Sometimes all it takes is one: Eagles Baseball defeats South Side by one

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Josh Burns stands ready at first base, prepared to tag out the South Side runner in case the ball is thrown to him by Pitcher Webb. Photo by Kendall Patterson

The Chester County High School Baseball team had a low scoring game that still resulted in a win.
After getting just one run in after getting Hunter McLemore home in the fourth, it proved to be enough for the Eagles.
South Side never found home plate.
Eagles Baseball Head Coach Mike Goff raved about his pitcher on the mound, Clay Webb.
He explained Webb manages to keep his composure and still play well when faced with adversity.
“Clay pitched his heart out… I can’t say enough on senior Clay Webb’s performance,”
Webb was a leader for his team by pitching seven innings, allowing zero runs on six hits, striking out 11 and walking one.
Sitting at 8-14 overall and _ for the district, Goff just hopes the team finds some momentum before the district tournament starts May 6. Matchups left in the regular season include the Eagles against Bolivar, today, April 30, at home and against Haywood on Friday at Haywood.

Pictured is Clay Webb in the Eagles versus Hawks matchup. He pitched seven innings, allowing zero runs on six hits, striking out 11 and walking one. Photo by Kendall Patterson