"We are going to play those kind of games against those types of teams right there," he said. "We're not going to be able to bang out hits and win a game against them, with their ones and twos going. I don't know if it'll be too much different for us throughout the year."
There was certainly a statement made, however, in the eyes of the players. Carl Albert had run-ruled just about every 5A team they've come up against this season, and Chickasha just showed they can hang with them.
"It gives us a lot of confidence, I think," Dixon said. "It gives us a lot of enthusiasm. We're going to be a really good team from now on."