Annual dice run set for Saturday
Liberty County High School football player Taishon Walls signed a letter of intent to play football at Tuskegee University. The Panther defensive tackle signed today which is 2013 National Signing Day across the nation. He was flanked by his family and friends during the brief ceremony which took place at the school's media center. Read the complete story in the next edition of the Coastal Courier.
It was a big game Saturday for the First Presbyterian Christian Academy Highlander boys' basketball team as it traveled to St. Simons Island. The Highlanders beat rival Frederica Academy earlier this season, but it was at their home court at the St. James Sports Center. This time, they would have to beat the Knights in a hostile environment.
Two First Presbyterian Christian Academy swim teams placed in the top 11 of their divisions Saturday at the Georgia independent School Association state meet at the Georgia Tech Aquatic Center in Atlanta.
Several local football players got the opportunity to play the game one last time at the high-school level at the annual War of the Border on Saturday in Folkston.
The Long County High School senior basketball players and cheerleaders were honored during Senior Night last Friday during their game against Metter at LCHS.
The first time the First Presbyterian Christian Academy boys' basketball team played at Brentwood this season, the Highlanders fell, 69-67, in Sandersville.
Bradwell Institute swept the Richmond Hill Wildcats on Friday night on its home court.
Long County's Josh Berry led the way with 24 points as the Blue Tide defeated Metter, 62-54, Friday in Ludowici.
The Long County High School girls' basketball team was outscored 16-8 in the fourth quarter Friday to lose to Metter, 38-31, in Ludowici.
The National Junior College Athletic Association named former First Presbyterian Christian Academy basketball player Jordan Johnson the men's basketball player of the week for Jan. 21-27.
Tryout for GSU