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Friday — April 9, 2004


Wolverine nine
nails first W

Softball team in the win column

Fresh off of spring break, the Wood River softball team split with Buhl Tuesday.

"Coming back from that many days off, you never know what the girls are going to look like," coach Chris Cey said.

From Cey’s account, the Wolverines (1-2) did not look too shabby, losing the opener 5-1 and claiming the nightcap, 6-3 in five innings.

The Tribe’s Whitney Ordonez one-hit the Wolverines in the first contest and also issued 10 strikeouts.

"She’s very good," Cey said. "She’s the pitcher they won state with last year."

Hailey’s Chandin Persaud pitched a two-hitter, but walked six.

Senior Camey Anderson tallied the sole hit and run for the Wolverines.

Cey remarked, "Defensively, we need to clean it up, reduce the number of walks and errors."

Hailey collected its first win of the season in the nightcap. The Wolverines socked seven hits and scored two runs each in the second, fourth and fifth frames.

Andeson tripled and scored twice. Jamie Stone had one hit and run. Pitcher Ali Sherbine allowed four hits in the win.

"We looked pretty good," Cey said. "We hit the ball better."

Hailey (0-2 SCIC) was scheduled to host Jerome on Thursday and will travel to Burley on April 15.


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