Pierce County ended Tattnall County’s region dominance knocking off the four-time champions 58-50 here Thursday night in the Region 1-AAA championship game.
D.J. Bell’s 3-point basket from 27 feet away as the horn sounded lifted Pierce County to a thrilling 58-57 Region 1-AAA victory over Brantley County in the regular season finale.
The Pierce County High School wrestling team won a region championship trophy Friday, January 15, as the school played host to region opponents Brantley and Appling County.
Pierce County won three of its four games with the last three being one possession affairs against competition in the highest three classifications.
Senior quarterback Jermaine Brewton accounted for five touchdowns, four rushing and one passing, leading sixth-ranked Pierce County to a 51-18 quarterfinal victory over Carver-Atlanta.
Jermaine Brewton and D.J. Bell combined for 223 rushing yards and six touchdowns helping sixth-ranked Pierce County roll to a record-setting 59-14 win over visiting Burke County in the Class AAA playoff opener.
Jermaine Brewton’s 13-yard scoring toss to D.J. Bell with 8:12 remaining proved to be the game-winner Friday night lifting No. 8 Pierce County to a third consecutive region championship.
Quarterback Jermaine Brewton threw for four scores and D.J. Bell ran for two more in the first 19 plus minutes leading Pierce County to a 50-6 Region 1-AAA victory over Tattnall County.
A pair of one-run losses in a best-of-three quarterfinal match up with eventual Class AAA champion Ringgold ended top-ranked Pierce County’s quest to reach Columbus and play for a state title.
Eighth-ranked Pierce County scored seven touchdowns in the opening 15:30 of the first half en route to a 49-7 opening Region 1-AAA win here Friday over Brantley County.
Pierce County begins its quest for a third consecutive region title Friday night when the eighth-ranked Bears travel to Brantley County in the Region 1-AAA opener for both teams.
Pierce County suffered its first regular season loss nearly four weeks shy of three years when the sixth-ranked Bears fell 27-17 to Class AA second-ranked Fitzgerald.
Natalie Herrin tossed a complete game, one-hit shutout to out duel Tattnall County’s Jasmine Johnson leading new top-ranked Pierce County to a 6-0 win over 10th-ranked Tattnall County.
D.J. Bell and Jermaine Brewton combined for 249 yards with Bell scoring twice and Brewton throwing for a score leading Pierce County to a 20-13 win over ELCA.
Sage Young of Pierce County High School was recently selected to the 1A-4A All-State cheerleading team at the Georgia Cheerleading Coaches’ Association annual competition held virtually September 20.
Jermaine Brewton threw for a career-high four touchdowns and the sixth-ranked Pierce County defense put the clamps on visiting Class A Claxton’s offense in a 42-0 non-region win Friday night.
Seventh-ranked Pierce County scored a touchdown in each half and the Bears’ defensive unit put the clamps on Wayne County’s high-powered offense in a 14-0 victory.
Don’t miss this years Sports Preview inside this issue. You’ll find photos and stories about Pierce’s favorite team, the BEARS, of course! Thanks to Jennifer Carter Johnson for all of her hard work and dedication.
Pierce County High School seven-time state champion competition cheerleaders have their sights set on another region championship and state title this season — but it may take longer than usual to get there.
Kylie Allen’s one-out, run-scoring double in the bottom of the seventh inning lifted Pierce County to a 3-2 Region 1-AAA come-from-behind victory over visiting Appling County.
Pierce County’s youthful Lady Bears opened the 2020 campaign winning three of four games in the season-opening Warrior Blast tournament at Tattnall County.
n a small ceremony at the PCHS tennis courts, senior tennis players Rachel Gay and Chloe Hersey were given senior plaques highlighting their accomplishments from 2017, 2018, 2019, and 2020. In addition, their senior banners were taken down from Main Street and given to them to keep. “We wan…