The First Presbyterian Christian Academy Highlanders set out for a double-header Saturday against Citizens Christian Academy in Columbus. Both teams braved temperatures in the low 40s and winds hitting 40 mph.
LUDOWICI -- The boys in blue continued their hot streak Monday as they beat the Windsor Forest Knights.
For the ninth consecutive year the Atlanta Braves and Publix Super Markets have partnered to offer scholarships to graduating high school seniors throughout Georgia.
STATESBORO -- Georgia Southern University football began spring drills on a chilly Monday morning at the practice fields.
The Liberty County Recreation Department had three teams bring home Georgia Recreation and Parks Association Class B 2008 state championships from last weekend's competition.
LUDOWICI -- The Long County High School baseball team picked up its third win in a row Wednesday and improved their record to 3-1.
The First Presbyterian Christian Academy baseball team suffered a tough loss (16-6) at the hands of Thomas Jefferson Thursday afternoon.
The 14U Coastal Crew Rebels are decked out in new uniforms. They traveled to Jacksonville this weekend for the Coast 2 Coast Super Regional Tournament. Rodney Davis is the new head coach, assisted by Reginalde Castile. The 14U players are Michael Farrior, Christopher Simpson, Darius Mowbray, Bryce King, Melvin King, Tray Tucker, Chris Guilfo, Tony Sanders, Robbie Bacon, Anthony Campbell, Javon Golden, Jamal Anderson, Xavier Jackson, Cameron Livingston and Sean Lee.
After posting a career high 44-points in the semi-final game against Fullington and another 23 points in their state title victory over Bethesda, First Presbyterian Christian Academy Highlander Joey Bell was honored as the WTOC Player if the Week for March 3.
Just one day after getting her 43rd career double-double in the Peach Belt Conference, Kaneetha Gordon reached another career milestone.
Today's weather system dumped enough rain to force the cancellation of today's Bradwell Tiger baseball game and the Liberty County Classic scheduled for today and tomorrow.
The Men and Lady Bradwell Tigers shut down the Beach High Bulldogs in soccer Wednesday at Olvey field. The ladies dominated the Bulldogs 10-0 and the men quickly followed suit by defeating the Men Bulldogs 9-0. The men are currently 3-1 as the teams traveled to Johnson on Thursday and will travel to Savannah Arts Academy on Saturday.
The Bradwell Tigers hit the road to play Glynn County on Wednesday only to find themselves short of runs at the end of seven (3-8).
Fort Stewart open bowling tournament winners
GREEN BAY, Wis. (AP) _ Brett Favre made it clear Thursday that he's finished with football.
Ohio State Buckeye football player Raekwon McMillan was named to the Butkus Award watch list, according to a report on Land-Grant Holy Land.
The committee of the Henry "Hank" White Memorial Scholarship Fund has scheduled its 11th annual golf tournament for Aug. 1.
New England Collegiate Baseball League pitcher Richard Lovelady was selected to the NECBL Southern Division All-Star Team.
Former Bradwell Institute graduates and brothers Jarvis and Derek Braxton proved they could still compete in track like they did during their Tiger days. The ...
Bradwell Institute incoming senior soccer player Justus Hoffmann was named to the 2015 Region 3-AAAAA All-Region First Team.
Class of 2017 Liberty County High School basketball player Davion Mitchell has received another college offer, this time from Southern Methodist University, according to smu ...
Former First Presbyterian Christian Academy and Jacksonville State University basketball player D.J. Felder is headed to the United Kingdom to play for the Surrey ...
Liberty County Recreation Department's Mite Boys' All-Star A Team took third place overall at the Georgia Recreation and Parks Association State Tournament. The state ...
Richard Lovelady is leading the Ocean State Waves in wins so far this season. Lovelady, the former First Presbyterian Christian Academy hurler, is 3-0 for ...
Robert Sapp made his mark coaching college-baseball players.