With the Argyle game behind them, the Rams can finally turn their collective attention to the 44-mile drive east for their first district matchup against the Lake Worth Bullfrogs.
Barrick summed up the Rams' focus heading in to the game with one word: win.
"Everybody's focused and everybody's goal is to win," he said. "We'll take them one game at a time, one inning at a time and one pitch at a time. Don't look ahead, don't look behind. Nothing else matters right now. Everybody's 0-0. Starting on Tuesday, we have a chance to be 1-0 and that's our focus."
First pitch against the Bullfrogs is set for 7:30 p.m., Tuesday, at Lake Worth High School.