The FPCA Lady Highlanders experienced deja vu Saturday afternoon, losing 50-48 to Edmund Burke Academy.
Hinesville was all about basketball on Saturday. The action took place at three different schools as the 20th annual Donell Woods Tournament showcased ninth grade and junior varsity squads from around the region. After working their way up through bracket play, the junior varsity boys and girls' from Coffee County swept the tournament. In the boys' championship game the junior varsity Coffee County team took on Glynn Academy. The two teams stayed within a bucket ...
The Blue Tide boys earned a win while the girls suffered yet another loss when Long County High School played host to Appling County on Saturday.
Liberty County High School earned their first Region 2A-AAAA wins Friday night against Wayne County. The Lady Panthers won 52-44 and the Panther boys earned a 66-59 win over Wayne. Over at Bradwell, the girls beat Savannah High 51-38 and the boys fell 91-68 to the Blue Jackets.
First Presbyterian Christian Academy routed Curtis Baptist, 69-47, for the Highlanders first region win of the year Friday night.
The Panthers will take the diamond starting their conditioning program on Jan. 30 and in addition to fielding a sophomore strong varsity team this season the Liberty boys will be under the direction of a new head coach.
The Long County High School girls' basketball team faced St. Vincent's Academy on Friday night in Savannah, and for a while it looked like the Lady Blue Tide might be able to pull out the team's first win of the season.
Some of the area's best ninth-grade and junior-varsity squads will converge at Bradwell Institute, Lewis Fraiser Middle School and Snelson-Golden Middle School on Saturday to tip-off the 20th annual Donell Woods Memorial Tournament.
First Presbyterian Christian Academy doesn't have far to travel to take on one of its toughest opponents and biggest rivals.
The Long County High School girls' basketball team still is looking for its first win of the year after losses to Pierce County and Wayne County this past weekend.
The boys' and girls' basketball teams at Bradwell Institute continue Region 3-AAAAA action tonight when they play host to Savannah High. The Lady Tigers open the doubleheader, tipping off at
So, if I run for president, don't vote for me. Because, if you read Patty Leon's story on coach Readie Kelly in Wednesday's Courier, you probably recall a spot where it said she's the longest-tenured coach currently at Bradwell Institute.
After a quarter of a century coaching girls' track, softball, ninth-grade basketball and volleyball, Lillie Readie Kelly has decided to step away from coaching at Bradwell Institute.
The Long County High School boys' basketball team made a last-second shot to beat Wayne County, 66-64, on Saturday in Ludowici.
The Liberty County High School boys' and girls' basketball teams rebounded from Friday's losses to Richmond Hill by sweeping McIntosh Academy on Saturday at home.
First-year baseball coach Andy Yanzetich congratulated his senior players after First Presbyterian Christian Academy closed the season Wednesday with a 3-1 win over Coastal Home School at St. James Field.
Two members of the Long County High School boys' track team finished in the top 10 of their events at the Class 2-AA state track and field meet, held May 2-4 in Jefferson.
One hundred athletes from the Liberty County, Long County and Fort Stewart school systems competed in the annual Special Olympics last weekend on post.
The Hinesville Hurricanes will play the Georgia Pirates at 7 p.m. Saturday in Augusta for the United Spring League Football Association championship.
Football season is three months away, but one couldn't tell by watching the players at Liberty County High School go at each other Monday during their first day of spring practice.
STATESBORO - Kevin Corless, who joined the Georgia Southern Football program as the assistant coach for linebackers, has been promoted to co-defensive coordinator, head coach Jeff Monken announced.
All five track athletes representing First Presbyterian Christian Academy at the Georgia Independent School Association state track meet placed well last weekend in Albany.
The Blue Tide baseball team recently held its annual Recreation Night in Long County. Around 50 players and coaches who are participating in the T-ball, softball and baseball programs came out for the night. Recreation department Director Michelle Rogers said more than 400 children will be playing this year.