The Long County High School baseball team begins its journey to make up ground in Region 2-AA when the Blue Tide play Brantley County on Friday in Nahunta. The Tide (4-8 overall, 1-5 in the region) need a second-half surge to position themselves for a possible postseason berth, but it won't be easy in a region where two of the teams currently are ranked in the GACA Top 10 in Class A. The good news is Long County played both teams in close games earlier this year. But first, Long County plays host to Groves in a non-region contest ...
The Bradwell Institute Tigers staged an upset at home Tuesday night defeating top seeded Jenkins High 12-2 in six innings.
The Liberty County Panthers improved their error-filled recent play Tuesday night, but anemic bats and shallow rotation let the Ware County Gators spank them 10-2.
The Blue Tide's Luke Golden threw a no-hitter Friday night and Long County High School blanked McIntosh County Academy, 10-0, in six innings.
The Yellow Jackets showed why they currently are unbeaten and ranked No. 2 in the Georgia Athletic Coaches Association poll by downing Liberty County High School, 14-4, in six innings on the Panthers' diamond Friday night.
The Tigers rode down to Kingsland on Friday carrying an undefeated Region 3-AAAAA record Friday, but the Camden County Wildcats were not about to let Bradwell Institute go home unscathed.
A little luck of the Irish rubbed off on Liberty County High School's track teams Thursday as the boys and girls placed first at their third home meet.
The Liberty County High School Lady Panthers soccer team pulled out a 2-1 win over Brunswick High in an away game Friday night.
Bradwell Institute took quick advantage of a change in venue Tuesday, beating visiting Beach, 16-1, in four innings in a game originally scheduled to be played in Savannah.
A grand slam in the bottom of the sixth inning led Brunwick High to a 9-3 victory against Liberty County High School on Tuesday in Brunswick.
It's understandable if the Long County High School baseball team is experiencing a sense of deja vu this week.
Liberty County YMCA Heat swimmer Sandra Scott represented Hinesville at the Short Course Yards Southeastern Age Group Sectional Championships on March 10-13 in Nashville, Tenn.
The Bradwell Institute boys' soccer team beat Johnson, 5-2, on Tuesday in Savannah. The Tigers are 2-4-1 overall and 2-2 in Region 3-AAAAA.
If the NFL's precarious labor situation worries New England Patriots linebacker Gary Guyton, he didn't show it Saturday.
Neighboring county rivals took the field Monday at the Tigers' diamond, where Bradwell Institute beat Long County, 11-3.
The Long County 10-and-under all-star baseball team won the Georgia Recreation Parks Association Class C state championship on Friday in Blakely, sweeping the tourney field and outscoring their opponents, 55-6.
Although a preseason game primarily helps the coaching staff determine where their team is at, it's still a game coaches want to win.
The foothills of the Appalachians proved to be the perfect setting for Gravel Hill Farms and Dixie Stables at the third annual Northeast Georgia Charity Horse Show, as both stables claimed class championships.
The final Georgia Southern Eagle football camp, "Bash in the 'Boro," is set for Friday, July 18, at Allen E. Paulson Stadium in Statesboro.
Former Bradwell Institute football player Ulrick John was honored by Mayor Jim Thomas on Thursday for being the first Hinesville native to be drafted by a National Football League team.
Everyone was sporting new camp shirts Thursday morning as Atlanta Calcio Academy wrapped up its four-day elite soccer training at James Brown Park.
The Long County High School football team's summer conditioning program is winding down. The Blue Tide began their program in June and have been practicing three days a week ever since, with the exception of taking off last week. They will wrap up their conditioning July 17, and their football camp will run July 21-25. School practice begins July 28.
The Bradwell Institute Tigers resumed team practices this week after taking one week off as required by the Georgia High School Association. The players trained with their helmets on, allowing them to become acclimated to the heat.
Georgia Southern basketball player Eric Ferguson has been suspended indefinitely from the team following a June 26 arrest.
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