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Hillsborough: The week ahead

TODAY
Softball, Chamberlain (13-0) at Gaither (14-3), 7 p.m.: The Chiefs are coming off big wins over Plant and Riverview, but Gaither might be their toughest test to date.
Baseball, Plant (15-1) at Leto (6-6), 7 p.m.: The last time these teams met, the Panthers pulled out a one-run win. The Falcons had won three straight before losing a 14-inning marathon to Middleton. Can Plant rebound after loss to Jesuit?
Baseball, Armwood (6-6) at Brandon (9-5), 7 p.m.: The Eagles have won three of four, including a big win over Wharton, heading into this district tilt.
WEDNESDAY
Softball, Durant (15-5) at Riverview (8-5), 7 p.m.: The Cougars are hot after winning three of four in a Tallahassee tournament. But Riverview beat Durant 2-1 earlier in the season.
Baseball, Middleton (7-6) at Chamberlain (7-8), 7 p.m.: The Tigers are seeking consistency as they take on an up-and-down Chamberlain team.
THURSDAY
Track, Western Conference track meet at Spoto: One of the top meets of the season has a great deal of history.
FRIDAY
Baseball, Gaither (8-4) at Sickles (7-4), 7 p.m.: The Cowboys need to shake growing pains against the rival Gryphons.
Baseball, Jesuit Invitational final, 7 p.m.: Locals Jesuit and Berkeley Prep face off against a fine field of out-of-state private schools, including two New York City schools who will use wooden bats.
Softball, Freedom (13-4) at Newsome (12-5), 7 p.m.: The Patriots enter the week with seven straight wins in their march to the top of the district standings.


The week ahead

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