Interested in Georgia High School Records for Softball, Baseball, Volleyball, or Swimming?
Did you know you could find some state records on Georgia Prep Country’s website? I played baseball at Statesboro High from 1981-1984. I still remember one of the Dad’s (Dr. George Lynch) saying we were going to see a pitcher that had supreme command of 4 pitches, Drew Tanner of Coffee County. He was right. Tanner was spot on the whole game. He holds the record for 519 strikeouts in a career which is a Georgia state record. And, a skinny little sophomore named John, managed to get to hit the ball that day…right back to Drew who threw me out at first base.
Oh yeah, and I watched Riccardo Ingram (actually, one of my teammates with a better memory said this was K.G. White…who went on to Georgia Tech, just like Riccardo) blast a pitch over my head in left field into the road behind the fence. I didn’t even need to move. Andre “Pulpwood” Smith was on that team too. “Pulpwood” went on to the University of Georgia to play football for a little while in a brief college career. Have fun checking out the site.
Posted on June 26, 2009, in Football, Fun and tagged Baseball, Coffee County, Drew Tanner, Georgia High Schools, High School Records, Pulpwood Smith, Riccardo Ingram, Softball, Statesboro High, Swimming, Volleyball. Bookmark the permalink. 5 Comments.