April 25, 2018 RSS feed / Sports

Spartans drawing closer to end of season

The Edmund Burke Academy varsity baseball team (9-9) fell to its first opponent of the week after a hard fought battle against the Trinity Christian Crusaders on Tuesday, April 17. In an eight-inning game, the Spartans were defeated 5-4.  More...

EBA athletes advance to state track

On Wednesday, April 18, the Edmund Burke Academy track team traveled to Georgia Southern University to compete in the region track meet. Ten athletes placed in the top four spots and advanced to the state meet.  More...

Burke tracksters move ahead to sectionals

The Burke County Bears track team participated in the region track meet at Baldwin High on last week on Tuesday, April 17, and the girls were region runner-ups to Baldwin and the guys finished third behind Baldwin and Thomson.  More...

Torek signs with East Georgia

Drew Torek, a senior at Burke County High School, put pen to paper last week as he signed to play baseball on the collegiate level. Torek made the choice to continue his baseball career with East Georgia State College in Swainsboro. More...

Spartan tennis team wraps up season with great finish

Six members of the Edmund Burke Academy tennis team competed in the state tennis tournament April 16-17, and one of the doubles duos made school history.  Seniors Julia Conner and Sydney Quick earned their way into the top four in AAA state play More...

Youngblood takes the reins for Thomson football

Bear Nation may have been happy to hear the news that Thomson’s head football coach Rob Ridings decided to retire, but now one of their own will be leading their biggest rivalry on the football field.  More...

Burke boys tennis still in state contention

Last Thursday, the Burke County High School Bears tennis teams hosted Druid Hills High School in the first round of the state tournament. The Lady Bears were eliminated, thus ending their season.  More...

Corbitt, Chamberlin are state champs

Faith Christian Academy doubles tennis stars Jackson Corbitt and Benjamin Chamberlin, pictured above, brought home their schools first state championship after taking the stop spot at the Georgia Independent Christian Athletic Association state indiv More...

Thomas signs with Middle Georgia State University

Burke County High School senior Kelsey Thomas signed a letter of intent to continue playing football on the collegiate level. Joining him as he signed with Middle Georgia State University on Friday, April 20, were his parents. More...