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Three Redskins, one Wildcat sign with colleges
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BCHS Redskins

Bryan County High School football players Kimonti Murray, Markez Bostick and Conner Schaffer will sign to play college football at a ceremony 3:15 p.m. Tuesday at the school’s media center.

Murray, an All Region 2-AA defensive back, is headed to Presbyterian College. Schaffer, a defensive lineman, is going to Alabama A&M and Markez is bound for Palmetto Prep Academy.

Richmond Hill’s lone signee at present is punter Drew Crawford, who is signing with Independence Community College in Kansas.

Brunswick sweeps

Richmond Hill

Brunswick narrowed Richmond Hill’s lead in Region 2-AAAAAA to one game with a 71-56 win Tuesday.

Montest Bumpers led the Wildcats (18-5, 5-2 region) with 16 points. Steven Gandy added 12 points and Trey Deloach chipped in 10 for Richmond Hill, which finishes the regular season Friday against visiting Bradwell Institute.

The Tigers are 10-10 overall and 2-5 in the region.

Brunswick improved to 17-7 overall and 4-3 in the region and is third behind Glynn Academy (15-9, 5-3).

In the girls’ game, RHHS fell 40-30. Tiara Gandy led the way with 10 points, while Jazlynn Martin added six points and six rebounds, Danika Boyd had four points and nine rebounds, and Jaxson Douglas chipped in two points and six rebounds.

The loss dropped Richmond Hill to 1-6 in 2-AAAAAA and 9-14 overall. It came on the heels of the team’s 50-32 win at Effingham County on Jan. 27, the team’s first region win of the season.

In that contest, Hannah Yontz led the Wildcats with 15 points, Martin had eight points and nine rebounds; Gandy had eight points, Boyd had five points and eight rebounds, Javionna McDonald chipped in two points and seven rebounds, Nia Dunn added seven points and Caitlin Elkins contributed four points.

Bryan County

Bryan County High School downed St. Vincent’s 64-32 on Tuesday in a 2-AA girls basketball matchup. The win improved the Lady Redskins to 17-4 overall and 10-3 in the region. The girls’ are currently a game out of second place in 2-AA, trailing Vidalia (19-4, 10-2). Swainsboro (16-6, 11-2) is in first.

The Lady Redskins play at Bacon County on Friday and then finish up the regular season Saturday night against Southeast Bulloch.

The Redskins’ downed Benedictine 65-54 to improve to 5-16 overall and 1-12 in the region.

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