BALDWIN — Baldwin’s football season is halfway over with an 0-4 record and coach Bob Watkins team is hoping for better fortunes the second half of the season. The Panthers have been outscored 253-0 in their first four games.

The most recent loss was 68-0 to Manistee Catholic Central on Friday during Baldwin’s homecoming.

The Panthers are home on Friday against Marion and will play at Big Rapids Crossroads on Oct. 5, at Brethren on Oct. 12 and at home with Onekama on Oct. 19, at home,

“We had a couple of injuries early,” Watkins said. “Ian Lemieux did real well at fullback. But we’re young up front and they dominated us.”

It was 38-0 at halftime.

Marion beat Baldwin 64-0 last year. The Eagles are 2-3. They lost 26-20 to Mesick, which beat Baldwin 66-0.