Fort Myers, FL---The Mosley Dolphins spent Tuesday in Fort Myers in advance of Wednesday's 6A state semifinal game.
Coach Todd Harless kept his guys rather busy during the day and night before finally allowing them to retire for what was likely to be a restless night.
The team getting in it's final practice before the state semifinal game Tuesday afternoon. The Dolphins working out at the Boston Red Sox old spring training home, City of Palms Park. They did some hitting, and took some fielding as well.
A big concern for most head coaches right now, is whether or not their players can get acclimated to the big stage. Coach Harless put it this way Tuesday after that workout.
"You ask any coach, they should tell you that whichever team can get over that first initial nerve, and just the awe of how big the stadium is. You're playing in front of tv cameras for the first time. You feel like you're playing big time division one baseball, or professional baseball. The team that can get over that the quickest will be the team that's gonna be the most successful."
When asked what his team needs to do to get the victory Harless replied "throw strikes and score at least three runs!" That would be very impressive considering King's pitcher Brett Morales has only allowed four runs all season.
Again that semifinal game against King set for one eastern. Mosley playing for it's second state title, the other coming under coach Doug Lee in 2002.