Scott's All*Stars completed their monthly community service Saturday, March 9. Players completed community service with Keep Liberty Beautiful in the citywide cleanup in Allenhurst. The All-Stars first tournament is March 22-24 in Charlotte, N.C. For more information, call 912-655-4371 or go to www.scottsallstars.com.
S. Ga. Queens need coaches for season
Liberty County High School hosted four local track teams Thursday afternoon for their third home meet, where the Lady Panthers earned 169 points for a first-place win after 15 events.
Not even a temporary power outage, which postponed Friday night's baseball game for 15 minutes, could help the Bradwell Tigers in their Region 3-AAAAA contest against Effingham County. The Tigers fell, 10-0, to the hard-hitting Rebels, who opened the game with a solo home run in the first inning.
Former Long County High School basketball and football player Ricardo Rivera is playing basketball at Voorhees College, where the men's team just won the 2012-13 Association of Independent Institutions Division I college basketball title.
First Presbyterian Christian Academy recently nabbed two more shutouts. The Lady Highlanders defeated Georgia Christian, 7-0, and the Highlanders downed Georgia Christian, 8-0, in soccer Thursday afternoon.
The Long County High School soccer program got back on the winning track Thursday when the boys' and girls' squads defeated teams from Wayne County.
Former FPCA Highlander Jordan Johnson had a career-high 35 points in East Georgia College's first-round playoff game against Central Georgia Tech, propelling the Bobcats to an 86-77 win last Tuesday.
Several Bradwell Institute basketball players were named to the Class AAAAA All-Region team this week. For the boys, Tiger Miguel Pineda was named to the All-Region first team. Malcolm Dingle was named to the Honorable Mention Team.
Members of the Hinesville Hurricanes recently traveled to Long County to participate in Smiley Elementary School's Read Across America program. The players read to several of the classes, including Drew Toney's class, and several players signed a football and presented it to the school's media center. See more pictures of the event at www.coastalcourier.com.
Stewart's annual bowling tourney set
University of Tennessee men's basketball coach Cuonzo Martin is campaigning on behalf of former Liberty County High School basketball player Jordan McRae to be named the Southeastern Conference player of the year.
First Presbyterian Christian Academy's soccer teams were able to get a little revenge for the basketball team on Memorial Day.
The Bradwell Tigers play their second Region 3-AAAAA game of the season at 7:30 tonight when they host Jenkins for their homecoming game on Olvey Field.
The Liberty County football team travels tonight to Augusta to face off against the Glenn Hills Spartans at 7:30.
After dropping four games in a row, the Long County High School football team will try to right its ship tonight in a Region 2-AA contest with Bacon County at 7:30 in Ludowici.
First Presbyterian Christian Academy rescheduled its bye-week and will play Frederica Academy at 7:30 tonight on St. Simons Island.
On Sept. 27, Long County Middle School held its homecoming game, taking on Midway Middle School in Ludowici.
Joseph Martin Elementary second-grader Eboni Underwood recently was in Atlanta to attend a Falcons game, where she got the opportunity to pose with the Falcons' mascot and a few of the team's cheerleaders.
Georgia Southern continues Southern Conference play Saturday by taking on Samford at 3 p.m. in Birmingham, Ala.
Alex Hanks struggled mightily last year as Georgia Southern's kicker, but his coach never lost faith in him.
Four Liberty County senior softball players were honored just before taking the field Monday to host South Effingham in the final home game of the regular season.
Despite putting up 14 second-half points and fighting until the final tick of the clock, the Long County High School football team fell to Bryan County, 54-21, on Friday in Pembroke.
The Long County High School softball team on Thursday will begin its quest for a Region 2-AA title and a trip to the state tournament.
Bradwell Institute's Fall Ball varsity baseball team competed in a two-day tournament last weekend in Savannah. The team placed second in the silver division after beating Team Chain Gold, 11-3. That advanced the team into the championship game, where the team lost to Calvary Day, 4-2.
Two local show barns shined at the 42nd annual Southeastern Charity Horse Show, held Sept. 18-21 at the Georgia International Horse Park in Conyers.
Donnie Baggs, son of Ludowici native Nathaniel Baggs, has been seeing plenty of playing time for the highly ranked Texas A&M football team.