The Palmyra baseball team blew out South Shelby 29-2 during a Clarence Cannon Conference road game Tuesday night.
South Shelby will be glad they don’t have to face Palmyra again this season.
After disposing of South Shelby 14-1 in the season opener, the Palmyra baseball team delivered an even greater blow to their conference opponents Tuesday evening.
The Panthers erupted for a season high in runs during the 29-2 three-inning romp.
Palmyra wasted no time getting on the board. The Panthers scored 13 runs in the top of the first inning.
After a Nolan Wosman 3-run long ball in the second inning, the Panthers capped the scoring with 13 more in the top of the third inning.
Wosman finished the game 3-for-3 at the dish and drove in seven while crossing the plate four times.
Lead-off man Jacob Kroeger did not have an official at-bat, but he walked three times and scored four runs.
Jory Maddox (4) and Brock Malone (3) combined for seven RBI as each recorded a pair of hits.
Gabe Goodwin, Caden Power, Peyton Plunkett and Corder Lehenbauer each drove home two runs in the win.
Palmyra improved to 17-5 on the season.