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Jaylon Rogers was still slightly out of breath and sweaty, but the most notable part of Frankfort's senior guard was the pearly whites he was flashing. Rogers just could not hold back his genuine — and almost involuntary — smile after defeating the Northwest Conference-favorite Buckley Bears on Thursday.

Although the panther belongs to the feline family (Felidae) in the animal kingdom, the Panthers of Frankfort find themselves as the top dog on the baseball diamond. That's what rankings say, anyway. The latest Michigan High School Baseball Coaches Association poll has Frankfort sitting at No. 1 in Division-4, leapfrogging last week's No. 1 Kalamazoo Hackett as well as Glen Lake, Portland St. Patrick and Centreville, which were ranked 2-4, respectively.