By News-Argus Staff
Published in Sports on April 21, 2008 1:48 PM
From staff reports
WILSON -- Lani Fricks belted an eighth-inning, RBI single and Beddingfield's defense obliged with two errors as Eastern Wayne pulled out a 6-4 on the Eastern Carolina 3-A Conference softball scene.
The Bruins responded with a two-run rally of their own, but Fricks posted a game-ending strikeout. The Warriors (6-14 overall) claimed their first ECC win of 2008 after seven consecutive defeats.
"That was a big win for us," said first-year Eastern Wayne head coach Tony Parrish. "The girls were emotional the whole game, were behind each other and they wanted to win when the game got into extra innings."
Fricks finished with six strikeouts in two-plus innings of relief. Starter Carrie Adams permitted two runs on three hits in 5 2/3 innings inside the pitcher's circle.
Adams, Casey Mitchell and Brianna Williams paced the Eastern Wayne offense with two hits apiece.
SEVEN SPRINGS -- Sarah Eonta, Traci Bridgers and Brittany Baker cranked out three hits apiece during Princeton's 22-1 rout of Carolina 1-A Conference softball foe Spring Creek.
Hannah Wood and Maegan Myers each added two hits. Ashley Braswell batted 1-for-2 with two walks. Danielle Mitchell contributed a double and drew three walks.
Bridgers and Myers combined for a two-hitter and four strikeouts in the pitcher's circle.
Princeton (8-4 overall) remained unbeaten in five conference outings this season.
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