Every dark cloud has a silver lining.
Ten scholarships worth $1,000 each will be awarded to local high school seniors, thanks to the Martin Luther King Observance Association Golf Tournament, which took place April 16 at the Cherokee Rose Country Club in Hinesville.
Three Liberty County YMCA Heat swimmers qualified for the 14U long course state championship meet, which will take place in July in Augusta.
Big trucks and proud truck owners came together Saturday in Long County to show who had the meanest truck around.
The local results of the boys' state track meet are as follows:
The 16U Coastal Crew Rebels recently got a chance to meet NBA player John Wall of the Washington Wizards when they were in Raleigh, N.C. The Rebels also played in a tournament and finished 2-2. Shown with Wall (center) are front row, from left: Keshawn Wright and Isaiah Kight; back row: Jerome Grant, Marvin Walthour, Cameron Kight, Avery Bolton, Denzale Bratcher, Marquise Parker, Jawaun Leach and Spencer Asher.
First Presbyterian Christian Academy Highlander Jordan Johnson's ability to sink the trey shot from mid-court earned him the nickname J-Bird.
Standing 6-feet-4, Bradwell Institute's Jamael Smith was a natural on the basketball court during his junior and senior years in high school.
Bradwell's Institute's hopes for a state Class AAAAA baseball title were abruptly ended Friday afternoon by host Tift County.
Students from Walker Middle School's 4th- and 5th-grade classes took to the field Monday to compete in the school's annual field day competition.
Golf is fun, whether playing solo or with others. Having a basic understanding of the game's rules makes it easier to enjoy the experience and improve your skills. In this periodic column, I provide brief explanations of golf rules and answer commonly asked questions.
Bradwell's diamond chase was abruptly ended Friday afternoon when Tift County shut them down 13-0 and 8-0 in the first round of the state playoffs.
Losses in their past two Region 3-AAAAA games forced the Bradwell Tigers to pack the bus and travel to Tift County for the first round of the state playoffs today.
Former Bradwell Institute star Sheldon Barnes won the most valuable offensive player award at the annual Savannah State University athletic banquet April 13 in Tiger Arena.
The weather Saturday was perfect for fishing, and the folks at Hampton Island caught a mess of bass at their first annual Bass Classic, then donated some of their catch to America's Second Harvest of Savannah.
Q: Kathy and Jane are playing in a tournament. On the fourth hole, Kathy hits her second shot into the bunker in front of the green. She notices that a rake has been left in the bunker between her ball and the hole. She retrieves it and, in the process, makes footprints. She smooths her footprints, as well as other footprints, prior to making a stroke. Jane says she must be penalized for repairing a bunker prior to making a stroke. Kathy replies that she did not improve her lie, area of intended swing or stance, and nothing was done ...
The Long County Commission recently recognized the county's mite boys' all-star baseball team for finishing runner-up to the state title in its division of the Georgia Recreation and Parks Association baseball tournament. Team members are T.J. Criswell, Kyle Duncan, Daniel Edwards, Blake Holland, Noah Kuhaneck, Matthew Marchant, Austin Pitts, Trevor Ray, Justin Thomas, Than Williams and Luke Wells. Coaches were Joey Edwards, Tommy Holland, John Kuhaneck, Justin Thomas, Dean Cammack and head coach Randy Williams. The Long County Commission is represented by Willie Thomas, Kent Hall, Gerald Blocker, Dwight Gordon and Chairman Robert Long.
Long County rec event set for Saturday
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