Heading into the home stretch of their schedule, the Rams face there most important opponents in the next three with games against Springtown, Kennedale and Castleberry before a non-district finale against Bridgeport.
As they have all season, the Rams have a district championship on their minds as they will head to enemy territory versus Springtown and play their final three games at home. Barrick said the mantra remains the same.
"One game at a time," he said. "We can't look ahead to Kennedale, because we've got Springtown first. Right now, we're in kind of a playoff mode, which is good for us because we get a three-game warm-up before we get into the playoffs. It'll be a playoff atmosphere at all of them."
Playoff mode begins with the trip to Springtown, Tuesday, where first pitch is set for 7:30 p.m. at the Porcupines' athletic complex.