Five track-and-field athletes will represent First Presbyterian Christian Academy at the Georgia Independent School Association state meet, which runs through Saturday in Albany.
Former Bradwell Institute softball player Barbara Rego will lead the Georgia Perimeter College squad to St. George, Utah, to participate in the upcoming National Junior Collegiate Athletic Association Division I softball tournament.
Saturday's Long County recreation department baseball and softball clinic in Ludowici got off and running - literally.
The team of Jordan Roberson, Ben Floyd, Kris Brinker and John Floyd claimed first place at the Liberty County Chamber of Commerce's seventh annual Chamber Golf Classic on April 26 at Cherokee Rose Country Club.
FPCA Highlanders lost, 7-6, to Trinity Christian School Wednesday, closing the door on a chance to get into regional playoffs.
One day after the First Presbyterian Christian Academy girls' soccer team clinched a spot in the Georgia Independent School Association's state final four, the Highlander boys followed suit with a 7-1 win over Valwood Christian on Saturday in Valdosta.
Athletes from Liberty County High School and Bradwell Institute competed in this past weekend's track and field sectional qualifiers in Statesboro, with several earning trips to the state Olympics.
Six graduating players on the Long County High School baseball team were recognized last week during Senior Night.
Liberty County's new girls' basketball team, the Low Country Storm, recently went 2-2 in its first tournament.
Scott's All*Stars seventh-grade basketball team last week went 2-0 to win a tournament it hosted at the Liberty County YMCA.
College/high-school summer-league tryouts will be from 5:30-8 p.m. May 7 at Faith Baptist Christian Academy.
The fifth annual Run Across Georgia - Run for the Heroes, will take place May 22-26 and kick off on Fort Stewart's Warriors Walk.
5-on-5 basketball tournament set
Losing three of their last four games of the 2012-13 season didn't make for a joy-filled offseason for Liberty County Panthers head boys basketball coach Willie Graham.
Thirteen seniors on the Long County football team were recognized during senior night Nov. 7 prior to the team's final game in Ludowici.
The Long County High School girls' basketball team kicks off its regular season Saturday in Ludowici and will do so with new faces all over the roster.
The Los Angeles Athletic Club named former Liberty County basketball player and current Tennessee star Jordan McRae on its preseason top-50 list, according to utsports.com.
The end of high-school football's regular season came last week, and while Liberty County will see some action in the playoffs, all three local prep teams did well statistically - with some even climbing the state rankings.
Long County seniors who participate in cross-country, band and cheerleading and were recognized last Thursday prior to the football team's final game.
Eleven Liberty County Recreation Department Sports Taekwondo athletes earned medals in 12 divisions at the 2013 LCRD Sports Taekwondo Championships last weekend at the Shuman Center in Hinesville.
In Sunday's Coastal Courier it was reported the Bradwell Tigers beat the Knights, 38-13. The Tigers played the Groves Rebels. The Courier regrets the error.
Basketball coach Simon Steele is hosting a basketball camp from 9 a.m-3 p.m. Saturday at the Liberty County YMCA, 201 Mary Lou Drive in Hinesville.
Georgia Southern forced overtime after trailing Miami by double digits in the second half Monday, but eventually fell, 81-80, in Coral Gables, Fla.
Senior, five-star recruit Raekwon McMillan put on his 2014 Under-Armour All-American football jersey during a ceremony at Liberty County High School Friday morning.
Friday morning, Raekwon McMillan was in the spotlight as he received his Under-Armour All-American jersey.
Bradwell Institute ended its first season with head coach Adam Carter with a 38-13 win over Groves High Friday night in Garden City.
For more than 42 minutes Thursday night, Long County held its own against Metter High School (7-3), even nearly taking the lead at one point, but with less than 6 minutes in regulation the Tigers scored twice to pull out a 14-0 win.
Four Liberty County High School Lady Panthers were selected when softball coaches representing Region 3-AAAA met in Statesboro Wednesday to pick the All-Region players.