STATESBORO - It's pretty hard to look back at Georgia Southern's inaugural season in the Football Bowl Subdivision and find anything that could be a weak spot. After all, it's tough to argue with a conference championship and an undefeated Sun Belt record to boot.
The annual football game between Liberty County High School and Bradwell Institute is one of the most-anticipated games for local fans.
First Presbyterian Christian Academy will host the Briarwood Buccaneers at 7:30 p.m. Friday at Long Bell Stadium in Hinesville.
The Long County High School football team opens its 2015 regular season Friday against Tattnall County in Reidsville. The year also ushers in a new era for the Blue Tide, with new head coach Eric McNair heading up the team.
Bradwell Institute recorded its first win of the season Saturday, beating Jenkins County 12-3 during the Battle of the 'Boro softball tournament at Mill Creek Regional Park in Statesboro.
Long County continued to roll Monday, picking up its fourth win in a row by beating Liberty County 4-0 in high-school softball action in Ludowici.
Long County Assistant Head Coach and Defensive Coordinator Jeff Miller had a brief health scare Monday morning.
SPRINGFIELD - The Liberty County Panthers showed flashes of their big-play capability, but they also made too many mistakes to erase Friday night.
Bulloch Academy dominated First Presbyterian Christian Academy in the season opener for both teams as the Gators handed the Highlanders a 37-0 defeat Friday night at Long Bell Stadium in Hinesville.
Bradwell Institute's Region 3-AAAAA opener was in the second inning Thursday in Hinesville when lightning delayed the game. It was soon called because of torrential rain. The game was rescheduled for today at 5 p.m.
After a scorching 3-0 start to the season, the Long County softball team cooled off a bit, going 2-3 over its last five games.
STATESBORO - The Georgia Southern men's basketball team has announced its 10-game 2015-16 nonconference schedule.
First Presbyterian Christian Academy and Liberty County High School both suffered losses in their first regular season football games.
First Presbyterian Christian Academy will start its fourth season of football Friday by hosting Bulloch Academy at Long Bell Stadium in Hinesville.
Liberty County High School opens the 2015 football season at 7:30 p.m. Friday with an away game at Effingham County.
Liberty County split its games on the softball diamond last week.