Panthers hope to avoid the roughs, rough weather

By Troy A. Bruzewski Sports correspondent Duane Wilde heard the prediction and hopes it doesn’t come true. The Palmyra-Eagle High School boys golf coach was told by a friend that an almanac prediction for the next three months call for temperatures lower than average. That was bad news for a […]


Panthers have promise, relying on youth

Panthers have promise, relying on youth

By Troy A. Bruzewski Sports correspondent If youth prevails, the Palmyra-Eagle High School baseball team may be primed for an upset. The Panthers enter the 2014 schedule following a year with a disappointing regular season but one that finished with postseason success. The team managed just three wins in April […]


Strong first half not enough for Panthers

Palmyra-Eagle’s Zach Kiehl runs around a block provided by teammate Brett Knoebel during Friday’s 34-7 loss to Clinton. Knoebel had 69 yards rushing on the game. (Photo by Bob Mischka)

By Marna Diemer Sports Correspondent A close game in the first half became a rout in the second half. Palmyra-Eagle High School’s varsity football team was challenging Clinton for a win Friday, but the Cougars’ second-half scoring led to a 34-7 loss for the Panthers. P-E’s defense was solid in […]