Last year, Coastal Crew Rebels coach Ernie Walthour took his 15U squad to the national tournament, where his boys won five games playing at the Division II level against older-division teams.
Bradwell played near-perfect baseball Tuesday to beat Islands High, 15-0, at home in four innings for its first Region 3-AAAAA win of the season.
The Long County High School baseball team found out Tuesday why Pierce County is ranked No. 3 in the GAPrepCountry/GACA Coaches poll.
Richmond Hill's golf teams claimed individual and team low-score honors in each division of a meet with Liberty County and Bradwell Institute on Tuesday at Cherokee Rose Country Club.
Bradwell's Lady Tigers' soccer team improved to 2-0 in Region 3-AAAAA after defeating Windsor Forest, 5-1, Tuesday in Savannah.
Three Bradwell basketball players have been named to the All-Region and All-Tournament teams. According to ga.prepcountry.com, sophomore Shaquoia Crockett made the All-Region 3-AAAAA first team.
It was the Liberty Panthers third matchup against Benedictine Cadets and the Cadets are now 3-0 against the diamond Panthers, winning 10-0 in five innings Monday night at home.
The Blue Tide baseball team picked up another win Thursday, but also fell in a Region 2-AA game Friday to put their season record at 3-3.
Saturday's weather had tornado watches and warnings all over Southeast Georgia, but in Millen, it was a bigger storm that laid a path of destruction on the gridiron.
Richmond Hill High School's varsity baseball team will host its annual "Military Appreciation Night" Friday at Wildcat Field. The 6 p.m. game against the Liberty County Panthers will be dedicated to former Liberty pitcher Joe Watkins, who died in an automobile accident in November.
Question: Martha and Janet have completed their round of golf. While enjoying lunch, Martha asks Janet, is there a penalty for hitting the flagstick with your ball when you are putting from off the putting green?
The Bradwell soccer teams grabbed their first Region 3-AAAAA wins against Jenkins High School Friday night at Freedom Field in Savannah.
Ludowici's Faith Baptist Christian Academy boys' basketball team finished third in the 2012 National Association of Christian Athletes Elite program tournament in Dayton, Tenn.
Dixie Stables and owner Lynn Pace recently received two awards at the joint annual meeting and banquet of the American Saddlebred Horse Association of Georgia and the United Professional Horseman Association Georgia Chapter in Macon.
Liberty County High School's track team took another first place finish in its second home meet of the season on Thursday.
It's been nearly three months since the Coastal Crew Rebels lost their beloved coach and mentor Ernie Walthour, who was killed July 1 during an apparent armed robbery. While his murder remains unsolved, many Rebels coaches are striving to keep his memory alive by picking up his planning duties.
The Long County High School softball team won at Claxton, 11-3, on Saturday in a make-up game that had been delayed due to the weather.
The Long County High School football team had another tough Friday, having to take on Vidalia on the road.
Despite a heat index of near 100 degrees in the shade, Bluff Creek Stables of Colonels Island in Midway and Dixie Stables of Allenhurst trotted into the fall horse-show season by placing in 24 of 33 classes at the annual Fall Fest on Sept. 7 at Pine Haven Stables in Brunswick.
Tryouts for the Severe Impact girls' traveling fast-pitch softball team will be from noon-3 p.m. Sunday at the Bradwell Institute field, 100 Pafford St. in Hinesville.
Long County Recreation Department Director Michelle Rogers recently was selected as an inaugural member of the Dacula Athletics Hall of Fame.
Region 3A-AAAAA's first-place Lady Wildcats proved their worth again Thursday afternoon when the Richmond Hill team earned a quick shutout over Bradwell Institute on the Lady Tigers' field. The 10-3 Wildcats are sporting a 5-1 region mark after beating BI, 17-0, in three innings.
Last week was a tough one for the Long County High School softball and football teams.
The Curtis Baptist Crusaders marched into Hinesville's Long Bell Stadium on Friday and claimed it as their own territory, posting a 58-8 win over First Presbyterian Christian Academy.
Charlton County used its passing game to effectively pull away from the Bradwell Tigers in Friday's game at Olvey Field. Indian quarterback Trae Harrington had ample time in the pocket to pick his receivers, gaining 317 passing yards in the Indians' 38-25 win over Bradwell.
Liberty County High School stands at 3-0 for the first time since 2009, when the Panthers made it to the second round of the AAA playoffs. The boys beat Sol. C Johnson High School, 40-20, on Thursday at Donell Woods Stadium.
Penalties and turnovers only helped the visiting Charlton County Indians as they defeated Bradwell Institute 38-25 at Ovley Field Friday night. Indian quarterback Trae Harrington tossed for 317 passing yards and the Indians earned five first downs due to Tiger penalties.
Johnson High School made a last minute effort in Thursday's football game at Liberty County High School. But the Panther defense stayed strong giving the Liberty team their third win in a row, pounding the Atom Smashers 40-20.
First Presbyterian Christian Academy will have its first home game of their season when it plays Curtis Baptist at 7:30 tonight at Long Bell Stadium.
The Bradwell Institute Tigers will host Charlton County at 7:30 tonight on Olvey Field, looking for a 2-1 start for the season.