The Prairie Home Panthers baseball team finally put it all together Tuesday night in a 15-0 win over the Otterville Eagles.
The Panthers, improving to 1-4 on the scored, scored all 15 runs in three innings with five in each frame.
Prairie Home coach Trever Huth said everything finally went well for the Panthers. “We threw strikes and made plays in the field to get a good win,” Huth said.
Clayton Pethan was the pitcher of record in the game for Prairie Home. In two innings pitched, Pethan struck out 20 batters and gave up just one hit. Kassen Lock then came in and pitched one inning in relief and allowed two hits while striking out one batter.
Ben Morrison took the loss for Otterville. Morrison pitched just one inning for the Eagles and surrendered five runs on three hits and three walks.
Prairie Home also out-hit Otterville 9-3, with Alex Rhode going 2-for-2 with a single, triple and one RBI. Kassen Lock also finished the game with two hits and two RBIs. Billy Kellum had one double and one RBI while Creed Flood also doubled and Clayton Pethan, Colton Searles and Stidham Stidham each singled. Pethan and Stidham also drove in one run each.
For Otterville, Ben Morrison, Jimmy Oswald and Jacob Schoen each had one hit.