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WCCC claims WPCC softball title

Bill Beckner

Westmoreland County Community College scored eight unanswered runs to topple Butler County Community College, 12-8, in the WPCC championship game Saturday at Seton Hill.

It was the team’s first title since 2007.

The Wolfpack trailed 5-1 and 8-4 before rallying for the victory.

Sophomore Brianna McCulley had a two-run single, and sophomore Emily Oswald tied it 8-8 in the fifth inning with a run-scoring double.

Sophomore Chelsey Frock delivered an RBI single to right in the sixth to give the Wolfpack the lead for good.

Another sophomore, Hope Hixson, gave WCCC some insurance with a bases-clearing, three-run triple.

McCulley, Hixson, Frock, sophomore Alexis McKnight and freshman Megan Monzo (Hempfield) received all-conference accolades.

WCCC advances to the Region XX Tournament May 3-5 at a site to be announced.

Bill Beckner Jr. is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Bill by email at [email protected] or via Twitter .

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