Following Bradwell Institute’s 10-0 loss to Glynn Academy on the road, the Tigers returned home for game two before going back on the road for the third and final game of the series.
The Tigers were not able to beat the Terrors at home, losing the second game on Wednesday 11-3. Glynn Academy scored eight runs in the first three innings, while Bradwell recorded just two hits at the time. It was not until the bottom of the fifth inning that the Tigers got on the board with a Brennan Long RBI single. Long, along with teammate Evan Crystal had multiple hits in the loss. Javin Tripp recorded the other RBI for the team.
In Game 3, Bradwell was shutout 5-0 by the Terrors. All five of Glynn’s runs came in the fourth inning on four hits. Hill Hartman for the Terrors threw a complete game shutout, going seven innings and recording seven strikeouts while giving up just three hits and a walk. The three Bradwell hits were spaced out over the contest, with Jordan Lambright recording one in the first, OB Nobles in the fifth and Hunter Hawkins in the sixth.
The losses extended Bradwell’s losing streak to six games. The Tigers are now 3-9 on the year. They hope break the slump in their next game against Charlton County.
Liberty County baseball lost their home contest Friday to Appling County with a final score of 12-0. The Panthers are now 4-12 on the year after going 1-1 this past week.
The loss to the Pirates was their first of a three-game home stand. This upcoming week, they play Pierce County and Groves at home before traveling to Brantley County.