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.
What happens in Vegas stays in Vegas - unless, of course, it's the Coastal Crew Rebels boys' basketball team coming home with a good showing from a big tournament.
The Hinesville Hurricanes expected to be playing their first playoff game Saturday. Instead, they got a free pass to the next round.
Riceboro native DeLisha Milton-Jones will start her 15th season as a WNBA player this month, but she won't be wearing her usual Los Angeles Sparks jersey.
Fans of First Presbyterian Christian Academy soccer will need to gather their best beach chairs, sunblocks and bug sprays, because the Highlanders are headed to St. Simons Island to play for the crown.
Former Bradwell Institute softball player Barbara Rego will lead the Georgia Perimeter College squad to St. George, Utah, to participate in the upcoming National Junior Collegiate Athletic Association Division I softball tournament.
One day after the First Presbyterian Christian Academy girls' soccer team clinched a spot in the Georgia Independent School Association's state final four, the Highlander boys followed suit with a 7-1 win over Valwood Christian on Saturday in Valdosta.
Athletes from Liberty County High School and Bradwell Institute competed in this past weekend's track and field sectional qualifiers in Statesboro, with several earning trips to the state Olympics.
After a 16-year run, Liberty County doesn't have a team in the regional American Diabetes Association Kiss-A-Pig Campaign.
First Presbyterian Christian Academy girls soccer coach Tom Sukaratana paced the sidelines, guiding his team through the motions as it played Terrell Academy on Friday in the Georgia Independent School Association state quarterfinals at St. James Sports Field.
A friendly soccer competition between Bradwell Institute and neighboring Long County High School resulted in a shutout sweep for the BI teams Tuesday at Olvey Field.
Liberty County High School's track and field teams placed second overall at the Region 3-AAAA meet April 17-19 at Statesboro.
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.
March 21, 2011