Sodas, snacks, the sound of the crowd, the blow of the whistle and the snap of the ball brought Olvey Field to life Friday as the Tigers clawed into the McIntosh Buccaneers with a 13-7 win in the varsity scrimmage and a 6-0 win for the JV.
A showing of the Best Western, street-legal Toyota Camry, which is decaled just like the #99 NASCAR Busch Series car will be on Thursday at Best Western Fort Stewart Inn & Suites.
Liberty County Recreation Department Director Jimmy Martin received the James Colley Award, the highest award an individual in one of the districts of the Georgia Recreation and Parks Association can receive, on Aug. 15.
The NC Ranch in Long County will host a benefit team-roping competition Saturday to raise money to help Karen Wright and her son, Colby, of Wayne County.
Coming off a dismal 2006 year where the Long County Blue Tide softball team had a 2-12 record, and only managed one region win, the ladies could only improve in 2007.
Long County's Dustin McGowan was back on the mound Tuesday as he and the Blue Jays faced the Oakland Athletics in Toronto. Despite McGowan, being off early, he still managed to complete five innings, as the Jays lost to the A's by a score of 6-4.
The "Magnificent Nine" members of the Southeast Elite Rockets track team brought home nine medals from the Junior Olympics track meet in Knoxville, Tenn.
The Lady Tigers softball took the field on Saturday at Paulson Tournament putting the spotlight on the team's only returning senior, Jena Alford.
Jena Alford, Bradwell's only senior, led the Lady Tigers to their first win of the season, beating the Windsor Forest Knights 9-2.
Liberty High School's Panthers dropped their first game 26-7 to Westminster Friday, but the coaches did see value in the scrimmage.
By Patty Leon
When the Liberty County Panthers took the field yesterday afternoon to scrimmage against Westminster, they did so with a new defense.
Toronto Pitcher Dustin McGowan put in his sixth solid start in a row, but because of a couple of mistakes by him and a couple more by first-baseman Lyle Overby, the Jays lost 4-3 to the Los Angeles Angels.
Jenna Bussard, an Olympic hopeful who is one of the strongest women in the world, has pushed her talents to new levels since putting Team Hinesville on the map.
Former First Presbyterian Christian Academy and current East Georgia State College pitcher Richard Lovelady has signed to play at Kennesaw State University.
Liberty County's basketball teams were swept Saturday at Statesboro. The same day, the Bradwell Institute boys lost a non-conference game at New Hampstead, 62-27.
The Long County High School boys' basketball team had its annual Blue and White scrimmage Saturday.
Griffin notched nearly 300 passing yards and more than 250 rushing yards in last Friday's 46-12 win over Liberty County in the first round of the Class AAAA state playoffs in Griffin.
DALLAS, TEXAS -- The PwC SMU Athletic Forum Board of Directors announced today the 10 semifinalists for the 2014 Doak Walker Award, which includes Georgia Southern sophomore Matt Breida. The semifinalists (in alphabetical order) are: Ameer Abdullah (Sr.), Nebraska; Jay Ajayi (Jr.), Boise State; Javorius Allen (Jr.), USC; Cameron Artis-Payne (Sr.), Auburn; Matt Breida (So.), Georgia Southern; Tevin Coleman (Jr.), Indiana; James Conner (So.), Pittsburgh; Melvin Gordon (Jr.), Wisconsin; Devon Johnson (Jr.), Marshall and Duke Johnson (Jr.), Miami.
The Bradwell Institute track team will host its first Tiger Run 5K run/walk at 8:30 a.m. Saturday, Dec. 13.
Liberty County fell, 46-12, in the first round of the playoffs Friday at Griffin.
The Long County basketball teams hit the hardwood Tuesday to face Toombs County in their first games of the season.
St. James Coastal Crew Rebels youth coach Darryl McCray recently announced there will be a free basketball camp from 10 a.m.-1:30 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 22, at the St. James Sports Center, 1140 Holmestown Road in Midway.
The Hinesville Hurricanes semi-professional football team is preparing for its 15th season and will hold tryouts from 10 a.m.-noon Saturday, Nov. 22, at the Live Oak Church of God.
The Savannah Storm, an expansion franchise of the American Basketball Association, will host three tryouts for open roster spots for the upcoming season.
Not every golf course gets designed by Pete Dye. Probably even fewer get redesigned by a Hall of Famer.