The first day of school is just three weeks away and that means high school sports will be back in full swing starting with softball and immediately followed by Friday night football games.
Scott's All-Stars went 2-2 at the AAU National Tournament from June 30-July 4 in Hampton, Va.
Three members of the Team Hinesville weight lifting team got the opportunity to step on stage at the 2011 National School Age Weightlifting Championships on June 25 in Flowery Branch. All three finished ninth or better and helped their sister organization - Team Savannah - win the male 16- to 17-year-old division overall.
Liberty County YMCA Heat swimmers Sandra Scott and Jorge Melendez continue to dominate their sport, placing well at the Edwin Cuttino Memorial Long Course Meters Swim Meet on June 17-19 at the Chatham County Aquatic Center in Savannah.
Forty-one kids attended Scott's All-Stars' basketball camp June 27-30 at the Liberty County YMCA.
Liberty County resident Renee Hofkin placed second in the medium class and third in the masters category at her first bodybuilding competition June 25-26 at the 2011 Southern Isles Bodybuilding, Figure and Wheelchair Championships held in Savannah.
The Liberty County Recreation Department's Senior girls' All-Star softball team kept chipping away at their opponents at last weekend's Georgia Recreation and Parks Association Division B state title tournament in Vidalia.
Frank Long Elementary student Montre Johnson has been running track since he was 6. You might want to remember his name. Now 9, Johnson hopes to rake in the gold later this month when he competes in the AAU Junior Olympics in New Orleans. Johnson qualified for the national event, which is the last week in July, with two top-four finishes at the District 6 finals. He finished first in the 100-meter dash, clocking in ...
Since his freshman season, Shadrach Thornton has impressed the Liberty County High School coaching staff with his ability to run the football.
Former Bradwell Institute football player Will Pettis made a name for himself playing for the Dallas Desperados in the Arena Football League.
Marcus Scott V of Scott's All-Stars attended a Georgia Southern basketball camp June 20-24 in Statesboro.
Ernie Walthour long has been a strong supporter of the First Presbyterian Christian Academy basketball program.
The Hinesville Hurricanes opened their regular season in winning form Saturday with an easy 34-0 victory over the Tri-County Panthers.
First Presbyterian Christian Academy could field a football team in 2012, the school's newly hired athletic director said recently.
Many competitive weight lifters dream of standing on podiums and having gold medals placed around their necks.
Football season is three months away, but one couldn't tell by watching the players at Liberty County High School go at each other Monday during their first day of spring practice.
STATESBORO - Kevin Corless, who joined the Georgia Southern Football program as the assistant coach for linebackers, has been promoted to co-defensive coordinator, head coach Jeff Monken announced.
All five track athletes representing First Presbyterian Christian Academy at the Georgia Independent School Association state track meet placed well last weekend in Albany.
The Blue Tide baseball team recently held its annual Recreation Night in Long County. Around 50 players and coaches who are participating in the T-ball, softball and baseball programs came out for the night. Recreation department Director Michelle Rogers said more than 400 children will be playing this year.
What happens in Vegas stays in Vegas - unless, of course, it's the Coastal Crew Rebels boys' basketball team coming home with a good showing from a big tournament.
Anglers of all ages came out April 27 to participate in the second annual Fishin' for a Cure tournament at the Altamaha River in Long County.
The Hinesville Hurricanes expected to be playing their first playoff game Saturday. Instead, they got a free pass to the next round.
Riceboro native DeLisha Milton-Jones will start her 15th season as a WNBA player this month, but she won't be wearing her usual Los Angeles Sparks jersey.
Q: John and Chris were playing the fourth hole in their Saturday men's event. John hit his ball from the fairway and was almost sure that he went out of bounds. He announced to Chris that he was hitting a provisional ball. Before hitting his provisional, John replaced his divot and dropped a new ball as near as possible to the spot where he hit his last shot. Did John proceed in accordance with the rules?
5-on-5 basketball tournament set