Hurricane Michael has delayed the start of Region 1-7A football games.

Camden County’s game at Colquitt County and the Lowndes-Tift County game were postponed to next week because of the storm, which is slated to make landfall today on the Florida Panhandle.

The revised schedule will now have Camden playing at Colquitt on Oct. 19, at Lowndes on Oct. 26 and hosts Tift County on Nov. 2 as originally schedule. Each team had a bye week during the region schedule, which allowed for the schedule adjustment.

As of Tuesday, Glynn Academy’s home game vs. Richmond Hill, Brunswick High’s road game at Effingham County, Frederica Academy’s home game against Trinity Christian and McIntosh County Academy’s game at Savannah Christian will still kick off as planned at 7:30 p.m. Friday for all games.


The Brunswick High softball team saw its season end Tuesday in the first round of the Class 6A state playoffs. The Lady Pirates, the No. 3 seed out of Region 2, lost to Greenbrier, the No. 2 seed out of Region 3, 12-0 and 13-0 in the first two games of their best-of-3 series.

In Game 1, Greenbrier got four runs in the first inning, five more in the third and three in the fourth to clinch the win in four innings. Brunswick was held to one hit, a double by Savannah Sellers.

In Game 2, Greenbrier got six runs in the top of the first and added two in the third, two in the fourth and three in the fifth for the win.

The Lady Pirates had six hits in the game. Leadoff hitter Raelyn DePratter went 3-for-3 in the game with three singles. Jayla Hollingsworth, Alyssa Giles and Sellers each had a hit in Game 2.

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College of Coastal Georgia’s men’s golf team wrapped up its fall slate with its third victory in four tournaments this fall at the Webber International Men’s Fall Classic.

Glynn Academy’s offense was held scoreless in the first half against Richmond Hill, but led going into the break with a 21-0 lead thanks to outstanding special teams and defensive play. That effort would carry the Red Terrors to a 28-3 victory in the Region 2-6A clash at Glynn County Stadium.

Brunswick High head football coach Sean Pender would have liked a full week of practice coming off a 41-7 loss to region foe Richmond Hill last week, but Hurricane Michael derailed those plans.