Jackson baseball beats Panthers, 2-0

By Chris Hoppes - [email protected]

JACKSON — The Miami Trace Panthers varsity baseball team made the trip to Jackson Tuesday, May 10 for a make-up game against the Ironmen.

The game would determine who finished in a tie for first place with the Washington Blue Lions in the Frontier Athletic Conference and who would finish in third place.

Jackson got a combined shutout pitching performance, limiting the Panthers to two hits, as the Ironmen won, 2-0.

Brown pitched 6.1 innings for Jackson, with two hits, five walks and 10 strikeouts.

Erwin worked the final two-thirds of an inning, striking out one.

Conner Bucher started and suffered the loss for Miami Trace. He pitched five innings with two runs (one earned), four walks and eight strikeouts. He hit one batter.

Gabe Campagna pitched one inning with a line of all zeros.

Gaige Stuckey had both of Miami Trace’s base hits.

Five different players hit singles for Jackson.

The Panthers stranded eight runners and Jackson left 10 on base.

The result put the Panthers’ record at 13-3.

Miami Trace was scheduled to play Southeastern at home Wednesday and are set to host Madison Plains Thursday at 5 p.m.


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By Chris Hoppes

[email protected]