Looking to finish their summer travel season with good showings at their national tournaments, the South Georgia Kings basketball teams were busy washing cars Saturday to raise travel money.
The Long County High School baseball team recently was recognized at the school's annual spring sports banquet.
The South Georgia Kings sixth- and seventh-grade and sophomore basketball teams were crowned champions after winning their respective age brackets last weekend in the Savannah Memorial Day Classic Tournament.
Scott's All*Stars kept busy during the Memorial Day weekend by competing May 24-27 in a tournament in Orlando.
The St. James Coastal Crew Rebels sixth-grade and 17U Elite teams received a recent boost after Fred Mingledorff, owner of Hinesville Ford, made a donation to help cover the teams' travel expenses. The sixth-grade team is headed to Myrtle Beach and Orlando next month, while the 17U Elite Rebels will play in the Super Showcase and national tournament, both held in July in Orlando. Coastal Crew Rebels founder and coach Ernie Walthour (kneeling left), Mingledorff (kneeling right) and coaches Simon Steele (far right) and David Linderman (far left) posed for a picture with the players representing both squads. Walthour said ...
The Comets, a soccer team featuring Liberty County residents Cassandra Ruff, Sidney Wilkinson Kaitlyn Anderson, Mary Kathryn Whitney and Cecilia Graham, took the championship trophy at the Savannah Shamrock Cup on May 25-26. The 14U Comets beat Effingham United '99G, 6-0, in the semifinals in St. Andrews Stadium on Wilmington Island. The Comets then faced NASA G17 Select Royal, a team representing the North Atlanta Soccer Association, in the finals. The teams ended regulation tied at 1, forcing extra time. Neither team got a goal, sending the championship game into a penalty-kick shootout. There, the Comets won, 5-4.
Car-wash fundraiser set
The Long County High School boys and girls track-and-field teams recently were recognized at the school's annual spring sports banquet.
The Hinesville Barracudas got their summer baseball schedule off to a good start by taking third place in the gold bracket of the Memorial Day Tournament last weekend in Savannah.
Kids Fishing Day set
The Long County High School boys and girls soccer teams wrapped up their inaugural seasons with awards last week at the spring sports banquet.
The 22nd annual Summer Slam is scheduled for July 5-7, and this year's event is returning to its roots.
It's was a whirlwind year for athletics at First Presbyterian Christian Academy, and one that remembered and honored Monday during the annual fall and spring sports ceremony at First Presbyterian Church.
Six members of the Long County High School baseball team have received All-Region 2-AA honors.
It looked like the Long County girls' team might eke out a win against St. Vincent's Academy for the home fans Tuesday.
Members of the We Run It Track Club, a local team comprised of middle- and high-school athletes, placed well at last week's Jimmy Carnes Invitational Meet in Gainesville.
Former Liberty County High School basketball player Jordan McRae had a career-best 34 points as the senior guard propelled the University of Tennessee to an 81-74 win over Arkansas on Wednesday at Thompson-Boling Arena in Knoxville.
Low Country Storm holding tryouts
It came down to the final seconds, but the Bradwell Institute Lady Tiger junior-varsity girls' basketball team held on Saturday to win the 21st annual Donell Woods Tournament.
The Southeast Georgia Middle School Athletic Conference Tournament is under way.
Dorian Adkins was crowned homecoming king during Long County's basketball game against Vidalia last Friday in Ludowici.
People keep asking me what Georgia Southern will accomplish on the football field in 2014.
The Long County Fire Department and the Sheriff's Office have a fundraiser basketball game at 6 p.m. Saturday at Long County Middle School.
SAVANNAH - Coastal Georgia Greenway will offer the chance to experience Jekyll, St. Simons and Sapelo islands from the perspective of riding a bike.
Low Country Storm
The Wayne County Yellow Jackets didn't swarm into Liberty County High School as expected Friday night. Instead, the boys and girls from Jesup fluttered into the gym and fell in both games.
First Presbyterian Christian Academy's boys basketball team is 3-0 in the Georgia Independent School Association's Class 2-AA region after defeating Edmund Burke Academy, 85-46, in Waynesboro Friday night.
After a disappointing loss at Effingham County last week, the Bradwell Tigers' boys basketball team rebounded in an away game against Glynn Academy. The Tigers eked out a 52-48 win on the road Friday night in Brunswick.
The Liberty County School System formally recognized and accepted Adam Carter's resignation as Bradwell head football coach Tuesday night.