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Wildcats roll past Pirates
Roundup: RHHS softball advances in AAAAAA playoff
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Richmond Hill High School downed Brunswick 48-13 on Friday night on the Pirates’ home field

The Wildcats’ scored 28 unanswered points in the second quarter to lead 35-7 at half, and tacked on 13 points in the fourth quarter to seal the win.

Nathan Vickers was the Plantation Lumber and Hardware Player of the Game with 11 tackles, three sacks, one tackle for loss and four quarterback pressures.

Stat breakdown:

Final Score: RH 48 (7,28,0,13) Brunswick 13 (7,0,6,0)

RH Leading Passers: Tyler Coleman 8/13 72yds 1td, Isaiah Allen 1/1 45yds

RH Leading Rushers: Jalen Rouse 11 for 134yds 2td, Ashaud Robertson 8 for 74yds 1 td, Isaiah Allen 2 for 10yds 1td

RH Leading Receivers: Isaiah Allen 4 for 74yds 2TD

RH Leading Tacklers: Nathan Vickers 11 Total Tackles 3 Sacks, Tim Fortson 9 Total Tackles

Kenyan Hunter had a 35yd Interception Return for a TD

RH Special Teams: Britton Williams 6/6 PAT



The Richmond Hill High School softball team will take on Region 8 No. 1 seed Dacula in the second round of the state Class AAAAAA softball playoffs Oct. 15-16 in Dacula.

Richmond Hill (10-14 overall) advanced by sweeping Region 4 No. 3 seed Forest Park 15,-0, 21-0 in the first round Oct. 8 at RHHS.

The Lady Wildcats are the No. 2 seed from Region 2-AAAAAA.


Redskins fall to 0-6

Bryan County High School fell to 0-6 after losing 62-0 to Toombs County on Thursday night in Lyons.


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