First Presbyterian Christian Academy senior track standout Asyria Daniels finished second in both the long and triple jump at the Georgia Independent School Association Region 2-AA state track meet last weekend in Albany.
Several Tiger track athletes have qualified for the state meet after placing at sectionals last weekend in Loganville.
Six Lady Panthers and 11 Panther boys qualified for their state track meets after finishing among the top eight of their respective fields at sectionals last weekend.
The Long County High School girls track team will be represented at the Class 2-AA state track-and-field meet, which runs Thursday through Saturday at Hugh Mills Stadium in Albany.
The Hinesville Hurricanes beat the Jacksonville Blackhawks, 20-7, Saturday at Long Bell Stadium in the first round of the Elite Football League playoffs.
Former Richmond Hill High School standout Nathan Ward, who played his early baseball in Liberty County, is 2-1 for Armstrong Atlantic State University so far this season.
Bradwell Institute basketball player Reasha Stokes signed a letter of intent Friday to play hoops at East Georgia State College.
Bradwell institute scored two runs in the seventh inning, but it wasn't enough to beat Camden County in a non-regional game Tuesday afternoon. The Wildcats won, 6-4.
It was déjà-vu for the First Presbyterian Christian Academy baseball team. Their home game Thursday against Memorial Day was exactly like their away game on March 27. Both times they lost to the Matadors, 6-5, falling short despite late-game comebacks.
Liberty County High School went 0-3 in their final baseball games of the season.
Long County went into the game against Metter High School Thursday knowing the Blue Tide were out of playoff contention.
Tybee Island to host 10th annual Turtle Trot Run/Walk fundraiser April 26
Seven Ministries of Liberty County has set its Jackie Gilliard-Henderson Memorial Scholarship Walk-a-Thon for May 17.
Three years ago, retiring Army physical therapist Sandra Elliott wrote a letter from Germany to Richmond Hill Mayor Harold Fowler to let him know her family intended to play an active role upon their arrival in the city.
First Presbyterian Christian Academy's soccer teams earned shutout-wins in their respective soccer games Tuesday and Wednesday.