Juda's Ramos no-hits Black Hawk; Ponies edge Barneveld; Argyle wins Times photo: Brenda Steurer Juda's Katlyn DeVoe sets to throw the ball during the Panthers' 10-1 win over Black Hawk on Monday. Staff Writer Posted: May 11, 2009, 7:29 p.m. COPY GRATIOT - Juda freshman Amber Ramos assured the Panthers will be playing for a Six Rivers East Conference title today after throwing a no-hitter to beat Black Hawk, 10-1, Monday. ∞ views ∞ views Would you like to read this article and use one of your 0 remaining views? Read Enjoy great local journalism? Subscribe Already a subscriber? Log in We hope you enjoyed your FREE preview of TheMonroeTimes.com Subscribe to access more great content! Subscribe Already a subscriber? Log in Equalizing on the ice Outdoors Overview: The novice hunted; now experienced turkey hunters turn Bird hunting seasons for 2019 approved Einbeck, Knaufs shine for Team Wis.