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By Austin Andre
Last Friday, the Jersey Panthers baseball team played a home non-conference game against the Pittsfield Saukees.
The first inning saw nothing from either team. However, the top of the second saw the Saukees score four runs over the Panthers with an early lead. The remaining innings saw great performances from both team’s pitchers and several base hits.
Heading into the bottom of the seventh, the Panthers had the bases loaded with an opportunity to potentially tie the game. Saukee’s Pitcher, Nate Scranton, kept the situation under control and struck out the last batter without giving up a single run. Despite the Panther’s best effort, the Saukees won the game 4-0.
The Saukees currently hold a 13-4 win-loss record. Their batting average leaders are Caden Castro with 450, Justin Pennock with 345, and Nick Scranton with 575.
The Panther’s win-loss record is 12-9 as of writing.