Bryan County High School’s softball team went 2-2 in their last four region 2-AA games but did clinch a spot in the region playoffs which begins Thursday afternoon.
The Lady Redskins beat Vidalia 3-2 Sept. 23, but lost at Bacon County 4-3 the following day. Last Thursday the girls where at St. Vincent’s Academy where they won 7-1 but visited Long County last Friday falling 9-0.
The Lady Redskins are 15-10 overall and 6-6 in the region according to maxpreps.com.
Lady Redskin Layton Harrell leads the team in RBIs with 22. She is 25-of67 for the season with 16 singles, three doubles ad six home runs this year. Logan Harrell is second in RBIS with 14 and was 25-of-69 with 14 singles, five doubles, three triples and three home runs. Brooke Barfield was 18-of-73 with 11 RBIs off 13 singles, four doubles and a home run to round out the top three.
As of Wednesday Brooke Barfield had pitched 95.2 innings in 21 games played with 18 starts and had tossed 87 strikeouts. Shelby Barfield pitched 46.2 innings in 14 games played with six starts and tossed 36 strikeouts.
The stats are according to Game Changer.
According to maxpreps.com the opponent and location for Thursday’s region playoff game had not been posted.