Central High senior pitcher Kayla Batt admitted she was feeling tired going into Tuesday’s 2A District double-header against visiting Colcord.“I was definitely exhausted today,” Batt said.Batt dug deep and delivered two huge pitching performances and got some strong run support as Central handily swept Colcord 10-2 and 15-0 (five inning mercy) in the double-header to advance to the 2A Regionals.
The cliché every game is important reigns true.However unlike non-District games, District games are the ones where you earn playoff spots, District titles and give your teams the chance at a State title.District games are also the start to new seasons and for the three local football teams — Sallisaw, Central and Webbers Falls High — who begin District play tonight it offers them a chance to forget an all but forgettable non-district part of their schedule.
The Sallisaw High football team is looking to wash their mouths of a tasteless first four weeks of the season that was resulted in three-straight losses.The Black Diamonds will begin District 4A-4 play tonight and will have their finds full as they visit the reigning 4A-4 champions Hilldale tonight at 7:30 p.m.“We have to have a chip on our shoulder,” Bethel said. “We have to learn to play with toughness. Things aren’t going to be easy.
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