The Webster Parish baseball teams are facing the final full week of their 2013 schedules. Many of the teams will begin the playoffs soon, with Glenbrook beginning that process today.
Here's a brief look at all the parish baseball games scheduled for this week.
The Crimson Tide played a make-up double header with Fair Park yesterday at Griffith Stadium and swept both games to improve to 19-8 overall and 6-1 in district.
Minden beat Fair Park, 16-2, in the first game and then shut-out the Indians, 16-0, in the second.
Austin Sumner allowed just two hits in winning the first game. He also went three-for-three at the plate. Turner Francis turned in a monster game, as he went three-for-three with a Grand Slam, a single and four runs batted in.
Braden Morgan threw a five-inning no-hitter in Game 2.
Hutton Leppert went two-for-two and Ryan Harmon, Ryan Garcia and Carson Bolyer all doubled.
Today, the Tide will have a huge match-up that will go a long way in determining the District 1-4A title. The Tide will head to Benton to take on the Benton Tigers.
Thursday, the Tide will host Huntington as they hold their annual Senior Day.
The Glenbrook Apaches finished their regular season schedule with a 19-4 overall record and an 11-1 mark in district play as they took the 7A title.
The Apaches will begin their best two-out-of-three playoff series with Wilkinson County Christian Academy in Woodville, Mississippi.
Today's Game 1 will be played at WCCA, with Friday's Game 2 to be played at Glenbrook at 5 p.m. on Friday. If a Game 3 is necessary, it would follow right after.
The Lakeside Warriors will play three games this week.
Today they will travel to Jonesboro for a 6 p.m. game with the Jonesboro-Hodge Tigers.
Thursday, the Warriors will host Homer and then they will host Evangel at 2 p.m. on Saturday.
The Doyline Panthers will play at Weston High School today and then will play at Zwolle on Saturday.
The North Webster Knights have two big district home games this week.
Today, the Knights will host the Calvary Baptist Cavaliers.
Thursday, the Knights will host their annual Senior Night, when the Evangel Eagles come to town.