Tattnall Square looking for redemption in State Title Series
No one has been more dominant than Tattnall Square in the playoffs. The Trojans have rolled past their competition. Capped by their sweep of rival FPD last week. "We've really been hitting as a team 1 through 9. Everybody is coming together and we are having a really good time with each other and we're ready" said junior Trey Ham.
The Trojans offense has been hot in these 6 playoff games averaging over 10 runs per game. Catching fire right when they needed to. "We've swung it a little bit better than we have in the regular season. Again, we hope that continues for 1 or two more days. However long it takes" said head coach Joey Hiller.
Their pitching has been equally as good giving up just 2 runs per game. Getting great starts out of their rotation. "They just go out and work really hard. They try to command three pitches in the strike zone. We preach get ahead of hitters, make quality pitches, and get as many strikes as we can."
The Trojans will have the luxury of playing close to home at Mercer. A big advantage for them against Princeton Avenue Christian. "It plays to our advantage playing down just at Mercer. Should be a lot of fun" said junior Miles Morris.
Tattnall Square knows they'll have a tough series with the Wolverines. However, this is not about their opponent. Its more about getting redemption after losing in this same spot a year ago. "It was a big motivator. We've been looking forward to it all year. Just wanting to make right what we left on the field last year" said Morris. "Its just been a grind this year. We've wanted to get back on top, where we were my freshman year. Everyone is fired up to get after Prince Avenue Christian tomorrow. So, we're ready. Ready and fired up for it" said Ham.