The first quarter of Friday night's game between Effingham County and Liberty County may have been a bit alarming for the Panthers, since the Rebels managed to run 11 minutes and 40 seconds off the clock.
SAVANNAH - Bradwell Institute senior Jahlil Witt blocked Beach senior Tyrie Taylor's 21-yard field goal attempt with 3 minutes, 38 seconds to play to preserve the Tigers' 22-21 victory over the Bulldogs in both teams' Region 3-AAAAA opener Friday night at Memorial Stadium.
Long County native Dustin McGowan finally made it back to the Toronto Blue Jays pitcher's mound Tuesday night.
The Liberty County High School Lady Panthers have struggled on the diamond of late, losing three games in a row against Region 2A-AAAA opponents.
Long County fell 10-4 to Tattnall County on Thursday in Reidsville, but the Lady Blue Tide may have won in the process.
Bradwell Institute beat Beach 22-21 at Memorial Stadium in Savannah on Friday night. Beach had an early lead and was up 21-0 before the Tigers began closing in. A touchdown and a field goal later the Tigers closed the half trailing 21-10. In the second half Tiger quarterback Myrese Cobb hit Quonte Haggray for a 65 yard touchdown pass and the Tigers ran with the momentum for the 22-21 win.
The Lady Tigers traveled to Groves on Tuesday and earned their fifth win in a row, defeating the Rebels, 10-2, in six innings. Bradwell Institute pitcher Karson Rogers got the win, striking out seven batters and giving up four hits.
Much like last season, the Bradwell Tigers will be looking for their first win of the season while the Beach High Bulldogs are 1-1 when the two teams meet tonight at Memorial Stadium in Savannah.
Two teams sitting at 1-1 square off tonight as the Effingham County Rebels visit the Liberty County Panthers at Donell Woods Stadium.
The Long County High School football team will face the Wayne County Yellow Jackets tonight in Ludowici.
For the third consecutive year, the Hinesville Fire Department will host a golf tournament to benefit the Muscular Dystrophy Association.
Long County High School lost, 27-21, in overtime to Southeast Bulloch on Friday, the second time in as many weeks the Blue Tide nearly pulled out a comeback win.
Long County High School's softball team lost its third straight game on Thursday, falling, 15-6, to Pierce County in a Region 2-AA contest.
Bradwell Institute football coach Jim Walsh Jr. isn't the only one who thinks feeder systems will level the playing field for high school sports teams.
It took a mere three minutes for the Liberty County Panthers (1-1) to set the tone and earn their first of four touchdowns Friday night at Donell Woods Stadium as they rolled to a 28-0 victory against the visiting McIntosh County Academy Buccaneers (0-2). It was their second victory against the Bucs in nine matchups.