THE JACKSON County baseball nearly toppled a no. 1 seed on the road Friday in the Class AAA state tournament, dropping a doubleheader 2-1 and 7-5 to Blessed Trinity in which both games were decided in the seventh inning.
With the losses, the Panthers finished the season at 19-9. This was Jackson County's second-straight trip to the state tournament, while the 19 victories in a season are the most in school history.
For coverage of Jackson County's state tournament series with Blessed Trinity, see the May 7 edition of The Jackson Herald.
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