These teams played five times last year, four in favor of Brookwood.
Johnson said that gameplanning for Macon-based Stratford will be favorable given the assortment of meetings between the two a year ago.
“I don’t think there will be a fear factor for our guys,” he said. “They know what they’re capable and will be ready.”
Brookwood, however, has yet to slate the game given a multitude of scheduling conflicts. Not only do players have exams during the next week and a half, but the school’s graduation ceremony is next weekend as well.
Johnson said he’d ideally like to play a doubleheader on Thursday, though should the teams split, the soonest they could meet for the rubber game would be the following Monday.
“It makes it a little tougher having to go on the road, which is something we didn’t have to deal with last year,” Johnson said.