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BI falls in back-to-back-to back region games
Lady Tiger Josephine Satele goes to work against Glynn Academy during a game earlier this season. - photo by Patty Leon

Bradwell Institute dropped three softball games in the past week.
Two were against Glynn Academy. The first game was last Wednesday after rain delayed it a day. The Lady Tigers then traveled to Glynn Academy Thursday.

And Monday, Bradwell hosted Brunswick. All three games were region 2-(6) A contests. The Lady Tiger suffered losses in all three.
Against Glynn, the Lady Tigers suffered back-to-back shutouts falling 20-0 at home and 8-0 away. Monday, the Lady Pirates also shutout the Tigers 12-0.

Last Wednesday, Lady Tiger pitcher Josephine Satele took the loss. She threw three strikeouts but gave up nine hits for 14 runs.
Danielle Hennessee gave up six runs and had a strikeout in relief.
The Lady Terrors went up on a 10-0 spree in the first inning off three singles and a few Lady Tiger errors. The Glynn Academy girls scored four more runs in the second. They capped off the win, scoring six runs in the fourth inning.

The Lady Tigers did manage two hits from Whitney Evans and Kaylynn Jewell.
Thursday, the Lady Terrors took off to a quick 4-0 lead in the first inning. The Lady Tiger defense did a much better job than the day before. But Glynn did manage to add one run in the second, third, fifth and sixth innings.

Satele took the loss, pitching the whole game. She threw six strikeouts and walked three. Senior Lady Tiger Tamia Johnson was a perfect 2-for-2 at bat. Satele was 1-of-3.

On Monday, the varsity team took the field before the junior varsity. The Lady Pirates took the 12-0 win in four innings.
Bradwell had hits from Jewell and Tamia Johnson.

The Lady Tigers are 1-13 overall and 0-7 in region play. They were scheduled to play in Brunswick yesterday and will host Brunswick tomorrow at 5 p.m.

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