Wildcats Baseball Coach Jerrod Hammack expects his team to bounce back after a first loss in district play at Marshall Tuesday night. The Wildcats are tied for first with Hallsville with a 6-1 district record. The Wildcats play at Texas High Friday night.
Hammack said the Wildcats were disappointed with the loss which would have distanced them from all other district teams except Hallsville. He said the team allowed Marshall to hang around until they got the runs needed for the win. The locals loaded the bases several times but were unable to capitalize with runs. Hammack said Marshall is a tough place for the locals to win during the last three or four years.
Texas High is coming off a 6-0 win over Mt Pleasant Tuesday so Hammack expects the Wildcats to face difficulties. He said the Wildcats have won only three or four games at Texarkana in the past nine years.