Bradwell Institute’s boys varsity basketball team won Saturday’s home non-conference game against rival Liberty County High School by a score of 77-73. The game was played on Bradwell’s Senior Night.
The Tigers now sport a 11-13 record. They put it on the line next when they travel to Richmond Hill for a non-league contest today, Feb. 6. Bradwell Institute will meet a Wildcats team coming off a 65-63 league loss to Bradwell Institute. The Wildcats record now stands at 15-10.
The Liberty County Panthers girls basketball team, was overwhelmed 64-37 in Saturday’s non-league battle with the host Bradwell Institute’s Lady Tigers.
The Lady Tigers now possess a 14-10 record. They put it on the line next when they travel to Brunswick for a non-league battle today. Bradwell Institute will confront a Pirates team coming off a 52-40 non-league loss to Tift County . The Pirates record now stands at 13-11.
During the game, members of the LCHS boys and girls basketball teams honored the late Albert “Spud” Dock by wearing memorial T-shirts and many student groups made cards and posters for the Dock family, according to school administrators. Dock died in a car accident late last month. Two other students, David Jackson and Deven Merchant, were injured in the same crash.
A photo collage titled “We Are Liberty” was presented to LCHS Principal Stephanie Woods, LCHS school officials said.
“Liberty had their Senior Night last Tuesday versus Appling County,” said LCHS Basketball Coach Julian Stokes. “We honored Spud during that night with presentations of gifts to his mother and sister during halftime of the varsity boys game and had a moment of silence before the game as well. This past Saturday, February 2, was Bradwell’s Senior Night. The student that was injured from their team, Deven Merchant, was able to walk during Senior Night and be acknowledged by his school.”