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Plunk! Bruised ’Busco beats rival Wildcats

May 13, 2011

Churubusco pitcher Brianne Burkhart picked up her second win on the mound in as many nights allowing just four hits and striking out five batters. Post & Mail photo / Mark Parker

   SOUTH WHITLEY — Normally, a pitcher throwing a no-hitter through four innings with three runs and four hits in support could expect to have a fairly comfortable lead.
   That, however, was not the case for the Whitko Lady Wildcats in their contest with Whitley County rival Churubusco.
   Six hit batters and six Wildcat errors gave the visiting Eagles a 13-6 win on a rainy Friday night.

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