Glynn Academy’s softball squad broke out the bats Tuesday in Hinesville to beat Region 2-6A foe Bradwell Institute 13-2 in five innings.

The Lady Terrors jumped on the Lady Tigers early with five runs in the first inning and four runs in the second inning. Afer a scoreless third, Glynn added another run in the fourth and three more in the top of the fifth for the final result.

Bradwell was only able to push across a run each in the first and second innings.

The Lady Terrors totaled 17 hits with Scarlee Porter’s four hits leading the way. Porter also had an RBI and scored 3 runs.

Annie Chance contributed two hits, including a home run, to go with 3 RBIs and three runs scored. Anna Lee Mancil totaled three hits with a run and an RBI while Maci Gibbs stat line included three hits and one RBI.

Jordan Wallen had two hits with two runs and two RBIs as Emma Gravley, Alexis Peters and Kenzie Alvies each had a hit.

Chance earned the win in the circle, giving up two earned runs and striking out three over five innings.


Glynn Academy split its tri-match Tuesday at Richmond Hill, but the Lady Terrors won the game that mattered the most. After dropping the first set 15-25, Glynn rallied to beat the host school 25-17 and 25-19 to stay unbeaten in Region 2-6A play.

Savannah Serafini led the Lady Terrors with 12 kills as Lily Hidalgo contributed nine kills. Both also had two aces while Hidalgo added two blocks. Brayleigh Tompkins set up Glynn’s attack with 20 assists. Mary Altman added seven assists and three aces. Macyn Nasser and Montana Jackson contributed four blocks and two blocks, respectively.

The Lady Terrors lost their second match of the night to South Effingham 19-25 and 23-25. Serafini led the team with 10 kills while Nasser added six. Tompkins totaled 19 assists.

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