Various games around the area are being affected by the recent heavy rainfalls, causing changes to scheduled events this weekend.

Ellison girls soccer was supposed to face San Angelo Central on Tuesday night but was rescheduled to Wednesday night at Leo Buckley following the varsity boys game, who moved their start time to accommodate both games.

The weekend forecast has a 60 percent chance of rain on Friday.

The chance of rain goes up to 70 percent through Saturday with a chance of thunderstorms at night, according to the National Weather Service.

Harker Heights is set to begin competing in the Garland Naaman Forest tournament today, and despite being expected to play on schedule, the tournament is relocated to a Melissa ISD facility.

Lampasas and Gatesville were set to play at the three-day Bulldawg Classic, but due to the forecast, the baseball tournament is cancelled after Wednesday’s rainfall.

The Bulldawgs are hoping to still get in a couple games this weekend, looking for games in areas that are not as impacted by the rain.

The Academy Softball tournament was supposed to start play today but was cancelled Wednesday night.

Salado, Copperas Cove and Florence will resume play in the restructured two-day tournament on Friday if the weather permits.

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