On Monday, the Panthers won 7-2 at Fort Campbell.
Seth Whittaker, the lone senior on Russellville's squad, pitched a complete game. He struck out six and allowed no earned runs in the contest.
Dudley Bouldin, Zack Smith, Darrin Murphy, D.J. Quarles, Whittaker and Donovan Harris all singled in the win.
Eighth grader Seth Washington picked up a pair of RBI by grounding out twice with runners on third each time.
On Tuesday, the Panthers beat Todd Central 6-2 in Elkton.
Murphy, a sophomore for RHS, picked up the win. He struck out 13 batters in six innings of work.
“Darrin Murphy pitched the best game of his young career,” Russellville coach Lou Kendall said. “I had to pull him before the seventh because of the KHSAA pitching rule that says if a pitcher goes seven innings he has to have 3 days rest and we need him to pitch on Friday versus Cumberland County in the All ‘A' Fourth Region Tournament.”
Sophomore Andra Edmonds came on in the final inning and pitched without giving up a run.
Smith led Russellville at the plate by going 3-for-4 with a pair of doubles. Whittaker had two hits - including a solo home run to deep center field to lead off the sixth inning.
Quarles led off the fourth with a triple to right center and scored on a wild pitch.
Edmonds had an RBI double scoring Smith, who had doubled in the third.
Bouldin had the only other hit for the Panthers with a single in the fourth.
The wins improved Russellville's overall record to 4-3. The Panthers are scheduled to play Cumberland County tonight in the first round of the All ‘A' Classic Fourth Region Tournament. The tournament will be played at Clinton County High School in Albany.
Todd Central (1-3) plays tonight at Hopkinsville.