Mid-South Regional delayed Thursday, moving to John Ryan Stadium

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Thursday’s second day of action in the American Legion Mid-South Regional will have new game times and a new location.

Because of the morning-long rains plummeting the metro area, the four-game slate, originally scheduled to begin at 9:30 a.m., has been delayed until 10:45 a.m. and will now be played on the all-turf surface of John Ryan Stadium in Metairie.

The first two games of the day are elimination games, including Retif Oil – a 7-2 loser to Ada, Oklahoma, on Wednesday night – against the Mississippi state champs in the second game of the day. The two winner’s bracket games will follow, including the Pedal Valves Cardinals – which won its opener by the 10-run rule on Wednesday – against the Arkansas state champs in game three.

The updated tournament schedule is as follows:

Wednesday’s Games (at Kirsch-Rooney)
Game 1 Bryant Post 298 (AR) 9, Columbia Post 19 (TN) 6  Stats 
Game 2  Jefferson City Post 5 (MO) 11, Amory Post 25 (MS) 0  Stats 
Game 3 Pedal Valves (LA) 13, Ottawa Post 60 (KS) 1  Stats 
Game 4 Ada, OK, 7, Retif Oil (LA) 2  Stats 
Thursday’s Games (at John Ryan)
Game 5 Tennessee vs. Kansas 10:45 a.m.  Live Stats 
Game 6 Mississippi vs. Retif Oil Following Game 5  Live Stats 
Game 7 Arkansas vs. Pedal Valves Following Game 6  Live Stats 
Game 8 Missouri vs. Oklahoma Following Game 7  Live Stats 
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