Last Friday's Savannah State University High School Invitational drew several local track teams, including those from Liberty County High School and Bradwell Institute's Lady Tigers and JV boys' teams. The local squads tested their skills against 12 other high schools from around the Lowcountry and Coastal Empire areas.
FPCA's girls' soccer team is 7-1 after posting back-to-back wins by a combined score of 11-0 this week.
The Bradwell Institute baseball team notched another Region 3-AAAAA win Tuesday by beating Groves, 8-1, in Garden City.
Long County High School senior Kwanzi Lattimore signed Monday with Point University to join the Skyhawks' football program in 2012.
The diamond boys of First Presbyterian Christian Academy shut out Memorial Day, 5-0, Tuesday in a non-region baseball game in Savannah.
The Long County High School baseball team lost to Vidalia High School, 10-1, Saturday in Ludowici.
Scott's All*Stars' sixth grade basketball team finished 1-2 last weekend in the North Carolina AAU tournament.
The Hinesville Hurricanes' defense made a clutch play in overtime for a 26-20 win Saturday at home against Savannah's Legion of Zoom.
The 14U Barracudas kicked off the 2012 season April 17 in Atlanta and won the Georgia Super NIT Tournament.
First Presbyterian Christian Academy played Toombs Christian Academy to a 7-7 tie on Friday in Lyons.
Long County High School lost a disappointing game, 3-1, Monday to Claxton.
The Easter Eggstravaganza Festival and Concert to benefit the Glennville Recreation Department will be Saturday at the department, 320 Veterans Road.
There are times when bad weather can be a good thing.
The Bradwell Institute baseball team picked up another Region 3-AAAAA win on Friday by toppling Johnson High, 14-2, in Savannah. The Tigers pounced early and were able to get the game done in time before bad weather swept into the area. It was the confidence-builder the Tigers needed after suffering a heartbreaking region loss to Jenkins last Tuesday and a disappointing loss to the Long County Blue Tide Thursday at home.
Liberty County High School hosted a junior-varsity track meet Tuesday, and the Panther JV boys earned a first-place finish.
Former Bradwell Institute football player Chester Brown is learning the ropes of a new college position at the University of Central Florida's spring practice in Orlando.