The Long County High School varsity girls' basketball team dropped its 10th game of the year last week, falling to McIntosh County Academy, 59-33, in Ludowici.
The Long County High School boys' basketball team lost to McIntosh County Academy, 67-63, on Saturday in a Region 2-AA contest in Ludowici.
The First Presbyterian Christian Academy boys' basketball team went 2-1 and won the consolation bracket last weekend at the Hilton Head Classic.
Long County High School recently honored its football players at a fall sports banquet. Taking home the Outstanding Defensive Lineman Award was Nick Stock. The Outstanding Defensive Back Award went to Brandon Adkins. Delonte Singleton won the JV Coaches Award, the Coaches Offensive Ironman Award went to Jacob Turner, the Freshman Student-Athlete Award winner was D'Andre Watkins, and Tyler Smith was recognized on the 2-AA All-Region team as an offensive lineman. Fred Nelson won the ...
Apropos of nothing except this being Christmas, I've long suspected Santa doesn't like the Georgia Bulldogs, despite all that red in his getup.
There have been times in the past decade or so when I thought the Liberty County Board of Education was out of its collective mind.
Duane Johnson, Deborah Genard, Caryn Gilliam, Melissa Moore, Albert Hawkins, Travis Mobley and Tim Scott recently were recognized by the Liberty County Recreation Department Board on Dec. 13 at its annual meeting. Also honored, but not pictured, were Kenneth Bell, Patrick Underwood, Tammy Fischer and David O'Hagan. The LCRD board honored the individuals for their volunteer services in coaching three or more recreation teams in 2011.
Playing in Lyons, the Long County High School boys' basketball team picked up its third win in a row Friday with a 67-56 victory over Toombs County.
Joe Watkins had a lot of friends. That was evident during a flag football tournament bearing his name, as 16 teams signed up and competed to help raise funds.
Several Bradwell Tiger football players were among those named to the All-Region 3-AAAAA team this year.
As 2011 winds down, the Courier will look back at some of the more memorable sports moments of the year.
Long County High School recently held its annual fall sports banquet to recognize athletes who excel at cross country, softball, cheerleading and football. Today's story will cover the cross-country and softball teams and the cheerleading squad. Wednesday's story will focus on the football team.
The Bradwell Institute boys' basketball team is tied with Savannah High for second place in Region 3-AAAAA after defeating Groves, 79-68, on Tuesday night in Hinesville.
First Presbyterian Christian Academy and Bethesda have been rivals for several years, the two schools having met for the Georgia Independent School Association Class AA state title three times in recent years.
It came down to the wire, but the Bradwell Institute girls' basketball team could not edge out a win against visiting Groves in a Region 3-AAAAA contest Tuesday.
It's was a whirlwind year for athletics at First Presbyterian Christian Academy, and one that remembered and honored Monday during the annual fall and spring sports ceremony at First Presbyterian Church.
Six members of the Long County High School baseball team have received All-Region 2-AA honors.
A torrential downpour didn't stop the 12U and 14U Marauders baseball teams from good showings in the Georgia Games Tournament, which was held May 17-19 in Savannah.
With high-school graduation looming this Memorial Day weekend, the 17U Coastal Crew Rebels made a quick change to their tournament schedule.
Q: Jim and Mark are both on the green on No. 3. It is Jim's turn to hit, and he strokes a long, curving putt toward the hole. Mark is next to putt, and he does so but before Jim's ball comes to rest, both balls collide. What do they do?
First Presbyterian Christian Academy's boys' and girls' soccer teams swept the nominations and awards for the Georgia Independent School Association Class AA All-Region and All-State teams.
Bradwell Institute football fans got their first look at new coach Adam Carter's football team Saturday as the Tigers capped spring practice with the Blue-White Game at Olvey Field.
Liberty County High School football player Raekwon McMillan has received another boost in the national rankings.
Eleven athletes from the Long County 4-H Club recently competed in the Shooting Awareness, Fun and Education (SAFE) archery meet at the Rock Eagle 4-H Center in Eatonton.
A few of Bradwell Institute's and Liberty County High School's track-and-field athletes fared well at their respective Georgia High School Association state meets.
The St. James Coastal Crew Rebels' sixth-grade boys' basketball team took first place at the Rebels' Classic Tournament held May 11-12 at the St. James Sports Center.
Folks looking to catch a glimpse of Bradwell Institute's new football coach, Adam Carter, got a chance during an informal meet and greet Thursday evening at the home of George and Babs Holtzman.
Former Liberty County High School baseball player Chris Arnold is having a good season as the Savannah State University Tigers keep advancing in the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference Championship Tournament, according to the school's athletic website.
Two members of the Long County High School ladies track and field team competed at the recent AA state championships.
The Eighth Grade Coastal Crew Rebels won first place at the 2013 Mothers' Day Tournament held in Hinesville May 11-12.