High school softball: Lady Warriors level Charleston Math and Science

The Whale Branch Lady Warriors rolled in the 1-A Playoffs earlier in the week, defeating Charleston Math and Science 31-10 on Monday, May 5.

Dominant Whale Branch pulled away from Charleston Math and Science early on in the contest. Following the win, Whale Branch improved to 10-11.

Whale Branch, making the most of its opportunities at the plate, used 12 hits and 25 walks to secure the lopsided win.

The Lady Warriors thrived both offensively and defensively.

Whale Branch starting pitcher Olivia Walker earned the win. In a strong outing, Walker allowed just one hit and one earned run for the Lady Warriors.

At the plate, Walker went 4-for-5 as the team excelled in an offensive onslaught. Karen Rivers was 3-for-5 while Shanelle Webb and Autumn Moon were each 2-for-3.

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