Players dream of moments when the game is on the line and they have the chance to take the winning shot at the end.
The Liberty County High School Lady Panthers had little trouble dispatching Toombs County on Friday, beating the Lady Bulldogs 4-1.
As Major League baseball's spring training begins to hit full stride, this could be a make-or-break year for Long County's Dustin McGowan.
Modeling their team after the successful Lady Tiger basketball squad, the BI girls' soccer team shutout Coffee County 5-0 Friday night at home. The boy Tigers went against a solid Trojan offense but avoided a shutout losing to Coffee 5-1 right after the girls' game.
Last month, four athletes from the Liberty County Recreation Department's Taekwondo team competed in Fort Oglethorpe, at the Winter Battle VII tournament.
First Presbyterian Christian Academy boys' basketball team's quest for a fourth state title came to an abrupt end when the Georgia Independent School Association deemed one of the Highlander players ineligible to play on Monday.
When the Lowndes Lady Vikettes travel to Bradwell today for the first round of the AAAAA state playoffs, they know they have a formidable task in front of them.
Liberty County opened its diamond season with an 8-2 win against Pierce County on Wednesday evening at home.
Looking to defend their championship title against Youth Challenge Academy rival post Fort Gordon, the kids from Fort Stewart's Youth Challenge Academy's basketball team are headed to Augusta on Saturday.
The Wayne County High School baseball team only took three innings to defeat the Long County team this past Monday when the two teams played in Jesup. The 2-AAAA team showed it was the better team on the diamond that day, defeating the 2-AA Blue Tide, 17-0.
Though the 2010-11 basketball season was a long one for the Lady Tide, one bright spot came this past Monday, when the All-Region 2-AA team was announced and Shameka Richardson was given honorable mention distinction.
The Bradwell Institute girls' basketball team capped a perfect regular season with a perfect run through the Region 3-AAAAA tournament, holding off Beach, 57-48, on Saturday to claim the tourney title and a No. 1 seed heading into the state playoffs.
Bradwell Institute opened the 2011 golf season Monday with a second-place finish at the team's first match at Cherokee Rose Country Club in Hinesville. The Tigers' six-person team was pitted against Long County High School and Claxton High School.
The First Presbyterian Christian Academy Highlanders are now in the Georgia Independent School Association Class AA Final Four after beating Piedmont Academy, 61-24, on Feb. 16 and defeating Furtah Prep, 44-27, on Saturday.
South East Circuit Rodeo recently held its year-end championship for the 2010 season. This year's event drew cowboys and cowgirls from all over the area and was held at the N.C. Ranch in Long County.
Registration for football,