First Presbyterian Christian Academy girls soccer coach Tom Sukaratana paced the sidelines, guiding his team through the motions as it played Terrell Academy on Friday in the Georgia Independent School Association state quarterfinals at St. James Sports Field.
A friendly soccer competition between Bradwell Institute and neighboring Long County High School resulted in a shutout sweep for the BI teams Tuesday at Olvey Field.
The Long County High School baseball team fell short of its ultimate goal, but still ended its season on a bit of a high note.
Liberty County High School's track and field teams placed second overall at the Region 3-AAAA meet April 17-19 at Statesboro.
Former Bradwell Institute football and soccer player David Miller was one of several athletes honored at the 58th annual Georgia State University Blue Carpet Awards Banquet on Thursday in Atlanta.
The Hinesville Hurricanes fell just short April 20 to the Georgia Pirates, 21-12, in Augusta in a battle of top-seeded teams in the United Spring Football League.
First Presbyterian Christian Academy soccer teams honored their outgoing seniors with victories Tuesday at St. James Field, propelling both squads to round two of the state playoffs.
With the Georgia Independent School Association state playoffs looming, the First Presbyterian Christian Academy baseball team has turned on the afterburners in hopes of chasing a state AA title.
It was a sweet farewell game for the Bradwell Institute senior baseball players Tuesday afternoon.
The Long County Blue Tide baseball team on Wednesday broke a five-game losing streak with a 5-3 win over Toombs County in Lyons.
The seventh-grade South Georgia Kings basketball team placed second at the Cherokee Classic Tournament on April 20 in Cherokee County.
A record crowd braved threatening weather Saturday to honor the life of one man while reaching out to support another young life.
There were many highlights last weekend as the Bradwell Institute track and field teams closed the 2013 regular season at the two-day Region 3-AAAAA meet in Waycross.
According to the University of Miami athletic website, former Liberty County High School basketball player Rion Brown returns to his home state when the Hurricanes play at Savannah State at 7 p.m. Thursday.
Former Liberty County High School basketball player Jordan McRae reached a milestone Saturday, scoring his 1,000th career point at the University of Tennessee, according to utsports.com.
The Liberty County Recreation Department's midget league soccer team placed third overall in the Georgia Parks and Recreation Association state tournament Dec. 6-7 in Thomasville. The team beat Thomasville in game one, 3-0, but then lost to Columbia County, 4-2, in overtime.
Liberty County High School star football player Raekwon McMillan has chosen Ohio State to continue his playing and academic career.
Bradwell Institute swept Windsor Forest on Friday at BI, with the Lady Tigers earning a 51-28 win and the Tiger boys beating the Knights, 68-47.
Liberty County High School hosted a banquet Thursday night to honor the football team's second successful season in a row and hand out player awards.
The Long County High School basketball teams on Friday picked up Region 2B-AA wins over Bacon County in Ludowici.
District 2 scores
Scott's All-Stars is hosting a middle school basketball tournament tonight and tomorrow Dec. 13-14. Here is the schedule:
It was a big rivalry battle and a bittersweet game for the First Presbyterian Christian Academy boys' basketball team Tuesday night.
Just two days after the Bradwell boys' basketball team beat Statesboro in overtime, the Tigers did it again Tuesday.
Tuesday was a rough night for the Long County High School basketball program as the girls' and boys' teams lost to McIntosh County Academy in Darien.
According to a report on the University of South Carolina Upstate's athletic website, former Bradwell Institute track athlete KeAndrea Ladson was named Women's Field Performer of the Week on Wednesday.
Pictured are Liberty County Recreation Department volunteer coaches who were head coaches for three or more teams in 2013. From left, Marty Martin, Melissa Moore, Tammy Fisher, Dana Lee, Tacarra Hayes, Albert Hawkins, Travis Mobley and Ken Bell. Not pictured: Sheldon Whiteman, Ginefur Peppers and Carlos Carreras. These volunteers were presented LCRD coaches' apparel during Tuesday's recreation-board meeting at the Charles Shuman Recreation Center. As a group, these individuals contributed in excess of 2,000 hours of volunteer service to the LCRD in 2013.
Q: Marcus and James are playing in a local two-ball tournament. On the fourth hole, there is a back-up in play as they wait their turn on the tee box. James takes his sand wedge and hits a few short chip shots on the tee box while they wait. Their opponents tell James that he has incurred a penalty for practicing on the course during tournament play. Has James violated the rules of golf?