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The PHS varsity baseball team went winless in three games last week.
Most recently, Palmyra (0-9) was held to three hits in a 10-0 loss at Moberly Saturday.
The Bulldogs scored two in the first, three in the second, three in the third and walked off when a Palmyra fielding error allowed the final two runs to score in the bottom of the fifth.
Only three of Moberly’s runs were earned as the Panthers committed eight errors in the game.
Colby Cook, Ty Haskins and Raeson Miller were credited with the three hits for Palmyra which also drew two walks.
Drew Comer and Brodie Webb split the pitching duties for the Panthers.
The Panthers scored six runs, but were still out-scored 9-6 in a conference loss at home to Monroe City, Thursday.
Palmyra never had the lead as the visitors scored two in the first, four in the second and three in the third.
Trailing 6-1 in the second, Palmyra rallied for four runs on a double by Rayce Rager and a single by Miller along with two walks, two hit-by-pitches and a sacrifice fly by Gavin Greving.
Both teams had 10 hits in the game. But only three of Monroe City’s nine runs were earned as the Panthers committed five errors.
Greving and Haskins went 2-for-4 in the game and split the pitching duties.
Palmyra also lost a conference game at Clark County, 11-1 Tuesday.
The Indians scored in every inning and shortened the game to five innings with a walk-off double in the bottom of the fifth.
Palmyra was out-hit 8-5 and contributed six fielding errors.
The Panthers scored their lone run in the fourth on a leadoff double by Cook a single by Greving and a double play.
Ethan Tallman and Webb split the pitching duties.
The Panthers had a 6-1 lead on Mendon-Unity at home last Monday before letting it get away and losing 13-8.
Palmyra scored a run in the first on walks, stolen bases and a sacrifice fly by Cook.
Unity answered with a run of their own in the third, but Palmyra put a five on the board in the third on singles by Miller, Rager, Tallman, and Rylan Compton, a hit-by-pitch Haskins, a walk to Greving and a double by Cook.
But then Unity scored three in the fourth, three in the fifth and a single tally in the sixth to tie the game at eight.
The game went into extra innings, and Unity scored five in the top of the eighth and shut out the Panthers in the bottom of the inning to secure the win.
This week, the Panthers were scheduled to travel to Hallsville Monday before hosting conference games against Highland, Tuesday, and Brookfield, Friday.