143 yards rushing with three touchdowns. Landon Bell rushed for 74 yards on 5 carries. Clayton Meadows was 5-10 for 117 yards with three touchdowns. Jashawn Powell had 3 receptions for 85 yards and 3 touchdowns. Defensively the Crusaders were led by Jody Graham, Cade Jones and Landon Bell and only allowed one first down in the first half.

RTCA improves to 2-1 for the season and will host Edmund Burke Academy Friday at 7:30. You can hear the game on News Talk WVOP-AM 970 and 105.3 FM and streaming on

Jackie RobinsonSept 13---Jayden Stanley rushed for 163 yards and a touchdown as the Vidalia Indians improved to 2-1 on the year with a 15-6 win over Tattnall County on the road Friday night. The Indians racked up 254 yards on the ground while holding the Battle Creek Warriors to just 13 yards rushing.

The Indians began the night on offense at their own 35 yard line and marched yards in 10 plays behind the running of Jayden Stanley who finished the drive off on a 2 yard plunge to give the Indians the lead 7-0 with 4 minutes and 30 seconds gone off the clock.

The Vidalia defense would then get their first of five three and outs forcing the Battle Creek Warriors to punt from their own 25 yard line.

A good return by Jackie Robinson set the Indians up at their own 47 yard line with 5:45 to go in the first quarter. The Indians would move the ball to the Tattnall 16 before bogging down, setting up a 33 yard field goal attempt by Brennan Dooley which sailed just wide keeping the score 7-0 with 1:06 to go in the opening quarter.

Again Tattnall County could not move the ball despite getting their first of only six first downs on the night and would punt the ball away again. This time the Tattnall punter would hit a 42 yarder which put the Indians at their own 28 to begin their 3rd possession of the night.

This time the Indians would move backwards in 3 plays which included one of six penalties on the night and be forced to punt the ball away from their own 19 yard line. This began a series of back to back three and outs in which Tattnall County would flip the field position on their third punt of the night pinning Vidalia back at their own 4 yard line with 7:25 left to go in the half.

The Indians were not able to move the ball past their own 9 yard line and following Dawson Ricks 2nd punt of the night, the Battle Creek Warriors had the ball inside Vidalia territory for the first time of the night.

A six yard gain on first down set up a 2nd and four from the Vidalia 34 yard line with 5:11 to go in the half. On second down Tattnall quarterback Aiden Willis hit Victor Castro who had broke open down the middle, in stride for a 34 yard strike to make the score 7-6. But a missed PAT left the score 7-6 with 5:04 to go in the half.

Neither team would be able to muster any offense the rest of the half, but the Indians had one more chance inside Warrior territory when Mathew Hill blocked a Tattnall punt which was recovered at the 29 yard line. But 2 incomplete passes and a penalty forced the Indians into another field goal try. However a low snap forced Bryce Davis to roll out to the right and try to find Jayden Stanley who was running a hot route, but the pass fell incomplete and turned the ball over with Tattnall County who ran the clock out to end the half at 7-6.

Tattnall would be forced into another three and out to start the second half but a 42 yard punt would pin the Indians at their own 10 yard line with 10:28 to go in the 3rd quarter. From there the Indians would go on a 14 play 72 yard drive which ate up almost 9 minutes off the clock, behind the running of Stanley and Davis. But again the Indians would come up empty as Dooley’s kick fell short from 37 yards.

Again the Vidalia defense would rise to the occasion and force the Warriors into another punting situation. Once again Bush would pin the Indians deep, kicking the ball to the 15 yard line.

But this time Vidalia would not be denied. Behind hard running from Stanley and Davis, the Indians would go 85 yards in 12 plays taking 6:05 off the clock, with Bryce Davis taking it in behind blocking around the left side from 5 yards out to give the Indians a 13-6 lead with 2:55 to go in the game. The Indians would go for two with Davis sweeping to the right side behind blocking and cruise into the end zone for the two point conversion to make it a 9 point lead 15-6.

Tattnall would run three plays before Antrevion Williams would pick off a Willis pass to seal the deal.

Vidalia ended the night with 290 total yards while the defense held Tattnall to just 128 yards. The Indians also racked up 19 first downs to Tattnall’s six and almost doubled the time of possession with Vidalia holding the ball for 31:46 to Tattnall’s 16:14. Bryce Davis added 71 yards on 12 carries on the ground, but was just 4 for 14 through the air for 36 yards.

The Indians return home Friday night to take on Long County before opening Region 2AA play in two weeks against Bryan County. Kickoff Friday night is set of 7:30 at Buck Cravey Field.

September 13—The RTCA Lady Crusaders took home a 6-1 victory over Windsor Academy on the road Thursday.

Bailey Holland was in the circle for RTCA. She pitched a complete game allowing four hits and one run while striking out nine and walking only one.

The Lady Crusaders had eleven hits led by Tanner Wright who went 4-4 at the plate. Bailey Holland and Tori Wright each had multiple hits for RTCA.

The Lady Crusaders improve to 10-0 in the region and are in first place.

September 13—The VHS Lady Indians blanked rivals the Toombs Co Lady Bulldogs 8-0 in five innings at home Thursday. Vidalia improves their Region 2AA record to 11-0. 9 13 19 VHS Softball 22Three Lady Indians hit home runs, Toniyah Cook, Jana Hyers and a three-run walk-off by (left) Alli Taufmann. Pitcher Erika Poole gets the win allowing just two hits, with two strikeouts and zero walks.

September 11—The VHS Lady Indians held on to beat the Bacon Co Lady Raiders 3-2 Tuesday in Alma. Vidalia remains undefeated in Region 2AA at 10-0 and 14-3 overall. Freshman pitcher Madison Starr pitched a complete game and gets the win. Mahogany Johnson (left) had a two-run homer in the fifth inning. 9 11 19 Mahogany Johnson

Vidalia will host Toombs Co Thursday at 6PM. You can hear the game on News Talk WVOP-AM 970 and 105.3 FM and streaming on

September 10—The RTCA Lady Crusaders defeated Trinity Christian 3-2 on Monday after taking the lead late in the game.  The game was tied at two with the Lady Crusaders batting in the bottom of the fifth when Tori Wright singled on a 1-1 count, scoring one run.

The pitching was strong on both sides. RTCA High School Crusaders pitchers struck out ten, while Trinity Christian sat down eight.

Trinity Christian captured the lead in the second inning.

In the bottom of the third inning, RTCA tied things up at two. Wright singled on the first pitch of the at bat, scoring one run.

Wright was in the pitcher's circle for RTCA. She surrendered two runs on two hits over four innings, striking out five and walking one.

RTCA racked up nine hits. Ellie Graham, Wright, and Charlee Ely each managed multiple hits the Lady Crusaders.  Graham went 3-for-3 at the plate to lead the team in hits.

September 9-- The RTCA Crusaders had five former players play college football this Saturday, with four of them playing against each other. Torrey Patterson was the leading rusher for Messabi Range, with over 100 yards rushing. While Jalin Harris lead Dakota of Bottino in tackles from his strong safety position with 11.

9 9 19 RTCA Players 29 9 19 RTCA Players 1

Sensier Carnes started at fullback for North Carolina Wesleyan and had 50 yards receiving. On the other side Zack Pendergrass  started at cornerback for Emory & Henry and had 3 pass breakups.

9 9 19 Blaine Miller

Blane Miller played in his first game at defensive end, as Merryville took on Berry and recorded his first collegiate sack.

September 9—The VHS Indians Cross Country team competed in Carrollton, GA Saturday with some promising results. Sarah Owen continues to dominate in style as she finished 3rd in the Class 1A, 2A and 3A combined division. 

“This was her first time to compete on the official state meet course, which is a very challenging course, and she competed exceptionally well. Sarah was in 3rd place half way through the course and began pressing the runner ahead of her, nearly catching her. It is always exciting to watch her compete and learn from every race.” Coach Mandy Godbee said.

Cole Register led the men's team with an 8th place finish. Chason Brogdon is responding to his intense training and ran a very good race finishing just behind Cole along with Luke Palmer just 5 seconds behind. It was the pack of Indians that followed that sealed a 3rd place team finish. The pack included Jace Gabbard, Michael Blount, Markell Parrish and Tucker Coleman. The Indians placed third behind Lovett and Westminster.9 9 19 VHS Cross Country

Front row: Chason Brogdon, Luke Palmer, Markell Parrish, Cole Register, Michael Blount and Jace Gabbard.

September 9—Here are the latest sports schedules for this week.

Monday, September 9

Baseball: Braves 7, Phillies 2

Softball: Treutlen at Hawkinsville 5:00pm (Postponed)

                  RTCA 3, Trinity Christian Academy 2

                  Toombs Co 5, St. Vincent's 4

                  Toombs Co 17, St. Vincent's 6

Tuesday, September 10

Baseball: Phillies 6, Braves 5 

Softball: Vidalia 3, Bacon Co 2

                  ECI 12, Treutlen 4 

                  Montgomery Co 16, Claxton 1

                  Jeff Davis 5, Toombs Co 4

Volleyball: Toombs Co 2, Vidalia 0

                     Woodville-Tompkins 2, Vidalia 1 

Wednesday, September 11

Baseball: Braves 3, Phillies 1

Thursday, September 12

Baseball: Phillies 9, Braves 5

Softball: Vidalia 8, Toombs Co 0 F/5

                 Claxton at Treutlen 5:00pm (Cancelled)

                 Wheeler Co 15, Montgomery Co 0

                 RTCA 6, Windsor Academy 1 

Cross Country: Toombs Co at Richmond Hill 5:00pm

Volleyball: Vidalia 2, Jenkins Co 0 

Friday, September 13

Football: Vidalia 15, Tattnall Co 6

                   RTCA 41, Creekside 12 

                   Toombs Co 49, Claxton 31

                   Vidalia Heritage Academy at Peoples Baptist Academy (McDonough) 7:30pm (Cancelled)

Softball: Vidalia 7, Appling Co 3 

                  Vidalia 9, Social Circle 7 at Morgan Co Tournament

Baseball: Braves 5, Nationals 0

Saturday, September 14

Football: Georgia, Arkansas State 0 

                    The Citadel 27, Georgia Tech 24 F/OT

                    Minnesota 35, Georgia Southern 32 

Baseball: Braves 10, Nationals 1

Softball: Newton 6, Vidalia 5 

                   Vidalia 10, Jackson 0 (Morgan Co Tournament) 

                   ECI 5, RTCA 1

Cross Country: Vidalia at Rams Invitational at Macon 9:00am

                            Vidalia Heritage at Covenant Macon

Sunday, September 15

Baseball: Nationals 7, Braves 0 

NASCAR: Monster Energy Cup Series at Las Vegas Winner: Martin Truex Jr.

Football: Falcons 24, Eagles 20

Jayden StanleyThe Vidalia Indians scored 21 unanswered points in the second half to come back from a 21-3 deficit to defeat E.C.I. 24-21 Friday night in Twin City. With the win the Indians evened their record at 1-1 and will next travel to Tattnall County to take on the Battle Creek Warriors in a non-region match-up.

The Indians began the night in control on the offensive side of the ball driving from their own 37 to the Bulldog 11 before having to settle for a Brennan Dooley 28 yard field goal to make it 3-0 Vidalia with 4:20 to go in the opening quarter.

The Indian defense would get their 1st turnover of the night on the Bulldog first possession when Jackie Robinson would intercept a Chase Whitehead pass at the Indian 44 yard line. The Indians would then go on a 9 play drive to the E.C.I. 18 before a penalty stalled the dive with 8:05 to go in the half. Dooley’s 41 yard effort would just miss to the left and the Bulldogs would take over at their own 20 yard line.

From there the Dogs would go 80 yards in just seven plays getting big runs from Jarrell Jordan who would cap the drive with a 30 yard run with 4:23 to go in the half to make it 6-3 E.C.I. after a missed PAT.

The Indians could muster no offense on their next possession having to punt away with 1:54 to go in the half. The Bulldogs would waste no time scoring, moving 56 yards in just four plays on a Daquan Jones 3 yard run with 56 seconds to go in the half to make it 14-3 following a successful 2 point conversion.

The second half started much the same way as the first ended with E.C.I. taking the ball to start the half and driving the ball 62 yards in 7 plays with Jarrell Jordan scoring his 2nd touchdown of the night to make it 21-0 following a another successful 2 point conversion with 7:21 to go in the 3rd quarter.

That is all E.C.I. had for the Indians as on the ensuing kickoff, Jaden Stanley took the ball at his own 7 yard line with blocking up the middle and sprinted 93 yards for the score to make it 21-9 with 7:05 to go in the 3rd following an unsuccessful two point conversion.

The Indian defense would then take control holding the Dogs to a three and out forcing a punt which was hit short out of bounds at the Indian 40 yard line. The Indians would again move the ball on offense with Bryce Davis and Jayden Stanley picking up large gains to move the ball to the 2 yard line, where Davis would finish the drive with a two yard plunge. The PAT by Dooley was goo d and with 23 seconds to go in the third quarter the Indians only trailed 21-16.

E.C.I. again would not be able to move the ball on the Indian defense turning it over on downs and giving the ball back to the Indians at their 35 yard line. However the Indians would not be able to move the ball any further than the 40 yard line and Dawson Rick would kick the Dogs into a hole at their own 13 yard line, with 7:53 to go in the game.

The Vidalia defense again would hold E.C.I. to a three and out and following a punt, the Indians would take over on the Dog 43. Two plays later Jayden Stanley took it 35 yards for the score and following a two point conversion from Davis to Antrevion Williams the Indians would take the lead for good 24-21 with 4:16 to go in the game.

E.C.I. would nearly break the ensuing kick return taking the ball to the 44 yard line. But on the 2nd play from scrimmage Dawson Ricks would pick off a Whitehead pass at their own 46 yard line which allowed the Indians to run the clock out and securing the win 24-21.

On the night the Indians rushed for 226 yards with Bryce Davis rushing for 101 yards on 14 carries and a TD and Jayden Stanley carrying the ball 16 times for 89 yards and a score. Davis was also 7 for 11 through the air for 86 yards with Jackie Robinson accounting for 85 yards in receiving yards.

The Indians and The Battle Creek Warriors will kick off at 7:30 Friday night and you can catch all the action on Your Favorite 98Q or on the web at and clicking on the 98Q icon. You can also listen on your Android equip phone by going to the Google Play Store and downloading the southeastgeorgiatoday app.

September 6--  The UGA football field at Sanford Stadium in Athens is being named  Vince Dooley Field during ceremonies at Saturday's game with Murray State.

Sunday night at 8:05 you can hear Coach Dooley with Loran Smith on NewsTalk WVOP, AM 970 and FM 105.3 and streaming at www.southeastgeorgiatoday,.com.

Treutlen vs TwiggsSeptember 6-- The Treutlen Vikings are 3 – 0 for the first time since 2009 after their 31 – 20 win over the Twiggs County Cobras Friday night at Bobby Driggers stadium in Soperton. Sophomore linebacker Danny Clements intercepted a Cobra pass and returned it 37 yards for a touchdown with 4:27 remaining in the game to seal the victory.

Things didn’t start well for the Vikings who were missing 4 two-way starters due to injury. To make matters worse, the Vikings turned the ball over 5 times in their first 6 possessions, with two interceptions and 3 fumbles. While the Vikings were doing nothing right, Twiggs County scored first on a three yard run by the quarterback with 4:13 left in the first quarter to take a 6 – 0 lead. The PAT attempt was no good.

Late in the second quarter, Treutlen began to start moving the ball and found the end zone for the first time with just 1:04 left in the half on a 2 yard run by running back Dorian Burns. Danny Clements split the uprights with the PAT and Treutlen led 7 – 6.

The Viking defense forced the Cobras to turn the ball over on downs back to Treutlen at the Twiggs 30 yard line with 20 ticks of the clock left before the half. Treutlen scored on their second play as the clock ran out in the second quarter when QB PJ Smiley hit Kamron Jordan on a beautiful fade pattern for a 12 yard TD pass. The PAT was no good and the Vikings led 13 – 7 at the half.

Twiggs County took the lead back on their first possession of the third quarter when Jeremy Curtis ran it in from 27 yards out. The two point conversion run was good by running back Ramello Sherman and the Cobras led 14 – 13 with 9:40 remaining in the third quarter.

Treutlen took the lead again on their next possession when Smiley found wide receiver Tim Blair on a 29 yard touchdown pass with 7:21 left in the third quarter. The two point conversion pass was unsuccessful and the Vikings led 19 – 14.

The Cobras struck again just 5 plays later on a 50 yard pass to Shelton Williams to retake the lead. The two point conversion was good giving Twiggs County a 20 – 19 lead with 3:45 left in the third quarter.

The Vikings took the lead for good with 1:27 left in the third quarter on a 12 yard PJ Smiley touchdown run. The two point conversion was no good and the Vikings lead was 25 – 20 heading into the fourth quarter.

After turning it over on downs on their next possession, the Vikings needed a defensive stop and got just that when linebacker Danny Clements read a swing pass in the flat perfectly and picked off the pass running untouched 37 yards to seal the Viking victory 31 – 20.

The Vikings are now 3 – 0 on the season and will be off next Friday night before traveling to Savannah on September 20 to face the Calvary Day Cavaliers with kickoff set for 7:30. Be sure to catch all the action on Sweet Onion Country 101.7 FM and online at

Photo courtesy of Mechelle Foskey

September 5-- Vidalia High School Softball held its annual cancer awareness game on Wednesday at the Reservation. The GHSA designates a week in September for high school teams across the state to raise awareness by allowing them to wear the color that coordinates with the cancer awareness. This year, Coach Thompson chose to wear pink for Breast Cancer Awareness. Pam Blount was asked to throw out the ceremonial first and had this to announce to all in attendance before the pitch. 9 5 19 Blount

"Hello everyone, my name is Pamela Blount and I would first like to say Thank you for having me today. I am currently undergoing Breast Cancer treatment and preparing for Bilateral Mastectomy surgery next week. I was diagnosed with Stage 4 Invasive Ductal Carcinoma in Jan of this year after a routine Mammogram.   I am ashamed to say prior to this I have never been one to do self-exams or had never had a mammogram prior. I felt with no family history I would be fine. I quickly realized I was wrong. About 1 in 8 U.S. women will develop invasive breast cancer over the course of her lifetime. In 2019, an estimated 268,600 new cases of invasive breast cancer are expected to be diagnosed in women in the U.S., along with 62,930 new cases of non-invasive (in situ) breast cancer ... Please I urge you all to take your health seriously.  Educate yourself, younger women are being diagnosed and with early detection, survival rate past 5 years is as high as 93%. Again I would like to say Thank you for having me today and Let’s Go Lady Indians!"

9 5 19 Blount and Coach Thompson

Vidalia head coach Brad Thompson added....any time we have an avenue to educate not only our students here at VHS but our beloved fans is one we should never deny. Today we had the opportunity to have someone that our players are familiar with share her experience which hopefully makes it real to our team. I would like to thank Pam for having the courage to share her story and for her to know that Indian Nation is behind her, Chris and their children all the way. It was another GREAT DAY TO BE A VIDALIA INDIAN! (Pictures by Carroll Williams)

September 5— The VHS Lady Indians defeated the Treutlen Lady Vikings 8-0 in five innings Wednesday at home to improve to 11-2. Pitchers Erika Poole and Madison Starr combined for the win. Toniyah Cook goes 2-3 with a home run, Riley Robinson was 2-2 and Lydia Smith(Left) went 2-2 to lead Vidalia at the plate.9 5 19 Lydia Smith

Vidalia will host Metter at 5:30PM Thursday in a Region 2AA contest. You can hear the game on News Talk WVOP-AM 970 and 105.3 FM and streaming on

September 3—The Vidalia High School Cross Country team traveled to compete in the Jekyll Island Invitational Saturday. The Indians had to overcome wet, hot and humid conditions but ran well in the conditions.

The Lady Indians were led by Sarah Owen, who placed 21st with a time of 21.42 followed by Kaitlyn Allen and freshman, Ashley Hammock. Coach Mandy Godbee said, “Ashley is a talented runner and is getting better each meet and will continue to improve every single race.    9 3 19 VHS Cross Country

The Indians were led by Cole Register with a time of 18:43, followed by Tucker Coleman and Michael Blount. 

“Tucker and Michael continue to impress with his toughness on every single course! Next week in Carrollton we are excited to add another strong runner to our lineup, Jace Gabbard, he has moved from Lee's Summit, Missouri and has been officially cleared by the GHSA. I look for some very strong finishes as we compete on the state meet course in a large and competitive Orthopedic Invitational this Saturday.” Coach Godbee said.

September 3--The JR Trippe football team defeated Jeff Davis Middle School in their season opener this past Wednesday 26-20.

After the win Coach James Ferry stated, “It’s better to win ugly than to lose pretty. We played a solid first half, but we got complacent during half time and came out sloppy for the second.”

The Chiefs recovered a fumble on the opening kickoff to set up their offense on the Jacket nine-yard line. On the first offensive play of the season, AJ McClendon scored off the right side of the offense. Tristan Robinson scored the two-point conversion to give Trippe an 8-0 lead. Jeff Davis returned the favor with a long drive but failed the point after conversion to close the gap to 8-6. The chiefs fumbled on their next offensive play. The jackets immediately repaid the favor with a fumble of their own, which was recovered by Jacari Washington. After a few offensive plays, Antonio Barron scored off the left side with a 50-yard scamper down the opposing sideline. The point after touchdown sailed left. The Chiefs now led 14-6. With 1;38 to go in the half, AJ McClendon scored again from 40 yards out to give the Chiefs a 20-6 lead. On the next Jacket offensive play, Ahmelion Jones intercepted the Jeff Davis pass to end the half. Midway through the third quarter, Jacari Washington tip a jacket pass attempt into the arms of defensive end Dugan Johnson who outran the jacket offensive for 45 yards to the endzone. Again, the point after sailed left. After a few substitutions and a couple of Jeff Davis scores, the final score was 26-20.

Coach Grady Hart commented, “We played good, solid, hard nose defense for a half. We’ll work on extending that out for a whole game next week.”

September 2—Here are the latest sports schedules for this week.

Monday, September 2

Baseball: Braves 6, Blue Jays 3 

Tuesday, September 3

Softball: Vidalia at Bryan Co 5:00pm (News Talk WVOP-AM 970 and 105.3 FM) (Postponed)

                 Long Co at Treutlen 5:00pm (Postponed)

Baseball: Braves 7, Blue Jays 2

Volleyball: Toombs Co and Savannah Classical at Vidalia 4:00pm (Cancelled)

Wednesday, September 4

Softball: Vidalia 8, Treutlen 0 F/5 

Thursday, September 5

Softball: Vidalia 9, Metter 1

                 Swainsboro 9, Toombs Co 4 

                 Treutlen at Savannah Christian 5:00pm (Postponed)

                 McIntosh Co Academy at Montgomery Co 5:00pm (Postponed)

                 FPCA at RTCA (DH) 5:30pm (Postponed)

Baseball: Braves 4, Nationals 2

Football: Bulldogs Live 7:06pm (WTCQ-FM, 97.7, Your Favorite, 98Q)

Cross Country: Toombs Co at Wayne Co 4:00pm

Friday, September 6

Football: Vidalia 24, ECI 21

                 Treutlen 31, Twiggs Co 20 

                 RTCA 25, Westwood 12

                 Savannah Christian at Toombs Co 7:30pm (Cancelled)

                 Montgomery Co 29, Butler 26

                 Providence Homeschool 45, Vidalia Heritage Academy 12

Softball: Vidalia 5, Telfair Co 3 (Jeff Davis Tournament)

                 Coffee Co 9, Vidalia 0 (Jeff Davis Tournament)

Baseball: Braves 4, Nationals 3

Saturday, September 7

Football: Georgia Tech 14, South Florida 10 

                 Georgia 63, Murray State 17 

                 Georgia Southern 26, Maine 18 

Baseball: Braves 5, Nationals 4

Softball: Groves at Toombs Co (DH) 10:00am (Cancelled)

Cross Country: Vidalia at Ortho Invite at Carrollton 10:00am

Sunday, September 8

Football: Vikings 28, Falcons 12 

Baseball: Nationals 9, Braves 4

NASCAR: Monster Energy Cup Series at Indianapolis Motor Speedway Winner: Kevin Harvick

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