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.
ELON, N.C. - Georgia Southern lost another overtime heartbreaker, dropping a 36-33 decision at Elon on Oct. 13. The Eagles fell to 4-2 overall and 1-2 in the Southern Conference.
The Lady Panthers completed their softball season with a record number of wins that took them to the playoffs. They ended their season with an overall record of 13-8 and 7-6 in 3S-AAA region.
"We just failed to come out and play Panther-style football," head coach Kirk Warner said when questioned about their 7-20 loss at the hands of the Burke County Bears.
ATHENS - For the second time this season, Georgia senior Brandon Coutu has been named a Lou Groza Collegiate Place-kicker Award Star of the Week, the Palm Beach Sports Commission announced Monday.
The Long County High School Homecoming Week started Monday and promises to be a week full of activities for previous alumni, current students and anyone now calling Long County home.
Former Bradwell Institute and Georgia State University player Ulrick John will be at South Georgia Bank for a special meet and greet to raise funds for Relay For Life. The Indianapolis Colts picked former Tiger and later GSU Panther offensive lineman in the seventh round of the 2014 NFL Draft.
Liberty County High School hosted New Hampstead in soccer where the boys fell 5-2 and the girls triumphed with a 6-0 win in region 3-AAAA action Tuesday.
Three Scott's All*Stars players will receive championship rings for winning the GHSA state championship, according to coach and Founder Marcus Scott IV.
The Bradwell Institute baseball team was defeated by South Effingham 10-4 during their second Region 3-AAAAA matchup in Guyton Wednesday.
Liberty Panthers first baseman Jacari Roberts crushed a pitch to the center-field gap, scoring Jacob Albertson to give the Panthers a 2-1 victory in eight innings against Bryan County on Monday at LCHS.
Perennial power South Effingham pounded out 12 hits, including three home runs, in defeating Bradwell Institute 12-2 on Monday afternoon at BI in the Tigers' inaugural game against the Mustangs in Region 3-AAAAA.
Liberty County High School football player Jacquez Williams was surprised to learn he was named the Mike Reed Chevrolet/Coastal Courier Panther player of the year for the 2014 season.
First Presbyterian Christian Academy's baseball team is 1-1-1 on the season after thumping Appling Christian, 14-1, Monday at home.
Long County High School running back Brendon Scott receives his Coastal Courier/Mike Reed Chevrolet Long County Player of the Year trophy from Coastal Courier sportswriter Mike Riddle on Tuesday. In 2014, Scott led Long County with 1,447 rushing yards. He also made the All-Region 2-AA First Team and earned honorable mention on the Class AA All-State team.
Lynn Pace, who owned and operated Dixie Stables Farms in Allenhurst for 45 years, was honored at the American Saddlebred Association of Georgia's annual banquet Feb. 21 in the State Botanical Gardens in Athens.