The results for the first Liberty Regional Medical Center Relay for Life 5K have been posted online.
The Long County girls soccer team's Cinderella season ended May 4 with a loss to Greater Atlanta Christian School (13-4-1) in Atlanta.
Sixty-six Liberty County Recreation Department track athletes are headed to the Georgia Recreation and Parks Association State Track meet this weekend. The GRPA meet will be held Friday and Saturday in Augusta.
After two weeks of slamming pads and fighting the heat, the Long County football team will take the field Friday for the annual Blue/White Scrimmage.
Lady Panther Dejah Smith placed second in the discus throw at the state track meet last weekend in Albany.
The Liberty County Chamber of Commerce hosted its 10th annual golf tournament on April 29, presented by Coastal Electric Renewables.
Bradwell softball tryouts
First Presbyterian Christian Academy multisport athlete Trayvon Harris brought home two gold medals from the Georgia Independent School Association State Track Meet, which was held April 28-30 at Hugh Mills Stadium in Albany.
Liberty Regional Medical Center hosted its first 5K in support of the Liberty County Relay for Life on Friday evening.
First Presbyterian Christian Academy's baseball team got to host the first round of the state playoffs Thursday at St. James Field.
Local baseball player Christian Ruff is looking for a chance to be scouted by top baseball recruits this summer after being invited to attend the Baseball Factory Omaha National World Series camp.
Scott's All*Stars (13-4) finished 3-1 in Atlanta at the National Sweet 16 basketball tournament in April. Teams from across the United States competed in this tournament. Scott's All*Stars lost one game, which caused them to play for fifth place instead of first.
200 Club Savannah Mile scheduled for May 28
The Hinesville Hurricane semi-professional football team will be playing for their second championship ring this Saturday. The 'Canes beat the Jacksonville Blackhawks 38-26 winning their division and earning a shot for the title.
Liberty Regional Medical Center will host its first 5K for Life run/walk Friday to benefit the American Cancer Society and Relay for Life of Liberty County.
Fighting what seemed to be insurmountable odds, former Liberty County basketball player Jordan McRae is basking in the glory of playing in the NBA and ...
Former Bradwell Institute and Georgia track athlete, Quintunya Chapman is preparing for the Olympic trials in Eugene, Oregon, in July.
Long County football player Darvis Holmes signed a letter of intent June 12 to play football with Missouri.
Region 2-AA coaches recently released the names of players selected All-Region.
BB tourney here Fri.-Sunday
Whistles shrilled out across the track field at Bradwell Institute as the Tiger football team conducted summer conditioning activities last week.
Pumping iron, running sprints and hitting the tackle blocks is what the Liberty County football team has kept busy with throughout the spring. For the ...
(a) Schools must follow the statewide policy for conducting practices and voluntary conditioning workouts (including during the summer) in all sports during times of extremely ...
Region 2-AA coaches recently released the names of players who were selected to the all-region team.
Anticipation erupted into shrieks of joy and excitement at the Hinesville home of former Liberty County and First Presbyterian Christian Academy baseball player Richard Lovelady.
Area baseball fans got a treat Thursday as two former high school stars and now major league players faced each other on the diamond.
Former Liberty County and Tennessee basketball player Jordan McRae got his first few minutes on the hardwood during game 3 of the NBA Finals for ...
Lady Tigers conditioning
Bradwell Institute's football coaches and a few Tiger players spent the week having a little fun with aspiring players at the Liberty County Recreation ...
"Pick those feet up. Come on, now knees up," William Roberts yelled as he led a group of kids through a football drill Tuesday evening.