The Lady Tigers traveled to Groves on Tuesday and earned their fifth win in a row, defeating the Rebels, 10-2, in six innings. Bradwell Institute pitcher Karson Rogers got the win, striking out seven batters and giving up four hits.
Much like last season, the Bradwell Tigers will be looking for their first win of the season while the Beach High Bulldogs are 1-1 when the two teams meet tonight at Memorial Stadium in Savannah.
Two teams sitting at 1-1 square off tonight as the Effingham County Rebels visit the Liberty County Panthers at Donell Woods Stadium.
The Long County High School football team will face the Wayne County Yellow Jackets tonight in Ludowici.
For the third consecutive year, the Hinesville Fire Department will host a golf tournament to benefit the Muscular Dystrophy Association.
Long County High School lost, 27-21, in overtime to Southeast Bulloch on Friday, the second time in as many weeks the Blue Tide nearly pulled out a comeback win.
Long County High School's softball team lost its third straight game on Thursday, falling, 15-6, to Pierce County in a Region 2-AA contest.
Bradwell Institute football coach Jim Walsh Jr. isn't the only one who thinks feeder systems will level the playing field for high school sports teams.
It took a mere three minutes for the Liberty County Panthers (1-1) to set the tone and earn their first of four touchdowns Friday night at Donell Woods Stadium as they rolled to a 28-0 victory against the visiting McIntosh County Academy Buccaneers (0-2). It was their second victory against the Bucs in nine matchups.
Despite perfect weather conditions Friday night, the football game between Bradwell Institute and Charlton County was sloppy. The teams combined for 38 penalties for 336 yards in a non-region contest that lasted 3 hours, 10 minutes at Olvey Field.
Candace Blair had just told her Bradwell Institute teammates, "We got this," before she took her at-bat in the bottom of the sixth inning and smacked a one-run homer over the center-field fence.
The Long County High School softball team continued to struggle in its region on Tuesday, losing to Appling County, 12-0, in Baxley.
The folks at Veterans' Stadium were on their feet as the Long County Blue Tide scored a touchdown with two seconds left on the clock, forcing overtime Friday night. Blue Tide football coach Ronald Flott was playing against the Yellow Jackets of Southeast Bulloch, where he used to coach, and the score was tied, 21-21, at the end of regulation.
Walker Middle School defender Thomas Watts deflects a pass intended for a Yellow Jackets receiver in Wednesday's 28-15 loss against Martha Puckett in Jesup. Brandon Scott and Tanner Brant scored touchdowns for the Wildcats. The contest was the first regular-season game for Walker Middle School. The team's next game is Sept. 7, when they travel to Waycross to take on Ware County at 5 p.m.
Liberty County hosted McIntosh County Academy and sent them home with a goose egg defeating the Buccaneers 28-0. Within the first three minutes of the game senior Panther running back Shadrach Thornton rushed for 95 yards and a touch down. Thronton had 3 touchdowns before resting out in the fourth quarter. The final touchdown came from Andre Haggray on a 5 yard run. The Panther defense was led by Raekwon McMillan, Melvin King Anthony Dabson and Rodney Goffney.
Liberty County High School's baseball team has gone to the football program's past in an attempt to improve its future.
Playing in a tough bracket, the Barracudas baseball team finished 1-2-1 at the Georgia State baseball tournament last weekend in Cummings.
Golfers who want to support a good cause can play in Saturday's Mabel Creel Memorial Golf Tournament at Cherokee Rose Golf Course.
A sports blogger has declared former Liberty County and current University of Tennessee basketball player Jordan McRae potentially one of the country's best players for next season.
The Long County High School Alumni Association held its annual golf tournament May 18 at the Cherokee Rose Golf Course in Hinesville.
Martial arts represent more than just fighting technique, according to a local instructor. It's also a good way to stay in shape.
Q: Alice and Martha are playing No. 5 on their home course. Martha's ball comes to rest short of the green. There is a small, shallow bunker between her ball and the green. Martha wants to putt her ball through the bunker. She believes this is the best shot since the bunker is shallow and the hole is near the bunker. Martha knows that the superintendent recently put new sand in all of the bunkers, so she decides to test the condition of the sand before hitting. Can she do this?
Hinesville Gators tryouts planned