The baseball season ended for the Panthers at Hoover on Monday. While it looked as if the Panthers would go the distance, the Hoover Huskies stood in the way. The Huskies are a very tough team with an outstanding pitcher’s club. The Panthers split the games throughout the season with the Huskies and would have to beat the Huskies twice to move on to the Regionals. The game will go down in the history books as one of the best played on a diamond. Both fan bases were at the edge of their seats as the game went on. Down two runs at 3-5, the Panther bats heated up in the sixth inning and run after run cleared the plate. When the dust cleared, the Panthers had a four run lead 9-5 at the bottom of the sixth. Unfortunately, the Panthers couldn’t hold them, and the Huskies scored five runs in the bottom of the sixth to go ahead by one run. The Panthers couldn’t get the bats going in the final inning and lost 10-9. However, if you’re going to go out, go out with a bang, and the Panthers did just that. It was a great game; the boys did an excellent job and never gave up. All in all, it was a good season with many great games won and lost. With that game, sports close out for the 2014-2015 year for the Panthers. The Mustangs are also finished until fall sports. When one looks back, there were some highs and lows as there are for most schools. From football to baseball, the athletes gave a hundred percent, and that is all the fans of this county expect. Get set for the 2015-2016 season of sports, it looks be another banner year.