Lady Wolverines down Brevard 6-0

Published 7:26 pm Thursday, March 1, 2012

Rounding out the afternoon’s shutout was No. 27 who walked with bases again loaded, bringing in the final Wolverine for a 6-0 win.

Chelsea Kelly walked in the sixth which sent Shea Wheeler in for a score. (photo by Samantha Hurst)

“All our girls played good team ball and unselfishly today,” Wilson said. “We played against a good team today and it took everything we had but these girls gave it.”

Lead hitters were Shea Wheeler, who went 3-3; Katie Ruff, who went 2-3; and Alyssa Montgomery, who went 2-4 with an RBI.

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Hrobak ended the afternoon with 14 strikeouts in the perfect game.

“Jamie’s a good player, and I know this may sound a bit cheesy, but she’s an even better person,” Wilson said. “She never stops working.”

Hrobak, a senior, signed a letter of intent in November to play softball for Brevard College. She said she hopes to go on to college to study education and one day return to Polk County High School to teach and coach the softball team.

Hrobak was named the District 8 Pitcher of the Year as a junior, posting an 18-6 record, with 225 strikeouts and an ERA of 1.32.

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