Glynn County Schools Athletics has updated its schedule for the next few days in regards to Hurricane Michael.

The Glynn Academy’s home football game against Richmond Hill and Brunswick High’s football game at Effingham County are still scheduled for 7:30 p.m. Friday. The Region 2-6A volleyball tournament is also slated to start at 9 a.m. Saturday at Effingham County.

The cross country meet Brunswick High and Glynn Academy’s teams were slated to participate in Thursday at Richmond Hill has been moved to Saturday.

Three middle school volleyball games are slated for 5 p.m. Monday — Jane Macon Middle at Risley Middle, St. Francis Xavier at Glynn Middle and Frederica Academy at Needwood Middle while a middle school softball game between Jane Macon and Risley will be held at 5 p.m. Tuesday at Brunswick High.


The Glynn Academy volleyball team split its last tuneup before the region tournament. The Lady Terrors beat Hilton Head 25-18 and 25-22 but lost to the top-ranked team in Class A, Calvary Day, 25-13 and 25-9.

Against Hilton Head, Lily Hidalgo’s nine kills led the way. Savannah Serafini added six kills and 22 digs. Montana Jackson contributed four kills and two blocks while Brayleigh Tompkins totaled five kills and led the team with 13 assists.

Skylar Perez led the team’s defensive effort with 28 digs while Mary Altman contributed seven digs and 11 assists.

Against Calvary Day, Serafini and Kelsey Cabiness led the Lady Terrors with three kills each. Serafini also had 17 digs. Macyn Nasser added two kills and a block, and Tompkins tallied seven assists.

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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.