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Tigers fall to Glynns Red Terrors
Strong running game not enough
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Tiger quarterback LaBaron Anthony rushed for 99 yards, including an 11-yard touchdown in Fridays 27-14 loss at Glynn Academy. - photo by Courier file photo

The Bradwell Tigers fall to 2-2 in Region 3-AAAAA after losing 27-14 in Brunswick against Glynn Academy Friday night.
The Red Terrors’ defense managed to keep the Tigers from pushing the pigskin into the end zone the entire first half.
In the meantime, the Red Terrors offense chipped away at the yards and scored two touchdowns on runs of 11 and six yards.
As expected, both teams used their strong ground games to pound away at the defenses. The Tigers rushed for 227 yards and tallied only five yards in passing.
Going into the second half trailing 14-0, Bradwell eventually scored on a five-yard run by Sammie Clayton.
Robert Miller finished the night 2-for-2 on extra points.
The Bradwell boys made a game of it in the fourth quarter, tying the game 14-14 after driving the ball downfield and scoring on an 11-yard quarterback keeper by LaBaron Anthony.
But Glynn Academy marched downfield as well, scoring on an 11-yard touchdown run.
The Red Terrors then put the nail in the Tigers’ coffin with a breakout, 42-yard touchdown run to seal the win.
Anthony finished the game rushing for 99 yards on 23 carries. Clayton rushed for 66 yards on eight carries and Hubert Anderson had 12 carries for 49 yards.
The Red Terrors tallied 281 yards rushing and 10 passing yards.
Bradwell is 3-4 overall and will host Richmond Hill next Friday on their senior night game.
The Wildcats were undefeated until Friday night’s 34-17 loss to Ware County. Richmond Hill is 6-1 overall and 3-1 in the region.

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