HATTIESBURG — East Webster softball coach John Harris was confident his Wolverines would close out Lake in Game 2 of the MHSAA Class 2A championship on Friday. 

East Webster (29-5) learned  a lesson about complacency in the semifinals against East Union. The Wolverines had won 18 consecutive games heading into Game 2 of the semifinals — including a 6-4 victory in Game 1. 

“We were up 1-0 on East Union and thought they were going to roll over,” Harris said. “Obviously, they were a good team and didn’t roll over and punched us in the mouth. We didn’t want that again.” 

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