No. 3 seed Liberty pulled off a 43-point victory against Greenbriar, 77-34, Monday afternoon in the opening round of the Region 2-AAAA girls basketball tournament at Richmond Hill High School.
Faith Baptist Christian Academy's JJ Frazier gave a verbal commitment to the University of Georgia's basketball team on Friday, making him the first class of 2013 player to commit to Bulldogs coach Mark Fox.
Liberty County High School's first-year baseball coach Joel Moody can recall wearing a Bradwell uniform, playing for Tiger baseball 35 years ago. He said his father Jerrell Moody helped build the dugouts on Tiger field.
First Presbyterian Christian Academy defeated Frederica Academy, 62-57, in overtime on Thursday. On Friday, FPCA beat Curtis Baptist, 59-52, to win the Georgia Independent School Association Region 2-AA title. The Highlanders, 13-10 overall and 8-2 in conference play, now will make a bid for a fourth state title. Read more in an upcoming edition of the Coastal Courier.
Bradwell Institute track runner Anthony Holsendolph signed a letter of intent Thursday to run track at the University of South Carolina-Upstate.
Bradwell's Miguel Pineda rushed past the Benedictine defense Friday night and banked in a layup with 1.4 seconds left to give the Tigers a 63-61win.
Liberty County High School first-year baseball coach Joel Moody said he is looking forward to Monday's baseball scrimmage at Bradwell Institute.
Long County High School's basketball teams played the final games of the regular season Friday in Darien, where the boys finished up with a win and the Lady Tide lost. The boys' squad defeated McIntosh County Academy, 63-58, in overtime. The girls lost, 45-28, to the Lady Buccaneers.
High school soccer got a quick kick-start in a scrimmage between Liberty County High School and Bradwell Institute on Tuesday afternoon at Lewis Frasier Middle School's Freedom Field.
The Long County boys' basketball team continued its winning ways Tuesday by defeating Tattnall County, 75-60, in Ludowici. The Lady Tide struggled against Tattnall and lost, 49-23.
Liberty County High School wrapped up its regular season on Tuesday by sweeping Glynn Academy.
The Midway Middle School boys' basketball team finished its season with a 9-0 record. Highlights included winning the Turkey Shoot Championship in Jesup and being the current Liberty County middle school champions. Team members are, in uniform from left: Richard LeCounte, Tyreon Freeman, Tracey White, Martial Washington, Jacari' Roberts, Savon Cutler, Rayquan Heard, Lawrence Smith, Samuel Roberts, Phillip Neal, Christian White, Tyric Reece and Jaalon Frazier. The team was coached by Carol Broadnax, Eddie White and Warren Hines. Team managers are Kadadren Stevens and Antonio Golden.
The First Presbyterian Christian Academy boys' basketball team beat Frederica Academy, 53-49, on Friday at the St. James Sports Center, which put the Highlanders in a three-way tie for first place in the Georgia Independent School Association's Region 2-AA.
The Bradwell Institute boys' basketball team won a 74-66 back-and-forth battle with Long County on Saturday in Ludowici.
The Bradwell Institute baseball team has begun conditioning, and the Tigers are looking to maintain the standard set by last year's team.
Long County lost to McIntosh County Academy, 45-24, Friday in Darien.
Scott's All*Stars went 2-1 Oct. 26 to finish second for the CASA Fall League in Augusta.
Tennessee guard and Midway native Jordan McRae is a candidate for the 2013-14 Senior CLASS Award in collegiate basketball, according to UTsports.com.
Long County High School Athletic Director Karen Swindell and Principal Scotty Hattaway recently accepted the 2013 Georgia High School Association Cooperative Spirit Sportsmanship Award.
When Aaron Murray decided to come back to Georgia as a fifth-year senior he gave Mark Richt sustained senior leadership.
Liberty will host a strong South Effingham team tonight for its final home game and a chance to play into the AAAA state playoffs.
The Long County High School football team tonight faces an old nemesis as the Blue Tide takes on McIntosh County in Darien.
Bradwell Institute first-year head cross-country coach Sean Redmond said his team is ready for the Region 3-AAAAA meet Friday in Richmond Hill - with an eye toward next week's state meet.
Led by a combined seven touchdowns from Vanda Vereen Jr. and Brendon Scott, the Long County High School football team on Friday decisively beat Jeff Davis High School, 47-14, in Ludowici.
Wayne County's strong offensive drives in the first half Friday led to a 21-12 win over Liberty County in Jesup to put a crimp in the Panthers' postseason hopes.
According to race organizer Patrick Boyle, the fourth annual Sunbury 5K race, held Oct. 5, was the most successful to date in terms of fundraising efforts.
Bradwell Institue lost a Region 3-AAAAA contest falling to Richmond Hill 28-14 during the Tigers' senior night game at Olvey Field. Tiger Hubert Anderson scored both touchdowns on runs of 5 and 2 yards. Robert Miller was 2-for-2 on the extra point kicks.
Roughly 19 seniors will be honored tonight as the Bradwell Tigers host the Richmond Hill Wildcats for senior night game on Olvey Field.
Liberty County High School has another tough battle tonight as the 6-1 Panthers take on the 6-1 Wayne County Yellow Jackets in Jesup.
Long County High School takes on Jeff Davis High School tonight in a 2-AA Region matchup.