Long County High School's recent fall sports banquet honored athletes who participated in softball, cheerleading, football and cross country. Last week the Courier featured the cross-country and football teams. Today the softball and football cheerleading squads take center stage.
Weightlifters representing Team Hinesville performed well at the Georgia/Alabama Local Weightlifting Committee meet Dec. 18 at the Anderson/Cohen Weightlifting Center in Savannah.
Shaking off what Highlander basketball coach David Jones called a bit of the Christmas break rust, the First Presbyterian Christian Academy boys basketball squad improved to 14-1 by beating Dunnellon 72-41 Monday afternoon in sunny Orlando at the Bishop Moore Tournament.
Golf is fun, whether playing solo or with others. Having a basic understanding of the game's rules makes it easier to enjoy the experience and improve your skills. In this periodic column, I provide brief explanations of golf rules and answer commonly asked questions.
Trading in zebra stripes for casual attire and suits, the Hinesville Officials Association honored its members during the group's annual banquet Dec. 16.
Add two more games to the First Presbyterian Christian Academy boys basketball win column as the Highlanders defeated Mount Vernon 59-36 on Tuesday and took down New Birth Christian 73-68 on Wednesday.
It looks like Faith Baptist Christian Academy is half way to its eighth Georgia Athletic Association 2-AA state title.
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.