Chickasha

Cash Jay heads to the dugout during last week's game in Marlow

The Chickasha baseball team has earned the opportunity to play at home in the postseason.

The Fightin' Chicks will have the opportunity to host the McLoud Redskins in bi-district play later this week. Chickasha will host McLoud on Thursday.

The winner of the bi-district series is the first team to win two games, and the winner advances to a regional tournament.

Chickasha earned the hosting opportunity by tying with Elgin for No. 4 district record in District 4A-2. The Fightin' Chicks came out on top in one of the Oklahoma Secondary School Activities Association's tiebreaker scenarios.

The Fightin' Chicks went 7-7 in their 14 district games this season.

McLoud finished fifth in District 4A-1. It went 4-8 in its 12 district games this season.

Other teams

The Tuttle Tigers earned a bi-district bye and will get to play in a Class 4A regional tournament.

The Blanchard Lions and Bridge Creek Bobcats also compete in Class 4A. Blanchard will host Anadarko in bi-district play, and Bridge Creek will travel to Kingfisher for its series.

Class 2A features three area baseball teams.

The Amber-Pocasset Panthers earned the opportunity to host a bi-district series. Am-Po will host Wynnewood.

The Minco Bulldogs and Dibble Demons will meet in bi-district play. Minco will host Dibble.

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