Games To Watch

April 09, 2008

SOFTBALL

No. 6 Hammond@No. 9 Centennial

WHEN -- Friday, 4 p.m.

OUTLOOK -- Not surprisingly, the two teams, which both feature strong pitching and good pop in their lineups, have surfaced as the top two in the county. With runs tough to come by, the team that better exe cutes the fundamentals - getting down a bunt and staying away from errors - will come away with the win.

THE SUN'S PICK -- Hammond

GIRLS LACROSSE

No. 3 Mount Hebron @Centennial

WHEN -- Tuesday, 5:30 p.m.

OUTLOOK -- The 11-time defending state champion Vikings have been in a class by themselves in county play, winning 17 straight titles. In fact, their only loss against a county foe came in 1990, against Centennial. This season, the Vikings will get their first considerable county test when they visit the Eagles. Look for the Vi kings to control play with their pres sure on defense and balanced atttack led by Ashley Bruns and Monica Za bel. The home team will lean on sen ior Sarah Parks for offense and need a big effort from senior goalie Mary Teeters.

THE SUN'S PICK -- Mount Hebron

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