Skyler Hoffer stepped up to the mound to open up the game between the Liberty County Panthers and the Benedictine Cadets Friday afternoon. He would step off the mound after 5 innings as the Panthers decided they wanted an early night and took the Cadets down 13-2.
The Liberty County Lady Panthers are holding their breath in anticipation as they wait to hear whether their win on Friday over the South Effingham Mustangs was enough to get them in the playoffs. They needed the win to get in, but it may come down to goal differentials. They may have to wait until after spring break.
Barely one year old, the Liberty Mat Rats wrestling team has already competed in eight tournaments and medal in all except one.
The Bradwell Tigers men's soccer squad solidified a second place standing in 3-AAAAA with a 2-0 victory over the Savannah Arts Academy Panthers Thursday evening.
The Tigers made the trip to Savannah Tuesday, only to have Mother Nature postpone the game for a day. And when the Tigers returned Wednesday afternoon, Jenkins proved to be a too much for Bradwell.
ATLANTA - Jair Jurrjens hasn't been around long enough for Braves fans to know a lot about him. But based on the rousing applause they provided when he exited Wednesday night's game at Turner Field, they like what they've seen so far.
LUDOWICI - The Long County Blue Tide lost to the Savannah Christian Red Raiders Tuesday 4-2, dropping their third game in a row.
After losing to Windsor Forest and defeating Beach by forfeit the Bradwell Tigers got two wins against Johnson High Tuesday night, but were playing for more.
LUDOWICI - Fans from both Long and Appling counties got one of those "both teams deserve to win" games Friday.
After keeping the Robert Toombs Academy within reach for 4 innings, the First Presbyterian Highlanders allowed the Crusaders to open up the hits late in last Tuesday's match.
Sport Taekwondo Center associates won 10 medals and 8 trophies at a National Open Martial Arts Championships on March 8 in Rome.
The Liberty County Lady Panther soccer team is hoping to do something they didn't do last season - make it to the playoffs.
Several students from First Presbyterian Christian Academy volunteered by helping at the Special Olympics last week. The volunteers described their day with the athletes as a wonderful experience.
Liberty County split its games on the softball diamond last week.