As far as matters on the field, Sangirardi said his team is improving and is a threat despite dropping three of their first few district games that determine playoff seeding. In the game tonight and 1 p.m. home contest Saturday, he wants to see the Tigers close out games better.
“We were on par with Norman North, but we’ve just got to finish games,” he said. “Our defense improved in the second game, but our bats weren’t there. But we did some good things.”
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