BALDWIN — The softball season moves on for the Baldwin Panthers softball team, which continues to learn and grow under coach Sonya Lund.

The Panthers played Bear Lake at home on Monday in a twinbill rescheduled from April 9 on a snowout.

Bear Lake won 25-0 in the first game, and 20-0 in the second. Bear Lake had 18 hits in the opener and 14 in the second.

Both games went three innings.

Hayley May threw the first game for Bear Lake and had a one-hitter, walking three and striking out five. May had three hits with a triple, two RBIs and a stolen base.

Shaley Waller was 3-for-4 with a double, three RBIs and four runs scored.

Lili Brown was the winning pitcher of the second game.

Monique Rowland and April See continue to show improvement as pitchers, Lund said. She said the infield continues to improve and has been catching challenging infield pop flies.

“We have a solid roster of 15 players,” Lund said. “Most of them are getting playing time.’

Carrie Kent had a hit against Bear Lake.

Baldwin plays at McBain on Friday and is home with Pentwater on Monday.