Whistles shrilled out across the track field at Bradwell Institute as the Tiger football team conducted summer conditioning activities last week.
Pumping iron, running sprints and hitting the tackle blocks is what the Liberty County football team has kept busy with throughout the spring. For the Panthers, going 8-4 overall last year and finishing 3-1 in Region 3-AAAA was just a starting point as they look to climb higher up the playoff ladder.
(a) Schools must follow the statewide policy for conducting practices and voluntary conditioning workouts (including during the summer) in all sports during times of extremely high heat and/or humidity that will be signed by each head coach at the beginning of each season and distributed to all players and their parents or guardians. The policy shall follow modified guidelines of the American College of Sports Medicine in regard to:
Region 2-AA coaches recently released the names of players who were selected to the all-region team.
Anticipation erupted into shrieks of joy and excitement at the Hinesville home of former Liberty County and First Presbyterian Christian Academy baseball player Richard Lovelady.
Area baseball fans got a treat Thursday as two former high school stars and now major league players faced each other on the diamond.
Former Liberty County and Tennessee basketball player Jordan McRae got his first few minutes on the hardwood during game 3 of the NBA Finals for the Cleveland Cavaliers.
Lady Tigers conditioning
Bradwell Institute's football coaches and a few Tiger players spent the week having a little fun with aspiring players at the Liberty County Recreation Department. And while the group was all smiles, cheers and a few laughs, the kids also learned lessons about football.
"Pick those feet up. Come on, now knees up," William Roberts yelled as he led a group of kids through a football drill Tuesday evening.
The Liberty County Recreation Department competed at the 2016 Georgia Recreation and Parks Association Class A State Track and Field championships.
The Southern Stixx, a traveling baseball team from Long County, won a recent 12U baseball tournament in Rincon.
Former Liberty County Panther and First Presbyterian Christian Academy Highlander baseball player Richard Lovelady was drafted by the Kansas City Royals in the 10th round of the 2016 MLB draft Friday.
According to a report on bleacherreport.com, former Liberty County and current Ohio State linebacker Raekwon McMillan could be the best middle linebacker in the country and a top-10 pick in the 2017 NFL draft. Last year, McMillan led the squad with 119 total tackles, four for loss, and a fumble recovery. A junior this year, McMillan is expected to lead the defense as teammates Darron Lee and Joshua Perry pursue their NFL careers.
The job of a recreation department director can be tough.
CLAXTON - Martin NeSmith, the president of NeSmith Chevrolet Buick GMC in Claxton and NeSmith Chevrolet Buick GMC of Jesup, announced that the dealership is the ...
According to Cleveland.com, the Cleveland Cavaliers have exercised their option on former Liberty County and Tennessee basketball player Jordan McRae.
Former First Presbyterian Christian Academy baseball player Richard Lovelady has notched his first win as a professional baseball player.
STATESBORO - The deadline to register for Georgia Southern's Second Annual Women's Football Clinic, sponsored by East Georgia Regional Medical Center in Statesboro, has ...
Former Faith Baptist Christian Academy and Glennville native JJ Frazier was named one of the top 25 seniors for the 2016-17 basketball season by Bleacher ...
The Long County 12 and under girls softball team recently won the Lyons Invitational Softball Tournament held in Toombs County. Top row: Coach Earl Freeman ...
GHSA 'dead week'
The following teams are the 2016 Liberty County Recreation Department baseball champions: