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Saturday, November 19, 2016

Savannah Area Prep Football - The Final Score Playoff Edition 11.18.16

Savannah 21, Westminster 45

Savannah High made it a respectful game, and it was a great season for Head Coach Tony Welch and his Blue Jackets. The Blue Jackets made some considerable stings this year, having their first winning record since 1995 and first playoff appearance also since 1995.

Cedar Grove 28, Jenkins 3

Jenkins had Cedar Grove stifled on offense in the first half, but the Saints came marching out in the second half and scored 28 unanswered points. It was the best season in HV Jenkins Football history, and a great run by Head Coach Tim Adams and his Warriors.

Banks County 0, Benedictine 49

The Cadets (12-0) march on behind their “STEEL CURTAIN" defense and "HIGH-OCTANE" offense last night. All -purpose player John Wes Kennedy reaches the “ZONE” three times. Head Coach Danny Britt wins the coin flip, and the Cadets stay home next Friday night November 25 at 7:30 pm at TA Wright Stadium to take on Pepperell High School High School (10-1-1) out of Lindale, Ga (near Rome Ga) Great job Cadets!

Savannah Christian 7, Calvary Day 10

Once again  a game for the ages and it’s always tough when one local team gets to knock out but another. Calvary Head Coach Rick Tomberlin out duels Savannah Christian Head Coach Donald Chumley in this game with a late game field goal. The Cavaliers (10-0) stay home at the “Corner of 63rd and Paulson” to take on  Tattnall Square Academy (11-0) out of Macon, Ga this Friday, November 25 at 7:30p. Go Cavaliers!

Sunday, November 13, 2016

Former Savannah Christian Prep Raider DeAngelo Brown Has Big Game for Louisville Football

Former Savannah Christian Raider Football player DeAngelo Brown had a big game forThe University of Louisville Cardinal football team yesterday. In a win over the Demons of Wake Forest, Brown recorded 6 tackles, 5 solo, 1 assist, 1.5 sacks, and a forced fumble. Click on the link to watch DeAngelo's forced fumble. 
D. Brown Forces Fumble

Local Prep Volleyball Players & Coaches Spike Honors

St. Vincent’s Academy senior Sarah Stewart and Savannah Christian’s senior Landon Jones were named The Georgia Volleyball Coaches Association players of the year respectively. Sarah was named the Class 2A player of the year. Landon was named co-player of the year in Class A  

St. Vincent’s Academy coach Katie Broderick was selected coach of the year in Class AA. Calvary Day School coach Hannah Hunter of the year in Class A.   

Thursday, November 3, 2016

Greater Savannah Athletic Hall of Fame names New officers and opens nomination period for Class of 2017

Greater Savannah Athletic Hall of Fame names 
New officers and opens nomination period for Class of 2017

Nomination forms for Athletes and Citation recipients
can be found online at

(October 21, 2016) SAVANNAH, GA – The Greater Savannah Athletic Hall of Fame has appointed officers for 2017 and opened the nomination period for the Class of 2017.

The newly appointed officers include president David Sipple, Jr., vice president Jeff Karesh, secretary Jimmy Ray and treasurer Jason Bush. The officers as well as the other members of the GSAHOF board of trustees play a vital role in evaluating nominations from the community for new inductees.

The GSAHOF is now accepting nominations for Athletes and Citation honorees to be considered for induction in the Class of 2017. The nomination period concludes on January 31, 2017 and each nomination must contain a complete resume with supporting documentation using the nomination forms and guidelines available online at

Each year, the Greater Savannah Athletic Hall of Fame accepts nominations from the community for Athletes and Citation honorees and then evaluates those nominations to determine who will be inducted. In order for the Hall of Fame to truly serve its function and fulfill its mission of preserving the history and legacy of Savannah sports, the entire community needs to be involved in the process of selecting nominees for induction.

“Participation by the entire community is vital to the success of the Greater Savannah Athletic Hall of Fame,” Sipple said. “In order for the GSAHOF to be truly representative of Savannah’s rich sports history, we need to receive nominations of outstanding men and women from every part of the community and in a variety of roles. We want to identify the athletes, coaches, mentors and other influential members of our community who have shaped and continue to shape athletics in Savannah.”

For a candidate to be considered as an Athlete, the athlete must have spent his or her formative years (participating in area schools) in Savannah and must be retired from competition for at least five years or be at least 40 years old. Distinguished athletes from any sport may be nominated for consideration.

A Citation Honoree may be a person or an organization that has made substantial contribution to athletics via coaching, promoting or supporting athletics in the area. Citation Honorees do not have to have spent their formative years in Savannah to be nominated.

The Greater Savannah Athletic Hall of Fame was founded in 1965 to honor the achievements and contributions of the athletic standouts and leaders in and around Savannah. Plaques for each inductee hang upstairs in the mezzanine at Savannah Civic Center, and each year the GSAHOF hosts a banquet at the Savannah Civic Center to honor the new inductees, recognize the Lawton M. Calhoun Award and M.A. Spellman Special Award winners and acknowledge the most outstanding male and female high school athletes in the Greater Savannah area.

All nomination forms and guidelines can be found at Please email questions to or call (912) 441-7012.

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