Bradwell Institute will host Tattnall County this Friday. Kickoff is set for 7:30 p.m. at Hokey Jackson Stadium.
First Presbyterian Christian Academy will host Monsignor Donovan Catholic School Friday at Long Bell Stadium in Hinesville.
Posting five runs in the first inning gave the Pierce County's softball team a lead it never relinquished in a 16-2 win over Liberty County in a region game Thursday.
The Lady Tigers were in Pooler Sept. 7, taking on the Lady Phoenix of New Hampstead. Bradwell fell 11-3. Monday, Bradwell lost a Region 2-AAAAAA contest at Glynn Academy, 9-3.
Ethan Pringle, who was set to graduate Armstrong State University in December and aspired to attend law school at the University of Georgia, will be laid to rest this weekend.
The man allegedly responsible for the hit-and-run death of Midway resident Ethan Pringle, 26, has been arrested, according to South Carolina Highway Patrol Lance Cpl. Matt Southern.
A Midway man, Ethan Pringle, 26, was killed by a hit-and-run driver early Saturday, according to South Carolina Highway Patrol Lance Cpl. Matt Southern.
It was a battle between the Panthers and the Warriors as Liberty County High School hosted Jenkins in a football game held Friday at Donell Woods Stadium. There would be four lead changes before regulation ended but the Panthers took the 32-21 win.
Bradwell Institute put up a valiant fight in the second half of their home football game against Warren County Friday night.
Hurricane Hermine forced the cancellation of last Friday's game between First Presbyterian Christian Academy and Trinity Christian. A makeup game has not been rescheduled.
Thanks to Hurricane Hermine the Bradwell Institute Tigers never got a chance to test their talent on the road last week.
Liberty County High School managed to take down the Statesboro Blue Devils in football during this past Saturday's game.
Liberty County High School's Lady Panther softball team dropped their Region 2-AAA opening game at home Tuesday afternoon against Brantley County. The Lady Panthers lost 7-4.
Tropical Storm Hermine led to the cancellation or postponement of local prep sports across the Coastal Empire.
Due to the severe weather expected from Tropical Storm Hermine many of the local schools have cancelled or rescheduled several athletic events. This information will be updated as we continue to receive information from the coaching staff or school athletic director.
After several years of searching for the right spot, the residents of Fleming will finally have their own local park. Friday's groundbreaking ceremony meant ...
After proudly serving the community and the Hinesville Police Department for 41 years, Maj. Julian Hodges said he was ready to explore retirement and pursue ...
Former Bradwell Institute and Georgia State University football player Ulrick John got his first National Football League start Sunday.
Tickets were sold out by 4 p.m. as Liberty County High School hosted Bradwell Institute in basketball games Nov. 19. The Panther and Tiger ...
Bradwell Institute's boys' basketball team went 2-0 at the Joe Greene Classic held in Savannah this past Tuesday and Wednesday.
Thanksgiving is tomorrow. As usual that means lots of turkey, stuffing, mash potatoes, cranberry sauce, green bean casserole, biscuits or corn bread, gravy, sweet potato ...
Tickets were sold out by 4 p.m. as Liberty County High School hosted Bradwell Institute in basketball games Friday night. The Panther and Tiger ...
Approximately 131,630.90 cubic yards of storm debris has been collected since Hurricane Matthew skirted Liberty County as a category 2 storm Oct. 7.
First Presbyterian Christian Academy opened the basketball season at Claxton Thursday, and the Highlanders won 77-61.
A press release issued by the U.S. Marshals Service Office of Public Affairs, has identified the marshal shot early this morning in Long County.
A U.S. Federal Marshal may have been fatally shot this morning in Long County while serving an arrest warrant.
Liberty County boys' basketball team started the season with an 83-75 win over Jenkins Saturday in Savannah.
First Presbyterian Christian Academy boys basketball team went 22-4 overall and 10-0 in their region last year to win their fourth state basketball title.
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