Panthers rout Trojans on baseball field

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Bryce Braswell bunts one.

Bryce Braswell bunts one.

Bryce Braswell bunts one.

Evan Lindsey, Journalism

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The Panther baseball team took on the Hot Springs Trojans in action April 4. The Panthers came out of the gates on fire, scoring 7 runs in the first inning. Freshmen Adam Pieratt was the starting pitcher for the Panthers and excelled. Pieratt pitched all 5 innings and only let up 2 runs. The Trojans, however, had 11 errors in the game and played a big part in the Panthers’ soaring to a huge lead. “We jumped out early and kept our foot on the pedal the whole game,” said senior Parker Ribble. The Panthers won in only 5 innings due to the run-rule. In fact, 17-2 was the final score, in Magnolia’s favor. The Panthers’ next game is Apr. 7 at DeQueen.

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