During its trip to the AAU Easter Classic in Orlando, the sixth-grade Coastal Crew Rebels basketball team attended an Orlando Magic game last Saturday. Before the game, the team hit the hardwood court for a photo.
MLK Golf Tournament set
First Presbyterian Christian Academy's soccer teams notched wins, and Bradwell Institute split its last two outings last week.
Armstrong Atlantic State University outfielder Nathan Ward has been named the Peach Belt Conference's baseball Freshman of the Week for the second time this season, league officials announced Tuesday.
After beating Windsor Forest, 18-3, in a road game Friday, the Bradwell Tigers were unable to pull a second road win Saturday, falling at Effingham County, 7-1.
Long County High School's baseball team picked up another victory Saturday by defeating Toombs County, 9-7, in Ludowici to extend its win streak to four.
A kickball tournament was held Saturday in Ludowici to help raise money to send seven Long County youth on a mission trip to the Dominican Republic.
Despite leaving five players behind, Scott's All*Stars went 2-2 in its first tournament March 22-24 in Charlotte, N.C.
Mike Reed Chevrolet is partnering with the Liberty County Recreation Department in Hinesville.
The Citizens of Georgia Power held its third annual "Pitch a Cure" softball tournament March 23 to raise funds for the American Cancer Society. The co-ed, double elimination tournament at James Brown Park started at 8:30 a.m. and ended at 10:30 p.m. The weather fluctuated between sunshine, rain, thunder, lightning, wind and cold temperatures, but the tournament ended successfully.
Bradwell vs. Windsor Forest
The Long County High School baseball team Wednesday picked up its eighth victory of the year, defeating New Hampstead High School in Savannah. The Blue Tide grounded the Phoenix team in a one-sided thumping, 15-0, to improve their overall record to 8-5; their 2-AA Region mark remains at 3-3.
Three local girls competed March 10-13 in the International Taekwondo Championship in San German, Puerto Rico. The tournament, hosted by Master Bill Zafiropoulos, featured teams from 12 countries.
News that Georgia Southern is heading to the Sun Belt Conference started popping up on the Internet on Monday afternoon and became official with Wednesday's news conference in Statesboro. I wish I could say I thought it was a good idea.