In another three-team section that was scheduled to begin Monday, Herbert Hoover is joined by Nicholas County and Clay County in the Class AA Region 4, Section 1 tournament at Clay.
The opener was moved back two days, pitting the defending regional champion Huskies against the Panthers at 5:30 p.m. today.
Hoover Coach Brian Young said they are tossing around the idea of a weekend doubleheader to complete the double-elimination tournament.
"If we would get rained out and this moves into next week, it puts everybody in a bind," Young said. "It puts up the possibility of going with single elimination with maybe the same format, or a doubleheader.
"Our goal right now is playing maybe doubleheaders the end of this week if we have to if everybody agrees to it. We had mentioned it, threw it out there, and see if everybody would be OK with it."
Charleston Catholic isn't bound by Westest schedules, but it is in the three-team Class A Region 4 Section 4 Tournament that was scheduled to begin on Monday on Buffalo's turf.
It was moved back one day with Buffalo and St. Joseph were scheduled to play with the loser facing heavily favored Catholic.
If Catholic wins that game, the remaining teams will return on Friday for a best-of-three series.
The Irish (21-9) lost three consecutive games near midseason, but have since won nine of their last 10 entering postseason play.
"We had a really good final two weeks of the regular season," said Catholic Coach Bill Mehle, whose team reached the State Tournament last season. "We were playing really well in all dimensions of the game."
Tonight's game is scheduled for University of Charleston's Triana Field. However, if the natural surface of Triana isn't ready, the game will be moved to Buffalo's turf.
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