The PHS baseball team absorbed a double-header loss to Quincy Notre Dame and Troy during the QND Slam in Quincy, Saturday.
The Panthers opened the event with a 6-5 loss to Troy and finished up with an 11-1 drubbing by QND.
Troy built a 6-0 lead and shut out Palmyra until the seventh inning when the Panthers rallied and had potential lead run at the plate before succumbing.
The Panthers were out-hit 6-3, with all three safeties coming in the seventh inning rally.
The game against QND was close until the bottom of the fourth when the Raiders came up with the game tied at one and put a seven on the board.
Palmyra was out-hit 10-2, an managed just a scratch run.
Palmyra finished their rain-delayed conference game against Centralia Monday, albeit in a different local.
The Panthers won 9-4, to assure a piece of the CCC crown pending their game against South Shelby, Monday.
The game was original started in Palmyra April 25, but had to be suspended because of rain in the bottom of the fourth inning with the Panthers leading 5-3.
The game was resumed at Quincy University Stadium last Monday.
See more in this week's Palmyra Spectator.