Bradwell Institute was in Brunswick Tuesday and hosted the Lady Pirates Thursday in region 2-6(A) softball games. The Lady Tigers fell in both games 17-5 and 14-2 respectively.
Liberty County was in Nahunta Tuesday, losing 4-1 to Brantley County in a Region 2-AAA game.
In Tuesday’s loss, Bradwell took a swift 4-1 lead in the first inning. The Lady Pirates rallied in the bottom of the second, driving in nine runs. Brunswick then scored three runs in the third and four in the final inning of the shortened game.
Whitney Evans and Josephine Satele were both 1 for 2 at bat. Satele had 2 RBIs. Paige Streeper had 2 RBIs and Tamia Johnson had an RBI.
Satele pitched the loss, tossing four strikeouts and walking six.
In Thursday’s matchup, Brunswick held the lead throughout the five-inning game. The Lady Tigers scored their two runs in the fourth inning.
Satele pitched the game, walking 10 and netting two strikeouts. The Lady Tigers are 1-16 overall and 0-9 in region play. They play McIntosh at home Monday. First pitch for senior night will be at 6:30 p.m.
Liberty County’s Kaleigh Fisher was on the mound Tuesday, thowing eight strikeouts and giving up only one hit. Yet the performance wasn’t enough as the Lady Herons scored in the fourth, fifth and sixth innings for the lead and win.
Liberty was set to play Long County in back-to-back Region 2-AAA games. Read Wednesday’s Courier for a full report on the local rivalry.
The Lady Panthers are 5-9 overall and 0-5 in region play.
Liberty County High School and Bradwell Institute junior varsity played Wednesday, wearing pink during the double-header to show support of cancer survivors and honoring those who have lost their lives to the disease.
The Lady Tigers won 11-8 and 12-0, respectively. Lady Tiger pitcher Danielle Hennessee threw her first no-hitter.