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Tigers win back-to-back region games
Tiger batter Garrett McCorkle, shown here during a home game earlier this season, was one of three Tigers who hit home runs in the last two games. - photo by Phgoto by Patty Leon

Bradwell Institute is headed down the homestretch of the baseball season. The team is in third place in Region 3-AAAAA after beating region rival Johnson, 13-0, in four innings on Friday and defeating Windsor Forest, 7-6, at home Monday afternoon.

Tiger pitcher Jacob Dill pitched a one-hitter Friday in Savannah, according to baseball coach Rhett Hellgren.

The coach said each player had a hit and Josh Driggers smacked two homeruns. Adam Corwin had two hits.

Keeping up the momentum, the boys eked out a one-run win against the Knights at home Monday.

Hellgren said the Tiger infield converted two double plays to end the late innings and keep the lead.

Tigers Dill and Garrett McCorckle had back-to-back homeruns in the bottom of the sixth, giving the Hinesville boys their one-run advantage. Eran Hodge pitched three and one-third innings and Eric Wells got the win, pitching the remainder of the game.

Tonight, the BI boys host Beach for their final region game of the regular season. It’s also senior night. Zach Hawkins, Eran Hodge and injured Tiger Josh Rivers will be honored. The game starts at 5 p.m. but get there early to honor the seniors.

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