Recent inclement weather hasn't derailed any plans for the Section 6 baseball and softball committees from holding their playoff seeding meetings this week.
Despite getting off to a late start at the beginning of the season and despite the recent weather fluctuation, which has seen temperatures fall into the mid-40s, pack strong winds and, at times, light snow, it hasn't been enough to stop teams from getting the requisite number of games played prior to postseason play.
"It's going on as planned," Section 6 baseball chairman Jim Conley said Tuesday evening. "No one's even mentioned (postponing it)."
Added the section's softball co-chairman Dan Brooks, "Yes, it's still planned (as usual)."
Of the two sports, Brooks and his fellow softball coaches will be seeding their teams first, with their meeting scheduled for Thursday at 7 p.m. at Depew High School
Conley and his colleagues, meanwhile, will get together for their meeting on Saturday at Eden High School at 4 p.m.
Softball prequarterfinal games will begin Saturday while the first baseball playoff games will then get underway Monday with prequarterfinal action beginning, for all classes according to the Section 6 baseball website, at 5 p.m.
Complete postseason schedules for both sports will be published, in print and online, in The Post-Journal once they become available.