SHREVEPORT – The Minden Crimson Tide traveled to Calvary Baptist for a contest with the No. 7 ranked team in Class 2A, with hopes of entering the playoffs on a high note.
They did just that, taking advantage of their opportunities and some timely hitting for a 10-9 road win over the Cavs.
“We jumped out on them, scoring five or six runs in the first inning,” Crimson Tide head coach Dean Francis said. “We hit it better than we have all year. The kids were ready to play. A lot of teams this year get tired and are ready to