SOFTBALL: Runs stack up in 13-12 nail-biter


Black River’s McKenzie Hendershot gets a hit against Clearview.

Black River’s McKenzie Hendershot gets a hit against Clearview.


Pirates seniors Kaitlyn Unangst, Grace Spencer, Shianne Wacker, and McKenzie Hendershot pose with coach Larry Toth after the win.


Photos by Russ Gifford | Wellington Enterprise

Everyone was holding their breath May 16 as the Black River girls eked out a 13-12 win over Clearview, hanging on despite a two-run final inning from the Clippers. McKenzie Hendershot was the winning pitcher, striking out four but allowing all 12 runs in the full seven-inning stretch on the mound. Kaitlyn Unangst led the offensive charge with five RBIs and three more base hits.

Black River’s McKenzie Hendershot gets a hit against Clearview.
https://www.thewellingtonenterprise.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/25/2018/05/web1_BlackRiverSoftballVsClearview-SeniorNight-4-of-7-.jpgBlack River’s McKenzie Hendershot gets a hit against Clearview.

Pirates seniors Kaitlyn Unangst, Grace Spencer, Shianne Wacker, and McKenzie Hendershot pose with coach Larry Toth after the win.
https://www.thewellingtonenterprise.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/25/2018/05/web1_BlackRiverSoftballVsClearview-SeniorNight-7-of-7-.jpgPirates seniors Kaitlyn Unangst, Grace Spencer, Shianne Wacker, and McKenzie Hendershot pose with coach Larry Toth after the win.

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