After returning to the postseason in 2006, the Bradwell Institute Tigers are eager to not only return, but to win a state playoff game.
Hundreds of people did not let a blazing hot sun producing 94 plus degree temperatures deter them from enjoying the early activities of Summer Slam.
Employees come and go. That is the nature of business. The Liberty County Recreation Department honored one of its departing employees Friday at Western Sizzlin.
By Jimmy Currier Coastal Courier (Hinesville, GA) Sports Editor firstname.lastname@example.org Liberty County High School rising senior Skyler Hoffer is getting a taste of what it's like to be a major athlete. There's a lot of suitcases and travel involved. To start off the month, the Panther pitcher traveled to Norman, Okla., as a member of Team Georgia to compete in the 31st Annual Sunbelt Classic baseball tournament. Hoffer was one of 20 juniors across the ...
After making history last season with the school's first winning season and playoff bid, the Liberty County Panthers are out to prove in 2007 that last season was not a fluke.
BRUNSWICK - After suffering an 11-0 defeat to start the Georgia Recreation and Parks Association District 2 softball tournament, the Liberty County Recreation Department's Mite team won two straight games Thursday before being eliminated by Douglas late Thursday afternoon.
The Liberty County Recreation Department's All-star baseball season is complete. The Mite, Midget and Junior teams lost Tuesday in their respective elimination brackets in the Georgia Recreation and Parks Association's District 2 tournament in Waycross. The Mites started the tournament with a 14-2 loss to Douglas Blue on Monday. Tuesday morning, LC defeated Brunswick 16-3, but lost later in the day, 9-4 to Ware County. The Midgets also started the tournament on a bad note, ...
Bradwell Institute senior right fielder Nick Franks was named to the Region 3-AAAAA Coaches All-Region first team.
By Jimmy Currier Coastal Courier (Hinesville, GA) Sports Editor email@example.com With a growing population, the Liberty County Recreation Department likes to keep up with the increase by offering new programs. This summer, one of the new programs is summer track. With track being one of the most popular and successful sports in the county, LCRD Director Jimmy Martin wanted to offer the sport in the summer. Youth from ages 7-18 practice on Tuesdays and Thursdays ...
Now that all the hardware has been awarded, it's time for the Liberty County Recreation Department's best players to face the region's star recreation athletes.
After several close finishes, the Coastal Crew Rebels finally broke through to win the big one.
From 1995-2003, Marvin Howard was at Bradwell Institute, coaching the ninth grade boys basketball team as well as conducting his full-time job as assistant principal.
Spinners, 28-inch rims, motorcycles, the bump in the trunk, pipes ringing, basketball, softball, Lowcountry boil and much more will be seen, heard, tasted, felt and smelled next weekend as the 17th edition of Summer Slam starts.
Bradwell Institute's football players are sacrificing playing video games and lounging around to spend quality time in the weight room.