First Presbyterian Christian Academy boys' basketball team is now setting their sights on a state championship after winning the Region 2A-AA championship Friday night.
There are two absolutes that basketball teams must do well to win: Teams must make free throws and grab rebounds.
Bradwell's boys have won four out of their last five games, including three region wins against Windsor Forest, Islands and Benedictine in the last two weeks of the regular season.
Both the girls and boys basketball teams wrapped up their regular season Friday with losses to the McIntosh County teams in Ludowici.
Long before starting an insurance company in Hinesville, Tico Brown lived another life as a scoring machine in the Continental Basketball Association.
Former Liberty County basketball star Jordan McRae was officially reinstated to the University of Tennessee's men's basketball team this week.
Several football players from Liberty County High School and Bradwell Institute were set to take the gridiron yesterday in the 2011 Florida/Georgia Border Wars All-Star Classic.
Three and a half months became a lifetime memory for the players and coaches of the Bradwell Institute Lady Tigers on Tuesday night in Hinesville. Bradwell ended the regular season 25-0 by defeating Savannah High, 58-36.
Sayvon Wilson tossed in 23 points to help lead Liberty County to a 52-47 win Tuesday against visiting Glynn Academy.
Tigers mistakes proved their undoing during Savannah High's 52-41 win against Bradwell on Tuesday in Hinesville.
The Glynn Academy Lady Red Terrors used a fast-paced run-and-shoot offense to outscore Liberty County, 67-46, at home Tuesday night.
Though the Long County Board of Education still has to give its official blessing, Ronald Flott is in line to be the next football coach at Long County High School.
Faith Baptist beat Peoples Baptist, 104-41, in a non-region contest Feb. 4 at home.
Rodney Hawkins scored 30 points to help Bradwell grab its third win of the week, a 67-46 dismantling of short-handed Long County on Saturday in Hinesville.
The unbeaten Bradwell Institute Lady Tigers celebrated senior night with an exclamation point Saturday, hammering Long County, 56-16, in Hinesville.