The Walker Middle School football and softball teams are, so far, having a great years. Football The Wildcat football team has been practicing since the first of the month, and the sixth-, seventh- and eighth-graders are showing why they were undefeated in 2010. Next Wednesday the Wildcats will get the opportunity to hit someone other than one of their teammates. They play in a round-robin tournament in Waycross. In the next two weeks, the team ...
The racers take the track tonight at Oglethorpe Speedway in the final run to determine the overall champion in each division of the Pooler Pawn and Diamond Company 440 Special, the Southern Eagle Budweiser Late Models, Love's Seafood Street Stocks, Two Nuts and a Bolt Garage Pure Stocks and the Savannah Go Minis Mini Stocks.
All-Star standout Marcus Scott V attended an Adidas Top 150 Phenom Camp in California Aug. 4-7 and wasranked 21 in it, according to hoopscoopinline.com.
The county's football teams play under the big lights again Friday. It's a pre-season scrimmage, but the community is anticipating the game between Liberty County High School and Bradwell Institute.
First Presbyterian Christian Academy Highlander basketball player Mike Tige has signed a letter of intent to play for the Barons of Brewton-Parker College.
The Long County High School varsity softball team lost to Wayne County Monday, 14-1. The Ludowici girls fought hard, but it was clear the girls from Jesup were an older, more experienced team. Both teams were scoreless in the first inning. The second, however, closed with the Yellow Jackets up 5-0, off of four hits. In the third and fourth innings the Jesup team added 10 more hits and nine runs to go up 14-0. ...
Special to the Courier Taking a cue from the varsity squad, the junior varsity Lady Tigers beat the junior Lady Panthers 10-2 in five innings Saturday afternoon. Coached by Misty Eastlake, the JV girls were led by eighth grader Jaleesa DeJesus on the mound, earning eight strike outs, allowing three hits and walking only two batters. Eastlake said Sarah Wells and Marissa Polston both hit doubles and Shaquira Smith added a single to help the ...
The Long County High School softball team, playing at home, defeated Liberty County on Thursday in a lopsided 16-2 game.
During the summer, many girls from the area play alongside each other on recreational and traveling softball teams. On Saturday morning, however, the friends became temporary foes as the Lady Panthers of Liberty visited Bradwell's Lady Tigers in a match hotter than the soaring temperatures.
Liberty County High School was thrust into Region 2A-AAAA last year and the football team suddenly faced a whole new set of Region opponents.
The Long County High School varsity softball team lost the season opener this past Tuesday to Wayne County 10-2.
The 12U South Georgia Kings placed fourth in the AAU National Classic Tournament July 19-25 in Hampton, Va. Head coach Shane Smith said the team earned an automatic bid to the 2012 nationals in Memphis.
In their final AAU tournament of the season the Coastal Crew 15U Rebels placed 11th overall, battling against older teams in Orlando the final weekend of July.
Friday afternoon was busy for student athletes of Long County High School. The girls softball and the boys football teams played on adjacent fields in Blue vs. White scrimmages to prep for the upcoming seasons.
Nobody hit the hole-in-one but five local students received $1,000 scholarships and a few golfers did take away trophies in Saturday's seventh annual Henry "Hank" White Golf Tournament.
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