Bethesda: Livestream for Gamescom from 7 p.m. + schedule for the weekend

Bethesda: Livestream for Gamescom from 7 p.m. + schedule for the weekend


In the coming days, Bethesda has planned numerous activities on the developer studio's Twitch channel. It starts tonight at 7 p.m. with the livestream. What exactly the company will show in the first broadcast is not clear from the plan. However, over the weekend, Bethesda will focus on numerous games. Including the upcoming Deathloop, The Elder Scrolls Online or Fallout 76. Maybe there will be new scenes from Starfield to be seen.

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Bethesda Livestream for Gamescom - the events at a glance

Thursday, August 26th

7 - 8 p.m. / Welcome to # BGC2021 8 - 9 p.m. / Interview " How to gamescom ?! "

Friday, August 27

7 - 8 p.m. / Bethesda x Xbox 8 p.m. - 9 p.m. / Xbox Game Pass Special

Saturday, August 28

1 p.m. - 2 p.m. / Interview: translations and Scoring 2 p.m. - 3 p.m. / Community Spotlight: Fallout 76 3 p.m. - 4 p.m. / Skyrim turns 10! 4 p.m. - 5 p.m. / Developer Q&A: Deathloop 5 p.m. - 7 p.m. / Developer Q&A: The Elder Scrolls Online 7 p.m. - 8 p.m. / Developer Q&A: DOOM Eternal 8 p.m. - 9 p.m. / Cosplay Crafting: Fallout 9 p.m. - 10 p.m. / Interview: Music in Fallout

Sunday, August 29

11 a.m. - 12 p.m. / Interview: Video Game Artist 12 p.m. - 1 p.m. / Gameplay: We're playing Quake! 1 p.m. - 2 p.m. / Interview: Events in the game industry 2 p.m. - 3 p.m. / Gameplay: Deathloop (premiere) 3 p.m. - 4 p.m. / Community Spotlight: Fallout 76 - The Master Dealers 4 p.m. - 5 p.m. / World Plays ESO - Review of a journey through TESO 5 p.m. - 6 p.m. / The Elder Scrolls Online: Waking Flame 6 p.m. - 7 p.m. / The Elder Scrolls Online Community Competition 7 p.m. - 8 p.m. / Bards rock in TESO - Live music with Alea from Saltatio Mortis

St. Andrew's and Bethesda Academy set to renew rivalry in football opener

Although it's a non-region game, the football matchup between St. Andrew's School and Bethesda Academy has all the qualities that make rivalry games so special.

Bethesda, the only South Carolina Independent School Association school in Savannah, will make the trip to play St. Andrew's, from the Georgia Independent School Association, on Friday night, with kickoff set for 7:30 p.m. on Wilmington Island.

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It will be the first game for St. Andrew's coach Blake Henry, who was hired in April. Henry, a former All-ACC offensive lineman at Wake Forest, came to St. Andrew's after six years at The Potomac School in Virginia. Prior to that, he was the head coach at Mount Saint Joseph High in Baltimore.

Henry replaces Doug Dixon, who stepped down in March after eight seasons, compiling a record of 33-45-2 as the St. Andrew's head coach. Dixon is now teaching at Bethesda, where he serves as the defensive coordinator.

Henry said he has 28 players on the squad, with two-way players playing a leading role.

'I think our strength is going to be our seniors. We've got about seven players with more than a year of high school football experience, and almost all of them are seniors,' Henry said. 'We've got some good players in the skill spots, and some experience on the line.'

Freshman Zayden Edwards is set to start at quarterback. He came to St. Andrew's from Bethesda, after his father, Harold 'Zion' Edwards, came from Bethesda to take an assistant coaching role with the Lions. His older brother, Zyere Edwards, a GISA All-State pick at St. Andrew's in basketball last season, is playing football this season and should be an impact player at wide receiver and defensive back.

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Anthony Kusilka makes the move from quarterback to receiver, and will also play free safety. The senior is a team leader.

Keep an eye on sophomore Zach Appel. The 6-foot-7, 250-pounder moved to Savannah from Pennsylvania and is expected to be an impact player up front for the Lions.

Henry said the move of Dixon to Bethesda and Edwards to St. Andrew's might be on the minds of some, but he's not thinking about it.

'That's for others to worry about. I'm just focused on getting our team to play their best,' Henry said. 'It might cross the minds of some of the players, but once the whistle blows, it will be all about the game.'

Antwain Turner enters his 16th season leading the Blazers. He lost a talented group of seniors, including quarterback/defensive back Antjuan McKay, who accounted for more than 6,500 yards of offense and 63 total touchdowns in his career before signing to play at Shorter University.

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'We'll have some voids to fill in critical roles,' Turner said. 'But I think our linemen are going to be the pillars of our team.' 

Turner mentioned seniors Mason Wilson (6-foot, 255, C/DT), Late'yohn Anderson (6-2, 315, DL/OL), sophomore Michael Henley (5-11, 260, OG/DL) and sophomore Romond Roberson, another two-way lineman, as being important parts of the puzzle. 

'Those guys are going to spearhead our line,' Turner said.

Triston Randall takes over at quarterback after playing on the offensive line last year. The 5-11, 200-pound sophomore also will play middle linebacker.

'We're young at the skill positions, but I think the experience we have on the line will help us turn the corner,' Turner said. 'We've got a bit of a learning curve with Triston, but we'll still be using the spread offense and try to go about 50/50 with the run and pass.'

Turner said the defense will use a 4-2-5 formation, and that Dixon is doing a good job with the unit. He said he's looking forward to a spirited game with St. Andrew's.

'We had coach Edwards and his son with us, and now they're at St. Andrew's — but we love that family. And now we have coach Dixon with us,' Turner said. 'We're expecting a great game and looking forward to a friendly rivalry with great anticipation.'

Dennis Knight covers sports for the Savannah Morning News. Contact him at Twitter: @DennisKnightSMN


Islands at Windsor Forest (MS)


Bethesda Academy at St. Andrew's School

Bradwell Institute at Liberty County (postponed)

Beaufort at Effingham County

South Effingham at Metter

Christopher Columbus (FL) at Benedictine, 6:30 p.m. (MS)

Groves at Josey

Jenkins at Beach (GC)

New Hampstead at Johnson (I)

Bryan County at Lincoln County

Calvary Day at Bulloch Academy

Savannah Country Day at Emanuel County Institute

Georgia School for Innovation & Classics at Savannah High (Daffin Park)


MS — Memorial Stadium; P — Pooler Stadium; I — Islands; GC — Garden City Stadium.

Times: Thursday and Saturday games are 7 p.m.; all other kickoffs are 7:30 p.m. unless noted.