Thursday, April 29, 1999

N.KY. HIGH SCHOOL REPORT


Browne stars on mound for Ryle

The Cincinnati Enquirer

        Junior Jamie Browne served as a relief pitcher for Ryle last season, compiling a 2-1 record with a mediocre 5.08 earned run average.

        Now a starter, Browne struck out a career-best eight and scattered seven hits, giving Ryle a 4-2 victory over Holy Cross on Wednesday at Ryle.

        “Jamie had one bad start and was roughed up against East Carter,” Ryle coach Pat Roesel said. “He gave up five runs and was also hit in the right arm with a line drive and had to come out.”

        Since the East Carter game, Brown has been outstanding. He did lose to Brossart 4-1 but was the victim of three unearned runs.

        “Today Jamie kept them off balance,” Roesel said. “He walked three, but Holy Cross hit seven on the ground for outs to go with the eight strikeouts.”

        Browne also came through for the offense, scoring the winning run on Travis Alig's single in the second inning.

        The Raiders are now 14-7, well ahead of last year's team that finished 18-15.

       



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