McClung got things started in the fifth by reaching first on a ball bobbled by the shortstop. Bumgardner followed that with a slap to third that could not be fielded. Both runners were driven home on a huge shot to center by Brady Robinson to tie the game.
Nolan Wallace was able to score the third run with a sacrifice grounder. Strong defense from the Panthers held Oskaloosa at bay for the majority of the game. Third baseman Kaden Loscher and first baseman Jake Kendall connected on two strong plays in the sixth to stop the Indians.
Woodhouse struck out six batters in a complete game outing.
"That was not...picture perfect Woodhouse throwing it, but he gutted it out and got it done," Johnson said.
Wednesday's victories secured a second place finish in the Little Hawkeye Conference for the Panthers.
"A couple of games, extra inning games during the year, otherwise we could have challenged for that conference title," Johnson said. "It's good to be up there towards the top instead of near the bottom where we were a year ago."
The Panthers' regular season will come to a close Friday night with a double-header at Fairfield. The team's first district game will be Friday, July 19, vs. Dallas Center-Grimes at Ballard.