The Hinesville Hurricanes dropped their first game of the season Saturday at Long Bell Stadium.
Scott's All*Stars started the season Feb. 20 and, according to coach and founder Marcus Scott IV, the team has several returning players from the 16U team.
The All-Region 2-AA team was recently selected by the coaches. Long County was well represented with six boys and five girls recognized.
Teams from Faith Baptist Christian Academy competed in the recent National Association of Christian Athletes National Basketball Tournament in Tennessee.
Former Liberty County basketball player Jordan McRae received a multi-year contract from Cleveland Cavaliers General Manager David Griffin Wednesday, according to a team news release.
A third local basketball team has brought another state title to Liberty. The Liberty County Recreation Department's senior boys' All-Stars team beat Douglas 76-61 in the Georgia Recreation and Parks Association championship game March 5 in Effingham County.
Seven runs scored in the first inning was the jump start Liberty County's baseball team needed to clear out Groves in four innings Thursday.
Long County picked up two more wins on the diamond this week, beating Bacon County (5-4) and New Hampstead High School (1-7).
After falling 13-0 at South Effingham County, the Bradwell Institute Tigers hosted the Mustangs Wednesday, but again suffered a shutout.
Bradwell held its Tiger Invitational track meet March 5. The Lady Tigers finished second out of 10 schools. The Tigers placed first.
Liberty County boys' basketball players are still riding the wave of excitement after winning the class AAAA state championship March 3.
First Presbyterian Christian Academy claimed its fourth Class AA state title Saturday, beating Furtah Prep 80-64.
First Presbyterian Christian Academy beat Appling Christian 11-1 in five innings Monday. It is the Highlanders' second victory against Appling Christian and third straight win of the season.
Long County boys' soccer team continued their winning ways Friday by beating Pierce County. The Lady Tide's night wasn't as sweet. They fell to the Lady Bears.
Bradwell Institute's baseball team was in Guyton Monday for the first Region 3-AAAAA game of the season.
Scott's All*Stars (13-4) finished 3-1 in Atlanta at the National Sweet 16 basketball tournament in April. Teams from across the United States competed ...
200 Club Savannah Mile scheduled for May 28