With summer here, it only seems logical to play baseball. Liberty County High School is doing just that as the Coastal Panthers took to the diamond Wednesday to kick off its 32-game season, which lasts until June 23.
When the Bradwell Tigers take the football field in August, a familiar face from the last three years may not be there. Christopher Teale, the Tigers' equipment manager, graduated from Bradwell Institute last week and said he is on his way to college to study graphic communications. He said he is deciding between Emmanuel College and Andrew College.
With summer here and the mercury steadily rising, people will choose to cool off by taking a refreshing dip in a pool.
The Liberty County Recreation Department baseball playoffs kicked off Tuesday while the softball playoffs started May 23.
As a high school student at Bradwell Institute, Marcus Singletary was a big man on campus. He was a star on the basketball court and the gridiron.
By Jimmy Currier
With school ending Friday, several middle school students wasted little time kicking off the summer fun.
The Liberty Lady Mavericks missed out on qualifying for a National AAU bid earlier this month in a tournament in Macon. Some players suffered injuries and the team went 1-2, missing a bid by a game.
The Hinesville Gators U16 soccer team finished second at the State Rec Cup Championship in Columbus.
With the conclusion of spring football practice Friday, Bradwell Institute coach Jim Walsh Jr. thought the early session was one of the best in his 14 years at the helm of the program.
To say the Coastal Crew 12-under Rebels basketball team is having a successful season would be an understatement.
When visitors to Olvey Field fill the stands for graduation later this month and for football games in the fall, they will notice the new bleachers.
Cherokee Rose Country Club members and guests may see a little construction going on and experience a little inconvenience on the golf course, but CRCC general manager Ronnie Mobley says not to worry.
Morehouse College has an alumni list that reads like a who's who: Dr. Martin Luther King Jr, Spike Lee, Julian Bond, Samuel L. Jackson and Herman Cain all graduated from the prestigious school in Atlanta.
Bradwell Institute's boys soccer team made history this season, winning its first state playoff game in school history - a 3-1 win against Union Grove.