A big crowd expected in Camilla for game one of the GISA Class A state championship series between Westwood and Crisp Academy.
These two teams meeting in the finals for a second straight year.
Crisp Academy is the defending state champion but Westwood won the region and hosts the series this year.
These two teams split their regular season region games and both coaches believe runs will be at a premium in this best two out of three series.
Westwood coach Al Timmerman said. "Pitching is going to be at the top because both teams have outstanding pitching. It is going to be whether each team can break through with a couple of key hits here or there. Get runners on base. Move runners along. Play a little small ball."
Crisp Academy head coach John Penney said. "I think we can go deep with them. Either way it is going to be a close series. You can't take anything away from Westwood. They are tough. They are real tough."
The series begins Friday at 1:00 p.m. in Camilla.
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