Throughout the sports world four raised fingers is the universal sign that players, coaches and fans give for the ever-important fourth quarter, the time when games are believed to be won or lost.
If numbers amount to success, Bradwell Institute may be on its way to diamond greatness.
GUYTON - Statesboro dug out of an early hole and hung on late to earn a win over Liberty County on Thursday afternoon in the second round of the Region 2-AAAA tournament.
The Long County High School baseball team closed out last season on a winning note, winning seven of its last nine games to finish 14-12 overall and just miss a spot in the state playoffs.
Bradwell soccer coaches Lindsay Guyett and Tommy Oglesby started voluntary conditioning in November. They say they're starting to see the hard work pay off.
The Lady Tigers already are wearing their new No. 1 ranking pretty well.
Teams that have a strong tradition are even tougher in the postseason. Bradwell Institute ran headlong into both tradition and experience Tuesday night and the result was a 53-36 loss to No. 2 seed Savannah.
Liberty County High School advanced to the quarter finals of the Region 2-AAAA playoffs and was scheduled to play Statesboro on Thursday after defeating South Effingham on Tuesday night in Guyton, 72-39.
With the rain gone and warmer temperatures arriving, it seemed as if spring had finally sprung Wednesday when Bradwell Institute and Liberty County squared off in a baseball scrimmage.
Long County High School honored senior basketball players during the final home game of the 2011 season in Ludowici.
Bradwell Institute locked up the No. 7 seed in the Region 3-AAAAA postseason basketball tournament by routing Islands High, 65-30, on Monday in a play-in game in Savannah.
Bradwell Institute will look to stay perfect tonight when the Lady Tigers (25-0) take on Johnson in the Region 3-AAAAA tourney.
The season is over for the Long County High School girls' basketball team after the Lady Tide fell, 60-35, to Pierce County in the first round of the Region 2-AA tournament Monday in Nahunta.
Ludowici's Faith Baptist Christian Academy boys' basketball team took its eighth consecutive state title in Class AA of the Georgia Christian Athletic Association after beating Kings Way Christian, 105-61, on Friday and downing Killian Hill, 98-68, on Saturday.
The groundhog didn't see his shadow on Groundhog Day, meaning two things: Spring is right around the corner and so is baseball.