A few weeks ago, the Lady Tigers softball team gathered at the Western Sizzlin' to enjoy a family style dinner and host their annual award banquet.
The Swimming Highlanders keep progressing as the season continues. During a meet in Macon on Dec. 16, sixth grader Chandler Zable challenged herself to swim the 100-yard individual medley.
I had the pleasure of attending the Liberty County Athletic Hall of Fame Banquet on Dec. 13 and watch five deserving gentlemen be inducted into the Hall of Fame. It was a grand affair, beautifully catered by Club Stewart and an evening filled with laughter as well as humility and modesty.
The Lady Highlanders received an early present from Santa in the form of their first victory on the basketball court Dec. 18. They managed to take a 16-point lead over Citizens Christian Academy in their 38-22 win. The junior varsity and varsity Highlanders followed suit by claiming victories over CCA as well.
The Bradwell Tigers junior varsity basketball team is off to a good start with a record of 6-1.
ATLANTA - Athletes for a Better World and the Georgia High School Association have announced a partnership with the creation of the Vincent J. Dooley Awards and Scholarships program.
The varsity boys and girls basketball teams from Faith Baptist Christian Academy in Ludowici won the inaugural GCA Christmas Invitational Tournament hosted in the Glennville Christian Academy gymnasium this past weekend.
The Lady Tigers bounced back from a 21-point loss Dec. 15 against Glynn by handing the Lady Brunswick Pirates a 28-point loss Dec. 18. Not to be outdone, the Tigers beat the Pirates by 40 points.
The Liberty County Panthers took on the Camden County Wildcats in a non-region battle of the mighty felines Dec. 15. The Panthers improved their record to 7-2 and the Lady Panthers are 8-1 as they enter the Christmas break and get ready for intense regional action starting the New Year.
The Tigers split games at Glynn Academy on Dec. 15 as the men walked away with a 15-point victory and the Lady Tigers were handed a difficult loss.
The St. James Sports Center hosted another successful Clash of the Champions Tournament on Dec. 15. Teams from Savannah to Wayne County came in by the busloads to participate in the annual basketball tournament, celebrating the sport of basketball, camaraderie and the upcoming joyous holiday season.
The Jenkins Warriors were no match for the Men or Lady Tigers Friday night as both teams handed the Warriors losses. Both Tiger teams improve to 2-1 in 3-AAAAA region. Their only region loss so far came at the hands of the Groves Rebels last week in Savannah.
The Long County Blue Tide Girls Basketball Team lost a disappointing game to the Savannah Christian Red Raiders on Tuesday, 39-61.
The men varsity Highlanders get their first GISA 2-A region victory over Twiggs Academy Friday evening. This makes the men Highlanders 5-1 overall and 1-0 in the region. Joey Bell, AJ Ansley and Hakeem Golden scored in the double digits as they toppled Twiggs Academy by 47 points.
FLORENCE, Ala. - Northwest Missouri State set the very Division II record it was trying to avoid, thanks to a late touchdown by Valdosta State.
Liberty County High School's track teams finished in first and second place at the Region 3-AAAA tournament last week held in Burke County.
The Long County High School boys' soccer team has made history in only its third year of play.
It was one and done for the hard-fighting Lady Panther soccer team.
The Thomasville Lady Bulldogs scored two goals in the second half to defeat the Long County Lady Blue Tide 4-2 Thursday in the first round of the AA girls state soccer playoffs.