State soft­ball tour­na­ments post­poned un­til Wednesday

The Oklahoman - - SPORTS - JA­COB UN­RUH, STAFF WRITER

SHAWNEE — Rain again forced an­other change to the soft­ball state tour­na­ments.

The Ok­la­homa Se­condary School Ac­tiv­i­ties As­so­ci­a­tion post­poned Fri­day’s state semi­fi­nals and cham­pi­onships sched­uled to be played at The Ball Fields at Fire­lake to Wednesday due to overnight rain­fall.

The sched­ule will re­main the same with Class 5A and Class 4A semi­fi­nals be­ing at 11 a.m. and the cham­pi­onship games at 4 p.m. Class 6A’s semi­fi­nals will be at 1:30 p.m. with the cham­pi­onship at 6:30 p.m.

Last week, the Class 3A-B state tour­na­ments were also played in two days.

OSSAA as­sis­tant di­rec­tor Amy Cas­sell said the fields were too wet fol­low­ing rain ear­lier this week and early Fri­day morn­ing. Wednesday’s fore­cast is com­pa­ra­ble to Thurs­day’s open­ing day of the tour­na­ment and it fol­lows what is fore­cast to be two dry days.

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