Liberty County boys track coach Keith McGee admits not having Josh McNair will make it more difficult for the Panthers to win meets this season. McNair, who won the Class AAA state championship in discus the past two seasons was a lock at first place in every meet. McNair graduated last May and is now competing at Kennesaw State University.
Long County came up a little short Friday night, losing to Pierce County 3-2 in the Blue Tide's Region 2-AA opener.
Several athletes of the Sport Taekwondo Center of Hinesville are still celebrating their wins at Georgia Southern University's first annual taekwondo tournament on Feb. 24.
The Savannah Shamrocks slung some Irish grit and won their first game 18-12 at the St. Patrick's Day Rugby tournament against the University of North Florida Ospreys.
After dropping a 9-7 decision at Wayne County on Friday, Liberty County High School's baseball team rebounded on Saturday to defeat Long County 10-0 in five innings.
In First Presbyterian Christian Academy's first year of varsity basketball, they exceeded all expectations.
Long County High School's baseball team continued struggling with its pitching. On Tuesday, they traveled to Jesup and lost to Wayne County, 18-7.
Last Friday, Liberty County High School's baseball team won its first game of the season - 11-7 over Long County in Ludowici.
After dropping a double-header last Saturday, Bradwell Institute got a big win on Tuesday, defeating Beach 18-2 in Savannah.
Bradwell Institute baseball coach Rhett Hellgren said if the Tigers kept it close early, then they would have the opportunity to win.
Fresh off a home-sweep against McIntosh County Academy, Bradwell Institute's track teams took second in the 18-team Camden Relays on Saturday in Kingsland.
REIDSVILLE - The Long County Blue Tide baseball team continued to battle the injury bug in Monday night's game against the Tattnall County Battle Creek Warriors, losing 9-4.
STATESBORO - Georgia Southern football coach Chris Hatcher announced additions to his coaching staff. Two assistant coaches join the offense, one on defense and another in strength and conditioning.
Just like he did several times in the mid-'90s, Steve Cotrell left Commerce High School's baseball field with a win.
Imagine having a varsity soccer team with several girls who have never touched a ball before in their life.