The Pettisville baseball team had a tough week last week, losing to Tinora and North Central in identical 10-0 shutouts.
But the Birds picked up a 19-1 Buckeye Border Conference win over Fayette.
The Birds stand at 4-6, 3-1 BBC.
Tinora 10, PHS 0
Pettisville traveled to Tinora, Friday, April 26, and suffered a 10-0 no-hit shutout at the hands of Tinora pitcher Reid Renollet.
The game ended after five innings due to the run rule.
The Rams (5-5) jumped out to a 4-0 lead after one and never looked back.
Noah Miller suffered the loss on the mound. In one inning he gave up four runs on two hits.
Alex Roth, Cam Norris and Tate Kauffman also took their shots at the Rams on the mound.
North Central 10, PHS 0
Pettisville hosted the high-flying Eagles of North Central, Tuesday, April 23, and suffered its first BBC loss of the season.
The Eagles (6-6, 3-1 BBC) pounded out 13 hits while the Blackbirds mustered just three.
Logan Nofziger hit a single and a double, while Norris and Kauffman each singled.
Miller suffered the loss, giving up three runs on four hits in 1/3 inning.
PHS 19, Fayette 1
Pettisville had 15 hits and crossed the plate 19 times in its 19-1 win over BBC rival Fayette (0-6, 0-3 BBC), Monday, April 22, at Fayette.
Roth recorded the win. In five innings he gave up one run on two hits, struck out seven, and walked five.
Roth also led PHS at the plate, going 2-4 with a double. Nofziger went 3-5; Norris, 2-4; Jacob Deffely, 2-2; and Eli King, 2-3.