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Sports briefs for Nov. 28, 2010
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BI Boston butt sale


The Bradwell Athletic Achievement Committee will start selling tickets for its fifth annual Boston butt (pulled pork barbecue) sale on Dec. 10. Football players and selected students will be pre-selling 200 tickets at $20 each, and all proceeds will be used to help further the Cat Walk and replace broken equipment in the weight room. Last year tickets sold out so if you would like to purchase a ticket in advance, please call Jeff Miller, Jim Walsh or any football coach or player and they will be happy to assist you. For more information call 368-6123.



sportswriters sought


The Bryan County News and Coastal Courier are looking for freelance sportswriters. Candidates must be able to write clearly; photography and videography skills are helpful. E-mail Jeff Whitten at for more information. No phone calls, please.

Scott’s All-Star drug-free

basketball camp

Scott’s All-Stars will be hosting a drug free basketball camp from 8 a.m. until 1 p.m., Dec. 11 at the Long County High School gymnasium. This is a free event to promote drug free living and provide exposure to a professional basketball camp to children who may not have otherwise have resources to attend. It is open to Liberty and Long County students. Pre-register at any Long County school or at: For more information call Marcus Scott at 9912) 655-4371 or Darrell West at (912) 321-9945.


Dribbling 101


Dribbling practices are led by South Georgia Kings founder Jessie Fleming, from 1-3 p.m. every Sunday at the YMCA. The fee is $10 per session. For more information, call 320-9869 or e-mail

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