As if playoff time couldn't get any more chaotic, thunderstorms thrown into the mix have had our local teams tested in more ways than they may have anticipated.
Dealing with location changes and late start times, the games would get underway eventually.
Frenship didn't get game one started until 9:45 last night in which they would fall behind 1-0 in the series against Aledo.
In the second inning in game two, the Tigers got on the board first in the bottom half of the frame after Jake Salyer hit into a double play with the bases load, scoring a run for the lead, 1-0.
In the third, Aledo answered with an rbi base hit by Zayne Willems to tie the game at one.
They would take the lead and go on to win, so the Tigers see their season come to an end, losing 4-2.
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