WEST POINT – East Webster baseball coach Wes Johnson doesn't make excuses when his team loses.
Instead he gives credit where credit is due and on Tuesday night, that was directed to the West Point Green Wave, who claimed a 10-5 victory.
“Give West Point credit, they swung the bats and when those two left handers are on the mound, they are pretty good,” Johnson said. “Both of them threw real well. They were just wild enough that you couldn’t dig in on them and they swung the bats. I thought they played really well tonight and we didn’t play bad it was just that we didn’t get as many hits as they did.”
East Webster started the game with a Miller Hancock single to right field. From there, Hancock picked up the Wolverines first run leaving the bases empty for John Wofford Williams, who reached first after being walked. Williams was then joined on base by Chase Keller.
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