The Henry County Wildcats could get the top seed in the district tournament, set to start the week of May 20, but who will be the top seed is sill in question.
The Cats fell to Carroll last week, 7-2, leaving both teams with just one loss in district play. While the Cats have completed their district schedule, Carroll has a game to finish against Owen County. The Panthers were leading 8-0 when the game was called because of rain.
The first two innings between the Wildcats and Panthers belonged to the pitchers as both teams had just one base runner.