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Senior pitcher Logan Bryan (2019)

Bryan fires no-hitter against Cypress Creek
4/10/2019 8:56:00 PM

Senior Logan Bryan has been asked to do many things in his DP Baseball career. He's been a starting pitcher, relief pitcher, first baseman, designated hitter...he's done it all. What he had never done, however, was pitch a no-hitter. That changed yesterday afternoon when the big righthander delivered his best performance in a Panther unform, firing five strong innings of no-hit baseball, striking out three, in an 11-1 victory at Cypress Creek. DP (12-4) jumped on the Bears in the first when Will Sullivan blasted his sixth home run of the year, a two-out shot over the right field fence that set the tone early. In the second, the Panthers erupted for five runs with most of the damage done with two outs. James Hurst's bases-loaded single drove home Carlos Lopez with the second run and CJ Cantwell reached on an error that scored Jacob Hartman for a 3-0 lead. Brandon Fields then stepped in and ripped a 1-1 pitch into left field for a two-run double and Will Sullivan followed with an RBI double of his own as DP took a commanding 6-0 lead. Cypress would get a run back in the bottom of the second on a pair of walks and a groundout but that was the end of their offense as Bryan did not allow a baserunner the rest of the way. Raymond Negron-Valero's RBI double highlighted a five-run fourth as the Panthers rolled to their fourth straight win. They'll look to wrap up the top seed in the upcoming District Tournament at home Friday in the series finale with Cypress Creek.

JV Baseball squandered a 5-0 lead at Lake Brantley two days ago thanks to six errors in the field and while they were far from perfect with four errors against Cypress Creek yesterday, the Panthers managed to hold off the Bears for an 8-6 victory. Most of the damage was done in the first inning when the Panthers hit Cypress for five runs, two off RBI base hits from Logan Wirt and Nick Devito. After the Bears toed the game at 5-5, DP picked up the go-ahead run on a sacrifice fly from Angel Giron and added another on a suicide squeeze by Nick Devito that scored Logan Wirt for a 7-5 lead. Wirt went the full five innings on the mound, allowed six runs but all of them were unearned, and struck out four to pick up the victory. DP (8-4) will wrap up their series with Cypress Creek on the road Friday afternoon.

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