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BI Tigers struggle on the mound, win on the soccer field
Tiger runner Leonard Felton looks for the call after rounding first and diving for second base during the Tigers’ 11-5 loss to Glynn Academy on Tuesday night. Felton was called out. - photo by Phgoto by Patty Leon

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.

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