Olvey field comes alive with tiger football next Friday as the Bradwell team prepares to scrimmage against McIntosh County Academy.
The jury that may decide whether Liberty County Administrator Joey Brown is guilty invading a young woman's privacy was selected in Liberty County's Superior Court Wednesday.
After 17 years on the defensive side if the ball, Aaron Mock will take the reigns as the new offensive coordinator for the Bradwell Institute Tigers.
The Panthers hit the field Monday afternoon intent on getting in practice time and seeing how their game is developing. Liberty County High School football players are set to scrimmage against Westminster this Saturday and the spots they are still looking to fill include quarterback.
Automobile wrecks are a daily occurrance, costing insurance companies billion of dollars every year in paid-out claims.
Bradwell's Tigers met early Saturday morning for a full pad, gear and helmet workout. Beating the midday heat and having a little luck from Mother Nature, the Tigers were able to get in a full practice under a partly cloudy sky, keeping the heat index within a safe range. Triple digit heat indexes during the past week have limited practices at Bradwell and Liberty High. Full gear also meant full contact as the defensive line ...
Polish off your dancing shoes and head over to the YMCA for a little ballroom dancing. The popular program is returning for a nine week run starting Sept. 20.
Practice in full uniforms began for Liberty and Bradwell on Monday and an issue more troubling than the condition of their players was the heat. With temperatures and heat indexes hitting record highs all week, the coaches had to change standard practice procedures.
Bradwell takes the gridiron stage tonight as they host McIntosh Academy in a scrimmage at 7:30 p.m. at Olvey field.
The sun peeked out from the clouds and cast its warmth on several hundred people who showed up for the National Night Out celebration this past weekend in Bradwell Park.
The Coastal Crew Rebels 12U basketball team placed seventh in the Youth Basketball of America National Tournament.
An estimated $188,000 worth of marijuana was confiscated from a home on Seabrook Island, according to law enforcement authorities.
You don't have to go to Texas to see some good-ole, bucking-bull riders and honest-to-goodness cowboys and cowgirls.
The pinging of the bats, and the neon green balls can only mean one thing. Fast pitch softball is just around the corner.
Lady Tigers softball is gearing up for the new season by starting tryouts at James Brown Park. Coach Jeff Eastlake expects four varsity players to return and hopes a few junior varsity players will be able to step it up to the next level. But, he knows that he faces a challenge, as a majority of the players will be freshman.
According to an article posted on govolsxtra.com, former Liberty County High School basketball player Jordan McRae received an invitation to the 2013 Kevin Durant Skills Academy, a three-day course on NBA-based strength and conditioning and skill development.
It was a heartbreaking end to their season as the Hinesville Hurricanes fell, 8-6 in overtime, to the Georgia Pirates on Saturday in the Spring League Championship Game in Augusta.
AthlonSports.com football editor Steven Lassan picked former Liberty County High School standout Shadrach Thornton among his top-20 running backs in the ACC for the 2013 season.
After being denied the Georgia Independent School Association Class AA state title last year, the First Presbyterian Christian Academy girls' soccer team wasn't about to let another chance to earn the crown slip away.
Three Bradwell Institute baseball players were selected for Region 3-AAAAA All-Region honors
Deniece Williams of Hinesville took first place in her age division at the 2013 Georgia State Youth United States Bowling Congress Pepsi Tournament, held April 27 in Columbus.
Former Liberty County High School basketball players Rion Brown, Jordan McRae and Lamar Richardson dropped by the Shuman Center on Thursday evening and spoke to a group of young basketball players. The trio touched on the importance of working hard and maintaining good grades in order to play at the college level.
For some time, the children at the Liberty County Pre-K Center watched as Bradwell Institute's new football stadium was built. Once it was complete, the students admired the new field and facility, which sparked an idea that came to fruition last week.
Bradwell Institute named former cross-country and golf coach Ken Griffin as the high school's new athletic director. Griffin fills the position once held by former Tiger football coach Jim Walsh.
Former Lady Highlander basketball player Aaliyah Wilson got a big surprise when she visited First Presbyterian Christian Academy on Friday morning. The Lady 'Lander basketball standout received a scholarship last year to play basketball at Brewton-Parker College, but her busy schedule didn't give the school administrators an opportunity to honor her with a signing ceremony.
Last season they made it to the finals and were defeated but this year the First Presbyterian Christian Academy girls would not be denied the state title.
Change can be a scary and unsettling at times. But for the Bradwell Institute football team, a new head coach has sparked excitement among the potential players and drawn onlookers to the spring-practice sessions that started last week.
First-year baseball coach Andy Yanzetich congratulated his senior players after First Presbyterian Christian Academy closed the season Wednesday with a 3-1 win over Coastal Home School at St. James Field.
Football season is three months away, but one couldn't tell by watching the players at Liberty County High School go at each other Monday during their first day of spring practice.
All five track athletes representing First Presbyterian Christian Academy at the Georgia Independent School Association state track meet placed well last weekend in Albany.