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Buoyed by top three finishes from David Thornton and Jamorris Hill, Bradwell Institute won the boys' Region 3-AAAAA cross country title on Saturday at the Richmond Hill Fish Hatchery.
Bradwell Institute faced a tall order Friday night against a top-seeded team, but the Tigers' defense managed to hold back the Ware County Gators for the first half of the 39-6 loss at Olvey Field.
As if having to travel four and a half hours to Shellman for a football game wasn't bad enough, First Presbyterian Christian Academy on Friday also had to face a 5-4 team - Randolph Southern - that has scored 262 points so far this season.
After Friday's "win-or-go-home" sub-region game against South Effingham, the Liberty County Panthers went home. LCHS lost, 33-16, in the matchup for a spot in the postseason playoffs.
The Bradwell Tigers had a big defensive stand in the first half holding the visiting Ware County Gators to only 15 points. But injuries and a few busted plays started to make a difference in the second half and the Tigers lost 39-6 at Olvey Field.
Guyton stands to be the site of an offensive showcase tonight.
The Bradwell Institute Tigers will take on Region 3-AAAAA top seed Ware County at 7:30 tonight at Olvey Field.
First Presbyterian Christian Academy goes on one last road trip tonight as it heads to Shellman to play Randolph Southern.
The Long County High School football team faces an old nemesis at 7:30 tonight as McIntosh County Academy comes to Ludowici.
Q: One of the most-frequent questions I get asked by students is: Where is the best ball position when they are hitting with different clubs?
Former Bradwell Institute football player Chester Brown is learning the ropes of a new college position at the University of Central Florida's spring practice in Orlando.