Long County High School fell 34-14 to Toombs County on Friday in Ludowici to finish 0-10 under first-year head coach Ron Flott.
Basketball season tips-off next week and perennial power Liberty County High School will have its first test in a scrimmage game Tuesday night against Bradwell Institute.
A lot has happened since the first basketballs bounced on the then-new surface at the St. James Sports Center 15 years ago.
Bradwell Institute hosted its annual Powder Puff game Friday, where the senior squad edged out a victory over the junior squad in the last six seconds of the game.
Liberty County High School (2-7) has one final opportunity to earn a win tonight at Effingham County (1-8) in a cross-region matchup in Springfield.
Tonight is the final night of football for Long County High School (0-9) in 2011. It's not only the Blue Tide's last chance to earn a win this season, but it may be their best opportunity because visiting Toombs County is 1-8. But coach Ron Flott said the Blue Tide aren't taking the Bulldogs lightly. "I expect another physical game against Toombs County. Like Tattnall, they're big and they come right at you, and that's ...
It's never enjoyable to see a community turn on a high school coach. It's not at all fun now, as calls grow for 17-year veteran Jim Walsh Jr.'s job, if not his actual head. His crime? Not winning enough at Bradwell Institute. Never mind that Walsh, who in 18 years at BI has a 114-93 record and 10 trips to the state playoffs, hasn't missed a tackle this season. Nor has he jumped offsides, dropped ...
Speed and experience will be allies for the Liberty County High School girls' basketball team this season, according to head coach Carolyn Kelly.
First Coast Tae Kwon Do took home 17 gold, 12 silver and six bronze medals for the overall lead in the 2011 Liberty Tae Kwon Do Championship on Saturday.
Liberty County's sixth annual tae kwon do tournament drew more than 100 participants, but a select few in attendance made the event extra special for organizer and coach Grand Master Rafael Medina.
The Long County High School football team lost its ninth game of the year Friday, falling 28-0 to Tattnall County High School in Reidsville.
New England Patriots linebacker Gary Guyton, a Hinesville native and former Bradwell Institute star, picked off a Ben Roethlisberger pass in Sunday's 25-17 loss against the Pittsburgh Steelers. Guyton stepped in front of a pass at the Steelers' 26-yard line and ran it back to the 9. That set up Tom Brady's pass to Deon Branch for the Patriots' only touchdown of the first half. It's Guyton's third NFL career interception.
It's been 12 years since Bradwell Institute's last Region 3-AAAAA cross country championship, but the drought is over. Wednesday morning the Tigers competed in the region championship at Savannah Country Day and had a stellar showing. Not only did the boys win by a large margin but they had four members named to the All-Region team and three school records were broken. According to BI coach Brian Williams, eight of the 14 kids competing ran personal best times.
The Tigers played tough defense against Groves High on Friday night at Olvey Field. But Juwan Johnson found just enough daylight to score on a 4-yard run late in the second quarter, and that gave the Rebels all points they needed in a 6-0 win over Bradwell Institute.
Liberty County High School lost another hard fought battle on Friday, falling 21-14 to Glynn Academy in Brunswick.
The Long County Recreation Department junior boys All-Star team won the recent Lyons Invitational Tournament in Toombs County.
AUSA golf tournament Friday
Liberty County High School's baseball team has gone to the football program's past in an attempt to improve its future.
Playing in a tough bracket, the Barracudas baseball team finished 1-2-1 at the Georgia State baseball tournament last weekend in Cummings.
Golfers who want to support a good cause can play in Saturday's Mabel Creel Memorial Golf Tournament at Cherokee Rose Golf Course.
A sports blogger has declared former Liberty County and current University of Tennessee basketball player Jordan McRae potentially one of the country's best players for next season.
The Long County High School Alumni Association held its annual golf tournament May 18 at the Cherokee Rose Golf Course in Hinesville.