Panthers run away from Cardinals, 13-3
Briar Evans saved the day on the mound, and the Creston offense heated up with 10 runs in the fifth and sixth innings to finish off a 13-3 victory over Clarinda Monday night as the Panthers returned home after a week of road contests.
Clarinda, now 0-4 in the Hawkeye 10 and 1-8 overall, was hanging with the Panthers in a 3-3 tie after striking for two runs in the fourth inning.
Creston had been using a variety of pitchers to get tuned up for important conference games this week against some of the top teams in the league — Carroll Kuemper, Shenandoah and Glenwood. Nate Haley allowed one run in one inning before Cole Crawford zipped through two hitless innings, picking off the only baserunner after issuing a walk.
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