Only a few were brave enough to make the early morning start time for the Jingle Bell Jog on Dec. 15 at Fort Stewart. But for those who participated in the 3.5-mile run, it was an opportunity to honor loved ones currently deployed to Iraq.
Hinesville's Gary Guyton was among the All-stars chosen to play in the East West Shrine Game scheduled for Jan. 19 in Houston.
SAVANNAH - The Westin Savannah Harbor Golf Resort & Spa has announced a successful Holiday Golf Classic, part of the seventh annual Savannah Harbor Foundation Holiday Series.
The Liberty County Recreation Department honored volunteers who served as head coaches for three or more teams in different league sports during 2007. They were recognized for the efforts during the department's December board meeting.
Former Liberty County Panther Kaneetha Gordon helped the AASU Lady Pirates to a 2-0 record in their final game of the 2007 Chatham Orthopedics Holiday Classic in Savannah on Dec. 19.
LCRD Pee-Wee Football playoff scores
A few weeks ago, the Lady Tigers softball team gathered at the Western Sizzlin' to enjoy a family style dinner and host their annual award banquet.
The Swimming Highlanders keep progressing as the season continues. During a meet in Macon on Dec. 16, sixth grader Chandler Zable challenged herself to swim the 100-yard individual medley.
I had the pleasure of attending the Liberty County Athletic Hall of Fame Banquet on Dec. 13 and watch five deserving gentlemen be inducted into the Hall of Fame. It was a grand affair, beautifully catered by Club Stewart and an evening filled with laughter as well as humility and modesty.
The Lady Highlanders received an early present from Santa in the form of their first victory on the basketball court Dec. 18. They managed to take a 16-point lead over Citizens Christian Academy in their 38-22 win. The junior varsity and varsity Highlanders followed suit by claiming victories over CCA as well.
The Bradwell Tigers junior varsity basketball team is off to a good start with a record of 6-1.
ATLANTA - Athletes for a Better World and the Georgia High School Association have announced a partnership with the creation of the Vincent J. Dooley Awards and Scholarships program.
The varsity boys and girls basketball teams from Faith Baptist Christian Academy in Ludowici won the inaugural GCA Christmas Invitational Tournament hosted in the Glennville Christian Academy gymnasium this past weekend.
The Lady Tigers bounced back from a 21-point loss Dec. 15 against Glynn by handing the Lady Brunswick Pirates a 28-point loss Dec. 18. Not to be outdone, the Tigers beat the Pirates by 40 points.
The Liberty County Panthers took on the Camden County Wildcats in a non-region battle of the mighty felines Dec. 15. The Panthers improved their record to 7-2 and the Lady Panthers are 8-1 as they enter the Christmas break and get ready for intense regional action starting the New Year.
Bradwell Institute's baseball team lost on the road last weekend, but scored a victory at home Thursday over Long County.
Bradwell hosted Richmond Hill Tuesday on Olvey Field and despite big saves from goal keepers Christiana Eskridge and Reina Richardson the girls lost, 7-0. The BI girls slip to 3-7 overall and 0-6 in Region 3-AAAAA.
Bradwell's track teams continue to do well.
It was a quick trip to and from Garden City Thursday as the liberty County High School baseball team wrapped up a 17-1 win in four innings. The Panther boys had the game sealed in the first inning driving in 13 runs off 10 hits.
Bradwell Institute hosted Richmond Hill and Liberty County High School played at Savannah Christian in soccer games but both local prep schools suffered losses Tuesday.
The Long County High School Lady Tide soccer team had the luck of the Irish with them on St. Patrick's Day.