The Atlanta Falcons are in the Super Bowl. Just let those eight words sink in for a minute.
Liberty County's Jaalon Frazier, Antonio Golden and Tracy White, and Long County's Tariq Carpenter and Gerald "L.G." Williams, all signed letters of intent on Wednesday to play college football.
With the regular season winding down, the Long County boys basketball team picked up a big Region 2-AAA win Friday, beating Pierce County.
Scott's All*Stars will have tryouts next weekend for the program's eight season.
After a victory over Richmond Hill, the Lady Panthers of Liberty County extended their winning streak Friday to three with a 68-51 win over Brantley County.
There was much to celebrate Friday at the St. James Sports Center. The FPCA Highlanders had their annual homecoming game against tough region opponent Citizens Christian Academy.
Following the loss to Brunswick High the previous Friday, the Bradwell Institute Tigers and Lady Tigers bounced back with Tuesday night victories over Effingham County. The girls won 60-49 and the boys went up 62-60.
Former Bradwell Institute assistant head football coach Ross Couch can take the word "assistant" from his title.
Black Creek-based Daniel Defense got quite a bit of air on cable news shows a few years ago when owner Marty Daniel went on Fox News to claim the NFL wouldn't let him run a TV ad on the Super Bowl.
The FPCA basketball team has been busy racking up wins in their region. The reigning GISA champions grabbed two wins last week against region opponents Memorial Day School and Robert Toombs Christian Academy.
In a hard fought game that went back and forth all night, the Long County girls basketball team fell to Tattnall County 58-54 Friday.
The Long County boys basketball team hosted arch-rival Tattnall County Friday in a big 2-AAA matchup.
In high school basketball action over the weekend, Liberty County picked up a victory on the road against Appling County with a 73-55 victory.
In the final home football game in the Georgia Dome, the Atlanta Falcons were able to punch their ticket to Super Bowl 51 with a dominating 44-21 victory Sunday against the Green Bay Packers in the NFC Championship game.
Since Nov. 7, Marne Lanes of Fort Stewart has been going through renovations to replace the old pinsetter machines, with a set of brand new set of pinsetter machines for all 32 bowling lanes.
This past weekend, District 9 Track Club participated in the USATF Youth Indoor National Championships. The USATF Youth Indoor National Championship was held at the ...
Bradwell Institute's Darryll Johnson was named by coaches to the boys' first-team All-Region 2-AAAAAA basketball team, it was announced Tuesday.
Former Liberty County track and field star Courtney Bennett placed first and won the shot put competition in the 2017 Ohio Valley Conference Indoor Championships ...
First Presbyterian Christian Academy soccer star Cecilia Graham signed Wednesday to play collegiate soccer for Georgia Military College.
The Liberty County High School baseball played three games in three days this past week, with two contests being at home and one on the ...
Liberty County's track and field team hosted their third home meet of the season Thursday, competing against Wayne County, Richmond Hill and Bradwell Institute ...
2017 LCRD All-Star basketball results in the Georgia Recreation and Parks Association district and state tournaments
The Long County 14 and under All-Star basketball team captured the Georgia Recreation Parks Association state championship Saturday.
Bradwell Institute hosted the fourth annual Readie Kelly Invitational over the weekend, featuring track and field members from Bradwell, Richmond Hill, Glynn Academy, South Effingham ...
The Long County Blue Tide baseball team (3-6) defeated the Bradwell Institute Tigers (3-5) Monday night 10-6.
The FPCA varsity soccer teams began their season on Feb. 27 at the St. James Sports Center. The varsity girls won with an 8-0 shutout ...
The 2017 Sun Belt Conference Men's and Women's basketball tournaments begin this week in New Orleans.
Despite Friday's loss to Furtah Prep in the GISA Final Four, the FPCA Highlanders' 2016-17 season was packed with wins and achievements.
A nationally ranked player contributed to the Liberty County High School 71-62 loss Saturday to Pace Academy in the AAA State Basketball semifinals.
The Georgia Southern women's basketball team (13-17, 9-10 SBC) closed out the season on Tuesday evening, losing to the Arkansas State Red Wolves (7-24 ...