Liberty County High School's softball team celebrated its seniors and honored several players at the program's annual softball banquet held Thursday night at the LaQuinta Inn.
The Long County Blue Tide turned the stingers on the Jeff Davis Yellow Jackets winning 48-0 on the road. The BLue Tide was the only local team to earn a win tonight as Liberty, Bradwell and First Presbyterian Christian Academy suffered losses. Read more in Sunday's Coastal Courier.
It was a rough evening for the local prep teams.
Melvin Ford of Hinesville has been bowling since he was about 9 years old. But it took him roughly 40 years to accomplish the sport's ultimate goal - a perfect game.
All has been quiet lately at Donell Woods Stadium, but that will change tonight as Liberty County High School hosts the Wayne County Yellow Jackets at 7:30 in the Panthers' first home game since Oct. 5.
Before the region re-alignments, Bradwell Institute knew it always would have a tough game ahead when facing the Camden County Wildcats.
After a near-comeback win last week, First Presbyterian Christian Academy is looking to take some momentum tonight to Cordele as it faces the Crisp Academy Wildcats at 7:30.
After tough back-to-back losses to Bacon County and Toombs County, the Long County High School football team will be trying to get back on the winning track when they face Jeff Davis tonight in Hazlehurst.
There are only three games remaining in the high-school football regular season, and some of the local prep teams still are in the running for playoff spots.
The Long County High School football team had its homecoming game ruined by Toombs County, 33-20, on Friday in Ludowici.
The Walker Middle School Wildcat football team wrapped up its season Wednesday with a loss to Arthur Williams Middle School, 28-6.
First Presbyterian Christian Academy nearly stole the show - and the program's first win - with a second-half comeback, but Robert Toombs Christian Academy held on for a 48-46 win Friday at Long Bell Stadium.
Bradwell Institute fell to 1-6 overall and 1-3 in Region 3-AAAAA on Friday after Glynn Academy crushed the Tigers, 55-0, at Olvey Field.