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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

Jr. High Track Competes at Oak Hill

The Jr. High track teams split their meets with Oak Hill to open their season.  The Jr. high girls lost both 7th grade and 8th grade meets.  The boys’ teams were victorious in both of their meets. The 7th grade girls got victories from Kylie Standfest in the 100 hurdles, and Audrey Altum in the

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