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Liberty squads heading for season finales
Bradwell, LCHS squads up, down during week

Basketball season will soon be done, and local teams are trying to get in as many games as they can pending a COVID outbreak. The Liberty County High School teams managed to get two games in this past week. 

The Bradwell Institute Tigers had to forfeit a game while the boys played two games and the girls squeezed in three games. 

On Jan. 27, the Panthers lost to Southeast Bulloch 70-47. On Jan. 29, the Panther boys lost 100-42 against Windsor Forest. The boys were set to rematch Southeast Bulloch last night and will host Savannah High Friday at 7:30 p.m. Individual stats were not posting by press time. The Liberty boys are 3-8 overall and 1-3 in the region.

For the varsity Lady Panthers, it was two back-to-back wins as they downed Southeast Bulloch 53-24 and defeated Windsor Forest 50-47. Against Southeast Bulloch Sanaya Frazier led in scoring with 10 points. Destiny Grider chipped in nine. The girls were 15 of 20 at the line. Stats from their narrow win against Windsor Forest were not posted. The Lady Panthers are 6-4 overall and 3-1 in the region. 

The girls were set to rematch Southeast Bulloch last night and will host Savannah High Friday at 6 p.m. with the boys’ game following. 

Individual stats were not posted by press time for the boys’ games.

At Bradwell Institute the Lady Tigers are holding a 7-7 record overall and 4-5 in region play. The girls beat Glynn Academy 62-43 on Jan. 27. In that victory Taniyah Bowman scored 20 points, Bailey Gilmore had 16 and Ka’liyah Tillman added 13 points. 

This past Friday the girls beat Brunswick 49-46 and on Saturday the Lady Tigers lost to Camden County 50-45. Against the Pirates Bowman hit 28 points with Gilmore adding 11. Against the Wildcats it was Bowman again leading the score with 21 points. 

The Tiger boys dropped their game against the Brunswick Pirates 75-61. Jaylin Frasier dropped in 18 points and Elyjah Thurmon added 14. The Tiger boys are 4-10 overall and 1-8 in the region.

Both Tiger squads had to forfeit their Jan. 22, against Statesboro High.

The Tigers were scheduled to play against Richmond Hill last night. The teams host Effingham Friday with the girls tipping-off first at 6 p.m.

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