Liberty County improved to 5-1 in Region 3-AAA (A) and 15-4 overall with its 68-35 win at Burke County.
GARDEN CITY - It appeared that history would repeat itself Friday night, but Bradwell Institute boys basketball coach David Jones and his Tigers were determined not to fall prey to Groves again and withstood a second half rally to defeat the Runnin' Rebels 60-45.
The Lady Panthers hosted the Camden County Wildcats last Saturday and were able to hold on in a game that came down to free-throws for the win (45-42). The key for the Panthers was the teamwork between no. 12, Kourtney Alexander and no. 14 Nisha Adams. On several occasions Alexander was able to pass the ball to Adams who had positioned herself for the lay up at the basket and points scored.
It's less than three weeks away from national signing day and perennial Division I-AA football powerhouse Georgia Southern has found a coach.
SAVANNAH - The Beach Bulldogs showed Bradwell Institute why they are the top dogs in Region 3-AAAAA with an 86-52 win Tuesday night at the Dawghouse.
The First Presbyterian Christian Academy Highlanders are proud to announce a new addition to their varsity basketball team. Michael Brown, a freshman, is the new Highlander on campus at FPCA.
By Patrick Donahue Special to The Courier GUYTON - One Division I prospect was enough to handle. Two turned out to be a little too much. The Liberty County Lady Panthers, behind their two Division I-bound stars, beat the South Effingham Lady Mustangs 53-17 Tuesday night in a Region 3-AAA girls basketball game. With the win, the Lady Panthers improved to 14-4 and 3-1 in the region. Center Nisha Adams, a 6-foot-2 junior, had ...
GUYTON - The Liberty County Panthers' size proved to be the difference in a 70-59 win at The Corral, sending the South Effingham Mustangs (7-10, 2-3) to their fourth straight loss and third in Region 3-AAA.
SAVANNAH - The Bradwell Lady Tigers played Beach close for the first half but the Bulldogs dominated the boards and pulled away in the second half to win the Region 3-AAAAA contest Tuesday night, 48-37.
LCRD Individual instruction is now available for youth baseball and softball players, teams or groups. For additional information, call the Liberty County Recreation Department at 876-5359. Basketball The St. James Sports Center will begin its Run and Shoot basketball games from 3 to 8 p.m. It is free and open to the public AAU basketball The AAU girls tournament national qualifier is scheduled for March 30-April 1 in Jacksonville, Fla. Three games are guaranteed. ...
Richmond Hill High School got some good news and some not-so-good news earlier this week when the Georgia High School Association's reclassification committee met in Thomaston.
The Bradwell Tigers closed out their slate of home games last Friday and celebrated the senior football players despite a loss to Region 3-AAAAA rival Richmond Hill.
Former South Georgia King and Liberty County Recreation Department basketball coach Shane Smith has been hired as the new boys' varsity basketball coach at First Presbyterian Christian Academy.
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The Long County High School football team destroyed the Jeff Davis County Yellow Jackets, 47-14, on Friday at home. Vanda Vereen Jr. scored four touchdowns in the homecoming victory, and Brendon Scott tacked on three more, giving the Veterans Stadium crowd many reasons to cheer.
Liberty County High School lost, 34-26, Friday to Wayne County. The loss drops the Panthers to 6-2 overall and 0-2 in Region 3A-AAAA.
The Crisp Academy Wildcats showed their true stripes Friday night, defeating the First Presbyterian Christian Academy Highlanders, 56-14, at Long Bell Stadium in Hinesville. The top-seeded team in Region 2-A of the Georgia Independent School Association pushed the ball downfield with ease, running up a 28-0 halftime lead.
A week after losing an opportunity to claim a Region 3-AAAAA title, Richmond Hill rebounded to defeat Bradwell Institute, 28-14, and ruin the Tigers senior football players' last home game.
SOCIAL CIRCLE - The 2013-14 Georgia Hunting Seasons and Regulations Guide is available online and in print, the Georgia Department of Natural Resources' Wildlife Resources Division recently announced.
The Savannah Coastal Refuges Complex is proposing to collect beginning July 1, 2014, a once-per-season, $25 hunt-permit fee from any individual wanting to participate in any or all complex hunts.
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