Savyon Wilson scored 25 points and went seven for eight at the free-throw line in the fourth quarter to help Liberty County defeat Wayne County 64-60 on Tuesday night.
Robert Toombs Academy proved no match for First Presbyterian on Tuesday as the Highlanders ran past the Crusaders 75-25 at St. James Sports Center.
Bradwell Institute kept its perfect season alive with a 39-38 win over upset-minded Windsor Forest on Tuesday in Savannah.
In their final home game of the season Tuesday, the First Presbyterian Christian Academy Lady Highlanders sent senior Keandra Battle out on a high note by beating Robert Toombs Academy 44-34.
The Liberty County Lady Panthers snapped a four-game losing streak Tuesday by routing Wayne County 61-41.
Long County players will see some familiar faces when the Tide take the court this weekend.
D.J. Felder's game high 37 points led First Presbyterian Christian Academy to a 72-48 win Saturday over visiting Curtis Baptist School. The win improved the Highlanders to 25-3 overall and 6-0 in Region 1-IA.
The First Christian Academy Lady Highlanders could not make up for a rough start Saturday against visiting Curtis Baptist and the result was a 61-36 loss.
Unbeaten Bradwell Institute held off visiting Groves 51-28 on Saturday to stay on track for the No. 1 seed in the Region 3-AAAAA tournament.
Sloppy passes and missed rebounds doomed Bradwell Institute in a 77-55 loss to visiting Groves on Saturday.
Pierce County swept host Long County on Saturday in a Region 2-AA basketball doubleheader in Ludowici.
Jarquez Smith scored 27 points and Jordan Johnson added 20 as First Presbyterian won its 24th game of the season Friday with a 79-35 win over visiting Edmund Burke.
Lady Highlanders Coach Rosby Frasier had Friday night's game against Edmund Burke Academy on her mind ever since FPCA lost to the Lady Spartans earlier in the season.
Bradwell kept its season-long win streak alive with a 43-25 win over Jenkins at home Friday night.
Long County High School will have its 2011 basketball homecoming ceremony Friday when the Brantley County Herons come to town.
Scott's All*Stars conducted their first official workout of the year Jan. 18. According to program founder Marcus Scott IV, more than 40 kids participated. The All*Stars will host a final tryout for the upcoming 2014 season from 3-5 p.m. Feb. 8-9 at the YMCA. The tryout is open for grades five through nine. For more information, call 912-655-4371 or go to www.scottsallstars.com.
Q: Alice had just finished her round of golf and was preparing to post her score for handicap purposes. She began to change some of her hole scores by marking them with a lower score. Ruth noticed what she was doing and asked Alice why she was changing her score for some of the holes.
Georgia Southern announced on Wednesday the addition of five new members to the football coaching staff and the retention of two assistant coaches for the 2014 season.
Former Bradwell Institute baseball player Jeff Polk once played and practiced under the leadership of his father and BI baseball coach, Rhett Hellgren. On Monday, Polk walked onto the Tigers' field as the new baseball coach for the Bradwell boys.
The Liberty County High School basketball teams split games Saturday in non-region action at Jenkins in Savannah.
Bradwell's basketball teams were swept Saturday at Statesboro in non-region action.
The Long County High School boys' basketball team finally ended its slump by picking up two wins over the weekend.
The Walker Middle School Wildcat basketball team last week won the Southeast Georgia Middle School Conference title by defeating Arthur Williams Middle School, 40-25, in the championship game in Jesup.
First Presbyterian Christian Academy's Miguel Pineda set a new school record Thursday for most points scored in a boys' basketball game when he sank in 52 points in the Highlanders' 119-72 win over Coastal Home School in non-region action at the St. James Sports Center.
The Liberty County boys' basketball team was denied its ninth straight win Friday as Statesboro narrowly beat the Panthers, 39-37, during LCHS's senior-night game.
The Bradwell Tigers got a huge fight from the Windsor Forest Knights on Friday, eking out a 71-68 double-overtime win in Savannah in Region 3-AAAAA action.
According to MLB.com, Long County native Dustin McGowan received the OK last week to pursue a spot in the 2014 starting-pitching rotation for the Toronto Blue Jays.
The third time was the charm for the Liberty County High School boys' basketball team against Brunswick.
Editors note: The game was originally scheduled to be played at Bradwell, but earlier this season the Knights were in the process of resurfacing their gym and swapped the first matchup against the Tigers. the Courier regrets the error in the print edition.