While the post-season playoff series for the Uvalde Lobos is set, the first-place seeding for the playoffs remains to be decided.
Following the conclusion of the regular-season district schedule last Thursday, two teams locked in a tie for first place.
Tomorrow at San Antonio’s ISD Spring Sports Complex field no. 1, the Medina Valley Panthers, 27-2 for the season, will host the Southwest Dragons, 29-5-1 for the season, in a game to determine who will represent District 28-5A as the number-one seed in the playoffs.
The game is set for a 7 p.m. start.
Both the Panthers and the Dragons finished their regular-season schedule with a 15-1 record.
In head-to-head district play, Medina Valley topped Southwest, 8-3, in the game played at Southwest, while the Dragons topped the Panthers, 5-0, in the game played at Castroville.
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