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.
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