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Panama boys handle Howe, rally past Stigler; Lions beat Bokoshe

March 20, 2014

TIMMS-BER — Panama's Zack Timms, right, scores a run before Howe catcher Linn Terry can get a tag applied in the first game of Wednesday's action in the Cameron Spring Break Festival in Cameron. PDN photo by David Seeley

CAMERON — The Panama Razorbacks baseball team won twice on the opening day of the Cameron Spring Break Festival, and did so in diverse fashions.
The Razorbacks run ruled the Howe Lions 18-0, then had to rally to down the Stigler Panthers 11-10 in eight innings.
The Lions went 1-1 on the day, downing Bokoshe 9-1 in the first game on the diamond for the Tigers since 2012.
Editor's note: No information on Cameron's game against Charleston, Ark., was reported by press time.

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