The Liberty County Panthers have hit a slump, dropping back-to-back games against Statesboro on Tuesday and South Effingham Wednesday.
The Bradwell Tigers hosted two different Wildcat teams on Monday and Tuesday, but ended with the same result against each.
An adult and three minors were startled, but not hurt when their car plowed through the bedroom wall of a house on the corner of South Main and Second Street in Hinesville Monday afternoon.
The Bradwell Tigers hosted undefeated Johnson High for tennis last week. Although the Atomsmahers took the match, the Tigers still looked strong at the nets and above all else are having a fun time.
Deputies with the Liberty County Sheriff's Department closed out March with a spurt of drug busts.
The First Presbyterian Highlanders and Citizen Christian Academy slugged it out at Liberty field Thursday afternoon. The local boys lost by three runs (17-20).
Skyler Hoffer stepped up to the mound to open up the game between the Liberty County Panthers and the Benedictine Cadets Friday afternoon. He would step off the mound after 5 innings as the Panthers decided they wanted an early night and took the Cadets down 13-2.
The Liberty County Lady Panthers are holding their breath in anticipation as they wait to hear whether their win on Friday over the South Effingham Mustangs was enough to get them in the playoffs. They needed the win to get in, but it may come down to goal differentials. They may have to wait until after spring break.
Barely one year old, the Liberty Mat Rats wrestling team has already competed in eight tournaments and medal in all except one.
The Bradwell Tigers men's soccer squad solidified a second place standing in 3-AAAAA with a 2-0 victory over the Savannah Arts Academy Panthers Thursday evening.
Pink accented the somber mourning clothes at a funeral in Gum Branch Baptist Church Thursday.
The Tigers made the trip to Savannah Tuesday, only to have Mother Nature postpone the game for a day. And when the Tigers returned Wednesday afternoon, Jenkins proved to be a too much for Bradwell.
After losing to Windsor Forest and defeating Beach by forfeit the Bradwell Tigers got two wins against Johnson High Tuesday night, but were playing for more.
Several cases pending in the Liberty County Superior Court are moving forward as they are moved from the criminal plea calendar to the trial calendar beginning April 21.
The Liberty County Lady Panther soccer team is hoping to do something they didn't do last season - make it to the playoffs.
Liberty County's Lady Panther edged out Tattnall County High School, 44-41, Friday in a non-region game.
Former First Presbyterian Christian Academy and current East Georgia State College pitcher Richard Lovelady has signed to play at Kennesaw State University.
Liberty County's basketball teams were swept Saturday at Statesboro. The same day, the Bradwell Institute boys lost a non-conference game at New Hampstead, 62-27.
Liberty County fell, 46-12, in the first round of the playoffs Friday at Griffin.
The Hinesville Hurricanes semi-professional football team is preparing for its 15th season and will hold tryouts from 10 a.m.-noon Saturday, Nov. 22, at the Live Oak Church of God.
Update: A wreck at the corner of Airport Road and Highway 196 West in Hinesville tied up traffic for roughly two hours Wednesday. According to GSP Trooper Lyle Thurmond the wreck happened at 3 p.m. Three vehicles were involved and authorities had to re-route traffic around the area. Traffic headed westbound on 196 toward Gum Branch was closed for about two hours.
The Liberty County football team starts postseason play Friday at Griffin.
The Bradwell Institute Tiger Marching Band placed fifth at the Georgia Marching Band Series Championship on Nov. 8 at Mercer University in Macon.
The high-school basketball season kicks into gear Friday with crosstown rivals Liberty County and Bradwell Institute going head to head at Bradwell.
Liberty County High School shut down Richmond Hill High School's running game Friday night and capitalized on several turnovers to beat the Wildcats, 44-22, at Donell Woods Stadium.
The Bradwell Institute Tigers were no match for the Coffee County Trojans and were shutout, 42-0, in a Region 3-AAAAA contest Friday in Douglas, marking the end of BI's first 0-10 season since 1954.
Two teams that have developed a rivalry left it all on the gridiron Friday as First Presbyterian Christian Academy tried to break another school record and win its first playoff game. But the boys played Southwest Georgia Academy in Damascus, where the more experienced team won, 42-14.
After posting a 20-8 overall record, including a 5-1 Region 3-AAAA mark, and making the state playoffs last season, the Liberty County boys' basketball team is ready to do better this year.
Liberty County girls' basketball coach Carolyn Kelly had a relatively young team last year, but nothing like what she said she'll encounter this season.
Last year, a young Bradwell Institute girls' basketball team managed an 8-18 overall record and a 6-8 Region 3-AAAAA mark as Wayne County eliminated the Lady Tigers from the playoffs.