The Liberty County Panthers boys' and girls' track teams finished in fourth place at the Region 2-AAAA track meet April 22 at Statesboro High School.
Bradwell's Garrett McCorckle slams the ball down the third-base line during a game against Windsor Forest earlier this season. The Tigers play at Groves today at 4:30. host McIntosh County Academy at 5 p.m. tomorrow and will close out the season with a Region 3-AAAAA game against Benedictine at 4:30 p.m. Friday for senior day. If the Tigers hold on to second place in the region, they will host a first-round state playoff game May 6.
The fifth annual Liberty County Chamber of Commerce Golf Classic presented by Spine & Sport teed off Friday at Cherokee Rose Country Club with 24 teams in attendance.
The Long County Chamber of Commerce will hold a golf tournament Saturday at the Cherokee Rose Golf Course in Hinesville. Registration for the event will begin at noon, and the first tee-off is at 1:30 p.m.
The Tigers are still in the thick of it. Bradwell Institute took another Region 3-AAAA victory on Friday by coasting to a 10-0 win over Johnson in three innings in Savannah. The win improved BI to 16-7 overall and 14-2 in 3-AAAAA. The Tigers remain in second place in the region as they prep for their last two region games. Bradwell plays Tuesday at Groves and hosts Benedictine on Friday on senior day. Benedictine (10-12, ...
The Long County High School baseball team lost another tough game Thursday, falling 3-1 to Brantley County High School in Nahunta.
Two Long County High School track and field athletes will be competing at state after each placed well at the Region 2-AA meet.
Scott's All-Stars AAU league basketball team suffered a few losses but learned a valuable lesson about education during their second tournament, held April 16-17 at Jenkins High School in Savannah. The All-Stars were the tournament hosts and competed against seven AAU teams from Savannah, Brunswick and Hinesville.
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The Bradwell Institute baseball team grabbed a slight edge over Jenkins for second place in Region 3-AAAAA after beating the Warriors, 9-4, on Tuesday in Savannah.
After helping First Presbyterian Christian Academy to a Georgia Independent Schools Association basketball state title last season and leading the team to a 29-6 record this year, Highlander DJ Felder is taking his skills to the next level after signing a scholarship to play for St. John's River State College in Florida.
The Long County High School baseball team defeated Bradwell Insitute, 15-11, on Wednesday in Ludowici.
Liberty County High School's baseball season ended in Brooklet on Wednesday with a 13-3 loss to Southeast Bulloch.
After losing two games, the Liberty Panthers bounced back to shut out McIntosh Academy, 10-0, on Monday at home in a makeup game that previously was rained out.
The 16U South Georgia Kings are on a hot streak. The Kings are 15-3 overall and took first in the second annual Kings Invitational Tournament held April 8-10 at the St. James Sports Center and Faith Baptist Christian Academy. Eight teams from the surrounding area and two teams from Aiken, S.C., participated in the invitational. It was the second time in a row the Kings took the first-place trophy. This past ...
The Long County High School girls' basketball team fell, 66-25, to Tattnall County in a nonregion contest Friday in Ludowici.
According to utsports.com, former Liberty County High School standout and current Tennessee star Jordan McRae was placed on the 50-man watch list for the 2013-14 Naismith Trophy. McRae made the list along with Volunteer teammate Jarnell Stokes. The list was unveiled Thursday by the Atlanta Tipoff Club.
The misidentification of a large bird flying over Georgia Southern University's Paulson Stadium 23 years ago led to a 17-acre education center that serves as home for the Eagles' mascot, the American bald eagle, as well as other birds of prey, also called raptors.
Bradwell Institute will open its regular basketball season tonight by hosting crosstown rival Liberty County High School.
Six members of the Long County High School softball team recently were named to the Region 2-AA All-Region team.
Fortunately for the Long County High School basketball teams, they have home-court advantage this weekend when they battle two of their toughest nonregion opponents.
Former Bradwell football player Marsalis Jackson was one of 10 LaGrange Panthers named to the USA South All-Conference football team, as announced by the conference Wednesday and reported on lagrangepanthers.com.
Top-seeded Georgia Southern will face eighth-seeded Elon in the first round of the Southern Conference volleyball tournament at 12:30 p.m. today in Greenville, S.C., according to gseagles.com.
Antonio Glover got his first start in college last Saturday against Elon, and by all accounts the Georgia Southern sophomore acquitted himself well.
Former Liberty County High School football players and brothers Trier, Aaron and Jovan Bennett are helping the Tuskegee University Golden Tigers make history this weekend.
Liberty High School's football team, known for putting up triple digits in rushing per game, was held to 73 total yards on the ground in its 27-7 loss last Friday at Westover High School in Albany.
Liberty County High School's girls' and boys' basketball teams continued their winning ways Saturday at the Southside Classic Tournament in Savannah.
The Long County High School girls' basketball team fell to New Hampstead High School, 53-21, on Saturday in Ludowici.
The Long County High School boys' basketball team on Saturday lost its season opener to New Hampstead, 66-54, in Ludowici.
The Scott's All*Stars youth-basketball team recently partnered with Sons of Sophistication to bag groceries at Second Harvest for the elderly as their monthly community service. The All*Stars also recently participated in a teen-issues program at Jenkins High School in Savannah. During the program, participants discussed the cost of teen pregnancy, bullying, playing the cards you are dealt and other topics.