The Liberty County Recreation Department Sport Taekwondo Team returned from The National Open Martial Arts Championship in Rome with nine medals and nine trophies.
Bradwell Institute's tennis team is serving success and fun this season. This is the first time the Tigers have a complete boys and girls team. Both have winning records.
Liberty County won its second straight sub-region game, defeating Benedictine 5-3 Tuesday.
The Jenkins Warriors denied Bradwell a Region 3-AAAAA win Tuesday, taking advantage of four Tiger errors in a 12-6 win.
It's not often that a team has two hits and scores five runs. Well, it happened Friday evening as Bradwell Institute defeated Johnson 5-4 in a roller coaster of a game.
For over eight years, wrestling mats hung in the rafters of the Charles Shuman Center. Now, 30 youth from across Liberty County are using them to learn the double-arm takedown, full nelson, fireman carry and other basic moves of freestyle wrestling.
Liberty County High School's baseball team broke its three game losing streak Thursday with a 4-3 win over Hephzibah.
Friday night, Bradwell Institute's soccer team took their first step toward winning the region title. Chris "Prince" Schuster scored two goals to help lead the boys to a 2-0 over perennial region power Windsor Forest 2-0.
ATLANTA (AP) - Uga VI, Georgia's mascot, is closing in on his 9th birthday, but his owner, Savannah attorney Sonny Seiler, said Thursday he expects him to be on the sidelines again this fall for the Bulldogs' football season.
No one needs to inform Bradwell soccer coach Greg Cooke on the importance of tonight's match with Windsor Forest.
Former Bradwell football player Will Pettis has been burning up the Arena Football circuit since his first game for the Dallas Desperados in 2003. In Monday night's game against the Orlando Predators, he set a franchise record by scoring seven touchdowns to help the Desperados maintain an undefeated season of 4-0.
Bradwell Institute students received a reprieve from the daily grind of academics on Wednesday to attend The Annual Grade Level Basketball Tournament and Student Faculty Alumni Game.
Bigger, faster and stronger is the motto of Bradwell Institute's football team when they work out in the weight room. It's also the name of the team's weightlifting program that uses a person's weight and one-rep max to design a customized program making the athlete bigger, faster and stronger.
Bradwell Institute's baseball team had a difficult time at the plate Saturday and dropped a double-header at Appling County.
As the injuries continue, so do the losses for the Long County Baseball team. The team lost their ninth game in a row this past Friday, losing 8-1 to Brantley County in Nahunta.
Bradwell Institute head volleyball coach De'Andre Davis knows what it takes to win.
Golf tourney to benefit Long Co. baseball team
It was all business when the Georgia Southern Eagles took to the Beautiful Eagle Creek practice fields Thursday morning for the first day of fall camp.
First Presbyterian Christian Academy head coach Jamie Sharp Jr. knows the feeling of looking down the sideline and not seeing many players, and the 2014 season will not be any different.
Former Bradwell Institute football player Chester Brown will start at right tackle this season for the University of Central Florida Knights, according to several news reports and UCF's athletic website.
News reports are saying that former Liberty County linebacker Raekwon McMillan, 30 days away from participating in his first collegiate football game with Ohio State University, could see action right away this season.
Hinesville native Charles (Trey) Sikes will play in a doubleheader as his New England Baseball league team, the Valley Blue Sox, take on the Sanford Mainers at 5:30 and 7:30 p.m. in Holyoke, Mass.
The Hinesville Housing Authority-Residents Services division hosted a football camp for male residents at Regency Apartments on July 25-27.
LCRD Boot camp moves to Wednesday night
Photos of the LCRD All-Star baseball and softball teams. Photos by Classic One Hour Photo.
The NCAA has made things a lot easier for a first-year head football coach to install his system.