A dozen young men representing 2-AAAAA Liberty County High School and 3-AAAAA Bradwell Institute will be vying to win titles at the state track meet this weekend at Memorial Stadium in Jefferson. Events begin at noon Thursday and continue until Saturday.
The Long County High School baseball team was scheduled to play its season finale against Vidalia on Thursday.
Fort Stewart hosted the sixth annual United States Bowling Congress Championship Tournament last week at Marne Lanes. Here are the final standings and results.
Bradwell Institute multi-sport star Quintunya Chapman signed her letter of intent Friday afternoon to run track and field for the University of Georgia.
It was supposed to be a day to celebrate the seniors on the Tigers baseball team.
Scott's All-Stars' high-school-aged boys' basketball team went to their first AAU tournament in LaGrange on April 23-24.
Eight teams participated in the sixth annual Relay for Life softball tournament April 23 in Ludowici.
For the third year in a row, Liberty County's Suzie Q's participated in the Savannah Susan G. Komen's Race for the Cure. The Suzie Q's is a local organization committed to raising funds for breast-cancer research, cures and mammograms. This year, the Suzie Q's raised $6,212 and were among the top five fundraising teams at the event. The Suzie Q's already are ramping up for next year's race, and they're accepting donations of diapers and baby wipes to help families recently affected by the devastating tornadoes in north Georgia and Alabama ...
Several Tigers qualified for the state track meet during the Region 3-AAAAA finals April 26 at Bradwell Institute.
Liberty YMCA Heat swimming coach Donna Hooe not only coached the Georgia Masters Super team to a 25th-place overall finish at the 2011 YMCA Masters Nationals on April 14-17 in Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., she also swam well herself.
After running a successful boys' basketball program the past few years, South Georgia Kings co-founder Leonard Hall felt it was time to give the talented girls in the community their fair share of glory.
Bradwell Institute fell to Groves High, 11-7, on Wednesday in a key Region 3-AAAAA baseball game in Garden City.
Despite putting up three home runs, the Long County High School baseball team dropped a 10-9 nail-biter to Brantley County on Tuesday.
The Liberty County Panthers boys' and girls' track teams finished in fourth place at the Region 2-AAAA track meet April 22 at Statesboro High School.
Bradwell's Garrett McCorckle slams the ball down the third-base line during a game against Windsor Forest earlier this season. The Tigers play at Groves today at 4:30. host McIntosh County Academy at 5 p.m. tomorrow and will close out the season with a Region 3-AAAAA game against Benedictine at 4:30 p.m. Friday for senior day. If the Tigers hold on to second place in the region, they will host a first-round state playoff game May 6.