No. 10 Southmoore (17-9) has stayed in them middle of the pack for much of the year. They beat the teams they are supposed to, but are having a difficult time of knocking off the elite squads.
But even more of a problem has been mother nature. Since April 2, the SaberCats have had seven games rained out.
All three teams could be in store for more weather related problems when the postseason begins this week with the regional tournaments. But the Lions, Jags and Cats will be more concerned in making sure they are the ones who advance out of their bracket and into the state tournament.
Southmoore travels to Tecumseh along with Norman and Noble. Westmoore will host McLoud, No. 17 Anadarko and Elk City. Moore host Putnam City West and Putnam City North. Santa Fe South was supposed to be in the Lions bracket, but they do not have a team.
Games are scheduled to start today and Thursday.
“I really do think we are peaking at the right time, but only time will tell with such a young team,” Schwarz said. “I want our team to working on perfecting everything in regional.”
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