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Bradwell Tigers take back-to-back victories
TigerPitcherStevenHarrisPreparesToRipTheBall
Tiger pitcher Steven Harris goes into his windup Monday against New Hampstead at Tiger Field.

Bradwell Institute hosted games this past Saturday and Monday, earning back-to-back wins on the diamond.
The Tigers posted nine runs in the first inning to get a 10-7 win over Charlton County on Saturday at Tiger Field. Another quick start Monday by the Tigers led to a 13-3 win over New Hampstead in a game called for the run rule.

Saturday vs. Charlton County
In the first inning, Evan Crystal put Bradwell on the scoreboard after pounding an RBI triple. Brennan Long hit an RBI single and Steven Harris hit a two-run double. Quindarius Watkins scored a run on a groundout. Jordan Lambright and Hunter Hawkins both had RBI singles, and then Crystal had another at bat, nailing a two-run homer.

The Tigers held the lead despite a four-run inning by the Indians in the top of the third. The Indians trailed 10-7 after pushing in two more runs in the fourth inning.
But strong pitching and fielding meant neither team would cross home plate again for the remainder of the game.
Wes Brooks started on the mound for the Tigers. He pitched three innings, tossing three strikeouts, walking three and giving up five runs off five hits.

Kai Ash pitched two innings, giving up two runs off four hits. He struck out one batter. Long closed the game, pitching the last two innings. He gave up one hit and got one strikeout.

Monday vs. New Hampstead
The Tigers opened the first inning with a two-run double by Harris and a passed ball by the Phoenix to go up 3-0. In the second inning, Crystal nailed an RBI triple, Brooks had an RBI double, Long had an RBI single and fancy base running gave the Tigers a 7-0 lead going into the top of the third inning.

The Phoenix notched two runs in the third inning and one in the fifth. But the Tigers scored three runs each in the fourth and fifth innings to end the game early with the 13-3 win.
Crystal ended the game with four RBIs off two hits. Harris pitched the five-inning game, giving up three earned runs.
On Thursday, the Tigers host Savannah Country Day at 5 p.m. They host Liberty County at 6 p.m. Friday.
The Tigers are 2-1 overall.

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