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PHS baseball down to their final shot for state playoffs

It's now or never for the Pinnacle High School baseball team. With just two games to go in the 2013 season, the Panthers have their backs against the wall.

It's now or never for the Pinnacle High School baseball team.

With just two games to go in the 2013 season, the Panthers have their backs against the wall.

After dropping a doubleheader to Region 17 leader Tabiona on Friday afternoon by a combined score of 43-3 in two mercy rule shortened games.

PHS head coach Cameron Gardner said the Panthers must win their final two games against Green River on Tuesday, Oct. 1 at 2 p.m. at the USU Eastern Baseball field if they want to advance to the playoffs.

"It's win or go home now for us," said Gardner. "Any time you get an opportunity to play for a chance to go to state it's always nice."




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