The varsity soccer team at First Presbyterian Christian Academy has set a new record. They are the only second-year team without a senior class representative that has made it to the final four in the Georgia Independent School Association (GISA) state playoffs.
The Tigers donned on their chemical suits and neutralized the Johnson Atomsmashers in a spectacular 56-6 victory in Savannah on Saturday night.
Powerhouse plays and a tough-standing defense brought the Panthers back into the winners' column with a slashing 42-7 victory over the Richmond Hill Wildcats on Friday.
Long County High School Blue Tide lost to Savannah Christian 44-26 Friday night. With the loss, the Blue Tide will have to play spoilers for the remainder of the year, as their hopes of a 2-AA playoff berth realistically ended. Read Wednesday's Courier for more information.
Being able to show your school colors and mascot during an athletic event is part showing your school pride.
Savannah Christian defeated the Long County Tide 44-26.
"We need to continue to execute, that's all there is to it," Tigers' football head coach Jim Walsh Jr. said when asked if he had a particular strategy in mind for Saturday's away game against the Johnson Atomsmashers.
STATESBORO - Senior Jayson Foster (Canton/Cherokee County) and his impressive statistics in the 2007 season have earned him another honor. Foster was named Tuesday to the Walter Payton Award watch list, as announced by The Sports Network.
Although Olvey Field is not the permanent home for the Liberty County Panthers, it is tonight as the Richmond Hill Wildcats invade the Panthers' homecoming arena.
The crowd will be out is full force tonight to support the Long County Blue Tide football team.
First Presbyterian Christian Academy's varsity and B-squad soccer teams continue to kick in the points and tally up the wins. Head coach Tom Sukaratana is pleased with the performance of both of his squads.
Long County took on the Jeff Davis Yellow Jackets on Friday in Hazlehurst in a 2-AA Region game, but came up a little short, 27-28.
The Long County High School baseball team last year missed making the state playoffs by one game, finishing with a 13-13 overall record and an 8-10 mark in Region 2-AA.
Last year was only the second year of the Long County High School soccer program's existence, but both the girls' and boys' teams had quality years.
Liberty County High School's basketball teams played Region 3-AAAA tournament games last week, and the Panther boys took home the championship trophy.
Bradwell Institute claimed a 9-4 scrimmage win Thursday at Tattnall County.
The Liberty County High School soccer teams had rough times in their season openers Thursday.
The Long County High School boys and girls basketball teams wrapped up their seasons this week, falling in the quarterfinals of the Region 2-AA tournament.
Bradwell Institute's soccer teams kicked off their seasons with home games last week against Brunswick on Tuesday and Long County on Thursday.
It wasn't the perfect ending to what could have been the perfect season for the First Presbyterian Christian Academy boys' basketball team.
The Long County High School girls' basketball team had one of its best showings of the year Tuesday by destroying Groves, 69-20, in the first round of the Region 2-AA Tournament in Ludowici.
The Long County High School boys' basketball team shocked everyone but themselves Tuesday.
As Georgia Southern football coach Willie Fritz stepped to the podium for the Eagles' Signing Day news conference Feb. 4, the sometimes-overblown hyperbole of the day wasn't lost on him.
The Bradwell Institute Lady Tigers ended their season Monday with a 55-43 loss to Ware County in the first round of the Region 3-AAAAA at Effingham County High School.
Liberty County's basketball teams earned wins Saturday in their final games of the regular season.
The Region 2-AA basketball tournament continues today in Ludowici at Long County High School.
The Liberty County and Bradwell Institute baseball teams open their seasons next week.