Bradwell Institute continued its area track dominance, defeating McIntosh County Academy on Thursday.
The Long County Blue Tide baseball team lost two competitive games this week to the Charlton County Indians and the Ware County Gators.
Friday evening, fans expected a pitching duel and that's what they got as Liberty County's Skyler Hoffer and Burke County's Brandon Love locked horns for over six innings.
Bradwell Institute's soccer team is poised to go to the state playoffs for the first time since 2002. Even bigger news is the Tigers are still in the hunt for the Region 3-AAAAA crown.
After watching his team either pop out or strike out for eight of 11 outs, Bradwell Institute baseball coach Rhett Hellgren was willing to do anything to get the Tigers to put the ball in play.
The ping of the bat was heard all afternoon as the Tigers made hit after hit against Windsor Forest on Tuesday.
After a successful 2006 season, the St. James Coastal Crew Rebels are ready to get 2007 under way.
It's easy to see why Jenna Bussard is one of the strongest women in the world.
Hinesville Hurricanes players and coaches talked about their strategy and goals for the upcoming season during a recent practice. They revealed a common theme - everyone is chasing the ring.
After dropping a 9-7 decision at Wayne County on Friday, Liberty County High School's baseball team rebounded Saturday to defeat Long County 10-0 in five innings.
The Liberty County Recreation Department has a storied basketball tradition, with several Georgia Recreation and Parks Association championship teams. One more team has written their names in the annals of rec basketball history.
Liberty County boys track coach Keith McGee admits not having Josh McNair will make it more difficult for the Panthers to win meets this season. McNair, who won the Class AAA state championship in discus the past two seasons was a lock at first place in every meet. McNair graduated last May and is now competing at Kennesaw State University.
Long County came up a little short Friday night, losing to Pierce County 3-2 in the Blue Tide's Region 2-AA opener.
Several athletes of the Sport Taekwondo Center of Hinesville are still celebrating their wins at Georgia Southern University's first annual taekwondo tournament on Feb. 24.
Georgia Southern football began Tuesday with the first week of spring practice.
Bradwell Institute's soccer teams had a split with Calvary Day on Tuesday at Olvey Field. The girls lost, 6-0, but the Tiger boys won, 5-1, to start the season 2-0. At Liberty County on Tuesday, the Lady Panthers topped Toombs County, 2-0, for their first win of the season.
Two points separated the Region 3-AAAA champion from the second-place team. Unfortunately for fans of Liberty County High School boys' basketball, that advantage went in Glenn Hills' favor.
Page 1 of 1