Fort Wane Canterbury lined 14 hits and took advantage of 10 Prairie Heights errors to garner a 15-11 varsity baseball win over the visiting Panthers Tuesday.
The Cavaliers took a 15-3 lead after four innings. Prairie Heights clawed back to within four with eight runs in their final three at bats, but could not get any closer.
Joey Barry had three hits for the Panthers. Jacob Heller and Spencer High each drove in two runs, Cory Johnson had two hits and an RBI, Ryan Day slugged a solo home run and both Spencer Hess and Matt Handshoe drove in runs with hits.