Smooth at second

Onamia sophomore Brendan Carlson was effective in the infield playing second base and on the mound as a starting pitcher for the Panthers this season.

The Onamia Panthers baseball team closed out their 2019 regular season with a split in their final two games, losing to Braham and winning their fifth game of the season against Floodwood. 

Onamia finished the season with an overall record of 5-9 as they headed into postseason, seeded seventh among the eight teams in their part of Section 5A.


The Braham Bombers and Onamia Panthers closed out their Great River Conference play on May 17 when the Bombers beat their guests, 11-1 in a game called after five innings because of the 10-run rule.

Bomber pitching held Onamia to one run on five hits, walked just two and struck out six, including retiring the side in order in three of the five innings.

Braham’s offense took advantage of 11 hits and 10 walks to score their 11 runs. 

Onamia 0 0 0 1 0   1  

Braham 1 0 3 5 2    11


The Onamia Panthers baseball team closed out its regular season play with a win over the non-conference Floodwood Polar Bears on May 20. 

Onamia’s offense only had five hits, but were issued 11 walks which helped their cause. 

Onamia’s pitchers Noah Rohloff and Cayden Eagle gave up just four hits, walked eight and struck out 10 Polar Bears in the win.

Picking up two hits each for the Panthers were Shan Donovan and Alex Forsberg-Manthe.

Floodwood 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 

Onamia 1 0 1 5 0 1 6 14

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