Tattnall Square is seeded first for the GHSA Region 7-A tournament after beating Stratford and FPD earlier this week.
Tattnall beat Stratford 3-1 on Monday and FPD 5-1 on Tuesday, locking in the finishes for the sub-region.
It has been a competitive season for Region 7-A, with Tattnall, FPD and Stratford consistently ranked near the top of the GHSA Class A private school power ratings.
“It’s a big deal any time you can come out on top over two quality programs like Stratford and FPD,” Tattnall head coach Joey Hiller said.
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Tattnall is 22-3 and second in the Class A private power ratings, just below Brookstone, a Region 4-A program.
Going head-to-head with FPD twice, Hiller said this has not been an easy season.
Despite the loss, FPD (16-5) is seeded second for the region tournament. FPD head coach Jim Turner said the season was not too difficult.
“The seniors have given us great leadership,” he said.
Stratford missed the region tournament after Monday’s loss to Tattnall, but the Eagles likely will likely play at home in the first round of the Class A private school playoffs.
Stratford softball head coach Jeff Treadway said a few players have injuries that will keep them off the field for several days. But he feels confident that the Eagles can get back to the level they were playing at earlier in the season.
Fourth-place Mount de Sales is 16th in the power ratings, right on the fence for qualifying for the postseason. The Cavaliers defeated Wilkinson County 13-1 on Tuesday, scoring seven runs in the third inning.
Tattnall will host the region tournament, tentatively scheduled for Oct. 6 and Oct. 8.