Wolves run-rule Highland in game two

Wolves run-rule Highland in game two

WESSON, Miss. – A four-RBI game from Jaylyn Williams lifted the Wolves to a 12-2, six inning, victory over Highland Community College in the nightcap on Saturday. The win moves the Wolves of Copiah-Lincoln to 10-2 on the season.

The Wolves were dialed in game two as the team racked up 11 hits in just six innings of play, including two homers.

Craig Bradley got things started for Co-Lin with a solo shot on the third pitch of the bottom of the first inning. RBI doubles from CJ Estave and Austin Tidwell later in the inning gave the Wolves a 4-0 advantage entering the second.

Williams stretched that lead even further in the bottom of the second with a towering three-run homer to left field that gave the Wolves a 7-0 lead.

In the third, the Cougars got one back with a solo shot from Martinez.

Co-Lin pushed back and plated three in the bottom of the fourth after an RBI single from Estave, an RBI double from Williams and a sacrifice fly from Tidwell. Co-Lin was up 10-1 going into the fifth.

Highland scored their final run in the top of the sixth after drawing a walk with the bases loaded.

The Wolves walked it off in the bottom half of the sixth with a groundout from Bradley that scored Austin O'Flynn.

Jordan Bowden was the winning pitcher for the Wolves as he surrendered one run on three hits over five innings, striking out six and walking one. Tidwell and Kyle Whittington entered the game out of the bullpen and helped to close out the game in relief.

Cameron Timm took the loss for Cougars. He lasted one and two-thirds innings, allowing six hits and seven runs while striking out three.

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