Sports-minded people will have a lot of outdoors opportunities Saturday with a free baseball clinic and a fishing tournament in Long County.
Scott's All*Stars' basketball team hosted a round-robin tournament this past weekend at Faith Baptist Christian Academy in Ludowici where coach Marcus Scott V said some of his players learned a valuable lesson.
Free Physicals for Long County athletes
Multi-sport athlete Vanda Vereen Jr. recently was recognized at the National Underclassman Combine in Marietta. Vereen, who excels at both football and basketball for the Blue Tide, competed in the combine March 30 at Lassiter High School. The combine consisted of several different events, and each athlete was given a score for all of his efforts. After all of the scores were tabulated, Vereen, who is a junior at Long County High School, was named the Most Valuable Camper in the 5-Star U1000 Competition. Long County High School athletic director Karen Swindell was pleased with the outcome.
Three riders representing Dixie Stables in Liberty County were winners at the 36th Annual Pro-Am Benefit Classic Horse Show of Georgia, held April 3-6 at the Georgia National Fairgrounds and Agricenter in Perry.
The Long County High School soccer teams split their games Tuesday against Metter High School in Ludowici, with the girls' squad winning but the boys falling a little short.
Faith Baptist Christian basketball star Antonius Cleveland signed a letter of intent Wednesday to join the Southeast Missouri State University program.
Getting the AAU basketball season off to a solid start, the eighth-grade South Georgia Kings won the Icebreaker Tournament, held April 5-7 in Augusta. The tournament was the Kings' first this season.
Scott's All*stars sixth- and seventh-grade basketball team went 2-3 at the Hoopfest Tournament on April 12-14 in Atlanta.
It was par for the course for the First Presbyterian Christian Academy girls' soccer team last week as it wrapped up its second Georgia Independent School Association Region 2-AA title with a 6-1 win over Frederica Academy.
Chris Guilfo has parlayed a successful high-school basketball career into an opportunity to play at the next level.
Despite having a large group of young baseball players cheering it on from the home stands during Recreation Department Night, Long County High School couldn't end a losing streak Tuesday against Bacon County.
In game that lasted slightly longer than an hour, Bradwell defeated Region 3-AAAAA opponent Ware County, 3-0, on Tuesday.
First Presbyterian Christian Academy's baseball team went 2-1 in three recent games.