Liberty County High School hosted Savannah Country Day in soccer Tuesday where the boys ended the game tied and the Lady Panthers lost.
Bradwell Institute was swept by the Effingham County Rebels in region 3-5A games in Springfield Tuesday.
According to Lady Panther coach Jarvis McArthur the Liberty girls fell 4-1. The coach said he was once again impressed with the play of freshman goal keeper Carmae Gumataotao who made several spectacular saves despite playing with a slight wrist injury.
The coach said the Lady Hornets led 2-0 at the half.
“We finally scored late in the game when junior Jennifer Garcia netted her fifth goal of the season on a penalty kick,” he said adding he was also pleased with the play of senior Jhanee O’Neal and junior Alexi Limer.
The Lady Panthers are 4-7 overall and 2-2 in region 3-4A.
In the boys’ game that followed new head coach Kristin Hill rallied her team to play strong after earning their first win of the year last week against Brantley County. The Panther boys fought back from a deficit and the game ended tied 2-2.
The Panthers are 1-9-1 overall and 0-5 in region play.
The Tiger boys fell to 0-8 in region action after the Rebels beat the Tiger boys 8-1. The Tiger boys are 2-8-2 overall.
The Lady Tigers are 0-7 in region action and 3-8 overall after falling to the Lady Rebels 3-0.
Liberty will face Bradwell tonight on Olvey Field.
It is the Tigers’ senior night game. The girls play at 5 p.m. and the boys at 7 p.m.