BNJ has ranked the performances of Barrow County's best fall sports teams this season. Schools in the ranking include Apalachee High School, Winder-Barrow High School and Bethlehem Christian Academy.
The Bulldoggs won in walk-off fashion over the Flowery Branch Falcons at home to get back on track in region play. Prior to this win, the Lady 'Doggs lost two consecutive region games.
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I will be the first to say that I was one of Stetson Bennett’s biggest critics as he rose up in the ranks at Georgia. Yet, now I believe he should be firm in the conversation for the Heisman Award – the award given to the best college football player each season.
In a game that finished much closer than it seemed, Bethlehem Christian (BCA) defeated Augusta Christian 28-13 at home in week four.
Winder Barrow's varsity coed competition cheerleading squad, also known as the Cheerdoggs, brought home the second place trophy from the Lambert Cheer Classic Saturday, Sept. 10.
The Bulldoggs’ undefeated streak to start the season came to an end last Friday in a 34-23 loss to the Lions.
The Wildcats failed to pick up their first win of the season in week four as they were shut out by the Red Devils 38-0 at their Homecoming game.
The Knights moved to 4-0 for the 2022 season after defeating the Augusta Christian Lions at home Friday, Sept. 9. Junior running back Joshua Adams's impact throughout the game was unmistakable as he rushed for 129 yards on 28 carries. The Knights were in a close contest down the final stretc…
In week five, the Winder-Barrow Bulldoggs will continue on the road as they travel to Loganville (4-0) to take on a tough Red Devils team in the first region game of the season.
Apalachee (0-4) has started the season with four losses for the third consecutive season. However, the Wildcats were able to flip the switch last season, as they won five of the next six games to punch their ticket into the postseason.
Football may be a pastime that brings families together for a few hours each week, but there is another key aspect that makes it beneficial to those who follow the sport: upsets.
Bethlehem Christian Academy (BCA) head football coach Bruce Lane is in the running to become the Falcons' Coach of the Week, presented by the Atlanta Journal Constitution (AJC).
The Barrow County Youth Football League recently announced it's looking for announcers this football season. Announcers will be responsible for playing music, announcing the teams and players and calling out plays. The BCYFL pays announcers per game. Reach out to BCYFL if interested.
Winder-Barrow’s volleyball team is letting the good times roll in so far in its 2022 campaign. The Bulldoggs have dominated competition, rolling through opponents undefeated at 18-0.
The Bulldoggs (3-0) have gotten off to a fiery start to their season, having blown out all three of their opponents to date.
To say it has been a sluggish start for the Wildcats would be an understatement. In hopes of “going 1-0 each week,” head coach Tony Lotti wanted to journey through the season by taking each game as its own challenge. But after an 0-3 start, aspirations of returning to the playoffs hang in th…
Bethlehem Christian (BCA) [3-0] has its sights set on maintaining its perfect season against Augusta Christian (2-1) Friday, Sept. 9.
The “Tyreeck Hall Show” was on repeat for a third consecutive week in Winder-Barrow’s 33-0 rout over Salem at home. Hall ran for 214 yards and three touchdowns on 19 carries.
In softball, a pitching staff that can successfully lead a defense is crucial to a team’s prosperity. To say Winder-Barrow's varsity softball team has this luxury would be an understatement.
Apalachee Middle Football kicked off its program and season opener with a 24-6 win over East Jackson Middle. Apalachee High School's head football coach Tony Lotti and his coaching staff met with the team at the victory bell after the win
Apalachee failed to bounce back in week two against Central Gwinnett, as they fell short 20-13 in a close game at home.
Apalachee’s softball team has dominated competition so far in its 2022 campaignto the playoffs. . From wins against 7A teams to multiple shut-outs, the Wildcats have been “head and shoulders” above its adversaries.
Following an impressive finish to their win over Augusta Prep in the season opener, Bethlehem Christian Academy (BCA) [1-0] aims to run the ball equally as well against the Warriors. Head coach Bruce Lane wants to utilize a healthy mix between a dominant run game and a formidable passing att…
Winder-Barrow (1-0) opened its season with a dominant victory over cross-town rival Apalachee in the Battle of the Barrow. Head coach Ed Dudley understood that a rivalry game to start their year would show many of the weaknesses and areas of improvement to be considered for the rest of the s…
The Battle of Barrow didn’t live up to its normal “down-to-the-wire” expectations as the Bulldoggs dominated the Wildcats 23-7 at home for the fourth consecutive win in the series.
Winder-Barrow head coach Ed Dudley game-planned for starting running backs Aidan Thompson and Tyreeck Hall to share the load in the backfield against Apalachee. However, following Thompson’s injury on the opening play of the game, Dudley turned to Hall to shoulder the responsibility for them both.
Junior running back Joshua Adams has thoroughly impressed those around him on the football field, especially Bethlehem Christian Academy’s (BCA) head coach Bruce Lane.
After making the playoffs for the first time in twelve seasons, the Wildcats are looking to repeat their successes and create a deeply rooted culture of winning and playing as a family.
Following a playoff appearance in last year’s playoffs, the Knights are looking to continue to grow each day. Head coach Bruce Lane wants his team to play up to their abilities, regardless of the opponent they’re facing.
Bethlehem Christian Academy (BCA) will open their regular season slate by hosting Augusta Prep, who they defeated last year.
The Bulldoggs are focused on a bounce-back season this year after failing to make playoffs last season. Meanwhile, the team also seeks to have fun and build chemistry while on the journey back to postseason.
High school football players with the size and frame of a player like Winder-Barrow’s Conyer Smith are rare, especially at the quarterback position.
The Barrow Arts and Sciences Academy cross country team had its first meet at the Athens Running Company Season Opener, where both girls and boys varsity Blazers took home third place. Smita Carroll, Emma Busbee, Michael Fletcher and Cannon Norris broke the top ten in their races, and eighth…
On Thursday, Aug. 4, the Bulldogs hosted a team scrimmage at home for family, friends and other associates of the team to view a live team practice.
To say the past few seasons for Bethlehem Christian Academy (BCA) softball have been a struggle would be an understatement as they have only won four games in the last two seasons.