Bradwell Institute football player Jordan Portley is leading in tackles for the Tigers defense, which held off the Windsor Forest Knights last Friday in a 13-10 win in Savannah.
Bradwell Institute broke its losing streak Friday, earning a 13-10 win over Windsor Forest at Grayson Stadium. It was the Tigers' first win of the season and a Region 3-AAAAA victory as well.
When a second-year program goes up against a first-year program, that additional year of experience sometimes can make all the difference in the world.
Long County High School on Friday will celebrate homecoming, themed "Living the Tide Life." If the Blue Tide defeat Toombs County, they will match their best year for wins only seven games into the season.
Liberty County High School will use a bye week to try and regroup after the Panthers fell 19-0 to Statesboro High on Thursday night in Statesboro. .
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Bradwell Institute earned their first win of the season defeating Windsor Forest 13-10 at Grayson Stadium.
Liberty County High School dropped their first sub-region game in Statesboro where the Blue Devils managed a 19-0 shutout Thursday night.
First Presbyterian Christian Academy wants football fans to wear blue tonight when the Highlanders take on Frederica Academy (4-2) in a homecoming matchup at Long Bell Stadium.
A forfeit is not the way Bradwell Institute volleyball coach DeAndre Davis wanted to finish the season and honor his senior players.
Three equestrians representing Dixie Stables in Allenhurst placed well at the 41st annual Southeastern Charity Horse Show held Sept. 19-22 at the Georgia International Horse Park in Conyers.
At this time last year, the Long County High School football team sat at 0-6 and was just looking to get through the season.
In a game between two schools looking for their first wins, Bradwell Institute and Windsor Forest will play tonight at Grayson Stadium. Kickoff is scheduled for 7:30 p.m.
The Long County High School baseball team lost a tough region game to Atkinson County, 6-5, on Tuesday in Pearson.
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