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Ellsworth's Isaac Hines hits the midpoint is his delivery during Tuesday's game against Baldwin-Woodville in Hager City. The Panthers won 10-0 as Hines picked up the victory and struck out five in five innings. Photo by Chris Harrell

Baseball: Panthers throttle Baldwin-Woodville in season opener

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HAGER CITY - The long wait to play this spring didn't impact Ellsworth's Isaac Hines Tuesday at home against Baldwin-Woodville.

Hines was spot on as the Panthers' starting pitcher, striking out five of the first six batters he faced and throwing a five-inning shutout as Ellsworth defeated the Blackhawks 10-0 in five innings at Brown Sports Complex.

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Chris Harrell
Chris Harrell is a sports reporter for the Red Wing Republican Eagle. Previously, he interned at the St. Paul Pioneer Press and The Daily Caller in Washington, D.C. For updates on local sports, follow Chris on Twitter at @RECHarrell.
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