LUDOWICI - The Long County Touchdown Club is continuing its support of the Blue Tide Football Team.
Two interceptions, good passing and scrambling skills, solid catches by receivers and powerful running through the middle gave the Bradwell Institute Tiger varsity squad a two-touchdown advantage over the Statesboro Blue Devils in a scrimmage Friday night.
The Hinesville Hurricanes got their second and third win of the season the same way they got their first win.
The Liberty County Lady Panthers hit the road to start their softball season this afternoon at the Tattnall County Tournament starting at 4 p.m. at the Glennville Recreation Center. Their first game is against Toombs and their second game at 6 p.m. pits the Lady Panthers against the Lady Warriors of Tattnall County High School.
While most players on the varsity squad were startes last season some are fitting into the new roles this year.
The Bradwell Institute Lady Tigers take the softball field to open the season at the Paulson Tournament tomorrow at 10 a.m., in Savannah. With an experienced group of returning players head coach Sharyl Eastlake and assistant coach Jeff Eastlake think they have the talent to take the team to the next level.
The Lewis Frasier Middle School cheerleaders went to Georgia Southern University to participate in the University Cheerleading Associations (UCA) cheerleading camp held July 14-17. The camp helps cheerleaders focus on proper techniques for cheering and stunting. It also helps the young girls boost their self-esteem, build confidence, focus, and have fun in a safe, supervised environment. This year, the girls won first place for cheer (middle school division), most improved (middle and high school division) and they won 2 superior ribbons and 2 excellent ribbons, as well as a spirit stick (for great spirit throughout the camp session).
While most of the attention is focused on skill positions like the quarterback, wide receivers and running backs the Tigers are shifting their focus on special teams, namely their kickers, or lack thereof.
The Long County High School softball team kicks off their season this Friday and Saturday, playing in the Tattnall County Ladies Softball Tournament.
The Liberty County Panthers have tweaked their offense to fit their players' size and speed and for Panther defensive coordinator Thomas Desbiens it was an opportunity to have his players learn to read the shotgun spread.
Everyone who remembers Henry "Hank" White says the same thing. He loved children and was committed to helping students further their education. This legacy was celebrated Saturday morning during the Henry "Hank" White Golf Tournament at Cherokee Rose Country Club.
NEW YORK - Cameras flashing by the dozens, a wide-eyed Brett Favre took his first steps into the New York spotlight.
After missing last season with a knee injury Bradwell Institute's Wilson Brown says he is anxious to get back into the game as the Tigers' starting quarterback.
With two seasons of snaps under his belt junior Julian Stokes will likely be the starting quarterback for the Liberty County Panthers this season. Stokes started taking snaps as a freshman when the starting quarterback was injured and out with a dislocated shoulder.
Fighting among siblings is not an unusual thing for parents to encounter. But sibling who approach fighting as a sport and become world titleholders is quite another thing.
Lady Blue Tide softball player Caitlyn Wingate signed to play for South Georgia State College during a ceremony at Long County High School Friday.
Liberty County football players Richard LeCounte and Jacquez Williams received their All-Region trophies from the Georgia High School Coaches Association last week.
Liberty County played Saturday at New Hampstead in Region 3-AAAA games. The Panthers remain undefeated in region play, beating the Phoenix 97-74. The Lady Panthers ...
The Long County boys' basketball team beat Bryan County 65-53 in Pembroke on Friday in a big Region 2-AA game.
The Long County girls' basketball team went 1-1 over the weekend, picking up a win over Bryan County and falling to Ware County.
Bradwell Institute's junior varsity boys' basketball team and Lewis Frasier's eighth-grade girls' basketball team finished as runners-up for the 23rd annual Donell Woods ...