#12 ranked Panola College defeated Paris Junior College three games to zero last weekend. Panola earned their first series sweep of a conference opponent this spring. Panola’s offense scored a series high 44 runs in three games while only allowing an average of 4 runs for the weekend. With the victories Panola is now 27-5 on the season and 9-3 in conference. Panola will be back in action this Thursday in Carthage to host Navarro College. Game time is set for 2pm.
4-Hit Day For Boulware Leads Panola College Past Paris
Christian Boulware gave Paris Junior College fits, as he bagged four hits in Panola College’s 21-3 victory on Saturday. Boulware doubled in the first, homered in the third, doubled in the fourth, and singled in the fifth.
Panola took an early lead in the first inning. With two outs in the first inning Christian Boulware drove in one run when he doubled.
Paris evened things up at one in the bottom of the first inning. Anderson drove in one when he singled in the first inning.
Panola took the lead for good with one run in the second inning. In the second Austin Blakeley hit a ground ball, but one run scored. Then the ball
Panola scored ten runs in the fifth inning. The big inning was thanks to a double by Colby Price, a single, a single by Chandler Morris, a home run by Andrew Pace, and a double by Michael Lawson.
Logan Bailey earned the win for Panola. He tossed five innings, surrendering three runs, six hits, striking out five, and walking one.
Home runs for Panola came when Pace homered in the fifth inning and Boulware homered in the third inning.
Panola had 20 hits in the game. Boulware, Morris, Lawson, Duke Ellis, Julian Flores, Bailey, Price, and Pace each collected multiple hits for Panola.
Panola College Completes The Sweep Paris
An early lead helped Panola College defeat Paris Junior College 11-3 on Saturday in game two of the double header. Panola scored on a home run by Colby Price in the first inning, a home run by Logan Berlof in the second inning, and a home run by Price in the second inning.
Panola scored four runs in the eighth inning. Panola’s big inning was driven by a home run by Logan Bailey and a passed ball.
Taylor Tomlin earned the win for Panola. He pitched five innings, surrendering three runs, five hits, striking out three, and walking zero. Two relievers helped Panola close out the victory. Miles Dunn threw two innings. And Erik Key would close the door with a punch out to end the game.
Home runs for Panola came when Price homered in the first and second innings, Logan Berlof homered in the second inning, and Bailey homered in the eighth inning. Home runs for Paris came when Paris homered in the third inning and Nemecek homered in the fifth inning.
Panola had 16 hits in the game. Bailey, Berlof, Duke Ellis, Christian Boulware, Price, and Michael Lawson each collected multiple hits for Panola. Price and Bailey each drove in three runs to lead Panola. Panola was sure-handed and didn't commit a single error. Colton Oberthier made the most plays with seven.
Paris collected ten hits. Jeffries, Nemecek, and Solomon each collected multiple hits for Paris. Paris was sure-handed in the field and didn't commit a single error. Solomon had the most chances in the field with eight.
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