Princeton’s baseball playoff hopes were alive and kicking up to the final week of the season.
They came up just a little short after a pair of losses, 9-0 and 1-0, to Wylie East in District 10-5A.
In their first season in Class 5A the Panthers won 16 games and lost 12. They took fifth in district with six wins and nine losses.
Overall, I thought the players played really well for moving up to (Class) 5A,” PHS head coach Leroy Mansanales said. “Not only was this a step upward in classification, but this 5A district is definitely one of the best in its classification.”
By David Jenkins • Sports Editor • [email protected]
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