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May 1, 2014

Rain shifts Brookwood to TU this weekend

THOMASVILLE —

Weather woes have forced Brookwood to sandwich pivotal region games from Tuesday and Friday into a doubleheader on Saturday at Thomas University’s Varnedoe Field.

The doubleheader will open with the Warriors taking on Southland at 1 p.m. and follow with the Tiftarea tilt at 4 p.m.

Both games will have implications in the race for the GISA AAA Tournament, of which the top four region teams qualify. Brookwood coach Ken Johnson said urgency was the premise for slating Saturday’s doubleheader with the playoffs opening on Friday.

Brookwood (14-7, 1-3) would secure the No. 2 seed and host the first round of the playoffs with wins on Saturday, and a turn-around region playoff win against Southland on Monday.

The Warriors would snag the No. 3 seed with one win on Saturday and a region road playoff win against John Milledge on Monday.

The Warriors would play no runoff games on Monday and retain the fourth and final seed should they lose both games on Saturday.

Brookwood is coming off a 7-0 win over Southwest Georgia Academy on Monday, and will have played just the one game in 11 days by first pitch on Saturday.

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