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SHALLOTTE—The pitchers were way ahead of the hitters when West Brunswick and North Brunswick got together last Thursday for a bone-chilling evening of high school softball.
As the temperature dipped into the 30s and players donned sweatshirts and winter caps to stay warm, four pitchers combined for 17 strikeouts and yielded just one earned run in North Brunswick’s 3-2 win.
“The girls did great. Hopefully, we’ll get better,” North Brunswick coach Lionel Bryant said following his team’s season opener.
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