Effingham County High School junior Isiah Royal captured the 113-pound championship in the Class AAAAA state wrestling traditionals at the Macon Centreplex with a 4-0 win over Jahvar Lewis of Woodland-Cartersville. Royal became the first two-time state champion in Effingham County wrestling history, after he won the 106-pound championship last year. [More]
Watch Cameron Edwards' 30-yard touchdown run on fourth-and-1 with less than a minute to play, putting the exclamation point on Effingham County's 36-22 win over South Effingham. [More]
The combined bands of Effingham County and South Effingham high schools played before and after the annual football game between the rival schools. [More]
ECHS coach Rick Tomberlin discusses the "war paint" and the successful defense of the home field. [More]
Josh Mercer secures the win with a 3-yard touchdown run.
Effingham County gets turned away at the goal line.
The Rebels come up with a goal-line stand.
Robbie Collum tucks it under for a gain.
Ron Womack, left, talking with pitcher Ian Byrd, is the new SEHS head baseball coach. [More]
Josh Barnhill's win in the 112 finals was the first state wrestling championship for Effingham County. [More]
Kevin Ulmer won in the 119-pound class with a 13-3 win over Brad Boyd. [More]
Desmand Washington won by major decision over Randall Hayes at 189. [More]
Jamelle Jaudon beat Luis Guerrero at 103. [More]
Bruce Smith beat Josh Jameson 8-3 at 130 in a duel between two of the best at that weight. [More]
ECHS Lady Rebels