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.
Brandon Ashdown will join his Liberty County High School soccer teammate Robbie Bacon at the University of South Carolina–Salkehatchie this fall after signing a National Letter of Intent on Wednesday to play soccer.
Saying it was God's calling, Jimbo Hale is enthusiastically ready for his new role as the athletic director for First Presbyterian Christian Academy.
Two recent articles indicate that University of Tennessee incoming sophomore and former Liberty County Panthers basketball standout Jordan McRae has a new outlook as he prepares for the upcoming UT hoops season.
The 8U Merchants baseball team won the Peach State Diamond Sports tournament June 18 in Brunswick.
An open letter to Georgia Southern University President Brooks Keel: Dear Dr. Keel, Don't buy into all the hype about FBS football. Georgia Southern is many wonderful things, but a budding BCS power it isn't - and won't be in most of our lifetimes, if ever. And there's nothing at all wrong with that. I suspect that runs contrary to what you're hearing from many who think nothing matters if it isn't thoroughly covered and ...
Many may remember him as the quarterback who led Bradwell Institute to an undefeated regular season in 1979, but Hal Johnson long has had another passion.
Former Long County High School standout Linda Stephens recently was named a collegiate archery All-American as a member of the Georgia Southern University club archery team.
Desmond Brown, Marcus Scott V and Simon Steele attended the 2011 Savannah State University basketball camp June 13-17. According to All-Stars founder Marcus Scott, the camp provided fundamental and individual instructions suited to each camper. The players used the new skills they learned to develop teamwork. They also had the opportunity to hear keynote speakers provide motivational speeches to the audience, Scott said.