As Georgia Southern football coach Willie Fritz stepped to the podium for the Eagles' Signing Day news conference Feb. 4, the sometimes-overblown hyperbole of the day wasn't lost on him.
The Bradwell Institute Lady Tigers ended their season Monday with a 55-43 loss to Ware County in the first round of the Region 3-AAAAA at Effingham County High School.
Liberty County's basketball teams earned wins Saturday in their final games of the regular season.
The Region 2-AA basketball tournament continues today in Ludowici at Long County High School.
The Liberty County and Bradwell Institute baseball teams open their seasons next week.
First Presbyterian Christian Academy's boys are looking to close out the basketball season with a 10-0 region 2-AA mark.
Liberty County High School's soccer teams played Toombs County High for their pre-season scrimmages Friday night.
The Bradwell Institute basketball teams wrapped up the regular season Tuesday by splitting Region 3-AAAAA games at Statesboro.
Liberty County High School's Lady Panther basketball team went 1-1 last week, while the Panther boys' team won its two games.
The Long County High School boys' and girls' basketball teams dropped their final games of the regular season Friday against Benedictine Military School and St. Vincent's Academy in Savannah.
The Bradwell Institute soccer teams lost their scrimmages Tuesday against Wayne County in Jesup.
The First Presbyterian Christian Academy swimmers did well at the Georgia Independent School Association State Meet on Jan. 30 at Georgia Tech in Atlanta.
The We Run It track team competed at the Eastern High School Classic on Jan. 31 at the University of North Carolina.
STATESBORO, Ga. - The Georgia Southern football team added 22 student-athletes in the 2015 Signing Day Class as announced by Head Coach Willie Fritz.
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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.
First Presbyterian Christian Academy boys' basketball team fell one game shy of their goal Friday in the state tournament semi-final game against Monsignor Donovan Catholic School. Playing in front of a packed house at Mercer University the Highlanders boys fought hard but lost 64-52.
The Bradwell Institute hosted Statesboro High Tuesday in region 3-AAAAA soccer games. The Lady Tigers won, 1-0, in grand style, forcing double overtime before scoring.
Tiger baseball earned a 15-5 run-rule win in the fifth inning over New Hampstead High Friday at Bradwell.
Liberty County High School's baseball team holds a 5-1 record after downing Savannah Country Day, 3-2, Tuesday at home.
Long County High snapped two losing streaks Wednesday by beating Brantley County, 8-4, in Ludowici. The win ended the Blue Tide's five-game losing skid this season and ended an eight-game losing streak to the Herons.
The Long County High School soccer teams continue their winning ways, notching wins over Claxton High School and Bryan County last week.
Liberty County High School's home track meet Thursday was washed away by a storm that barreled through, but the Panthers placed well in the events held.