The Hinesville Hurricanes suffered a devastating loss to their division rivals, the Atlanta Prime, in the regular season home opener at Lewis Frasier Middle School Saturday night.
By rejuvenating Team Hinesville, Olympic weightlifting hopeful Jenna Bussard assumed a coaching role for the youth and young adults in the area, and her weightlifting team has already begun to excel.
Long County's Dustin McGowan (5-4) had another stellar performance Thursday, as his Toronto Blue Jays beat Oakland 10-3.
Liberty County Martin Luther King Jr. Observance Committee's third annual Scholarship Fundraiser Golf Tournament at Cherokee Rose Country Club in Hinesville begins at 1 p.m. on Aug. 4.
As of Wednesday, July 4, it's been proven. Fort Stewart's Morale, Welfare and Recreation organization knows how to throw a party.
After returning to the postseason in 2006, the Bradwell Institute Tigers are eager to not only return, but to win a state playoff game.
Hundreds of people did not let a blazing hot sun producing 94 plus degree temperatures deter them from enjoying the early activities of Summer Slam.
Dustin McGowan was three pitches away from the history books Monday in giving up one hit to the Colorado Rockies. But Friday, he struggled early and picked up his fourth loss of the year, as Toronto lost 5-3 to the Seattle Mariners.
Employees come and go. That is the nature of business. The Liberty County Recreation Department honored one of its departing employees Friday at Western Sizzlin.
By Jimmy Currier
After making history last season with the school's first winning season and playoff bid, the Liberty County Panthers are out to prove in 2007 that last season was not a fluke.
BRUNSWICK - After suffering an 11-0 defeat to start the Georgia Recreation and Parks Association District 2 softball tournament, the Liberty County Recreation Department's Mite team won two straight games Thursday before being eliminated by Douglas late Thursday afternoon.
The Long County High School softball team was all smiles Friday as the Lady Tide clinched a playoff berth in the state tournament.
It took two and a half years, a lot of hard work, determination and a willingness to keep the faith, but the First Presbyterian Christian Academy football team finally was rewarded for its patience Friday night. The Highlanders beat Crisp Academy, 18-6, and notched the first win in program history.
Bradwell Institute's football team waded in the swamps and eventually got eaten by the Gators, falling 33-0 in a Region 3-AAAAA game at Ware County High in Waycross.
Liberty County High School opened Region 3-AAAA action Friday at Wayne County, where the Yellow Jackets shut out the Panthers, 29-0.
The Long County High School football team fell to Bacon County, 52-7, on Friday in Alma.