According to national recruiting analyst Chad Simmons, Liberty County High School football player Jeremy Caldwell-Fabergas was among the top wide receivers/tight ends at the 2013 MVP Camp, held last weekend in Valdosta.
Scott's All*Stars held its annual retreat Feb. 23-24 in Hinesville at coach Marcus Scott's house. Players did team-building activities, watched motivational movies, determined goals, learned to tie ties, attended MegaGenesis, practiced basketball and attended Pleasant Grove AME church. Chris' Curbside Grill and Dominos donated food for the retreat.
Coastal Crew Rebel tryouts today
First Presbyterian Christian Academy's boys' basketball team still is in the hunt for another Georgia Independent School Association state title.
The Liberty County High School track and field teams both placed in the top two Thursday during their first home meet.
Liberty County High School's baseball team holds a 1-1 record after its first week of the regular season.
Former Bradwell Institute kicker David Miller was one of 16 Georgia State University football players named to the Colonial Athletic Association's academic all-conference team, according to the university's website.
Scott's All*Stars held its annual tryouts Feb. 16 -17 at the YMCA in Hinesville.
Annual bowling tourney on Stewart
Former Liberty County High School basketball players Jordan McRae and Rion Brown continue to have breakout junior seasons at the University of Tennessee and the University of Miami, respectively.
The Long County baseball team improved its record to 2-0 with a lopsided 13-0 win over New Hampstead on Wednesday in Ludowici.
Bradwell Institute baseball coach Rhett Hellgren guided his team to a pretty good season last year, going 16-12 overall and 13-5 in Region 3-AAAAA and made it to the first round of the state tourney.
Two area basketball teams saw their state-tourney runs come to an early end.
The Long County boys' and girls' soccer teams on Tuesday lost their games at Vidalia.
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.
Bradwell Institute and Savannah High will go head-to-head at 7:30 tonight on Olvey Field with both teams looking to earn their first win of the season.
It was a barn-burner last year between First Presbyterian Christian Academy and St. Andrews, with the Lions scoring the go-ahead touchdown late in the fourth quarter to win, 35-28.
It is rough going through growing pains. Just ask a young-yet-improving Lady Tiger softball team.
The Long County High School softball team continued its winning ways by beating Toombs County, 6-0, Tuesday in a big Region 2-AA showdown of hot teams.
The Long County High School football team tonight will face one of its toughest opponents of the year when it hosts Benedictine Military School.
Fun-shoot fundraiser set for Sept. 14 in Midway