Wildcats Baseball Coach Jerrod Hammack Discusses Playoff Scenarios
It’s truly a must win game as the Wildcats’ baseball team hosts Texas High at Wildcat Park Friday night (April 26) at 7 p.m. The Wildcats have won four straight district games to improve their district record to 6-8. They are tied for the fourth and last playoff spot with Royse City but the Bulldogs have the tiebreaker edge over the Wildcats. If the Wildcats win they are win, lose and they are out. Texas High is 10-4 and tied with Lindale for the district’s top spot. The Eagles have the tiebreaker edge over Texas High. Royse City also plays Mount Pleasant Friday night and Lindale plays Greenville. Wildcats Baseball Coach Jerrod Hammack said the Wildcats have come too far to stop now. He said as long as the Wildcats play as well as they can, he would live with the results. Coach Hammack is hoping the Wildcats are a team of destiny this year. He feels if you can get into the playoffs, anything can happen. Coach Hammack said he feels his team can play anyone in the region if they play their best. KSST Radio will have Wildcats Baseball Friday night live at 7 p.m. with live video streaming. The game will also be posted to YouTube. The game will also be videotaped for replay later on Channel 18 on Suddenlink Cable. On this Friday game day, it’s also day one of the two-day Region II Track Meet at UT Arlington. The Wildcats and Lady Cats’ track teams are both sending six athletes to the event this weekend.