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Tigers rebound to close out home schedule
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Bradwell's Chris Perry taps in a lob pass for the Tigers' first points of the game against Jenkins.

The Bradwell Institute Tigers picked up their third straight win with a 46-38 victory over Jenkins on Tuesday night.

The Tigers improved to 19-3 overall and 6-2 in Region 1-AAAAA boys basketball with the win. Tahshaun Frasier paced Bradwell with 11 points, while Chris Perry chipped in nine. Dar’kari Pasley scoed eight points.

The Tigers held the Warriors to just 12 first-half points, including only five in the second quarter. 

Bradwell was just 11 of 22 from the free throw line and went 13 of 32 from inside the 3-point arc.

Perry and Jamal Jackson each had seven rebounds, and Frasier dished out four assists.

Jackson, Tyon Jones and Zay Thomas had four points each in the win.

The Tigers avenged an earlier loss to Greenbrier with a 54-39 win over the Greenbrier Wolfpack on Friday.

Frasier and Perry had 15 points each, with Frasier adding six rebounds, five assists and four steals. Perry collected seven rebounds and handed out three assists.

Kohlmin Nelson added eight points and Jackson chipped in six points.

Bradwell rolled to a 68-41 win over Tattnall County on Saturday night, opening with a 12-2 run.

Perry led the way with 13 points and seven rebounds. Frasier added 10 points, four rebounds, four assists and three steals, and Pasley scored 11 points. Jackson had eight points.

The Tigers close out the regular season February 3 at Statesboro and February 6 at Jenkins.

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Jamal Jackson and Jenkins' Jamari Tilley (5) fight for possession of loose ball in the Tigers' win Tuesday night.
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