Sports editor's note: As prep sports wind down, marking the end of school and the beginning of summer vacation, the Coastal Courier will spotlight various athletes. In this spotlight we spoke with a female athlete on what it is like to play football with the boys and her true sporting goals for the future.
More than 100 students representing Liberty and Long counties, and Fort Stewart competed in the Special Olympics May 6 at Liberty Independent Troop Park's track.
Former Liberty County High School Raekwon McMillan is one of 11 Buckeye athletes and full time staff members in Jamaica for the week long Soles4Souls program, according to a press release from the Ohio State Buckeyes athletic website.
Highlander athletes recognized on awards night
Long County's senior baseball players were recognized during the team's recent Senior Night.
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.
After Nike's The Opening this past week, Liberty County football player Richard LeCounte was formally rated as a five-star recruit by 247Sports Wednesday.
Lady Tide sprinter Ja'Nya Bryant continued to excel on the track, raking in the medals during her summer break.
Former Liberty County and First Presbyterian Christian Academy baseball pitcher Richard Lovelady recorded his second professional baseball win Wednesday.
Scott's All*Stars participated in Battle of the Best Part 2 on July 8-10 in front of college coaches in Aiken, South Carolina.
Bradwell Lady Tigers Softball Conditioning and Tryouts
The grandson of Midway natives Edward and Sarah Stevens has won the 2016 USA Taekwondo Nationals Championships.
Sweat dripped from the 30 campers running drills. But the heat wasn't enough to keep them from learning the professional way of playing the ...
It took the Cleveland Cavaliers summer league three games before getting a win in Las Vegas. But that wasn't former Liberty County basketball player ...
Long County track star Cameron Taylor qualified for the 2016 Junior Olympics in the 800- and 3,000-meter races over the weekend.
SAVANNAH - The Two Hundred Club of the Coastal Empire is teaming up with the Savannah Bananas to host Red, White and Blue Night at Grayson ...
Three local Liberty County Recreation Department All-Star baseball and softball teams are headed to the Georgia Recreation and Parks Association state tournaments this week.
Liberty County basketball player Davion Mitchell is ranked number 34 overall among the top 150 Class of 2017 prospects, according to rivals.com.
According to Cleveland.com, former Liberty County football player Raekwon McMillan will represent Ohio State during the Big 10 Media Days in Chicago which runs ...
BI discount cards on sale
Several members of the Long County 4-H Club took part in the Georgia 4-H Horse Show early last month in Perry. The three-day event was ...