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.
The MV-SW winner will go on to play District 27-5A’s fourth-place team, the Burbank Bulldogs in bi-district, while the loser will take on 27-5A’s third-place finisher, the Alamo Heights Mules in bi-district.
Fourth place in the District 28-5A race was decided Thursday as Eagle Pass Winn topped Harlan, 7-2, while Floresville lost an 8-7 decision to Legacy.
Winn and Floresville entered the final district game tied for fourth place.
By finishing fourth, Winn now will play the District 27-5A champion Edison Bears in bi-district play, while the losing team will end its season.
District baseball ends
This week is the final week of the District 28-5A baseball race.
With two games left to be played, the team standings remain tight.
Medina Valley, Southwest, and Eagle Pass Winn are locked in a three-way tie for first place, while the Uvalde Coyotes one-half game behind in fourth place.
Games set for Tuesday include Southside at Uvalde, Winn at Southwest, Floresville at Medina Valley, and Somerset at Legacy.
Harlan has the open date.
On Friday, the district schedule features Harlan at Winn, Southwest at Somerset, Medina Valley at Southside, and Legacy at Floresville.