The First Presbyterian Christian Academy boys' basketball team had a breakthrough game against Memorial Day on Saturday, taking a 43-31 win in the Georgia Independent School Association Region 2-AA championship game at Trinity Christian Academy.
The First Presbyterian Christian Academy girls' soccer team was one win away from hoisting the state-championship trophy last season, so this year the team is training with some professional coaches to take the next step.
The Long County varsity baseball team kicked off its season with a victory Monday by defeating Claxton, 15-3, in Ludowici.
I recently had the pleasure of instructing a new student at our continuous learning sessions. Marcus had been playing golf for a short time and confessed that he was having difficulty in making good contact with the ball and was never quite confident in where it might go.
All-Star game set
The final games of the basketball region tournaments wrapped up Saturday night, but by Friday evening, two things already were set in stone - the Bradwell Institute Lady Tigers and the Liberty County High School boys' squad clinched spots to the state playoffs.
Long County High School senior Cassandra Pelton hit another bulls-eye Friday as the archery competitor was offered a full-ride scholarship to Emmanuel College.
The Blue Tide boys and girls basketball teams ended their seasons Thursday at the 2-AA Region Tournament at Brewton-Parker College in Mount Vernon.
It's a cliche, but it's true.
Tuesday was a good night for Long County High School as both the boys' and girls' basketball teams advanced in the Region 2-AA tournament in Lyons.
Both Liberty County High School and Bradwell Institute started their region playoff games this week.
Jacob Turner was selected as Long County basketball homecoming king Feb. 8 during the Blue Tide's game with Bryan County in Ludowici. Junior Dorian Adkins, sophomore Francisco Mejia and freshman Ulises Franco were crowned princes.
All-Star game set