Tuesday wasn't a good night for the Long County High School soccer teams with both the girls and boys teams falling Atkinson County.
BB training at YMCA
The third time wasn't a charm for Liberty against South Effingham.
History was made Tuesday in Long County when Blue Tide basketball star Jamaal Anderson signed to play for Middle Georgia State University in Cochran during a signing ceremony at the high school.
The Long County High School baseball team dropped a 4-0 Region 2-AA contest to Benedictine Military School on Tuesday in Savannah.
Frederica Academy topped First Presbyterian Christian Academy, 6-2, Tuesday afternoon in a Georgia Independent School Association Region 2-AA baseball game at the St. James Sports Center field.
Bradwell split a pair of road games in the first two contests of a busy week.
Former First Presbyterian Christian Academy basketball player Jordan Johnson was selected to the 2012-13 All-American basketball first team by the National Junior College Athletic Association.
First Presbyterian Christian Academy's soccer teams continued cruising toward the Georgia Independent School Association Class AA tournament with solid wins against Memorial Day on Monday in Savannah.
First Presbyterian Christian Academy fell to Terrell Academy, 7-4, in a non-region contest Thursday in Dawson.
The Bradwell Institute baseball team fell just short Monday in an 8-7 non-region loss to Brunswick at home.
As the old saying goes, "All good things must come to an end," and for the Long County High School baseball team, the phrase applies to its win streak.
Extras are wanted Saturday for filming of the Erk Russell movie.
The Scott's All*Stars youth-basketball team recently partnered with Sons of Sophistication to bag groceries at Second Harvest for the elderly as their monthly community service. The All*Stars also recently participated in a teen-issues program at Jenkins High School in Savannah. During the program, participants discussed the cost of teen pregnancy, bullying, playing the cards you are dealt and other topics.
The Liberty County High School basketball teams got a jump start on the regular season Friday and Saturday by competing in the Southside Classic Tournament at Windsor Forest High School.
Liberty County High School managed one defensive touchdown in the first quarter of play Friday before being denied any other scoring opportunity in a 27-7 loss in Albany to Westover High in the first round of the state playoffs.
Bradwell Tigers boys' basketball head coach Rhett Hellgren enters his second season at the helm of the Tigers, looking improve on last season's .500 record
Soldiers assigned to the Fort Stewart Warrior Transition Battalion will host a seated volleyball tournament at 8 a.m. Wednesday, Nov. 20, at Newman Fitness Center on Fort Stewart.
Richmond Hill High School could be put in the state's largest classification for high school sports next year based on enrollment numbers released recently by the Georgia Department of Education - but it won't stay in Class AAAAAA if local officials can help it.
Liberty County High School Panthers lost of Westover High Friday night, 27-7, in the first round of the Class AAA playoffs.
Liberty County High School's football team accomplished its first goal of the season - earning a spot in the Georgia High School Association Class AAAA state tournament.
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.