It was a rebuilding season for the Lady Panthers' softball team this year, but the Liberty County girls and their coaching staff still had plenty to celebrate during their end-of-the-season awards dinner on Wednesday.
Anderson, S.C., has a new championship football team. Its semipro team, the Red Dawgs, knocked off the reigning champions, the Hinesville Hurricanes, 21-12, on Oct. 1 to win the 2011 Southeastern American Football League title.
Bradwell lost to Jenkins tonight on Olvey Field scoring only a safety and a field goal but allowing the Warriors to score 33 points in a REgion 3-AAAAA matchup. Final BI 5, Jenkins 31.
The Liberty County High School football team will take a long bus ride to Waycross and enter Gator country tonight, where the Panthers will face Ware County at 7:30 p.m.
With only three regular-season games left, Bradwell Institute will try to get things moving in the right direction when the Tigers play host to Jenkins tonight for homecoming.
Bradwell Institute girls' basketball coach Faye Baker knows it won't be easy for her team to duplicate last year's 29-1 overall mark or the Lady Tigers' 16-0 record in Region 3-AAAAA.
The Long County High School football team will travel to Nahunta tonight to take on Brantley County. Both teams are looking for their first win.
Future Liberty County Panthers basketball payers Dee Brooks and D'Angelo Streeter were named among the top 50 prospects at the fifth annual Pangos All-South Basketball Camp on Oct. 8-9 in
The Bradwell Institute boys' and girls' cross-country teams competed against 10 high schools at the Jaguar Invitational in Evans last weekend. The boys and girls both brought home hardware, according to Bradwell cross-country coach Brian Williams, as the Tigers finished second and the Lady Tigers finished third overall.
Twenty-two teams invaded Cherokee Rose Country Club on Saturday morning to play golf for a great cause.
The Long County High School football team lost to Pierce County, 21-3, on Friday in Blackshear. The Blue Tide started off keeping the score close, only being down 7-3 at the half. However, two Pierce County scores in the third quarter put the game out of reach, handing Long County its sixth loss of the season.
On the heels of signing one of the most extraordinary rookie classes in team history, the Harlem Globetrotters will bring their 2012 World Tour to the Savannah Civic Center at 7 p.m. March 15, 2012.
There were moments of brilliance mixed in with breakdowns for Bradwell Institute in Friday's 34-24 loss to Winsdor Forest at Olvey Field.
It took every second of the four quarters played to decide Friday's Region 2A-AAAA contest between Liberty County and Brunswick High at Glynn County Stadium. In the end, though, the Panthers lost by a whisker, 30-28.
The Pierce County Bears remained undefeated in Region 2-AA by beating the Long County Blue Tide, 21-3, on Friday night in Blackshear. The win improved Pierce County to 4-2 overall.
It was a gut-wrenching loss. A three point difference is all it took in drowning First Presbyterian Christian Academy's chase for a state title. The Highlanders boys shed many tears losing 60-57 to Furtah Prep in Staurday's Class AA championship game at Mercer University. But first year head coach Shane Smith said the boys left it all out on the court and have much to be proud of this season. Read the full story in Wednesday's Coastal Courier.
First Presbyterian Christian Academy has a new head baseball coach this season - but one who is familiar to the program.
Several Liberty County High School players, as well as their head coach, participated in the War of the Border all-star football game Feb. 22 in Folkston.
Former Liberty County High School basketball players Rion Brown and Jordan McRae were scheduled to play in their respective universities' final regular-season home games Saturday.
Bradwell rising senior defensive end/linebacker Jeff Andrew isn't waiting until spring to prepare for the 2014 season.
Youth baseball, softball and T-ball open
The Long County High School soccer teams on Tuesday faced two of the toughest teams they will play all season when they hosted Benedictine Military School and Saint Vincent's Academy.
Former Bradwell Institute track star Quintunya Chapman is one of the 10 University of Georgia athletes who have qualified for the NCAA Indoor Track & Field Championships on March 14-15 in Albuquerque, N.M., according to an announcement last week by the NCAA. Chapman, a junior at UGA, is ranked No. 16 in the nation and No. 8 in the Southeastern Conference in the pentathlon. According to a report on georgiadogs.com, Chapman bettered her score in the pentathlon by nearly 400 points at the SEC Championships to grab the 16th and final spot at the national meet. Chapman scored 4 ...
It was a tough loss for the Hinesville Hurricanes football team March 1 in Ocala.
The First Presbyterian Christian Academy Highlander boys' basketball team will play for the Georgia Independent School Association Class AA state title Saturday after beating Griffin Christian, 86-78, on Wednesday at Mercer University in Macon.
Bradwell's soccer teams dropped their games against Windsor Forest on Tuesday at Olvey Field.
Liberty County High School managed to squeeze in soccer games Tuesday in Brunswick despite misty weather in the afternoon.
The Long County High School baseball team lost a tough game Tuesday, falling to Benedictine Military School, 2-0, in Savannah.
The Southeast Georgia Report will host the fourth annual Middle-School/Freshman/Sophomore All-Star Game beginning at noon Saturday at Midway Middle School.
Scotts All*Stars held their annual retreat Feb. 21-23. The retreat provides an opportunity for all players in the program to learn about team requirements while participating in team-building activities. Scott's All*Stars players learned how to tie a necktie and heard about the mission and vision of the program. They also attended a college fair (MegaGenesis) and church at Mount Zion Missionary Baptist. There were 25 boys in grades six through nine. For more information, go to www.scottsallstars.com or call 912-655-4371.