The Bradwell Lady Tiger softball teams finished 2-3 in the Battle of the ’Boro tournament held this past weekend in Statesboro.
The girls went 1-1 on Friday, falling to Treutlen, 13-1, but defeating East Laurens, 11-8.
Treutlen had 13 runs off 17 hits in the first game, while Bradwell was held to five hits.
Against East Laurens, Bradwell scored eight runs in the first three innings. East Laurens answered the challenge, however, tying the game at 8-8 in the fourth.
The Lady Tigers added three runs in the fifth to grab the win. Bradwell had 16. Kayleen Pixley went 4 for 4 with four RBIs.
On Saturday morning, the Lady Tigers fell to Ware County, 11-3.
Bradwell was held to four hits and committed errors. The Lady Tigers scored all three of their runs in the fourth inning. Meanwhile, Ware scored 10 runs in the first three innings to get off to a dominant start.
The Lady Tigers got their second win of the tournament by beating the Statesboro Lady Blue Devils, 18-3, in three innings.
BI scored 12 runs in the second to pull away. Bradwell had 11 hits. Pitchers Mackenzie Stewart and Madison Winn combined for five strikeouts.
The Lady Tigers then lost to Dublin 5-4.
Going into Tuesday’s action, Pixley led the Lady Tigers in RBIs with 11 in
10 games, batting 12 for 21 and a triple. Briana Tootle was 10 for 33 with seven RBIs in her 12 game appearances.
Mackenzie Stewart was
9 for 26 with two doubles and six RBIs. Tamia Johnson was 9 for 25 with four RBIs. Miracle Fata was 8 for 26 with six RBIs and one home run. Shania Eldridge was
7 for 26 with two RBIs; Melissa Gregory is 5 for 23 with five RBIs in 10 games.
Jakaria Fleming was
4 for 18 with two RBIs. Leana Carrette saw action in seven games and was 3 for 10 with two RBIs. Kaylee Taylor was 3 for 13; Madison Winn has played in seven games going 1 for 8; Miranda Wells also had seven games under her belt going 1 for 1.
Chesnee Giraldo has played in four varsity games and has one RBI.
Stewart had pitched
32 innings, with 14 walks and 24 strikeouts. Winn has pitched 14 innings, tossing 10 strikeouts and walking 15. The Lady Tigers were scheduled to start Region 3-AAAAA play Tuesday hosting Richmond Hill at home. Results were not available by press time.