Liberty County's basketball teams earned wins Saturday in their final games of the regular season.
The Region 2-AA basketball tournament continues today in Ludowici at Long County High School.
The Liberty County and Bradwell Institute baseball teams open their seasons next week.
First Presbyterian Christian Academy's boys are looking to close out the basketball season with a 10-0 region 2-AA mark.
Liberty County High School's soccer teams played Toombs County High for their pre-season scrimmages Friday night.
The Bradwell Institute basketball teams wrapped up the regular season Tuesday by splitting Region 3-AAAAA games at Statesboro.
Liberty County High School's Lady Panther basketball team went 1-1 last week, while the Panther boys' team won its two games.
The Long County High School boys' and girls' basketball teams dropped their final games of the regular season Friday against Benedictine Military School and St. Vincent's Academy in Savannah.
The Bradwell Institute soccer teams lost their scrimmages Tuesday against Wayne County in Jesup.
The First Presbyterian Christian Academy swimmers did well at the Georgia Independent School Association State Meet on Jan. 30 at Georgia Tech in Atlanta.
The We Run It track team competed at the Eastern High School Classic on Jan. 31 at the University of North Carolina.
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Georgia Southern Men's Basketball continues its five-game home stand tonight as in-state rival Georgia State visits Hanner Fieldhouse.
Liberty County's semi-professional football team, the Hinesville Hurricanes, opened the season Saturday with an 18-15 win over the Jacksonville Black Hawks.
The Long County High School baseball team went 2-1 last week, beating New Hampstead High School (1-8) and McIntosh County (0-8), but falling to Benedictine Military School (8-4).
Bradwell Institute was looking to earn Region 3-AAAAA wins on the soccer field Tuesday. But the South Effingham High School Mustangs had other plans, as they swept the Tiger teams on Olvey Field.
This year, the Bradwell Institute baseball team has scheduled its region 3-AAAAA games a bit differently than in previous years. The Tigers are playing each region opponent three times in one week, starting last week when they went 0-3 against South Effingham.
Turkey season opened Saturday, and the Coastal Chapter of the National Wild Turkey Federation did its part to ensure that only legal hunters get gobblers.
The MJM Foundation Inc. and Georgia Coastal Youth Inc. will host the Inaugural "Two Person Captains Choice" Golf Tournament at 1:30 p.m. April 18 at Cherokee Rose Country Club.
The 11thannual MLK Golf Tournament is set for noon Saturday, April 11, at the Taylor's Creek Golf Course.
The Long County High School girls' basketball team had its awards banquet March 12 at the Western Sizzlin in Jesup.
Long County native Cassandra Pelton recently won two archery competitions.
A soggy field and a light drizzle didn't stop the Liberty County High School Lady Panther soccer team from defeating Toombs County, 6-1, Friday afternoon in Lyons.
First Presbyterian Christian Academy earned its first Region 2-AA win of the season Friday by winning at Twiggs Academy, 6-5.
Bradwell Institute's baseball team is off to a 0-4 Region 3-AAAAA start after losing three games to South Effingham last week and falling at Statesboro on Monday.
Three Scott's All*Stars players will receive championship rings for winning the GHSA state championship, according to coach and founder Marcus Scott IV.
Friday afternoon proved to be a good day to play baseball, despite the weather, as the Liberty County Panthers beat Burke County twice in a Region 3-AAAA doubleheader in Waynesboro.
Liberty County High School was well represented on the All-Region 3-AAAA boys' basketball awards, which were announced last week.
Bradwell Institute girls' soccer player Cat Wood on Friday officially penned her name to play soccer and study animal science at Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College.