PANORA — Each of the first four days last week saw the Panorama baseball team take to the diamond, with the Panthers scoring a combined 58 runs while only allowing 12 in claiming a quartet of wide-margin wins.
Panorama (7-3-1, 5-2-1) claimed a non-conference win of 13-0 in five innings over visiting Exira/EK-K Thursday after rallying for a 15-7 non-league win at Martensdale-St. Marys Wednesday. Host Panorama topped Ogden, 11-0, in five frames Tuesday and defeated host AC/GC, 19-5, Monday, with each of the latter two games WCAC contests.
Jack Weinkoetz had a double and a single against Exira/EH-K, with Drew Taylor driving in three runs with a double and a single while Brice Taylor also hit a double.
Preston Walker pitched four frames, allowing three hits and two walks while striking out six, with Austin Block yielding a hit in one inning of relief.
Dominic Walker went all seven innings Wednesday against M-SM. He surrendered seven runs (six earned) on 12 hits, two walks and a hit batsman while striking out four.
Panorama led, 1-0, after their first at-bat, but M-SM scored six times in their first at-bat to seize the advantage. The hosts led, 7-5, after five frames, with 10 Panther runs in a wild top of the sixth allowing the Panthers to snatch away the win.
Walker and Drew Taylor each hit a single and a home run, with Walker driving in three runs and Taylor two. Evan Taylor aided the cause with a triple, a double, two singles, a RBI and four runs scored.
Seven first-inning runs fueled the Panorama blanking of Ogden Tuesday.
Drew Taylor had two doubles and a single, with Weinkoetz driving home three runs with a double and a single. Austin Block added a triple as the Panthers pounded out 18 hits.
Drew Taylor went five innings on the rubber, allowing two hits and whiffing nine in tossing the shutout.
Panorama pushed eight runs home in the both the top of the first and seventh innings their 19-5 road win at AC/GC Monday.
Preston Walker had two RBIs on three singles, with Dominic Walker plating two runs on a double and a single while Evan Taylor had a single and a double, as did Dave Kemble.
A run on five hits with a walk, a hit batsman and five strikeouts in three frames was the pitching line produced by Preston Walker. Dominic Walker allowed two runs (both unearned) on a hit and a walk while fanning two in three innings. Brice Taylor tossed one stanza, allowing two unearned runs on three hits and a walk while tallying five strikeouts.