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Destiny Hartwell

Destiny Hartwell

Destiny Hartwell, Interim Sports Editor, is a 2019 graduate of Statesboro High School and an alumnus from the University of Georgia. She received a bachelor’s degree in journalism with a double minor in Sport Management and Communication Studies as well as a certificate in Sports Media. She has covered a plethora of sports and breaking news in many surrounding small cities and communities. She is well-versed in social media and writing with experience in broadcasting. Destiny’s writing style has the ability to create a trusting relationship with the people she interviews to build lasting connections and develop stories that provide a deeper perspective.

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Recent Work by Destiny

Statesboro Varsity Tennis gets True Blue send off

Statesboro Varsity Tennis gets True Blue send off

This has been a second round tradition that Statesboro has started this past year
Statesboro Men’s Soccer falls short first round state to end 2023-2024 season

Statesboro Men’s Soccer falls short first round state to end 2023-2024 season

The Men's Blue Devil team had one of their best season finishes this year.
Jason Godbee becomes new Assistant Athletic Director for Bulloch Academy

Jason Godbee becomes new Assistant Athletic Director for Bulloch Academy

Jason Godbee has many experiences on and off the field that can continue the excellence that Bulloch Academy is known for.
Statesboro Women's Soccer finishes 2023-2024 season after tough loss to Tucker in first round

Statesboro Women's Soccer finishes 2023-2024 season after tough loss to Tucker in first round

The Lady Blue Devils finish the 2023-2024 season with the best record they've had in many years.
Sluggers Elite 12U dominates in South Carolina tournament

Sluggers Elite 12U dominates in South Carolina tournament

Coach Brad Sheffield says the win shows the growth of the players, many of whom have played together since rec ball.
Bulloch County Preview: This Week In Sports (April 7 - April 13, 2024)

Bulloch County Preview: This Week In Sports (April 7 - April 13, 2024)

Grice Connect's sports reporter, Destiny Hartwell, is on a mission to shine a light on all the remarkable student-athletes in our community. Check out this week's preview of all sports in Bulloch County from Georgia Southern, Statesboro High, Southeast Bulloch High, Portal Middle High, Bulloch Academy, and Tormenta FC
Teammates, Noah Rogers and Carter Bowman sign athletic scholarships to play baseball at the next level

Teammates, Noah Rogers and Carter Bowman sign athletic scholarships to play baseball at the next level

Both boys are hoping to lead their team to the playoffs this season after not having the successful season they wanted to last year
Georgia Southern clay target team are the 2024 National Champion in American Skeet

Georgia Southern clay target team are the 2024 National Champion in American Skeet

The Georgia Southern team has won the division National Championships since they first competed in a National Championship in 2021, but this is the first time they have won an all-division title.
Statesboro Blue Devils Split Wins on Senior Night

Statesboro Blue Devils Split Wins on Senior Night

Both Blue Devil teams are seeded second in the region behind both Greenbrier Wolves teams
Southeast Bulloch Yellow Jackets suffer loss to The Islands High School Sharks at home

Southeast Bulloch Yellow Jackets suffer loss to The Islands High School Sharks at home

Both Varsity soccer squads are sitting at fourth (Yellow Jackets) and second (Lady Yellow Jackets) in their respective region
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