Fairbanks Panthers Claim Victory in Baseball Face-Off Against Madison-Plains Eagles

Posted on Apr. 19, 2024 | By Logan Dunn & Fairbanks | In Baseball news

Story Image Dayne Madison recorded 21 outs and pitched a complete game.

The Fairbanks Panthers baseball team achieved a solid win in their April 19 Ohio Heritage Conference game against the Madison-Plains Eagles, with a final score of 3-1.

It was a cold but sunny afternoon at Panther Hill, where the Panthers showcased their prowess on the field.

At the plate, Fairbanks players Hayden Queen, Max Snyder, and Carson Reames were integral in securing the win, each crossing the plate. Queen and Snyder also contributed with RBIs to their credit, joined by Zavier Payne in driving runs home. Notably, Hayden Queen led the team with two hits.

Pitching was a highlight of the game for the Panthers. Dayne Madison dominated the mound with a seven-inning stint that saw him concede only two hits while striking out seven.

"Dayne was on tonight" Coach Rine said in praise of the starting pitcher, summarizing the impact of Madison's performance on the win. Madison's sterling performance was further underscored by a complete game that included recording 21 outs.

Looking ahead, the Panthers are scheduled to face off against West Jefferson on April 22, ready to continue building on their current 7-4 record.

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