According to Rhett Hellgren, the high school baseball season begins this afternoon. The first-year Bradwell Institute baseball coach told his team that the season starts at 5 p.m. when Camden County comes to Hinesville for a Region 3-AAAAA opening game.
For the people in Liberty County who say there is nothing for children to do, they might want to check out the Community Kids Fest and Tiger Run on Saturday at Bradwell Park.
With winless Glynn Academy visiting Bradwell Institute, someone was leaving the ballpark with a win.
Liberty County High School baseball coach Steve Cotrell said his Panthers are ready to open the Region 3-AAA south season tonight.
Attendees who expected to hear University of Georgia football coach Mark Richt talk about the upcoming football season were in for a surprise Wednesday at Club Stewart.
STATESBORO - The Don Hansen Football Gazette honored three Georgia Southern football players, while naming two to the All-America team.
The Long County varsity baseball team won their home opener Monday against the Tattnall County Battle Creek Warriors,15-2.
The Bradwell Tigers girls and boys soccer teams both lost to Camden County last Saturday in Hinesville.
Junior Josh Magaw belted a three-run homer over the centerfield fence to give the Tigers a 3-2 lead in the third inning, but Savannah Christian stormed back with 11 runs to spoil the Tigers' 2007 home opener.
GREENSBORO, N.C. - The University of Miami women's basketball team closed a challenging 2006-07 season Thursday evening, falling to Georgia Tech, 66-52, in the first round of the ACC Tournament at the Greensboro Coliseum.
The 2006-2007 basketball season that was filled with so much excitement and marked a new beginning for the Highlanders closed Friday with an 86-50 loss to David Emanuel Academy.
The Fort Stewart Midget Boys (11-12 age division) won the Georgia Recreation and Parks Association District II Championship at Douglas on Feb. 24.
The Long County boys basketball team's season ended Thursday at the hands of powerhouse Randolph-Clay High School in the round of 16 for the state title.
GREENWOOD, S.C. - Regular-season champion Clayton State University built a 17-point second half lead and then held off a late Armstrong Atlantic State University rally to claim a 73-70 win, Thursday afternoon in the quarterfinals of the 2007 Peach Belt Conference women's basketball tournament.
Ben Floyd shot a 36 to lead Liberty County's golf team to a victory at Cherokee Rose on Feb. 26.
The Long County High School softball team got a no-hitter from pitcher Harley Dawson en route to winning its first Region 2-AA game of the season Tuesday by pummeling St. Vincent's Academy, 9-0, in five innings in Savannah.
The kicking game has been an adventure at Georgia Southern for the last two years.
Tuesday Night Open League
Former Bradwell Institute track star Quintunya Chapman earned a bronze medal in the heptathlon at the eighth annual North American, Central American and Caribbean Athletic Association (NACAC) Under-23 Championship in Athletics event last weekend in Kamloops, British Columbia.
Liberty County High School kicked off its softball season with a 10-3 win over Long County High School on Monday in Ludowici.
Recognized as a huge rite of passage, Ohio State Buckeye coach Urban Meyer announced he was removing the black stripes off the helmets of two freshmen - including Liberty County High School alum and OSU freshman linebacker Raekwon McMillan.
Bradwell Institute quarterback Duane Johnson won a 55-inch flat-screen TV in recognition of his 100 percent attendance to all team activities and practice in the spring, summer and fall. Johnson received the TV from new BI head coach Greg Hill on Monday.
The consensus seemed almost unanimous last month at the Sun Belt Football Media Day in New Orleans - whoever has a quarterback and plays defense will win the Sun Belt.
LCRD offering variety of fall programs
Any time a new coach inherits a wide receiver coming off a 1,000-yard season, it's a good reason to be excited. When the entire team barely cracked 1,000 receiving yards, one might think it would be a cause for concern.