JUDA - The Panthers got a little bit of help from their entire lineup to knock off Monticello 6-3."We played well and made all the plays we had to," Juda coach Kyle Krueger said. "Once again, we had no errors and timely hitting. Guys are taking their time at the plate and looking for something good to hit."Aaron Duecker's solo home run to lead off the home half of the fourth inning gave the Panthers a giant boost of energy as well as their first lead of the night.