The Highlanders of First Presbyterian Christian Academy ran past New Birth 66-46 at the St. James Sports Center on Saturday to improve to 7-1.
Bradwell 65, Jenkins 25 (girls) The Bradwell Lady Tigers gave Jenkins a clinic in transition and defensive basketball Friday night. Bradwell forced six turnovers off their press in the first quarter. Leading 10-4 in the first quarter the Lady Tigers continued to control the game. "Our defense is continuing to improve. We showed a lot of energy on the press. I was really pleased with the intensity that we ...
The seventh annual Liberty County Hall of Fame induction ceremony was filled with honor, laughter and a capacity crowd celebrating five new inductees.
Hinesville brothers Keaton and Cameron Eason placed first and fourth respectively in the Georgia/Florida motocross series which ended in Alma last week.
The First Presbyterian Christian Academy Highlanders improved to 6-1 after stomping Bible Baptist 88-40 on Thursday in Savannah.
Special to the Courier Five Liberty County High School football players were selected to the 2-AAAA All-Region Team after region coaches met Tuesday afternoon. Panther offensive coordinator Ryan Glazer said four players made the All-Region first team and one received honorable mention. First-team All-Region were Panthers Tavoris Lewis, Demetrick Mothershed, Shadrach Thornton and Tucory Rhodes. Melvin King earned honorable mention.
Bradwell 67, Camden 23 (girls) Camden County became the latest victim of the unbeaten Bradwell Institute Lady Tigers' intense defensive pressure, strong shooting and smooth transition game as BI cruised to a 67-23 win Tuesday. "We press a lot and we have been successful with it, but I have to give credit to our girls. They really work hard at pressuring the ball. It ...
The Highlanders of First Presbyterian Christian Academy walked into the Bethesda school for boys in Savannah with a seven-man varsity roster and a full head of steam.
The Long County High School girls basketball team continued to struggle Tuesday in a 72-27 loss to St. Vincent's Academy.
The new 10U Hinesville Gator girls soccer team finished its fall season in fourth place in the Chatham County soccer league, according to coach Deborah Robinson.
When spring camp was just getting started all the way back in March, it drew a lot of attention from former Georgia Southern players, who came by Beautiful Eagle Creek to watch the triple-option offense being installed.
Liberty County traveled to Long County Saturday night. The Liberty girls defeated the Lady Tide, 67-32. The Panthers exploded for 29 points in the third quarter to beat the Blue Tide, 64-44.
Former Liberty County High School player Lamar Richardson and Bradwell Institute guard Dana King helped the East Georgia College men's basketball team go on a five-game winning streak before the squad fell 69-64 to South Georgia College on Dec. 1.
On Thursday, Liberty County will induct five new members into the Athletic Hall of Fame.
Hinesville boys Deion Stewart and Jekovan Rivera each finished in fourth place at the National Punt, Pass and Kick event held Nov. 28 at the Georgia Dome in Atlanta.