Panthers cruise past Tigers in BEC play


JACK NYTES of Plymouth slides into home safely as Howards Grove catcher Nic Koenig attempts a tag in Wednesday’s BEC baseball game. Nytes scored from first on Ben Picard’s single and an ensuing error in the outfield. Plymouth’s Isaac Fintak looks on. – Review photo by Greg Ceilley JACK NYTES of Plymouth slides into home safely as Howards Grove catcher Nic Koenig attempts a tag in Wednesday’s BEC baseball game. Nytes scored from first on Ben Picard’s single and an ensuing error in the outfield. Plymouth’s Isaac Fintak looks on. – Review photo by Greg Ceilley HOWARDS GROVE – A 13-hit attack and strong pitching sparked the Plymouth Panthers to a 9-2 rout over the Howards Grove Tigers in Big East Conference baseball action here Wednesday night.

PHS upped its BEC record to 2-1 (4-1 overall). HG dropped to 1-2 in the league (1-2 overall).

Five Panther hurlers combined on a four-hitter. Jack Nytes, who relieved starter Michael Troka in the third, picked up the win. Nytes threw two innings and allowed no runs on zero hits with one walk, a hit batter and two strikeouts.

Cooper Gosse keyed the Panthers’ offense with three hits, including two doubles. Jake Steinhardt, Will Birkholz and Ben Picard collected two each.


JAKE STEINHARDT of Plymouth rips a double in Wednesday’s BEC baseball game versus Howards Grove. – Review photo by Greg Ceilley JAKE STEINHARDT of Plymouth rips a double in Wednesday’s BEC baseball game versus Howards Grove. – Review photo by Greg Ceilley Gosse paced PHS in RBIs with two. Birkholz scored a team-high three runs. The Panthers stole eight bases, led by by Isaac Fintak with four.

HG didn’t have any batters with multiple hits. Nic Koenig and Jake Fritz had one RBI apiece.

Isaac Dirker started on the mound for the Tigers and took the loss. Dirker surrendered seven runs (six earned) on 11 hits with two walks, one hit batter and four strikeouts in 4-2/3 innings.

“All five of our pitchers relied on their control to use several parts of the zone. It was nice to see everyone contribute again,” said Panther head coach Butch Cain.

“We were able to use our discipline at the plate to get on base at a high percentage and we had some well-timed hits as well in establishing a season-high in hits. Our defense played solid in support of our pitchers.”



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