On Wednesday Long County High School standout football player Tariq Carpenter signed a letter-of-intent to play for the Georgia Institute of Technology in 2017. Carpenter who was rated as a 3-Star recruit by 24-7 Sports, said that playing for the Rambling Wreck was beyond his belief.
FPCA's Auset Gibbs, signed a scholarship to Southwest Mississippi Community College on Thursday. SMCC, a two-year school that plays in the NJCAA, is in Summit.
Liberty County High School took on the Brunswick Pirates in the Panthers' Senior Night game at home.
The FPCA varsity boys kept up their winning streak Saturday.
Saturday, Bradwell Institute looked to revenge earlier loses to Ware County. On Dec. 13, the Lady Gators defeated the Lady Tigers 34-19, and the Gators edged out the Tigers 81-80 in overtime.
Saturday wasn't a good night to be a Long County basketball fan. Both the Blue Tide and the Lady Tide lost to Bryan County teams, 73-67 and 60-53, respectively.
If you want to hear Terry Bradshaw speak passionately on a subject, ask him which of his four Super Bowl titles was most memorable for him.
The Atlanta Falcons are in the Super Bowl. Just let those eight words sink in for a minute.
Liberty County's Jaalon Frazier, Antonio Golden and Tracy White, and Long County's Tariq Carpenter and Gerald "L.G." Williams, all signed letters of intent on Wednesday to play college football.
With the regular season winding down, the Long County boys basketball team picked up a big Region 2-AAA win Friday, beating Pierce County.
Scott's All*Stars will have tryouts next weekend for the program's eight season.
After a victory over Richmond Hill, the Lady Panthers of Liberty County extended their winning streak Friday to three with a 68-51 win over Brantley County.
There was much to celebrate Friday at the St. James Sports Center. The FPCA Highlanders had their annual homecoming game against tough region opponent Citizens Christian Academy.
Following the loss to Brunswick High the previous Friday, the Bradwell Institute Tigers and Lady Tigers bounced back with Tuesday night victories over Effingham County. The girls won 60-49 and the boys went up 62-60.
Former Bradwell Institute assistant head football coach Ross Couch can take the word "assistant" from his title.
The Liberty County Panthers earned a slot in the GHSA's AAA Final Four Wednesday, beating Islands High 89-72.