STATESBORO - Georgia Southern volleyball player Moriah Bellissimo was named the Female Scholar-Athlete of the Year, and men's soccer player Aleksandar Tomic earned Male Scholar-Athlete of the Year honor.
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With more Bowl Championship Series Division I college offers that can be counted on two hands and both feet, Liberty County Panther football player Raekwon McMillan has been one of the most coveted linebackers hailing from our area this past year.
The visiting Statesboro Blue Devils faced a determined Liberty County baseball team Friday. However, the home team fell short, 7-4, and dropped its third straight to the Blue Devils.
The Long County baseball team just keeps rolling along.
The Hinesville Hurricanes semi-professional football team will dedicate their next home game, scheduled for April 13, to Child Abuse Awareness month by admitting all children to the game for free.
Several women bowlers from Fort Stewart's MARNE Lanes bowling leagues recently competed in the 57th annual Georgia State USBC Women's Bowling Association Tournament in Augusta.
The Long County Alumni Association recently presented the Lady Tide softball team with a $1,000 check to help pay for new uniforms. Caitlin Wingate and Madalyne Flynn hold the check while surrounded by team members Alyssa Anderson, Samantha Garcia, Katie Estill, Harley Dawson, Brittany Smiley, Kaylyn McEwin, and Faith Morris. Also pictured are booster club members Kelly Wingate, Diana Anderson and Lynn McNeal.
In previous years, a loss against Camden County would be a blow to the Bradwell Tigers' region record.
Bradwell institute's Lady Tiger track team placed second out of eight teams March 30 at the Statesboro High Relays.
The Long County High School baseball team continued to roll with a decisive 11-5 victory over Atkinson County on Tuesday in front of a large crowd in Ludowici.
The Long County High School soccer program got a glimpse Tuesday of where the team hopes to be when they faced Benedictine Military School and St. Vincent's Academy.
Turnovers proved costly as the Hinesville Hurricanes took their first loss of the season last Saturday at Long Bell Stadium in Hinesville, falling to the Georgia Pirates, 34-8.