RICHMOND HILL - Richmond Hill High School stayed perfect on the season with a 28-6 win over Bradwell Institute, and the Tigers fell to 0-5 all time against a team the school had never played in football before 2012.
Liberty County High School finally got a chance to play their first region 2-AAA game Tuesday and won 44-20. The game played at Tattnall County High School against the Battle Creek Warriors had to be moved twice due to Hurricane Matthew.
After a four-day delay due to Hurricane Matthew, and then a forced one-half hour early start due to an unexpected power outage at Veteran's Field, the Long County verses Appling County football game finally got underway on Tuesday at 5:30 jp.m. in Ludowici.
Former Bradwell Institute and Georgia State University football player Ulrick John was picked up by the Arizona Cardinals last week.
Brendon Scott set multiple records during his career with the Long County Blue Tide and that helped earn him a scholarship to play football for LaGrange College.
The Georgia Southern football squad will take a break from Sun Belt play to take on Georgia Tech Saturday in Atlanta at Bobby Dodd Stadium. Kickoff is 12:30 p.m.
Long County's Lady Tide honored senior players Oct. 4 during the softball team's last game of the season.
There is no rest for the weary this week as Long County takes to the field for a second game in five days. The Blue Tide face the Pierce County Bears on Saturday.
Bradwell was set to open Region 2-AAAAAA play last week against Brunswick before Hurricane Matthew rolled up the East Coast.
All of the warm-up games for Long County's football team are over. Monday, the Blue Tide face Appling County in what will be the first region game of the year for both of the teams.
The Liberty County Panthers look to bounce back after their first loss of the 2016 season Sept. 30. They face the Tattnall County Battle Creek Warriors on Monday in both teams' first Region 2-AAA game of the year.
The Long County Lady Tide have had a tough week, losing to Appling County 17-1 and Pierce County 15-0.
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Bradwell Institute crowned their 2016 homecoming king and queen Friday night while also crushing the Lakeside Evans Panthers 31-7 at Hokey Jackson Stadium.
The Liberty County Panthers (11-1) knocked off the Sonoraville Phoenix (8-4) in the second round of the AAA state playoffs Friday by a final of ...
First Presbyterian Christian Academy opened the basketball season at Claxton Thursday, and the Highlanders won 77-61.
The hometown Ludowici fans got a real treat Tuesday as Long County kicked off the basketball season with wins over Bacon County.
The Bradwell Institute Tigers basketball team opened the 2016-17 season Saturday when they traveled across town to face inner-county rival Liberty County.
Long County track star Ja'Nya Bryant signed scholarship papers Wednesday to run for Kennesaw State University next year.
The Liberty County Panthers (11-1) advanced to the quarterfinals of the AAA state playoffs Friday night when they defeated the Sonoraville Phoenix (8-4) 28-14 in ...
The Bradwell Institute Tigers boys' basketball team open the 2016-17 season on Saturday, Nov. 19 when they travel across town to face off against inner-city ...
The Liberty County Panthers (10-1) made history last week when they defeated the Pike County Pirates to get to double-digit wins in a single season ...
Liberty County boys' basketball team started the season with an 83-75 win over Jenkins Saturday in Savannah.
First Presbyterian Christian Academy boys basketball team went 22-4 overall and 10-0 in their region last year to win their fourth state basketball title.
The Bradwell Institute Lady Tigers have not made the basketball playoffs since the 2012-13 season. However, with a new region of only five teams, their ...
Long County's boys and girls each had the annual Blue and White scrimmages Saturday to help prepare for the upcoming season.
When the Liberty County Panthers boys basketball team went 28-1 and won the AAAA state championship last season, everyone knew that there were some special ...
Liberty County had its annual softball banquet last week to honor the players, coaching staff and volunteers who made the 2016 season possible.