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Panthers get forfeit victory over S. Pike

The Moyer Field lights were brightly shining and Brookhaven’splayers were in game uniform Friday evening. However, South Pike’sEagles produced a last-minute forfeit due to a shortage of baseballplayers and the Panthers (12-14) picked up a victory withoutthrowing a pitch or getting a hit.

It was Senior Night for Brookhaven and two players, two managersand one diamond girl were recognized in a ceremony at home plate.First baseman Ben Goza and catcher Kern Hoff were honored for theirefforts as were managers Lawrence Morris and Cecil Williams anddiamond girl Holly Hammond.

“Our players were really looking forward to their last homegame,” said BHS head coach Randy Spring. “Kern and Ben have meant alot to our team.”

Brookhaven wraps up its season Monday night at Clinton in asingle varsity game.