Bradwell Institute swept Glynn Academy in a Region 2-AAAAA basketball doubleheader Tuesday.
The Lady Tigers (14-9, 4-3 region) opened with a 37-34 win over the Lady Terrors.
The boys’ followed with a 92-85 overtime win to improve to 17-6 overall and 4-3 in 2-AAAAAA.
The teams played host to Richmond Hill in the regular season finale. Both the Lady Tigers and Tigers finished second in the 2-AAAAA standings and each will play No. 3 Richmond Hill in the region tournament Wednesday in Brunswick.
Liberty County fell to 8-11 overall and 4-4 in 2-AAA with a 55-53 loss to Pierce County on Tuesday.
The Lady Panthers (5-13, 4-2 in region) lost 45-19 in the girls’ game.
The Lady Panthers are third in 2-AAA. The Panthers are fourth in the region.
Liberty played host to Tattnall County Friday night.
Tide win two
Long County knocked off Appling County 60-53 on Tuesday in a Region 2-AAA boys’ basketball game in Baxley. The win improved the Blue Tide 16-8 overall and 6-3 in the region.
The Lady Blue Tide won 37-27 in the girls’ contest, improving to 5-18 overall and 2-7 in the region.
Long County traveled to Brantley County on Friday night for a doubleheader.
The Tide are currently third in the region standings, trailing Tattnall and Pierce County by a game. The Lady Tide are in fifth place in 2-AAA.
Around the horn:
Former Bradwell Institute, University of Florida, WNBA and Olympic standout DeLisha Milton-Jones is off to an 8-13 start in her first year as head women’s basketball coach at Pepperdine University, a West Coast Conference school in Malibu, California.
The Waves are 4-7 in the WCC after a Thursday night win overPortland.
Former Bradwell guard Brianna Johnson is seeing some playing time for Valdosta State this season.
The sophomore guard’s season high was five points in the opener against Fort Valley State.
Bradwell standout running back Kevin Harris reportedly picked up an offer from Army.
Coming Wednesday, Liberty County senior Tramel Walthour will sign with Georgia and Bradwell’s K.J. Milner will sign with Western Carolina at their respective schools.
— Staff report