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Eastbrook Varsity Baseball falls to Oak Hill High School 1-3

Sport Baseball Eastbrook Varsity Baseball Home Score 1 Away Score 3 Game Recap The Panthers get on top of Oak Hill early but can’t hang on in 3-1 lossThe Panthers jumped out to an early lead, but were unable to hold on and lost 3-1 to Oak Hill on Tuesday.Oak Hill took the lead in

Track Teams Sweep Oak Hill and Elwood

The varsity boys’ and girls’ track teams posted big victories over Oak Hill and Elwood last evening at Elwood.  On a cool and windy evening, the Panthers brought some sizzling hot marks home with them.  Oak Hill was missing some of their upperclassman for the meet, so the Panthers took advantage and continued to run

Panthers Second in Grant 4 Track & Field

The Eastbrook boys track team came up just short in their bid to break Oak Hill’s 10-year reign as Grant 4 track & field champions Friday night at Madison-Grant High School.  Leading by one point headed into the final event, the Panthers were unable to hold off a talented Oak Hill 4 x 400 relay

Hot bat leads the Panthers past Mississinewa 14-2

Thursday was a great day for Andy Black, as he hit two home runs to carry the Panthers to a 14-2 victory over Mississinewa in seven innings. The Panthers didn’t let up, as they kept racking up runs until the end. The Panthers scored six runs in the last one innings to finish off the blowout

Cly, Lawvere Lead Panthers to CIC Win

Megan Cly had two hits and Nicole Lawvere struck out nine while scattering six hits in leading Eastbrook to a 3-0 CIC victory over Mississinewa.  The win snapped a six game winning streak for the Indians and moved the Panthers to 2-0 in the CIC.  Key defensive plays by Jordan Burman and Katey Jo Bradford

Junior High Track Outruns Blackford

The 7th and 8th grade boys and girls track teams defeated Blackford in a dual meet on Wednesday.  The 7th grade girls were 108-6 winners, while the 7th grade boys won by a score of 86-12.  In the 8th grade meet, the girls won 77-28 and the boys 78-31.

Comeback kills the Panthers’s hopes in 17-11 loss to Adams Central

The Panthers lost 17-11 on Monday after a surprise rally turned a nine-run fourth inning advantage into a Adams Central victory. Andrew Hammond got the win in relief for Adams Central. Andrew pitched 2 1/3 innings and allowed three runs. Adams Central easily handled the Panthers pitching as six hitters combined for 15 hits, 15 RBIs