Liberty County High School's baseball team has gone to the football program's past in an attempt to improve its future.
Playing in a tough bracket, the Barracudas baseball team finished 1-2-1 at the Georgia State baseball tournament last weekend in Cummings.
Golfers who want to support a good cause can play in Saturday's Mabel Creel Memorial Golf Tournament at Cherokee Rose Golf Course.
A sports blogger has declared former Liberty County and current University of Tennessee basketball player Jordan McRae potentially one of the country's best players for next season.
The Long County High School Alumni Association held its annual golf tournament May 18 at the Cherokee Rose Golf Course in Hinesville.
Martial arts represent more than just fighting technique, according to a local instructor. It's also a good way to stay in shape.
Q: Alice and Martha are playing No. 5 on their home course. Martha's ball comes to rest short of the green. There is a small, shallow bunker between her ball and the green. Martha wants to putt her ball through the bunker. She believes this is the best shot since the bunker is shallow and the hole is near the bunker. Martha knows that the superintendent recently put new sand in all of the bunkers, so she decides to test the condition of the sand before hitting. Can she do this?
Hinesville Gators tryouts planned
Former Liberty County High School and South Georgia King basketball player Rion Brown, who now plays at Miami, lent a hand Saturday at a car-wash fundraiser to help his former travel team earn some money to finish out their summer season.
Former Liberty County High School baseball player Trey Sikes was named to the Georgia Collegiate Athletic Association All-Region second team.
Former Bradwell Institute football player David Miller was one of 27 Georgia State University football players who earned academic honors for the spring semester, according to GSU's website.
Members of the Long County High School boys and girls golf teams recently were recognized with individual awards at the school's spring-sports banquet.
Miguel Pineda scored 32 points to lead the First Presbyterian Christian Academy boys' basketball team to an 88-83 win Tuesday in a huge region game against Frederica Academy at the St. James Sports Center.
The Long County High School boys' and girls' basketball teams continued their skids Tuesday, as both squads lost to Bryan County in Ludowici in Region 2B-AA action.
Bradwell Institute had a rough time on the basketball court Tuesday, as the boys' and girls' teams lost to Region 3-AAAAA Effingham County in Springfield.
Attention turns to the local junior-varsity girls' and boys' basketball teams Saturday during the 21st annual Donell Woods Tournament.
One week after the Liberty County Lady Panthers' basketball team took down McIntosh County Academy in Darien, the Lady Buccaneers returned the favor by downing the Liberty girls, 64-57, on Saturday afternoon at LCHS.
Rion Brown picked a good time to have his second double-double of the season.
Long County's boys' and girls' basketball teams dropped their games to Wayne County on Saturday in nonregion action in Jesup.
STATESBORO - The NCAA Division I Football Championship Subdivision offensive player of the year award, presented by College Sporting News, has been named in honor of former Georgia Southern running back Adrian "A.P." Peterson.
2013 was such a god-awful year, if it was in the form of a human I would gladly punch it in the trachea.
When Willie Fritz was introduced as the next head coach of Georgia Southern's football program, he took former Eagles quarterback and College Football Hall of Famer Tracy Ham's advice.
Liberty County split games with South Effingham High School Friday in region 3A-AAAA games that saw the Lady Panthers fall 58-43 and the Panther boys win 55-42.
The Groves High Rebels were no match for the visiting Bradwell Tiger basketball teams as the Lady Rebels fell 63-39 and the Rebels dropped the boys' match 59-47 Friday in Savannah.
Hard times continued Friday for the Long County teams with both the Lady Tide and the Blue Tide falling in Atkinson County.
First Presbyterian Christian Academy boys took down Bethesda in Savannah Thursday night, 81-70, in a non-region game.