BALDWIN — Baldwin’s softball season has apparently ended.

Athletic director Scott Pedigo indicated this week the season won’t continue for lack of numbers due to various scheduling conflicts, which limited the availability of players.

Abbey Braidwood had been appointed by Baldwin schools prior to the season to be the next softball coach.

“I have previously coached a 10U travel team and a 12U rec-team,” Braidwood said. “I took this job to hopefully make an influence on the players, and to show them the fun we can have while learning and playing the sport of softball.”

Baldwin’s softball team has struggled for numbers and experience in past seasons.

The Panthers pulled out one win and had seven losses.

The win was a 13-8 verdict in the first game of a twinbill.

The second game was not completed because of darkness and weather conditions.

The twinbill was conducted at the Baldwin softball diamonds. Braidwood was pleased with various facets of her team’s performances.

“Kylee Montgomery had a couple of nice hits,” Braidwood said after the game.

Cierra Pieske was the winning pitcher.

“We had good pitching and had good defense,” Braidwood said. “All-around, we did a good job.”