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Permian Junior Varsity Continues Success
Saturday, March 03, 2018 11:41

ODESSA - Permian's sub-varsity teams continued to improve and turned in a 7-1 record in the second round of tournament action.  JV Black competed in the Monahans Tourney, while JV White played host to the ECISD Freshmen Tourney.

banksJV BLACK (3-1)
While out-hitting Seminole nine to five, it took a run in the seventh inning for JV Black to secure a 5-4 decision over the Indians. In Thursday's afternoon game with Denver City, another Permian seventh inning surge was needed in the 6-3 final tally. A base hit and error setup an RBI double by Caden Clinton to give the Panthers the nod in the Day One sweep.

The Panthers utilized seven hits in a 4-0 blanking of Fort Stockton in the morning game on Friday.  Brantley Mitchell scored the first run on a Brayden Blain sacrifice fly in the second inning.  Permian added another run in the third frame with back-to-back hits from Oscar Ramirez and Ethan Valencia.  Mojo added another two runs in the bottom of the fifth.

JV Black watched a four-run lead disappear in the afternoon finale against host Monahans.  The Panthers racked up five runs in the top of the fourth inning. Four consecutive base hits by Valencia, Brian Ramirez, Pilar Ramirez, and Jordan Muschalek gave Permian a 2-1 lead.  A Clinton two-run RBI double and a Landyn Sterling RBI single extended the Mojo lead to 5-1.  In the bottom of the fifth frame, the Loboes took advantage of five walks, two singles, and a triple to erase the deficit and hand the Panthers a 7-5 loss.   

Brian Ramirez batted .636, going 7-11 over the weekend and scoring three runs with no strike outs. He also pitched five innings - striking out three, walking only one batter, and giving up no runs.

JV WHITE (4-0)
Going into the sixth inning tied at 7-7, Andrews took a three run lead over JV White in the first game of the ECISD Freshmen Tournament at McCanlies Field. Permian answered with a pair of walks and base hits to knot the contest at 10-10. With two outs, the Panthers posted another three runs behind two singles and a two-run RBI double by McCrea Gann to claim a 13-10 victory. In the day's second game, JV White limited San Angelo Central to three hits in a 3-1 win over the Bobcats.

Permian completely dominated the remaining games.  It took just five innings to run-rule Monahans 11-1 on Friday.  Teo Banks limited the Loboes to two hits, while striking out 11 batters.  He also went 2-for-3 at the plate, which included a triple.  JV White notched runs on the scoreboard in all five innings.  Saturday's finale with Denver City ended in a 12-3 pounding.  The Mustangs opened the game with three runs in their first at-bat, but the Panthers took a 5-3 advantage in the third inning.  Mojo tied the game on an inside the park homerun by Banks.  JV White added two runs in the fourth and another five runs in the sixth frame. 

Kendyn Armstrong contributed nine runs, and was 5-of-10 at the plate for a .500 batting average over the three days. Gann topped the pitching effort with 12 strike outs. In his 5.1 innings, he recorded a pair of walks, three hits, and only one run.




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