Panther baseball crushes Wildcats, Timberwolves

Panorama's Drew Taylor slides safely across home plate as the ball arrives too late for W-G catcher Tate Lettow to make a timely tag in a game last summer. The two teams meet tonight in Granger.

CORNING — The Panorama Aluminum Company displayed their hardware Monday and Tuesday, combining for two wins on 33 total runs off 26 hits in just nine innings of non-conference action.

Panorama (10-2) was a 14-1 winner in five innings over visiting Glidden-Ralston (2-8) Monday, then followed up with a 19-1 lambasting of host Southwest Valley (1-14) in four frames Tuesday.

The more recent game quickly spun out of hand, as the Panthers posted four runs in the first inning and then seven more in the second. Four more runs crossed in both the third and fourth frames, with SW Valley touching home once in their final at-bat.

Drew Taylor walked one and struck out three in three innings on the rubber, with Dominic Walker allowing a run on two hits and a walk while pitching the fourth for the Panthers.

Brice Taylor drove in two runs and had a home run, with Evan Taylor hitting a double and a triple and a RBI. Preston Walker provided two singles, a triple and four RBIs, Malachi Peasley two doubles and three RBIs and Luke South a double.

G-R scored a run in their first at-bat Monday, but Panorama but four, two, two, and then six runs on the scoreboard in their first four frames at the dish to end the game early.

Brice Taylor went four innings, allowing an unearned run on four hits and two walks while striking out eight. South went one frame, allowing a hit and fanning one.

Evan Taylor had a single, triple and home run, driving in two runs and scoring four times. Drew Taylor had two triples and a home run, driving in four runs and touching home twice while Peasley added a pair of hits.

Panorama is in action tonight at Woodward-Granger in their regular season finale.


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