The Pierce County Lady Bears opened the 2016 season with a six-game slate with four games being played in a tournament in Carrollton.
With one scrimmage out of the way, Pierce County head coach Sean Pender saw a lot of positives to build on over the next couple of weeks.
The Pierce County Bears’ high-powered offense was in full throttle and the defensive unit showed improvement during Friday night’s scrimmage against visiting Irwin County.
The Pierce County Lady Bears posted a sixth-place finish at the Class AAA state tournament played at Pointe South Golf Club in Hephzibah outside of Augusta.
For the second year in a row, the Pierce County Bears’ golf team can lay claim as to having the top Class AAA public school program in the state.
Pierce County’s trio of Class AAA state track meet participants all finished ninth in their respective events during last week’s three-day championship at Jefferson High School.
Pierce County High School’s track programs will have nine individual performers and two relay teams competing at the Class AAA finals this month.
Sixth-ranked Pierce County had its streak of 10 straight opening round series sweeps come to an end as third-ranked Westminister eliminated the Bears Friday afternoon in Atlanta.
The fourth-ranked Pierce County Bears extended their current Region 1-AAA West winning streak to four straight games with three victories last week.
Pierce County Middle School captured the Southeast Georgia Middle School Athletic Conference baseball title with a 4-2 win over Appling County Middle School.
Pierce County Middle School kept its Southeast Georgia Middle School Athletic Conference championship hopes alive beating Brantley County Middle School last week.
Pierce County Middle School’s dominance on the links continued Monday as the Lady Bears and Bears extended their respective Southeast Georgia Middle School Athltetic Conference title runs.