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Lady Tigers fall at weekend tournament
Lady Tiger Josephine Satele pitched well over the weekend during the Warriors Blast and the Lady Tigers home game Monday. - photo by Patty Leon

Bradwell Institute went 0-3 at the Tattnall County Warriors’ Blast Tournament over the weekend. The Lady Tigers fell 9-1 to Bryan County Friday, 15-0 against Tattnall County Saturday and 11-2 against Wheeler County.
However the Lady Tigers rebounded and held off a last minute rally to win 8-7 against St. Vincent’s on their home field Monday.

In Friday’s loss to the Lady Redskins, Lady Tiger Josephine Satele pitched 2 innings, tossing a strike, walking four and allowing five runs.
Bryan County scored four runs in the first inning, three in the second and two in the third. Bradwell scored a run off an RBI single by Whitney Evans in the third. The game was then called because of tournament time limits.

Saturday morning, the Lady Tigers went up against a strong Lady Warrior team from Tattnall County. The Lady Warriors mustered up two runs in the first inning then went on a 10-run sweep in the second. Tattnall clinched the game scoring three runs in the third.
Satele pitched 1 innings, tossing three strikeouts. Danielle Hennessee pitched of an inning, tossing one strikeout. Lady Tigers Mya Gilliard and Kaylynn Jewell each had a hit for Bradwell.

In their final game of the tournament Saturday, the Lady Tigers were up against Wheeler County. Despite RBIs from Jewell and Paige Streeper, which scored LaBrea Wright and Mae-Kayla Linville, the Lady Tigers fell 11-2.
Satele took the loss on the mound. She played 1 innings, striking out two, walking three and giving up two hits and four runs. Hennessee pitched 3 innings, striking out two, walking six and giving up seven runs.

In Monday’s home opener, Bradwell kept the hits coming and were up 4-0 by the fourth inning. The Lady Tigers added three more in the fifth.
That’s when visiting St. Vincent went on a spree. In the top of the sixth inning the Saints marched in four runs while defensively preventing Bradwell a chance to cross home plate. In the top of the seventh, the Lady Saints scored three more runs, tying the game 7-7. The Lady Tigers scored one more in their last at bat, claiming the marginal win.
Leading the hits Monday was Lady Tiger Angie Jackson going 2 for 3 with three RBIs. Evans was 2 for 3 with two RBIs and Wright was 2 for 3 with an RBI.

Satele pitched 6 inning, striking out nine and walking two. Hennessee pitched relief the final inning, striking out a batter.
The Lady Tigers are 1-3 and were set to host Liberty County High School Tuesday. Thursday they play at Liberty at 6 p.m.

The stats and scores were gathered from Game Changer as entered by the coaching staff.

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