The Lady Tigers soccer team finished a winning season last week.
The Long County Recreation Department kicked off its baseball season Saturday.
The Tiger tennis team is serving up a trip to the Region 3-AAAAA playoffs. According to Tiger tennis coach Janet Reddick, the boys didn't field a complete team but still did well for the season. As for her Lady Tigers, they went 11-2 overall and 11-2 in the region for the season.
FPCA captured the Class AA-Region 4 title Friday, defeating perennial powerhouse Frederica Academy, 3-2, at the St. James Sports Complex.
The Long County High School baseball team took on Appling County on Friday in Ludowici. The Pirates came into the game undefeated at 19-0 and ranked No. 1 in the state, according to the GaPrep.com/GACA poll. In addition to battling one of only two undefeated high school baseball squads in Georgia, the Blue Tide also faced Major League Baseball top prospect Byron Buxton. Although the Tide was the obvious underdog in the game, Long County gave Appling a run for its money. It took the Pirates a full seven innings to beat the Tide, 4-3.
A seventh inning three-run surge from Glynn Academy allowed the Red Terrors to leap past Liberty, 8-3, in a Region 2A-AAAA contest Friday night on the Panther's home turf.
First Presbyterian Christian Academy didn't win Thursday, but they did play defense well enough to hold last year's Class AA champions to only three runs. The FPCA boys lost, 3-0, in a home game against Edmund Burke.
Scott's All-Stars had two squads perform well March 30-April 1 during a tournament in Jacksonville.
The Long County 10U Merchants played in the 2012 Savannah Spring Swing wheel-pitch tournament March 30-April 1. The Merchants were placed in the gold bracket and went undefeated in the tournament. The coaches and parents thanked sponsors All Custom Gutters, Coastal Pawn, C.A. Sittle Landscaping, Hinesville Fence and Eicher Pro Vinyl.
First Presbyterian Christian Academy pitchers Michael Lovelady and Phillip Swindell combined for 12 strikeouts in a 10-2 victory over Faith Baptist Christian Tuesday in Ludowici.
Liberty lost, 13-0, Tuesday afternoon to Region 2A-AAAA power Ware County. It took only five innings.
Bradwell traveled to Long County High School where the Tigers washed down the Blue Tide, 7-2, on Wednesday afternoon - payback for the Blue Tide's 8-1 victory over the Tigers on March 22.
VALDOSTA - The Bradwell Institute boys' and girls' track teams both placed in the top five of their divisions in the Harmon Viking/Vikette Invitational March 31 at Lowndes High School.
In the battle of the Hurricanes Saturday night at Long Bell Stadium, the Georgia Hurricanes blew through Hinesville, 39-8.
A day after suffering an 8-4 loss to Bradwell Institute, the Islands High School Sharks rebounded.