Rainy weather has pushed back the start of high school baseball tournaments at Mannford and Ketchum until Thursday.

Miami now will be facing Keys at noon and Cleveland at 2:30 p.m. in the first round of the Mannford Keystone Classic.

The Ketchum Invitational hopes to be played under a double-elimination format on Friday and Saturday, according to tournament director Mark Knoten. Fairland and Quapaw are among the eight teams in the field.

Wyandotte coach Kyle Baldridge said plans are still moving ahead for Saturday's Wyandotte Festival.

Festivals at Commerce and Porter on Monday were washed out along with a number of games scheduled for Tuesday and Wednesday.

Thursday's schedule also is in doubt locally.

Northeastern A&M's games against MCC-Longview on Tuesday and Independence, Kan., on Wednesday were wiped out and a Friday double-header at Park Hills, Mo., against Mineral Area College has already been called off according to a post on the NEO baseball Facebook page.

The Norse still are scheduled to play at Maple Woods on Sunday in Kansas City, Mo.

A decision on NEO's twinbill with Rose State here Saturday will be made on Friday, coach Eric Iverson said in a text.