After competing in St. Simons for the Bash at the Beach during spring break, the Bethlehem Christian Academy baseball team will focus on GISA Region 1-AAA games the rest of the way.
BCA went 1-2 last week in tournament games falling in close contests to Frederica (2-1) and Faith Academy (7-5) while defeating Bulloch (11-3.) Coach Colby May said the games were beneficial for gaining more experience for all players while competing against non-region foes.
The Knights are set to host region foes Griffin Christian Friday at 4:30 p.m. and Trinity Christian-Sharpsburg Saturday at 2 p.m. BCA will then travel to Dominion Christian Tuesday for a 6 p.m. contest. The Knights defeated each of these teams in their first meetings in 2015.
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Steve Sims has officially been on the job for a few weeks and while the first football game of the 2015 season is still several months away, this is a busy time for the new Apalachee High School head coach.
“I’ve been making the rounds, meeting the kids and trying to build our numbers up,” Sims told the Barrow Journal. “Basically, I’m learning my new routine and trying to get to know my players and my new co-workers.” [Full Story »]
The calendar reads April but Heath Webb is thinking about August. The second-year Winder-Barrow High School football coach realizes the mad dash to the start of the 2015 season is just about to begin in earnest. Spring practice is just around the corner. That will be followed by summer, and then preseason, workouts.
Webb worked wonders for the Bulldogg program in 2014 leading WBHS to the state playoffs in a job which still surprises most. Now with a complete offseason with the program, Webb is looking for the 2015 team — and the program — to take the next step.
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