Bradwell Institute will face its biggest challenge of the season when the Tigers travel to Kingsland tonight to take on Camden County High School at 7:30 p.m.
After playing Wayne County two weeks ago and McIntosh County last week, it might seem that the road couldn't get any harder for the Blue Tide. But it will tonight when Long County (0-4, 0-1) takes on unbeaten Region 2-AA foe Vidalia in Ludowici.
In Wednesday's paper, it erroneously was reported that tonight's game was homecoming for the Blue Tide.
There were plenty of hugs and tears at Lady Tiger Field during a doubleheader Saturday at Bradwell Institute.
Cameron Riles is a sophomore at Bradwell Institute and is in his second year as a member of the JV football team. Riles wants to become a sports journalist.
Liberty County High School's new volleyball coach, Lauren Hale, knows a thing or two about the court sport.
Long County High School had hopes of pulling off the team's first win over McIntosh County Academy when the two teams met Friday in Darien.
Liberty County High School knew it was going to be a knock-down drag-out fight in Statesboro, and give it their best they did, making the Blue Devils earn every yard on their home turf. Liberty's persistence kept the game close but the Blue Devils outlasted the Panthers to win 17-14 Friday night.
With less than a minute left, the Bradwell Tigers were forced to spike the ball three times to stop the clock and managed to move the ball 45 yards. But when the buzzer sounded, it was Johnson High that was celebrating.
Much like football, when it comes to top seeding in Region 3-AAAAA, it's usually a battle between Bradwell and Camden County. And, much like football, the Wildcats' softball team held the top spot in the region by beating the Lady Tigers, 6-0, on Thursday at Bradwell's field.
The Long County High School softball team dropped a pair of Region 2-AA softball contests this week to fall to 5-15 overall and 0-6 in the region.
Bradwell and Johnson High were battling it out on Olvey Field and had the game tied at 14 going into halftime. But the Atom smashers controlled the clock for most of the second half and their running game broke open in the third. The Tigers managed to put points on the board but the Atom smashers answered taking a 21-20 lead. In the fourth quarter the visiting team aired it out twice on fourth down ...
Taking a spin around the track will have a different meaning for four local educators from Hinesville who will be featured in Saturday's Savannah Derby Devils Fresh Meat Scrimmage at Supergoose Skating Center in Savannah.
Last season, Liberty County High School shocked the state high school football world when it knocked off Statesboro, 29-0, in convincing fashion at Donell Woods Stadium.
Earning its first victory against Beach last week has given new life to the Bradwell Institute football team.
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