Bradwell Institute’s baseball team has struggled on the mound, losing their last three games, but the Tigers’ soccer teams are scoring wins as the boys and girls are 2-0 against Region 3-AAAAA opponents.
The baseball team battled Long County and lost 10-9 in extra innings Monday. The boys hosted Glynn Academy on Tuesday and the varsity boys got a late start.
The boys allowed a run in the second inning and held the Red Terrors for a bit before the visiting team gave up 10 more runs. The Tigers managed to score five runs, but the Red Terrors took an 11-5 win.
Josh Driggers started on the mound against the Red Terrors.
Hoping to put the loss behind them, the Tiger baseball team headed to Kingsland on Wednesday for a region game against Camden County.
The Wildcats, favored to do well in the region by several coaches, shut down the Tigers in four innings, winning 16-1. Tiger pitcher Eric wells got the loss.
The Tiger baseball team will host Windsor Forest on Friday at 5 p.m.
On the soccer field, however, the Tiger boys took their second region win against the Atomsmahers of Johnson High, winning 5-0. The Tiger girls also improved to 2-0 in the region after beating Johnson 2-0.
The soccer teams will play at Daffin Park today against Savannah Arts Academy. The girls game starts at 5 p.m. and the boys game will follow.