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Liberty clinches a playoff spot with shutout victory
Long County gets first win over MCA
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Panther Jacquez Williams runs in a Panther touchdown during their 47-0 win at home Friday against Windsor Forest. - photo by Patty Leon

Liberty County High School scored a 47-0 shutout over Windsor Forest during Friday night’s Homecoming game. The region 3-AAAA victory guarantees the Panthers will play in the first round of the playoffs.

The Panthers pounced furiously and ran up a 34-0 lead by the close of the first quarter. By halftime the score was 41-0.

That gave Panther coach Kirk Warner the chance to rest his starters and a running clock for the entire second half of the game. The Panthers added another touchdown in the fourth quarter.

Panther coach Kirk Warner said they have next week off then still have a non-conference game againstRichmond Hill Nov. 7, for the final home game where they will honor their seniors.

He said based on current standing it looks like the Panthers need to prepare forGriffinin the first round of the playoffs.


Long County made history beating McIntosh County Academy 46-12 Friday night. It is the first time in the Blue Tide’s football program that the Ludowici boys earn a win over the Buccaneers. The win took place at the Blue Tide’s home field in their final home game of the season as the team and fans honored the senior players, band members and cheerleaders.


First Presbyterian Christian Academy lost at Robert Toombs Christian Academy 46-12 during a conference game Friday night in Lyons.


The Bradwell Tigers lost 30-12 in a region 3-AAAAA contest at South Effingham High School.


Read Sunday’s Coastal Courier for the full reports of local prep games.

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