The Long County High School baseball team and track team did well in recent outings.
Some of the best collegiate golf in the nation is going on just up the road.
The Hinesville 10U Gators boys soccer team won first place March 3 at the North Florida Cup on Jekyll Island. Team members are Kendall Anderson, Keagan Toole, Palmer Whitney, Mark Alan McGarry, Casey Rearley, Dustin Brown, Kyle Osteen, Evan Toole, and Christopher Dargan. Coaches are Keith, Jared, and Vera Anderson.
The Scott's All-Stars started the AAU season with a weekend on March 3-4.
Bradwell Institute's baseball team won two of its three games this week heading into today's action.
The Brunswick Pirates avenged their 6-0 loss Monday to Bradwell by overpowering the Panthers, 18-2, Tuesday night in Hinesville.
In the end, it didn't matter that Johnson High School got lost en-route to their soccer game against the Bradwell Lady Tigers.
Liberty County dropped both its Region 2A-AAAA soccer games to Wayne County on Tuesday at Donell Woods Stadium.
Long County fell to No. 1 Appling County, 11-1, Tuesday in Baxley.
The First Presbyterian Christian Academy girls soccer team has started the season on a roll, going 4-0 so far.
The employees of Georgia Power are looking to help find a cure for cancer. Each year, they join the Relay for Life campaign, insisting that every penny matters when it comes to finding a cure. On Saturday those pennies added up to $2,500 in the second annual Relay for Life Softball Tournament.
Long County High School lost a heartbreaker Friday on the diamond in Toombs County.
Liberty County High School's boys track team is on a roll, earning its third first place finish of the season Thursday at home.
Question: Kim is playing with his regular foursome in a men's association event. The format is stroke play. On the fourth hole, Kim notices that his group is falling behind the group in front and that the group behind is having to wait. He recommends that they play ready golf and dispense with the normal practice of the low score tees off first and the farthest from the hole hits first. Can they do this?
Bradwell Institute golf coach Ken Griffin hit a hole-in-one Friday and went home in style, winning a free three-year lease on a Lexus IS250 during the third annual Directorate of Plans, Training, Mobilization and Security Golf Tournament sponsored by Chatham Parkway Lexus at Taylor's Creek Golf Course on Fort Stewart.
Wildcats offensive line coach Josh Eads will be the next head football coach at Richmond Hill High School.