Jim Blevins

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Panther Baseball Falls to Hammond Skyhawks

Not too much to write about for this game. The Panthers surrendered seven runs in the top of the first inning and never got back into the game. They only had one hit (Caleb Green – a single) and never really threatened to score. The Panthers had eleven assists but committed seven errors to help …

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Panther Baseball Bests Eagles from Richard Winn

The Panthers rebounded from a loss to one set of Eagles (Upstate) to defeat another set of Eagles (Richard Winn) on Monday by a score of 3-2. The Panthers took a 1-0 lead in the top of the second inning. David Hucks reached on an error by the Eagle second baseman. He advanced to second …

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Panther Baseball Splits with Low Country Wildcats

Panthers – 7                       Low Country Wildcats – 2 The Panthers travelled to Summerville on Saturday to face the Charleston Low Country Wildcats in a double header.  It was a beautiful day for baseball as the Panthers won game #1 by a 7-2 score.    The Panthers scored three runs in the top of the first …

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Panther Baseball Improves to 3-0 Besting Columbia High School

Panthers – 18                    Columbia High School – 0 The Panthers improved to 3-0 on the young season with a convincing victory at Columbia High School on Tuesday night.  The Panthers scored eight runs in the top of the first inning and never looked back.  They added seven more runs in the third inning and three …

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Panther Baseball Grounds Wardlaw Academy Patriots

Panthers – 7                       Wardlaw Academy – 4 The Panthers prevailed in their second game of the Jefferson Davis preseason baseball tournament in Blackville, South Carolina by besting Wardlaw Academy 7-4.  The Panthers were the home team so the Patriots from Wardlaw Academy grabbed their lumber first.  Two straight Panther error to open the game put …

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PAC Baseball Defeats Jefferson Davis Academy in Preseason Tournament

Panthers –  6                       Jefferson Davis – 0 The PAC Panthers arrived in Blackville Thursday night to cross swords with the Raiders from Jefferson Davis for the first time.  Micah West got the start and pitched a great game, only allowing one infield hit in the seventh inning.  He had nine strikeouts and walked three.  He …

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Baseball Celebrates the 2017 Season

The Panthers held their season ending party at their normal shelter at Saluda Shoals as they celebrated the 2017 season. The kids played volleyball, ga-ga ball, threw Frisbees and took a dip in the river when they got too hot while the parents enjoyed fellowship with each other (and snuck into the occasional volleyball game). …

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Panther Baseball Captures NACA Division #2 Championship

NACA Tournament Finals (Division #2):                 Panthers – 7                       King’s Homeschool (NJ) – 2 Both King’s Homeschool (New Jersey) and Providence Athletic Club emerged from pool play at the National Association of Christian Athletes (NACA) Division #2 baseball championships in Dayton, Tennessee at 2-0. As both teams were assured of their place in the …

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Panthers Advance to NACA Championship Game by Besting Huntsville Falcons

NACA Tournament (Division #2):              Panthers – 12                     Huntsville Falcons – 1 The Panthers took to the field again on Thursday morning against the Huntsville Falcons (Huntsville, Alabama). John Edens, assistant coach for the Panthers, noted that the Panthers were a loose, confident bunch and felt good about the day’s outcome.  Right before the …

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PAC Baseball Wins First Game at NACA Tournament

NACA Tournament (Division #2): Panthers – 5    Cincinnati Trailblazers – 3 The Panthers opened up play in the 2017 NACA (National Association of Christian Athletes) baseball tournament in Dayton, Tennessee against the Cincinnati Trailblazers (OH). Playing at Bledsoe County High School, the two teams took to the diamond at 9:30 on a bright, sunny morning. …

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