Liberty County School Board officials hoped to use Liberty County High School's new football stadium for graduation ceremonies this month. Unfortunately, neither the field nor the stadium is complete. But, board Superintendent Dr. Steve Wilmoth is confident the stadium will be ready for kickoff in September. Meanwhile, graduation ceremonies will be at Olvey Field.
Even though it is still four months before Long County takes on Savannah Country Day in their first football game, coach Kyle Wilson knows the spring training practices going on now will tell him a lot about where the team will be on that first Friday.
The surroundings were pristine as a local fisherman and the Courier traversed the marshland coast of McIntosh County to observe the ecosystem, and discuss the impending threats it faces.
Bradwell Institute junior varisty baseball coach Pete Woodard tells his kids to have fun while playing the game.
Bud Frankenthaler is at it again, competing in the Tri the Parks triathlon series that is.
The South Georgia Kings had a good showing recently at the King of the South Tournament at Lipscomb University in Nashville, Tenn.
It may only be spring, but Bradwell Institute's football team is going at it full speed.
The Smyrna Community Center was the latest stop for the Liberty County Recreation Department's Sport Taekwondo Team on their road to the USA Taekwondo National Qualifier in Miami, Fla.
Long County wrapped up its season Friday with a 12-2 loss in five innings to McIntosh County Academy in Darien.
On April 23 Bradwell Institute's boys track team won the Region 3-AAAAA title. Thursday through Saturday, they compete among the top runners, throwers and jumpers in the state at the Class AAAAA meet in Jefferson.
Despite Liberty County High School's baseball team missing the postseason this year, coach Steve Cotrell is excited about the future of the program.
The Hinesville Gators soccer teams are performing well at the Georgia State Recreation District tournament at James Brown Park.
The Long County High School football team beat Metter, 28-12, on Friday in Ludowici to pick up its first win of the year.
Changing regions came at a cost for Liberty County High School. Panther head football coach Kirk Warner was forced to find teams to replace the sub-region Augusta teams - and Savannah powerhouse Benedictine obliged.
Richmond Hill walked into Olvey Field and handed Bradwell Institute a 28-7 Region 3-AAAAA loss Friday.
It didn't take long on Friday for the Georgia Christian Generals to show that, despite not fielding a football team in more than 46 years, they still knew how to win.
The Long County High School softball team fell, 2-1, in eight innings to a strong Jeff Davis squad Thursday in Hazlehurst.
A big third-inning push by Effingham County helped give them an 8-0 win over Bradwell Institute on Thursday in Region 3-AAAAA softball action at BI.
It was a bit rough to be a football team located within Liberty County Friday night. At Donell Woods Stadium Benedictine showed why they made the state semi-finals last year taking down Liberty 44-13 in a non-region game.
The Long County High School football team will be back on the gridiron tonight when it hosts Metter at 7:30 p.m.
The Long County High School softball team beat McIntosh County, 8-0, on Wednesday in Ludowici.
Bradwell Institute has its first Region 3-AAAAA contest at 7:30 p.m. Friday when it hosts Richmond Hill at Olvey Field.
Liberty County High School will get an early feel for the postseason when the Panthers welcome regional power Benedictine to Donell Woods Stadium on Friday.
It was an exciting final three innings Tuesday, as the Liberty County High School Lady Panthers won its home softball game, 5-3, over Bradwell Institute in the teams' third matchup of the season.
By the time Liberty County High School sat their starters Friday, they had already put up 42 unanswered points against McIntosh County Academy in Darien.
Bradwell Institute dropped Long County claimed a 5-2 win over Bradwell Institute on Monday in a non-conference game at BI.
Bradwell Institute quarterbacks Duane Johnson and Stephen Felton combined to go 0 for 2 in passing during last Friday's 28-21 loss at Calvary Day in Savannah. But what the Tigers lacked in passing, they made up for by pounding the ball, rushing for 201 yards.