Spring sports roundup: Panthers start strong on the diamond – Washington Daily News

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The Northside Panthers baseball workforce is off to a 3-1 begin after a 14-8 victory at Washington this week.

Brandon Arthur leads the offense with a .615 common with eight runs batted in. Mitch Godley is batting .500, Eli Huynh is hitting .467 with eight RBI and 11 runs scored and Kiefer Boyd is averaging .471 with seven RBI.

“We’re swinging the bats properly and utilizing our pace to place stress on the opposing protection,” coach Keith Boyd mentioned. “We’ve performed small ball up to now with some bunting, stealing and taking the additional base to arrange extra scoring possibilities. The pitching continues to be working itself out, however we’ve achieved properly up to now.”

Washington is 2-3, whereas Southside is 0-3.

On the softball diamond, the Pam Pack is 4-0 going into Friday’s showdown with 4A energy D.H. Conley.

The Pungo Christian Girl Raiders are 3-0 after straightforward victories over Neighborhood Christian (19-1), Parrott Academy (12-5) and Wilson Christian (10-0) to open the season.

Junior Reagan Stoop picked up the pitching win in all three video games, went 4-5 and homered twice. Melanie Rutledge went 2-3 with a double and a triple towards Wilson Christian.

Northside is 2-2 and can host the rematch with Washington Tuesday. Southside routed Tarboro, 18-1, to open the season, then misplaced to Riverside to start out 1-1.

The Panthers golf workforce took first and second in Thursday’s match at Mattamuskeet. David Wallace led the A workforce with a 9 gap whole of 46, whereas Wyatt Berry shot 49. Senior Matthew Carter led the B workforce with a 53.

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Mattamuskeet’s Noah Stewart took medalist honors with a 41.

The Pam Pack golfers are 2-1, with a 71 stroke win at Cutter Creek to open the season and a 60 shot victory in New Bern earlier this week. The loss was on the Washington Yacht & Nation Membership by 10 strokes to Beddingfield, who received final 12 months’s regional.

Rob Bergevin was the medalist in all three matches with a 73, 71 and an 81 within the wind at New Bern.

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