The 7-13 Salisbury Panthers also had a large break between games due to weather, forcing them to now have four games in four days. Head coach Kenny Wyatt says it’s going to be a test for his young team.
On the girls’ side, the 3-18 Lady Bulldogs are riding a two-game winning streak after losing 15 straight. Head coach Ryan Richardson says he sees improvement from his team.
The Lady Panthers come in at 16-4 and were recently named the top seed in their district bracket. Head coach Wade Billington says he doesn’t want his team getting too ahead of themselves just yet.
Salisbury and Harrisburg face off in a doubleheader Tuesday night starting at 5:50 pm on KRES and centralmoinfo.com. Ben Wittenstein has the call.
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