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Hard-luck Panthers swept in opener

Great Bend’s Koy Brack hits a foul tip during game 1 against Goddard.

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Great Bend’s baseball team showed its youth and lack of varsity experience on the mound and at the plate. In the game’s final inning, the Panthers showed some spark.
But the Goddard Lions held off the Panthers 7-6 to sweep Tuesday’s opening baseball doubleheader at the Great Bend Sports Complex. The twin bill was played in 45-degree weather.
Great Bend (0-2) plays at Wichita Independent Thursday afternoon.

Goddard reliever Isaiah Cohens retired the final three batters to preserve a hard-fought 6-5 victory in the ...

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