If top-ranked White Plains goes on to win the Class 3A state title in softball this season, mark the Calhoun County tournament down as a key point. The Wildcats faced a tight game with Oxford in Friday’s winners’ bracket final. The least mistake could force them to have to play another game against Alexandria then beat Oxford twice to win the title. The pressure was on, and White Plains coach Rachel Ford had a message for her team. “I told them in the middle of that game, this is exactly the kind of pressure you’re going to face later in the year,” Ford said. White Plains won that game on the international tiebreaker then went on to beat Oxford 5-2 in Friday’s final, clinching the county title and improving to 27-5.