The Bradwell Tiger baseball team falls to 3-17 overall after dropping three games against South Effingham last week. Last Monday they lost 12-2 and they fell 12-2 last Wednesday. This past Friday the Mustangs beat the Tigers 16-1.
This week the Tigers have three games against Richmond Hill. They were scheduled to host the Wildcats Monday, will travel to Richmond Hill today for a game at 6 p.m. and will host the Wildcats at 6 p.m. Friday.
Liberty County High School is 3-9 overall but are 2-0 in Region 3-AAA. This past Thursday the Panthers lost to Claxton 8-6. Tomorrow they travel to Claxton for a 6 p.m. game.
First Preparatory Christian Academy defeated Robert Toombs Christian Academy 8-7. This past Saturday however, they fell 13-3 against Federica Academy and 10- against Academy for Classical Education. FPCA was scheduled to play Monday against Twiggs Academy. Today they host the Habersham School at 4:30 p.m.
The Panther boys’ soccer team is 1-7 overall and 1-3 in region play. Last week the Panther boys lost 9-2 against Windsor forest and lost 6-1 at Southeast Bulloch. The Lady panther beat Windsor Forest 9-1 but fell to Southeast Bulloch 5-1.
Today the Panthers host Coastal Home School. The girls play at 5 p.m. and the boys’ game will follow.
The Bradwell Institute Lady Tigers are 7-4-1 overall and 4-4 in region action. Last week they won 8-0 at Statesboro but lost to the Richmond Hill Wildcats 6-0. This past Friday the Lady Tigers beat Brunswick 11-1. Against the Lady Pirates Madison Steyer scored three goals. Emily Hause, Alysia Estrada and Makayla Robison scored two goals each. Andrea Lopez and Taniyah Bowman scored one goal each. Goal keeper Nevaeh Lopez made eight saves on goal.
The Tiger boys lost two straight falling 4-1 against Glynn Academy and 3-1 against Brunswick. They are 5-4-1 overall and 2-4 in the region.
First Preparatory Christian Academy boys’ soccer team is 2-7 overall for the season and 0-3 in the Georgia Independent School Association’s region 2. On March 5 the Highlanders beat Trinity Christian 3-0. On March 11 the FPCA boys lost 6-0 against St. Andrews. In a rematch against Trinity the boys won 7-0 on March 15. They lost 5-0 against Halo and 3-0 against John Milledge Academy during a tournament on March 19. On day two of the tournament they lost 5-0 against Calvary Christian and 2-1 against Brookwood.
Last Tuesday they lost 4-3 hosting Bulloch Academy. This past Thursday FPCA fell 3-0 at Frederica Academy.
There was no information posted for the FPCA Lady ‘Landers soccer team.