ATHENS - More than 3,000 season ticket packages already have been sold for the upcoming Lady Bulldog Basketball season, surpassing the previous record of 2,940 established last year.
The Long County Recreation Department's 7- and 8-year-old football team lost a disappointing 12-0 game to the McIntosh County team Tuesday in Ludowici.
Riding on the arm of Savannah Christian's Russell DeMassi, the Red Raiders defeated the Long County Blue Tide football team 44-26 Friday.
The varsity soccer team at First Presbyterian Christian Academy has set a new record. They are the only second-year team without a senior class representative that has made it to the final four in the Georgia Independent School Association (GISA) state playoffs.
The Tigers donned on their chemical suits and neutralized the Johnson Atomsmashers in a spectacular 56-6 victory in Savannah on Saturday night.
Powerhouse plays and a tough-standing defense brought the Panthers back into the winners' column with a slashing 42-7 victory over the Richmond Hill Wildcats on Friday.
Long County High School Blue Tide lost to Savannah Christian 44-26 Friday night. With the loss, the Blue Tide will have to play spoilers for the remainder of the year, as their hopes of a 2-AA playoff berth realistically ended. Read Wednesday's Courier for more information.
Being able to show your school colors and mascot during an athletic event is part showing your school pride.
Savannah Christian defeated the Long County Tide 44-26.
"We need to continue to execute, that's all there is to it," Tigers' football head coach Jim Walsh Jr. said when asked if he had a particular strategy in mind for Saturday's away game against the Johnson Atomsmashers.
STATESBORO - Senior Jayson Foster (Canton/Cherokee County) and his impressive statistics in the 2007 season have earned him another honor. Foster was named Tuesday to the Walter Payton Award watch list, as announced by The Sports Network.
The Liberty County High School boys' basketball team has earned its way back to the Class AAAA final four.
It was an intense battle between Liberty County High and Americus-Sumter but the Panther boys edged out a 58-52 win to advance to the final four of the state playoffs. The Panthers won the game tonight in their home gym.
Former Liberty County High School and University of Tennessee basketball star Jordan McRae is bringing his game back to the United States, according to a report in an Australian newspaper.
The First Presbyterian Christian Academy boys' basketball team starts state-tournament play against Crisp Academy at 7 Thursday at David Emanuel Academy in Stillmore.
Bradwell Institute claimed a 6-4 win over Long County in baseball action Saturday in Ludowici.
Dalton Bryant and Quindon Montgomery combined for a no-hitter in Monday's 15-0 win over Groves in a non-region baseball game at Liberty County High School.
First Presbyterian Christian Academy's baseball team will host its first game of the season at 4:30 p.m. Friday against Appling Christian.
The Bradwell Institute soccer teams got a tie and win last Friday at Coffee
The Long County High School soccer teams got a sweep at Vidalia on Feb. 20.
Several Liberty County High School players competed at the first Football MVP Camp of the offseason Feb. 15 at Lowndes High School in Valdosta.
The Liberty County High School boys' basketball team played like a region-championship team Saturday.
First Presbyterian Christian Academy boys' basketball team beat Robert Toombs Christian Academy 73-58 Friday in Lyons to capture the region 2-AA title of the Georgia Independent School Association classification.
The bats seemed as cold as the blistering Georgia wind, but Bradwell came back from 3-0 Liberty County to take the game 8-6 in the final frame.
Bradwell swept Liberty County High School in soccer Thursday afternoon. The games were played early and cut to 30-minute halves to try and beat the dipping temperatures.
Long County dropped its first baseball game of the season Tuesday to Tattnall County, 15-10. Playing in Reidsville, the Battle Creek Warriors proved to be too much for the Blue Tide.