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Track Puts Up Great Marks at Southwood

The Panther track teams used their best night of the year to run an outstanding meet last evening.  The boys’ team defeated Southwood and Northfield to stay undefeated on the season.  The girls put a great effort – in spite of missing three of their highest point scorers – to take second to Southwood. The

Panthers lose 9-1 to Northfield

  The Panthers lost 9-1 to Northfield on Thursday, despite a total of four hits. Andy Black had an impressive outing against Northfield’s lineup. Andy held Northfield hitless over two innings, allowed no earned runs, walked two and struck out three. Remington Monce recorded the win for Northfield. He allowed one run over seven innings. Remington struck

Panthers Track & Field Team Defeats Southern Wells

The boys and girls track team opened their season with victories over Southern Wells.  The ladies won the meet 68-55. The girls team was led by Brooke Saylor and Sierra Singer who each notched three victories.  Saylor won both hurdle events and ran a leg of the 4 x 100m relay.  She also had a

The Panthers escape Southern Wells behind Kody Graves’s 8 strikeouts, 4-0

Kody Graves hopes every outing could go as well as Wednesday, as Kody threw a shutout to carry the Panthers to a 4-0 victory over Southern Wells in seven innings. The Panthers’ Kody kept Southern Wells off the scoreboard for all seven innings he was on the rubber. He pitched a shutout, allowing no opposing players

The Panthers muster 5 hits, drop 14-3 contest to Marion

Despite a big day at the dish from Luke Elliott, who finished 2-3, the Panthers lost 14-3 to Marion on Friday. Luke put himself in scoring position with two extra-base hits for the Panthers. He doubled in the first and third innings. Eli Foreman recorded the win for Marion. He allowed three runs over four innings. Eli

The Panthers top Muncie Burris behind Luke Elloitt’s 3 hits, 12-2

Thursday was a great day for Luke Elloitt, as he hit two home runs to carry the Panthers to a 12-2 victory over Muncie Burris in five innings. The Panthers blew out Muncie Burris thanks to 13 hits, including seven extra base hits. The Panthers hit three home runs in the win. Home runs for the

Nate Shaw’s big day not enough, as the Panthers lose 11-5 to Wes-Del

Despite a big day at the dish from Nate Shaw, who finished 3-3, the Panthers lost 11-5 to Wes-Del on Wednesday. Tré Quinn recorded the win for Wes-Del. He allowed four runs over 4 1/3 innings. He struck out two, walked four and surrendered seven hits. Wes-Del’s Devin Gill, Zac Hoffman and Trevor Spencer combined for five hits and eight RBIs. Kody