Hoping to add to their two back-to-back wins the Panthers face Glenn Hills tonight at 7:30 at Olvey Field.
A program that helps cultivate and shape the future leaders of Liberty County is being offered by the Liberty County Chamber of Commerce and registration for the upcoming session is under way.
The Tigers face a tough regional opponent as they travel to Savannah and take on the Jenkins Warriors tonight.
Panthers win 28-8 over Glenn Hills Bradwell loses to Jenkins 0-17 Long County loses to Charlton County 54-27
The Liberty County Panthers did not get their third shutout as they hoped for, but they did get a victory in tonight's game against the Glenn Hills Spartans (28-8). The Panthers held them scoreless until the third quarter. Read the full story in Sunday's Coastal Courier.
The Bradwell tigers face a tough away game as they battle their second regional opponent. We talked to Offensive coordinator Aaron Mock to get his perspective on Friday's game.
The following cases were brought before the newly empanelled grand jury: State vs. Julie Lynette Barnard The grand jury has indicted Julie Lynette Barnard on one count of arson in the first degree and five counts of aggravated assault. Barnard is accused of starting a fire at the home of her estranged husband, John Barnard, in an apparent murder-suicide plot in the early morning hours of May 30. Along with John Barnard, their four ...
The Liberty County Panthers have two back-to-back shut outs under their belt, can they make it three in a row Friday night?
For the second consecutive time, the Liberty County Panthers shut out their opponents. This time, the Harlem Bulldogs were ushered a 32-0 loss at the hands of the Panthers in a Saturday-night display of hard-hitting defense. In a scoreless first quarter, both teams struggled offensively. But when the Bulldogs kicked the ball to the Panthers in the second quarter, the officials gave it back to the Bulldogs, indicating a Panther player had touched it. The ...
The South Effingham Mustangs came to Panther Field determined to surpass what Richmond Hill had done last week to the Lady Panthers. They did that and more in their 7-0 shutout. The normally hot battery of the Lady Panthers, that were held to only two hits against Richmond Hill, had no hits against a strong South Effingham pitcher who also had 15 strikeouts.
The Tigers came out and proved the big cats are better and stronger than some ole' Bulldog with a shut out 28-0 victory over Beach in their first regional game.
The Lady Tigers softball team battled against Groves on Thursday afternoon but were handed a 5-10 loss at home.
In what is now considered uncharacteristic, the Lady Panthers softball team dropped a game against Richmond Hill Thursday afternoon with a loss of 0-3.
The Liberty County Panthers came to play hard nose football and put the Harlem Bulldogs in their kennels with a solid 32-0 win in tonight's game. Read the full story in Wednesday's Coastal Courier.
The Tigers opened their first regional game with a shut out as the Beach Bulldogs tucked their tail between their legs and went home scoreless. Read all about the Tigers 28-0 victory in the Sunday Coastal Courier.
Many former local basketball players either are getting ready for Christmas break or are planning to travel during the holidays to play in basketball tournaments for their respective colleges.
Maintaining a high grade-point average and juggling three different sports is not easy. But for First Presbyterian Christian Academy multi-sport athlete Domonique Kirkley, it's just another active day.
The answer Liberty County had been waiting for and Buckeye Nation had been hoping for finally came Monday morning.
It was a non-conference game between rivals Saturday, and when the dust settled at Liberty County High School, the host Panthers swept Long County.
Bradwell Institute swept Windsor Forest on Friday at BI, with the Lady Tigers earning a 51-28 win and the Tiger boys beating the Knights, 68-47.
Liberty County High School hosted a banquet Thursday night to honor the football team's second successful season in a row and hand out player awards.
It was a big rivalry battle and a bittersweet game for the First Presbyterian Christian Academy boys' basketball team Tuesday night.
Just two days after the Bradwell boys' basketball team beat Statesboro in overtime, the Tigers did it again Tuesday.
Facing more than 46 charges - including five for murder - Terrence Gabriel Jones was denied bond Monday morning in Liberty County Superior Court. Jones was arrested in October after Liberty County Sheriff Steve Sikes and Hinesville Police Chief George Stagmeier formed a joint task force to gather information in the July shooting death of youth basketball mentor and coach Ernie Walthour.
Bradwell Institute boys' basketball team took down the Glynn Academy Red Terrors at home Friday night to start their Region 3-AAAAA games with a 54-40 win. Before the boys' game, the Lady Tigers suffered a loss in their region opener, falling 42-33.
Two men accused of murders that happened two years ago this month made their first appearance in Long County Superior Court on Friday morning.
Two men accused of murders that happened two years ago this month made their first appearance in Long County Superior Court Friday morning.
An excavator used to build a burn pit and clear land caught fire Wednesday afternoon at a Hinesville subdivision.
Bradwell Institute's basketball teams traveled to Savannah on Tuesday and earned a split with Beach High.
Much like last week's games between the same teams at Liberty County High School, the Panther teams split their rematches Tuesday at Richmond Hill High School.