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Tigers back at home against Warren County
Bradwell Institute will take on Warren County on Friday after getting an unexpected bye week last week. - photo by Patty Leon

Thanks to Hurricane Hermine the Bradwell Institute Tigers never got a chance to test their talent on the road last week.

The Tiger football team was set to play at Southeast Bulloch but the storm forced the local school system to cancel all the athletic activities.
The game against Southeast Bulloch will not be rescheduled.

Friday the Tigers will host Warren County at 7:30 p.m. at Hokey Jackson Stadium.
The Screaming Devils and Bradwell have never faced one another.
Warren County is 2-0 beating Putnam County 14-0 in game one and beating Harlem 28-16 this past week.

Much like the Tigers the Devils are a running team and are led by senior Timothy Seals. He has 111 yards in 18 carries in the past two games.
Last year Warren County finished the season 3-7 overall and 2-3 in region 7-A. The Screaming Devils passed for 557 yards and four touchdowns last season while rushing for 1,156 yards and nine touchdowns. Seals rushed for 339 yards on 35 carries good for four TDs.

Worth noting: Warren County is coached by former Georgia Southern A-back Cherard Freeman, who played alongside Hill on the 1998 and 1999 teams.

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