West Point baseball looks for winning formula

West Point first baseman Reed White, right, waits for a throw on a pickoff attempt as an East Webster base runner scrambles back to the bag.
Danny P. Smith
Staff Writer

Unfortunately for the Green Wave, the high school game involves seven innings and they could not hold down the Wolverines for the duration.
East Webster found life offensively to finish with a total of 11 hits and came back to take a 10-7 victory.

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