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Panola Wins

The #19 ranked Panola College Ponies Swept conference opponent Northeast
Texas Community College Eagles last weekend by outscoring NETCC for a
combined 40 runs in three games.  Panola took game one 9-8, game two 18-0,
and game three 13-5.  Panola is now 35-13 on the season and 15-9 in
conference play. Panola currently sits in 2nd place in Region-14 East Zone
Conference play.
 
 
* Game #1 *Pitcher’s had a tough day during the game between Panola and
Northeast, as the two teams put up 17 runs combined in a 9-8 Panola College
win.
 
The teams banged out 19 hits hit’s between them, as well as eight for extra
bases.
 
The teams traded runs for most of the contest, leading to four lead changes
in the game.
 
Panola finally managed to grab the lead after a strong fifth inning. Panola
scored on an RBI single by Jansen McCurdy (White Oak, TX), bringing home Chad
McKinney (Hughes Spring, TX).
 
 
Miguel Ausua (Penusals, PR) recorded the win for Panola. He tossed 1 2/3
innings of shutout ball. Ausua struck out three, walked two and gave up no
hits.
 
 
McKinney, Landon Marshall (Huntington Beach, CA) and Pierce Hollister
(Dickinson, TX) helped lead Panola. They combined for five hits and six
RBIs.
 
 
Panola jumped out to an early 4-0 lead in the bottom of the first. Logan
Bailey (Hallsville, TX) started the rally for Panola with a single.
Marshall doubled, scoring Austin Sojka (Huntington Beach, CA), Bailey
and Hector
Morales (Royal Palm Beach, FL). Panola added more runs when Marshall scored
on an RBI double by Hollister.
 
 
 
Panola went up for good in the fifth scoring four total runs, which came
home on a two-run double by McKinney.
 
*Game #2*
An exceptional effort by Chad McKinney (Hughes Springs, TX) carried Panola
to an 18-0 win in five innings over Northeast in game two.
 
McKinney blasted two home runs for Panola. McKinney went 3-4 in the game
with five RBIs and three runs scored. McKinney homered in the second and
third innings.
 
The biggest inning for Panola was the second. In the inning Panola scored
11 runs. Panola scored in the second on a two-run home run by Colby Price
(Nederland, TX), a bases loaded walk by Hector Morales (Royal Palm Beach,
FL), a sacrifice fly by Landon Marshall (Huntington Beach, CA), a two-run
single by Pierce Hollister (Dickinson, TX), a three-run home run by
McKinney.
 
Panola hit four home runs in the win. Additional home runs for Panola came
when Morales homered in the first inning and McKinney homered in the second
and third innings.
 
Cayne Ueckert (Jasper, TX) recorded the win for Panola. He tossed 3 2/3
innings of shutout ball. Ueckert struck out two, walked three and gave up
three hits.
 
Panola never surrendered the lead after the first inning, scoring four runs
on a home run by Morales.
 
*Game #3*
Panola beat Northeast on Sunday 13-5 at Mount Pleasant, TX in eight innings.
 
Panola scored six runs in the fifth on Panola scored in the fifth on an RBI
single by Logan Bailey (Hallsville, TX), a two-run error, and a two-run
home run by Colby Price (Nederland, TX).
 
Austin Sojka (Huntington Beach, CA) had two extra-base hits for Panola. He
doubled in the first and fifth innings and singled in the third and sixth
innings.
 
 
Korey Clark recorded the win for Panola. He allowed one run over two
innings. Clark struck out two, walked none and gave up two hits.
 
 
Price, Chad McKinney (Hughes Springs, TX), Sojka and Bailey helped lead
Panola. They combined for 11 hits and six RBIs.
 
 
The top of the first saw Panola take an early lead, 3-0. Panola’s offense
came out banging as Price singled before Jansen McCurdy (White Oak,
TX) doubled,
bringing home Price. Panola added more runs when McCurdy scored on an RBI
double by Sojka and Sojka scored on a sacrifice fly by Bailey.
 
It didn't take long for Northeast to respond as it scored three runs of its
own in the first. Northeast scored on a three-run home run by Roman.
 
Panola didn't relinquish the lead after scoring one run in the third inning
when it scored on a groundout by Landon Marshall (Huntington Beach, CA).
 
Panola tallied one run in each of the sixth, seventh and eighth. In the
sixth, Panola scored on a sacrifice fly by Marshall, scoring Sojka.
 

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