BOONSBORO -- Maybe it's a good thing Williamsport's baseball team gets to play three more games in the next three days.
It will help the Wildcats put Monday's excruciating 1-0 loss to MVAL Antietam rival Boonsboro behind them.
"I think we played hard, we just need to sleep on it and let it go," Williamsport coach Larnie Vickers said after the Wildcats (2-2, 0-1) left 12 runners on base -- eight in scoring position -- and failed to execute in the field in the sixth inning. "That should help us, to go out and get to play again. I hope they don't bring the loss with them, but knowing them, they'll forget all about it."
Williamsport travels to No. 1 Jefferson tonight, hosts Catoctin on Wednesday and travels to Brunswick on Thursday to make up last Friday's rainout.
Boonsboro (3-2, 1-0) battled its way out of jam after jam before manufacturing the only run it needed in the sixth.