Harker Heights' Easton Culp (10) gets the forceout of Ellison's Alex Oquendo at second base on Tuesday at Harker Heights. The Knights went on to turn a double play.

Regardless of where it stands in the district race, the Harker Heights baseball team battles every time it takes the field.

“When you play games, you’re trying to win the game,” said Harker Heights head coach Randy Culp. “I don’t think we’re looking outside, playoff-wise and playoff scenarios, we’re just trying to take care of games that we can take care of.

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