The Panther bats were silenced at the wrong time.
PHS track and field athletes earned medals in five events, including Jarom Alexander, who brought home four medals from the MSHSAA Class 3 championships in Columbia Saturday.
Marion County R-II’s Delaney Straus made school athletic history by winning four medals including three for first-place at the Class 1-2 Missouri Track & Field Championships in Jefferson City Friday and Saturday.
The PHS varsity baseball team defeated Macon 4-1 last Tuesday to win the District title game and beat Highland 16-1 Monday in the district semifinal game.
The PHS varsity baseball team clinched the Clarence Cannon Conference title with a 10-2 victory over South Shelby Monday and defeated Hannibal, 13-3, in a non-conference game Thursday.
The PHS varsity boys’ golf team earned their trip to the Class 2 State Championships by taking second place in the Class 2 Sectional 4 match at Green Hills in Brookfield Monday.
The PHS boys track and field team took third place out of eight teams at the Clarence Cannon Conference Championship at Centralia last Monday.
Another sign the Panthers are an offensive force to be reckoned with: they hit for the cycle within the first six batters in the bottom of the first en route to a 15-1 win over Highland last Tuesday.
The PHS girls track and field team competed Tuesday at the Jerry Ball Relays at Culver-Stockton College in Canton where they took fifth place out of 13 schools.
The PHS varsity boys golf team continued their strong start to the season by taking first place at the Palmyra Tri match Tuesday and Highland Tri match Monday. Last Tuesday, the Panthers took second place at the Varsity Tri match at Norwoods.
The PHS boys track and field team went to Quincy High School for its only meet last week and finished second with 199.5 points, behind first place QHS, 322, and Liberty, Ill. 40.5.
The PHS varsity boys golf team opened the season by taking second place at the Centralia Tri at Norwoods Tuesday and first place at the Elsberry Quad Thursday.