The Lady Panthers continue their winning season with a victory against St. Vincent's on Tuesday afternoon.
As the popularity of the county's football program grows stronger with every passing year, it's important to take a peek in the past to gain a better appreciation of how the program began.
The last two softball meets for the Lady Tigers ended with losses, but the coach and the team continue with optimism that more game experience and the development of their younger players will help turn the team around.
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The Liberty County Panthers host their first home game tonight as the Calvary Day Cavaliers come to Olvey Field for a 7:30 p.m. kickoff.
With a limited bullpen, from an extended game, Dustin McGowan knew he needed to go as long as he could Monday, when he and the Blue Jays took on the Boston Red Sox.
The Liberty County High School Panthers have much to cheer about after repeating history with a solid win over the Brantley County Herons Friday night.
The Associated Press Georgia high school football poll after the third week of the schedule, with first-place votes in parentheses, total points and record.
What a week for the Blue Tide, they move to number nine in the WTOC Super Eleven rankings, they rank number five in the Atlanta Constitution's List of Coolest High School Helmets, and they go to 3-0 with a win over the Wheeler County Bulldogs; things are good in Long County.
The Fort Stewart Youth Sports held a Football Jamboree this past Saturday and teams from Garden City and Long County came down to see how their teams stacked up against each other.
By Mike Riddle
The Toronto Blue Jays lost to the New York Yankees this Wednesday, and Long County native Dustin McGowan, who picked up the loss, had his first loss game in over a month.
The Panthers repeated history as they beat the Brantley County Herons 33-13 Friday night in Nahunta, making the Panthers 1-1 for the season.
Tigers vs. Coffee, 33-14
Bradwell Institute had one game on the road and one game at home this past week.
Tuesday, Long County High School took on the teams from Jeff Davis High School. The boys lost to the Yellow Jackets, 43-38, and the girls fell, 62-36.
Long County High School had its basketball Homecoming Jan. 17, during the Pierce County game. Javonte Harris took home the title as king, while the junior prince was Xavier Stapleton, sophomore prince was Giovanni Pesina, and freshman prince was Michael Chigawa.
Liberty County High School hosted the annual Doc Williams Classic basketball tournament Jan. 17.
According to a press release on the National Basketball League's website, former Liberty County basketball player Jordan McRae had a good game against Australian NBL's reigning championship team this week.
Tia Fleming came off the bench and knocked in 15 points to help the Liberty County High School girls' basketball team to extend its lead and beat New Hampstead, 46-33, Saturday at LCHS.
Playing in front of a packed hometown crowd Saturday, the Long County High School girls' basketball team picked up its 15th win of the season by beating Pierce County, 55-48, in overtime.
Three more swimmers for the First Presbyterian Christian Academy's swim team recently qualified for the state meet, which is Jan. 31 at Georgia Tech in Atlanta.
The Bradwell Institute boys' junior-varsity basketball team won the boys' championship division at the 22nd annual Donell Woods Tournament on Saturday at BI and Snelson-Golden Middle School.
Scott's All*Starsholding tryouts
Bradwell Institute's basketball teams dove into Region 3-AAAAA play this week.
After dropping games Dec. 13 and Jan. 8 the First Presbyterian Christian Academy boys' basketball team responded with four straight wins.
The Long County High School girls' basketball team notched its 14th win of the year Friday by defeating Bryan County, 54-42, in Ludowici.
Bradwell Institute will host the Mid-Atlantic Championship Wrestling "Super Brawl" at 8 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 24.
STATESBORO - A mandatory information meeting for Georgia Southern students interested in walking on to the Eagle football team is at 5 p.m., Feb. 11, at the Ted Smith Family Football Center, 205 Lanier Drive.