The Bradwell Tigers fell, 13-2, in six innings to Richmond Hill on Tuesday in Hinesville. The Tigers fell to 1-2 in the Region 3A-AAAA, while the Wildcats improved to 3-0 in the region standings. Overall, the Wildcats are 4-6, and the Tigers are 2-6. Richmond Hill already was up, 2-0, with one out in the first inning when it loaded the bases. The Wildcats scored another run when Tiger pitcher Kyle Lannom's throw went behind ...
It was a busy weekend for the Bradwell track teams with back-to-back meets Friday and Saturday.
Bouncing back from a 10-0 loss Friday at home Friday, the Bradwell Institute baseball team needed only three innings to beat Groves, 18-0, on Saturday in Garden City.
The Hinesville Hurricanes are off to a 2-0 start after beating the Greenville Greyhounds, 48-0, on Saturday at Long Bell Stadium.
Liberty County High School hosted four local track teams Thursday afternoon for their third home meet, where the Lady Panthers earned 169 points for a first-place win after 15 events.
Not even a temporary power outage, which postponed Friday night's baseball game for 15 minutes, could help the Bradwell Tigers in their Region 3-AAAAA contest against Effingham County. The Tigers fell, 10-0, to the hard-hitting Rebels, who opened the game with a solo home run in the first inning.
First Presbyterian Christian Academy recently nabbed two more shutouts. The Lady Highlanders defeated Georgia Christian, 7-0, and the Highlanders downed Georgia Christian, 8-0, in soccer Thursday afternoon.
Former FPCA Highlander Jordan Johnson had a career-high 35 points in East Georgia College's first-round playoff game against Central Georgia Tech, propelling the Bobcats to an 86-77 win last Tuesday.
Several Bradwell Institute basketball players were named to the Class AAAAA All-Region team this week. For the boys, Tiger Miguel Pineda was named to the All-Region first team. Malcolm Dingle was named to the Honorable Mention Team.
First Presbyterian Christian Academy's soccer teams were able to get a little revenge for the basketball team on Memorial Day.
For the second time, Bryan County claimed a win over Liberty County on the diamond. The Redskins won, 13-9, in a hard-fought battle Tuesday at LCHS. Liberty County coach Joel Moody said his team made three crucial errors in the top of the seventh inning, and Bryan County capitalized on them for what turned out to be the winning runs. In their final at-bat, the Panthers had the tying run at the plate, but the ...
First Presbyterian Christian Academy boys basketball team left it all out on the floor Saturday at Mercer University in the Georgia Independent School Association Class AA state title game against Memorial Day.
Bradwell Institute battled Long County in back-to-back games Saturday and Monday and the Blue Tide diamond boys went 2 for 2 against the Tigers.
Bradwell Institute played host to 11 local high school teams in the Tiger Invitational on Saturday. The Tigers and Lady Tigers both finished first in their first home meet of the year.
Semi-professional football kicked into action Saturday as the Hinesville Hurricanes hosted the South Carolina Commanders and shut out the visitors 26-0.
Folks looking to catch a glimpse of Bradwell Institute's new football coach, Adam Carter, got a chance during an informal meet and greet Thursday evening at the home of George and Babs Holtzman.
Former Liberty County High School baseball player Chris Arnold is having a good season as the Savannah State University Tigers keep advancing in the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference Championship Tournament, according to the school's athletic website.
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.