Conference play continues Tuesday for the Pine Bluff Zebras, Watson Chapel Wildcats, Dollarway Cardinals and White Hall Bulldogs.
Due to scheduling and inclement weather, the Cardinals haven’t played a game in 19 days. Their last outing was on March 7 against Fordyce, and they trounced the Redbugs 19-4. Dollarway Head Coach Greg Cleveland has had ample amount of time to work with and prepare his players for conference play. Dollarway is set for a 4:30 p.m. pitch time Tuesday at Drew Central in Monticello.
The Pine Bluff Zebras will head into their second conference series as they face off with the Parkview Patriots in a doubleheader at 4 p.m. Tuesday in Little Rock. Previously this season, the Zebras have played one other double-header, in which they won the first and dropped the second against the Maumelle Hornets.
Five different Zebras have gotten the start on the mound for Head Coach Ryan Stinson, and going forward he’ll look to shore up that rotation.
Watson Chapel had won four out of five games before dropping their last two outings. The Wildcats will continue their 5A Central slate at 4 p.m. Tuesday with a doubleheader against the Sylvan Hills Bears at Sylvan Hills. Sylvan Hills currently sits atop the standings in a two-way tie with White Hall.
Wildcats Head Coach Chad Cope is ready to see how his team will fare in a true road-game environment for the first time this season.
The White Hall Bulldogs, led by Head Coach Shane Harp, are riding a three-game win streak as they head into their second 5A Central series. The Bulldogs will take on Maumelle at 5 p.m. Tuesday at Maumelle in a double-header.
The Bulldogs are winners of their last three outings that were a part of the Best of the West Tournament held in Memphis. After dropping their opening game of the tournament, White Hall reeled off three straight wins, including a 13-3 win over White Station to finish up.