The Liberty County Sheriff's Department will hold its second citizen's academy at 6 p.m. Wednesday.
Bradwell opens its softball season at 4:30 p.m. Tuesday by hosting Ware County. The Lady Tigers graduated seven of their starters this past May, leaving coach Sharyl Eastlake with four returning seniors and a slew of younger players. Last year's Tigers finished 9-14 overall and 3-7 in the region, making the first round of the playoffs before losing in a best-of-three series against Effingham County. Chels Shutts, Jessica Puckett, Kasey Smith and Heather Rego are ...
Sorting through a large number of potential players at tryouts Friday, third-year Liberty County High School volleyball coach Lauren Hale seemed pleased with the large turnout and talent.
Next Saturday, the Bradwell volleyball team will be in Waycross for its first three matches of the season.
Liberty County High School linebacker Raekwon McMillan, considered one of the top recruits in the country, has posted his top-six college choices and has set dates to make his official visits, according to his Twitter account and several news outlets.
Bruce Taylor, who was born in Riceboro, made his first career NFL game appearance Thursday as a linebacker for the Cincinnati Bengals in their preseason 34-10 win in Atlanta.
Softball starts Monday for Liberty County High School, as the Lady Panthers will host Long County at 6 p.m.
Former Liberty County High School football player Shadrach Thornton has been suspended for North Carolina State's season opener Aug. 31 against Louisiana Tech in Raleigh due to off-field issues.
As the Liberty County High School football players prepare for the upcoming season, a common theme is brought up by the coaching staff as they discuss the difference between last year's Panther squad and this year's version.
Former Liberty County High School football player Shadrach Thornton has a court date Aug. 22 and, depending on the outcome, the current North Carolina State Wolfpack running back's career could be cloudy.
Liberty and Long counties' high-school football teams each changed the dates and venues of one of their football games this season so the match-ups could be televised by a local media station.
If it wasn't for the fact that the Bradwell Tiger football team now is practicing in full gear, it would be hard to differentiate first-year head coach Adam Carter from the players.
For the St. James Coastal Crew Rebels 11th-grade Elite team, the Amateur Athletic Union National Tournament would mark the end of their AAU careers.
The Bradwell Institute Tiger Tee-Off Golf Tournament will be played on post this year with teams teeing off starting at 9 a.m. Saturday at Taylors Creek Golf Course.
Just days after his visit to Ohio State's Friday Night Lights and a week after participating in the University of Georgia's Dawg Night, five-star recruit Raekwon McMillan was back at Liberty County High School, joking with his teammates and pumping iron.
It was a somber bus ride home Wednesday from Cordele for Liberty County.
Bradwell will try to earn another Region 3-AAAAA win tonight when they play Glynn Academy in Brunswick.
First Presbyterian Christian Academy had a bye week last Friday and will travel to Lyons tonight to play Robert Toombs Christian Academy at 7:30.
The 2013 football is half-over, and the teams are eyeing their chances of making the region and state playoffs.
Former Liberty County High School running back Roderick Jones missed three games this season for Shorter University as he healed a shoulder injury. But he came back in a big way.
Former Bradwell Institute track-and-field standout Josh McCullan had a great first season as a true-freshman long jumper for the Alabama Crimson Tide track and field team.
In a battle of undefeated teams Friday, everyone knew someone would be finishing the night with their first loss of the season.
Bradwell Institute took one step closer Friday to fulfilling its goal of a playoff berth.
It was a nail-biter Thursday for the Liberty County softball team, who had the game at Cross Creek tied at 1-all until the fifth inning.
In the battle between undefeated Liberty County High School and Statesboro High, it was the Blue Devils that retained the undefeated title as they downed the Panthers 24-7 Friday night at Donell Woods Stdium.
Someone will realize their first loss of the season as the undefeated, No. 6-ranked Statesboro Blue Devils visit the undefeated Liberty County Panthers at 7:30 tonight at Donell Woods Stadium.
Bradwell looks to move to 2-1 in Region 3-AAAAA tonight as it hosts the Windsor Forest Knights at Olvey Field.
Liberty County High School held out long enough to earn a 21-19 win over Glenn Hills on Friday in Augusta. The narrow victory came in a game in which the Panthers made costly errors that the Spartans scored on.
For the first half of regulation, it appeared the Liberty County High School football team had the game tucked away.
Liberty County High School's softball team won the best of three series against Burke County in the first round of the Region 3-AAAA playoffs Thursday afternoon.