Liberty County's Armed Family Services YMCA swim team, the Heat, had two swimmers qualify for the Georgia 14-and-under state championships after each placed well at last weekend's Winter Sprinter meet at the Savannah Aquatic Center.
Members of the cross country, football, softball and cheerleading teams were honored at the recent Long County High School fall sports banquet. Today's story will look at two of those teams, cross country and football.
What started as an idea to boost the morale of students and student athletes has blossomed into 77 poster-sized photos spanning two sections of the wall adjacent to Bradwell Institute's weight-lifting room.
ATLANTA - Finally, one of the NFL's most heated rivalries has two teams that are worthy of all that passion.
Bradwell Insitute girls basketball coach Faye Baker, assistant coach Dana King and the Lady Tigers have a perfect record to celebrate during Christmas break.
The Long County High School boys basketball team lost to McIntosh County Academy 78-57 on Saturday to fall to 4-6 overall heading into Christmas break.
Four Tiger cross-country runners were named to the Savannah Morning News 2010 All-Greater Savannah girls cross-country team. Alexandra Drenan, Sherina Hornsby, Jaelin Sample and Wesley Worthy received honorable mentions.
The Liberty County High School boys basketball team will play in the Statesboro Gentlemen's Classic on Dec. 27-29.
Let me just get this out of the way first. The story of Georgia Southern's 27-10 loss in the FCS semifinals against Delaware wasn't that the Eagles turned over the football five times. The story was that they turned over the football five times in the semifinals of the playoffs. Logically speaking, after a new coaching staff, a new system and a bunch of underclassmen on the 2010 team, those were ...
ATLANTA - The matchup between South Carolina and Florida State has given the Chick-fil-A Bowl its 14th consecutive sellout.
The Camping World Truck Series is looked at as a stepping stone to the brighter and bigger lights of the Nationwide and Sprint Cup series. But lately, it's been the veterans, not the youngsters, who have found themselves hoisting the championship trophy at the end of the season.
At 8-0, the Bradwell Institute girls basketball team is on its way to another winning season.
Proving it's not about the number of players who make up a team but rather all about the skills, the seven-man First Presbyterian Christian Academy boys basketball team picked up its ninth straight win while improving to 11-1 for the season.
It wasn't easy, but when all was said and done, the Long County High School boys' basketball team did enough Friday to win a third straight game by defeating Toombs County 51-50.
The Long County High School girls basketball team dropped its eighth game of the season Friday, losing to Toombs County High School 48-36.
The Bradwell Tigers closed out their slate of home games last Friday and celebrated the senior football players despite a loss to Region 3-AAAAA rival Richmond Hill.
Former South Georgia King and Liberty County Recreation Department basketball coach Shane Smith has been hired as the new boys' varsity basketball coach at First Presbyterian Christian Academy.
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The Long County High School football team destroyed the Jeff Davis County Yellow Jackets, 47-14, on Friday at home. Vanda Vereen Jr. scored four touchdowns in the homecoming victory, and Brendon Scott tacked on three more, giving the Veterans Stadium crowd many reasons to cheer.
Liberty County High School lost, 34-26, Friday to Wayne County. The loss drops the Panthers to 6-2 overall and 0-2 in Region 3A-AAAA.
The Crisp Academy Wildcats showed their true stripes Friday night, defeating the First Presbyterian Christian Academy Highlanders, 56-14, at Long Bell Stadium in Hinesville. The top-seeded team in Region 2-A of the Georgia Independent School Association pushed the ball downfield with ease, running up a 28-0 halftime lead.
A week after losing an opportunity to claim a Region 3-AAAAA title, Richmond Hill rebounded to defeat Bradwell Institute, 28-14, and ruin the Tigers senior football players' last home game.
SOCIAL CIRCLE - The 2013-14 Georgia Hunting Seasons and Regulations Guide is available online and in print, the Georgia Department of Natural Resources' Wildlife Resources Division recently announced.
The Savannah Coastal Refuges Complex is proposing to collect beginning July 1, 2014, a once-per-season, $25 hunt-permit fee from any individual wanting to participate in any or all complex hunts.
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