The Bradwell Institute boys soccer team fell to 2-5 in Region 3-AAAAA after losing 4-0 to Benedictine in Savannah on Friday.
Scott's All-Stars launched their 2011-2012 AAU season with a tournament held at the Liberty County YMCA on March 12.
Bradwell Institute handed Region 3-AAAAA leader Jenkins its first region loss with a 12-2 win in six innings Tuesday night in Hinesville.
Liberty County High School pitchers gave up seven walks against Ware County to help the visiting Gators to a 10-2 win Tuesday night.
Bradwell's track team finished in second place at the eighth annual Derrick Plankenhorn Invitational meet March 19 at Georgia Southern. The boys tallied a total of 99.5 points and the girls totaled 115. Here are the Tigers' results:
Liberty County High School's soccer teams hosted Ware County in a Region 2A-AAAA battle Tuesday night, but the Gators prevailed in both games. They beat the Lady Panthers, 4-1, and the boys, 1-0.
Long County High School edged Groves, 5-4, on Thursday in a non-region baseball game in Ludowici.
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Swinging the bats to raise funds for cancer research prompted Georgia Power employees to host the first of what they hope will be an annual event benefiting the American Cancer Society's Relay for Life campaign.
Liberty County High School student-athlete Charlee Coursey signed a letter of intent Monday to play softball at East Georgia College.
Liberty County High School's baseball team has hit a bit of a slump.
Charlton County slipped by Bradwell Institute, 7-6, Saturday afternoon at the Tigers' diamond. It was the Indians' second win this season against the Tigers.
The Long County High School baseball team begins its journey to make up ground in Region 2-AA when the Blue Tide play Brantley County on Friday in Nahunta. The Tide (4-8 overall, 1-5 in the region) need a second-half surge to position themselves for a possible postseason berth, but it won't be easy in a region where two of the teams currently are ranked in the GACA Top 10 in Class A. The good news is Long County played both teams in close games earlier this year. But first, Long County plays host to Groves in a non-region contest ...
The Bradwell Institute Tigers staged an upset at home Tuesday night defeating top seeded Jenkins High 12-2 in six innings.
The Liberty County Panthers improved their error-filled recent play Tuesday night, but anemic bats and shallow rotation let the Ware County Gators spank them 10-2.
Fun-shoot fundraiser set
Bradwell Institute's softball team rolled to a 17-4 win in four innings over the Statesboro High Blue Devils on Monday in Hinesville.
The Long County High School softball team kept rolling last week, winning their fifth game in a row by defeating Region 2-AA foe St. Vincent's Academy, 12-4, Friday in Ludowici.
Three seventh-grade Coastal Crew Rebels basketball players attended the Atlanta Regional Phenom camp Aug. 31-Sept. 2. And one young Rebel player earned an invitation to participate in the National Phenom Camp.
First Presbyterian Christian Academy's junior-varsity and varsity cross-country teams competed at the David Emmanuel Academy meet Tuesday and placed well in their respective divisions.
Former Bradwell Tiger football player Marsalis Jackson had a good first game as a wide receiver for LaGrange College in the team's opener last weekend.
Q: Arnold and Clair are playing in a local tournament. On the first green, Arnold marks his ball by placing his marker approximately 2 inches behind his ball. Clair says that she was told that this is not permissible. Arnold says that it makes no difference, since he does this all the time and he always replaces his ball where it was before it was marked. He adds that he does this to avoid moving his ball accidentally. Is Clair correct?
It was the best birthday gift a coach could wish for. First-year Bradwell Institute football coach Adam Carter became a little emotional after Tigers earned him a 34-28 win over Savannah High on Olvey Field Friday.
Liberty County High School is off to a 2-0 start to their football season after taking a 19-16 win over Appling County Friday night at Donell Woods Stadium.
Friday, Long County became painfully aware of why Benedictine Military School is ranked as the 10th best 2-AA team in the state, according to MaxPreps.
First Presbyterian Christian Academy again proved playing with heart is needed on the field. The 12 players who make up the iron-man team fought hard and challenged St. Andrews Friday in Savannah.
The local volleyball teams are nearing the mid-season point.
It was the best birthday gift a coach could wish for. First year Bradwell Institute football coach Adam Carter became a little emotional after his Tiger team earned him a 34-28 win over Savannah High on Olvey Field. With his mother in the audience, visiting from Dallas, Ga., the new head coach thanked his team and told them better things are yet to come.
Liberty County High School will have the opportunity to start the season 2-0 tonight when the Panthers host Appling County at 7:30.