Area baseball: Ellsworth 3, Baldwin-Woodville 2
After taking a two-run lead after one inning on the road, the Panthers scored on a suicide squeeze in the second to go up by three. That run proved to be big.
Baldwin-Woodville would rally, but it fell one run short Tuesday.
Ellsworth had just three hits and tallied six errors while Baldwin-Woodville had four hits and five errors.
"We didn't hit all that bad, we just didn't do anything special," Ellsworth coach Steve Block said.
James Georgakas was the player of the game, according to Block. He pitched a complete game, struck out six and didn't surrender a walk.
Ellsworth (6-6 overall, 6-5 Middle Border) travels to New Richmond on Friday.