The Tigers split games at Glynn Academy on Dec. 15 as the men walked away with a 15-point victory and the Lady Tigers were handed a difficult loss.
The St. James Sports Center hosted another successful Clash of the Champions Tournament on Dec. 15. Teams from Savannah to Wayne County came in by the busloads to participate in the annual basketball tournament, celebrating the sport of basketball, camaraderie and the upcoming joyous holiday season.
The state of Georgia Arson Control Unit along with the owner of Oliver's Bushhogging Company are offering a combined $15,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of person(s) responsible for the destruction of company equipment a few weeks ago on the Devendorf's property in Midway.
The Jenkins Warriors were no match for the Men or Lady Tigers Friday night as both teams handed the Warriors losses. Both Tiger teams improve to 2-1 in 3-AAAAA region. Their only region loss so far came at the hands of the Groves Rebels last week in Savannah.
The men varsity Highlanders get their first GISA 2-A region victory over Twiggs Academy Friday evening. This makes the men Highlanders 5-1 overall and 1-0 in the region. Joey Bell, AJ Ansley and Hakeem Golden scored in the double digits as they toppled Twiggs Academy by 47 points.
With the intensity and feel of a championship title game, the Liberty County Panthers, in a non-region grudge match, clawed the Beach Bulldogs Friday.
It was a regional catfight in the Tigers' dens Tuesday night as the Bradwell Tigers faced the Camden County Wildcats in a tense battle for the men and women's squads.
New kennels line the enclosed pet housing area. A new coat of paint covers the wall. The cats are housed in a newly constructed playpen to play and socialize together. Air conditioning is available for the animals during the hot summer months and blankets are given out when the temperatures drop. Compared to a year ago, the Liberty Humane Shelter has improved its facilities beyond what anyone may have expected. Things were progressively moving forward ...
The Panthers improved their overall record to 5-2 and 1-0 in the region with a definitive victory over the Wayne County Yellow Jackets on Dec. 11, with a final score of 63-40.
The Lady Panthers clawed passed the Wayne County Yellow Jackets Tuesday night, the first in a three home-game series that continues today with a rematch against Beach and a Saturday game hosting the Camden County Wildcats.
In a game that was a lot closer than the final score shows, the Tigers took the sting out of the Yellow Jackets inside the Tigers' den Saturday night.
The Wayne County Lady Yellow Jackets fell Saturday night to a hard-clawing defensive Lady Tiger squad who was looking for redemption after a disappointing loss to Groves just one night earlier.
The Lady Panthers had their first region win over the Lady Bears of Burke County this past Friday, making them 1-0 in 3-AAA Region and 5-1 overall.
Feeling the pressure of their first regional game in hostile Rebels' territory, the Tigers came out and hit the baskets early to take a three-point lead in the first period.
It was obvious Friday night's game meant something special - a little more than a win or a loss. The air in the gym was as thick as the fog that was forming outside.
It's the start of a new era for the First Presbyterian Christian Academy boys' varsity basketball team - and it's off to a successful start.
The Liberty County Athletic Hall of Fame will be inducting five new members during its annual banquet at 7 p.m. Dec. 12 at the Dorchester Civic Center. In today's Courier we introduce the last two inductees.
First Presbyterian Christian Academy will start its basketball season Monday, visiting Coastal Home School in Pembroke.
Five new members will be inducted to the Liberty County Athletic Hall of Fame during its annual banquet at 7 p.m. Dec. 12 at the Dorchester Village Civic Center. Tickets are $20 per person and can be purchased at the Liberty County Recreation Department. Tickets must be purchased in advance and will not be sold the night of the event.
As the basketball season starts up, there are several local high-school graduates to keep an eye on at the collegiate level.
A boys' basketball game between Liberty County and Bradwell Institute is one of the biggest draws in Hinesville high-school sports.
In a packed-to-capacity Bradwell gym Friday, the Liberty County Lady Panthers went on a big second-half run to get past the Bradwell Lady Tigers, 57-28.
Bradwell Institute will open its regular basketball season tonight by hosting crosstown rival Liberty County High School.
Former Liberty County High School football players and brothers Trier, Aaron and Jovan Bennett are helping the Tuskegee University Golden Tigers make history this weekend.
Liberty High School's football team, known for putting up triple digits in rushing per game, was held to 73 total yards on the ground in its 27-7 loss last Friday at Westover High School in Albany.
Liberty County High School's girls' and boys' basketball teams continued their winning ways Saturday at the Southside Classic Tournament in Savannah.
The Liberty County High School basketball teams got a jump start on the regular season Friday and Saturday by competing in the Southside Classic Tournament at Windsor Forest High School.
Liberty County High School managed one defensive touchdown in the first quarter of play Friday before being denied any other scoring opportunity in a 27-7 loss in Albany to Westover High in the first round of the state playoffs.
Liberty County High School's football team accomplished its first goal of the season - earning a spot in the Georgia High School Association Class AAAA state tournament.
The end of high-school football's regular season came last week, and while Liberty County will see some action in the playoffs, all three local prep teams did well statistically - with some even climbing the state rankings.