Lady Panthers ranked eighth in division

By Andrew Luberda

Softball – The Panthers’ softball team is ranked #8 in the most recent Div. IV Sec. II state rankings.

The Panthers return to action on Apr. 2 @ Coolidge after playing their last game on Mar. 20 when they defeated Gilbert Christian 12 – 1. After the game against Coolidge the Panthers play Duncan on Apr. 4.

Baseball – The Panthers’ baseball team earned their first two victories of the season as they swept a double header versus Gilbert Christian Academy on Mar. 29. They won the first game, 11 – 2 and the second game, 7 – 2. The Panthers will attempt to extend their modest winning streak versus San Manuel on Apr. 2. They will travel to play St. Johns on Apr. 5.

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