The stage is set for 4:30 p.m. Thursday in Sandusky.
Norwalk and Sandusky are slated to play for the first time in baseball 2012. It will also be the first time the schools have faced each as Northern Ohio League foes on the diamond.
Both teams are unbeaten as the Truckers are 7-0, while the Blue Streaks check in at 6-0. Each team is also 1-0 in the league after Tuesday NOL victories.
In the Truckers 11-1 five-inning win over Shelby, pitcher Evan Bader gave up just two hits in the first four innings for his third win against no losses.
Catcher Dustin Lieber aided his cause with three hits and was on base all four times.
The Truckers are hitting .400 as a team.
Meanwhile, Sandusky notched a 7-1 win over Willard, also collecting its first NOL baseball win.
Garrett Newton (3-0) allowed one unearned run in a complete game, yielding five hits and four walks with seven strikeouts.
Lucas Will doubled and singled twice, while Newton hit two singles for two RBI.
Derrick Kirkwood also contributed a triple in the second as part of a three-run second for Sandusky.
Read more in Wednesday's Sandusky Register and Norwalk Reflector.