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.
Georgia Southern coach Jeff Monken had about 24 hours to enjoy the Eagles' 26-20 win over the Florida Gators.
BRUNSWICK - The Georgia Department of Natural Resources sought to enhance offshore fishing opportunities with the recent deployment of materials at Artificial Reef KC, 9 nautical miles east of Wassaw Island.
SOCIAL CIRCLE - More than 300,000 hunters pursue the white-tailed deer in Georgia. As a reminder to hunters, there were regulation changes in the number of available days to take deer of either sex, depending on the type of equipment used and the area of the hunt, beginning today.
SOCIAL CIRCLE - This holiday season, the Georgia Wildlife Resources Division is offering holiday gifts including lifetime licenses and recreational passes.
The Altamaha Riverkeeper last week gave notice to Rayonier Inc. of its intent to file suit against the company for violations of the Federal Clean Water Act and the Georgia Water Quality Control Act. The violations relate to ongoing effluent discharges into the Altamaha River from the Rayonier Performance Fibers plant in Jesup.
For the first time in his University of Tennessee career, Midway native Jordan McRae has been named the Southeastern Conference men's basketball player of the week, according to utsports.com.
Liberty County linebacker Raekwon McMillan is one of five high-school finalists for the 29th annual Butkus Award, which honors the nation's top football linebackers, according to a news release issued by the Butkus Foundation and the National College Football Awards Association.
Five new members will be inducted to the Liberty County Athletic Hall of Fame during its annual banquet at 7 p.m. Dec. 12 at the Dorchester Village Civic Center. Tickets are $20 per person and can be purchased at the Liberty County Recreation Department. Tickets must be purchased in advance and will not be sold the night of the event.
Both Bradwell basketball teams had an early reason to give thanks when they beat McIntosh County Academy in overtime Tuesday for their first wins of the season.
Liberty County High School's basketball teams each had a split in home games against Jenkins and Richmond Hill.
The Long County boys' basketball team picked up its first win of the season last Friday by downing archrival Wayne County, 54-47, in Ludowici.
Pee-Wee league playoffs
Senior league playoffs
As the basketball season starts up, there are several local high-school graduates to keep an eye on at the collegiate level.
Former Liberty County High School football player Shadrach Thornton had to sit out the first game of the season for the North Carolina State Wolfpack due to off-the-field legal trouble. Since then, however, Thornton has picked up where he left off last season and currently leads the Wolfpack team in rushing yards with 606 yards on 127 carries.