First Preparatory Christian Academy notched two wins on the baseball field while Liberty County High School and Bradwell Institute struggled.
FPCA two games and lost another last week. Last Monday they defeated Twiggs Academy 17-1. Last Wednesday in a hard fought game against Habersham, the Highlanders fell 5-3. The Highlanders are 3-0 in the GISA Region 2-AA. Last Thursday they rebounded with an 8-2 win over Memorial Day. They are 4-8 overall. Tomorrow they are scheduled to host Twiggs Academy at 4 p.m.
The Liberty County High School Panther baseball team fell 15-0 against Claxton last Thursday. Yesterday the Panthers were scheduled to honor their seniors during a home game against Windsor Forest. On April 13, they host Southeast Bulloch at 5:30 p.m. The Panthers are 3-10 overall and 2-0 in Region 3-AAA.
The Bradwell Institute Tigers are 3-20 overall and 0-12 in Region 2-(6) A after falling against Richmond Hill during their three game series. Last Monday the Wildcats topped the Tigers 9-1. The Tigers fell 15-0 and 14-3 against the Wildcats last Wednesday during a double-header. This week the Tigers have a three game series against Brunswick. The Tigers were set to travel on Monday but host the Pirates today at 6 p.m. On Friday they travel to Brunswick for their final game at 6 p.m. Next week they have a three game series against Glynn County.
FPCA boys’ soccer lost two games last week. The Highlanders lost 3-2 against Trinity Christian and 5-0 against St. Andrews. Tomorrow they play at Bulloch Academy at 5p.m. The boys are 2-9 overall and 3-9 in the region.
The LCHS Panther boys lost 2-0 against Coastal Home School dropping them to 1-8 overall. They are 1-3 in region 3-AAA. They play at 5:30 p.m. Monday at Windsor Forest in Savannah. The Lady Panthers are 2-7 overall and 2-2 in the region after falling 11-2 to Coastal Home School last week. Their game at Windsor Forest Monday is at 4:30 p.m.
Bradwell Institute’s Lady Tigers soccer team is currently 9-4-1 overall. Last Tuesday they beat Effingham County 2-0. Alysia Estrada and Emily Hause each scored one goal. Last Thursday they defeated South Effingham 6-1. Makayla Robison scored three goals, Madison Steyer scored two and Estrada scored one. The Lady Tigers made 28 shots on goal. Tiger goalkeeper Nevaeh Lopez had 10 saves. Next Tuesday they host Brantley County at 5 p.m. They are 6-4 in the region.
The Tigers boys are 6-6-1 overall and 3-6 in the region. According to Maxpreps.com, the Tigers and Effingham ended their game tied 2-2 last Tuesday. The Tigers lost in overtime last Thursday against South Effingham 2-1. Today the Tiger boys play at South Effingham.