Liberty County High School senior Jasmine Scott won the Region 3-AAA discus championship with a throw of 98-feet, 5-inches last week.
The Coastal Crew Rebels 12-under basketball team, coached by Derrick Brooks, has gotten off to a hot start in Youth Basketball of America competition.
Last Wednesday, Bradwell Institute's boys soccer team made history by winning its first state playoff match, 3-1 over Union Grove.
Marcus Singletary of Hinesville has signed a letter of intent to participate in football and basketball at Tabor College for the 2007 and 2008 seasons.
Bradwell Institute's girls track team is ready to compete with the best in the state this weekend.
The 1/30 Infantry Battalion had its Family Organizational Day at the Liberty County/Armed Services Family YMCA in Hinesville Friday. The fun-filled day began at 9 a.m. and lasted until 3 p.m. Despite the hazy, overcast weather, more than 2,000 soldiers and family members had a good time.
The second time was the charm for Marne Lanes Senior High/Low League player Jim Stanoff.
Bradwell Institute's boys golf season ended Thursday at Henderson Golf Course in Savannah.
The Liberty County Recreation Department softball season started Monday with junior league action. The Heartbreakers beat the Belles 10-7 and the Angels beat the Diamonds 5-3.
Friday night, Liberty County High School's baseball team honored its two seniors Erik Mattingly and Robert Walsh in a ceremony before the Panthers hosted South Effingham.
The Liberty County Recreation Department Mustangs volleyball team finished second, losing 18-16 to the Titans in the championship. But coach Amy Schultz said they improved over the season and had a fun time doing it.
The Coastal Crew Rebels' AAU 14-under basketball team leaves today to compete in the Disney Spring Classic in Orlando, Fla.
Last year, Liberty County had its best football season in school history.
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Bradwell Institute's boys soccer team made school history Wednesday, defeating Union Grove 3-1 for Bradwell's first state playoff victory.
It definitely wasn't the passing game that helped Ware County beat Bradwell Institute, 33-0, last Friday in Waycross.
There is only one way to top winning the first football game in program history - win the next game.
Heading into this week's homecoming activities, the Long County High School football team fell to Bacon County, 52-7, last Friday in Alma.
Bradwell Institute alum LaBaron Anthony and former Liberty County High School Panther Jeremy Caldwell-Fabregas had good weekends on the field for the University of West Alabama Tigers' football team.
After suffering a 29-0 loss to Wayne County last Friday in Jesup in its Region 3-AAAA opener, Liberty County gets to rest their wounds with a bye week.
The Bradwell Institute Lady Tigers fell to the Statesboro High Lady Blue Devils, 10-6, in a Region 3-AAAAA makeup game Saturday in Statesboro.
There's at least one trend being reversed at Georgia Southern by first-year head coach Willie Fritz, who came to Statesboro with 21 years of experience.
NEW ORLEANS - Georgia Southern sophomore quarterback Kevin Ellison earned his second Sun Belt Conference Offensive Player of the Week honor Monday after leading the Eagles to a 2-0 mark with a 34-14 win over Appalachian State Thursday night.
STATESBORO - Georgia Southern softball head coach Annie Smith has named Chelsea Leonard to the program's coaching staff as the new pitching coach.
The Long County High School softball team was all smiles Friday as the Lady Tide clinched a playoff berth in the state tournament.
It took two and a half years, a lot of hard work, determination and a willingness to keep the faith, but the First Presbyterian Christian Academy football team finally was rewarded for its patience Friday night. The Highlanders beat Crisp Academy, 18-6, and notched the first win in program history.
Bradwell Institute's football team waded in the swamps and eventually got eaten by the Gators, falling 33-0 in a Region 3-AAAAA game at Ware County High in Waycross.
Liberty County High School opened Region 3-AAAA action Friday at Wayne County, where the Yellow Jackets shut out the Panthers, 29-0.
The Long County High School football team fell to Bacon County, 52-7, on Friday in Alma.
It took two and a half years, a lot of hard work, sheer determination and always keeping the faith. Friday night all the bumps, bruises and losses seemed worth it as the First Presbyterian Christian Academy Highlander football team earned their first win of their football program beating Crisp Academy18-6 at home.