"I like the way our team is starting to come together," Gore said. "We aren't near where we need to be, but we're finding ways to win games, doing the little things right, and getting some good pitching. That's two games in a row we've thrown the ball extremely well."
Duncan awaits Chickasha for another district series when they return home on March 24. If the road trip goes as well as Gore expects, Chickasha could start to see an upward trend in offense while maintaining that solid defensive start.
"These guys have been together for a long time but there's nothing like spending the night in the same room and being around each other all of the time," Gore said. "It's good for our team, and we're thankful that we get to go on those kind of trips here."