For the second time in a row, the Liberty track teams earned a first and second place at their home track meet Thursday afternoon.
Though the Long County basketball team lost a heart-breaker 1-0 to the Tattnall County in Reidsville Thursday, coach Brian Thomas was pleased with his team's performance.
Liberty County High School diamond boys held off the Bradwell Tigers baseball team Friday on Panther field. The Panthers won 9-4 in a non-region contest.
Jiu jitsu training
The Long County 4-H archery team recently competed in the fourth annual state indoor archery match in Perry, with one of its competitors taking first place.
The official celebration for the 40th anniversary of Dixie Stables will be March 23 during its 35th annual spring horse show in Allenhurst.
There was a bit of a downpour last Saturday, but that didn't stop the Hinesville Hurricanes from giving local football fans a chance to enjoy some springtime action at Cottrell Field on Fort Stewart.
The rain stopped long enough Tuesday for the Bradwell Institute soccer teams to sweep Effingham County in region matchups at Effingham.
With a 72-68 win Feb. 19 against Gordon College in Barnesville, the East Georgia College men's basketball team earned the Georgia College Athletic Association Conference title and home-court advantage in the GCAA playoffs.
Coastal Crew Rebels
For those who hadn't noticed, it's been wet outside. That's played havoc with local high-school sports schedules. Here's a look at what's going on in both Liberty and Long counties.
First Presbyterian Christian Academy claimed another win in the state boys' basketball playoffs Saturday to earn a spot in the Georgia Independent Schools Association final four.
According to national recruiting analyst Chad Simmons, Liberty County High School football player Jeremy Caldwell-Fabergas was among the top wide receivers/tight ends at the 2013 MVP Camp, held last weekend in Valdosta.
Scott's All*Stars held its annual retreat Feb. 23-24 in Hinesville at coach Marcus Scott's house. Players did team-building activities, watched motivational movies, determined goals, learned to tie ties, attended MegaGenesis, practiced basketball and attended Pleasant Grove AME church. Chris' Curbside Grill and Dominos donated food for the retreat.