The Long County High School boys' Blue Tide Basketball team will have a scrimmage game this Friday, followed by an alumni game to get ready for the upcoming season.
Thanksgiving is the time to give thanks for the things in life we cherish and for the love of family and friends.
In only their third season, the First Presbyterian Christian Academy men's basketball team is chasing a title. Last year the team surprised many when they made it to the final four with a squad consisting primarily of freshman and sophomores. This year they enter the season ranked number three in the state in the Georgia Independent School Association.
Football is over and so are the basketball scrimmages. Now it's time for some real basketball.
Outsized, outplayed and outscored.
The Hinesville Gators 12 and under co-ed soccer team brought home a first-place trophy after competing in the statewide Kohl's Cup Soccer Tournament last weekend.
While the Wildcats are plagued by penalties the Tigers stumbled with a few too many turnovers. With 10:26 left in the first half the Tigers trail 21-0.
With much of the focus on the Highlanders' men's squad run in the final four last season, many failed to realize there was another squad of Highlanders hitting the hoops. Under head coach Rosby Fraiser, a 1987 Bradwell Institute graduate and former Lady Tiger basketball player, the talents for the Lady Highlanders are being developed.
University of Miami and former Bradwell Tiger, Charmaine Clark put up double digits to help the Hurricane's Women's basketball team get their first victory in a 64-45 win over FAU Nov. 9. It was the Hurricanes season opener and Clark scored 14 points.
When Julie Daffron took over last year as head coach for the Long County girls' basketball team, she knew she had her work cut out for her.
Two Lady Panthers' basketball players, who verbally committed to Georgia Tech last year as juniors, made it official Wednesday morning as they signed on the dotted line.
Playoff results from the Liberty County Recreation Department fall baseball season:
The Liberty County Recreation Department flag football championship trophy was awarded to the Panthers, while the second-place trophy was awarded to the Yellow Jackets.
First Presbyterian Christian Academy's baseball team is 1-1-1 on the season after thumping Appling Christian, 14-1, Monday at home.
Long County High School running back Brendon Scott receives his Coastal Courier/Mike Reed Chevrolet Long County Player of the Year trophy from Coastal Courier sportswriter Mike Riddle on Tuesday. In 2014, Scott led Long County with 1,447 rushing yards. He also made the All-Region 2-AA First Team and earned honorable mention on the Class AA All-State team.
Lynn Pace, who owned and operated Dixie Stables Farms in Allenhurst for 45 years, was honored at the American Saddlebred Association of Georgia's annual banquet Feb. 21 in the State Botanical Gardens in Athens.