The Panthers, despite having lost to their arch rivals Logan County in the District 13 title game, were chomping at the bit to extend their season at least one more game while the Scotties were eager to put some late season woes behind them.
After a five inning afair, the Panthers flat out crushed the Scotties 14-0.
The hit parade started early in the first when the Panthers jumped out to an early 1-0 lead. But the coaching staff knew with two other runners in scoring position that it could have been a lot more.
Glasgow had the response that was expected getting two runners into scoring position with only one out but the pitching and defense of the Panthers saw to it that they were left stranded. In the second the Panthers managed to add another run but with two outs the Scotties were hoping to keep the damage to a minium.
A two out four run rally though saw to that as the Panthers went into the bottom of the second up 5-0.
The Scotties and Panthers would exchange scoreless innings in the third but the Panthers were back at in the fourth.
They would scratch across another run but the knock out blow was there that Glasgow managed to escape from.
They couldn't escape a second knock out blow as the Panthers mounted an eight run rally in the top of the fifth to blow the game wide open going up 14-0 over the District 15 champion.
A perfect bottom half of the fifth and the Panthers cruised into the Region 4 semi finals, putting the rest of the field on alert that Russellville is a real threat for the Region crown.
The Panthers will play the winner of the South Warren/Cumberland County match up tomorrow, Tuesday May 29th at 5 p.m.