Rylee Burnette keeps Clay-Battelle going from behind the plate

MORGANTOWN — There’s an unspoken bond in softball between a pitcher and catcher.
The best duos always have a sort of chemistry; they understand each game situation and how they to work together to overcome the challenges posed. For Clay-Battelle senior Caitlyn Kassay — one of the best Class A pitchers in the state — her second all season had been Rhonda Petrucci.

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