The Wildcat coach ultimately noted that it cost his ball club a 5-1 decision to the Jackets on VR's final day of action at the 17th Annual Central Shootout.
"I've said all summer long that our pitchers have done a heck of a job. And, again [Saturday], they did exactly what they needed to do. But when you have more errors than you allow hits, that's not the recipe for success," Sneddon said.
"Now, I think a lot of it is a lack of repetition. You're not practicing every day, you're not getting the reps in the cage, you're not getting the reps in the field. So those kind of things suffer."
Wayne County got just three hits off the combination of Villa Rica starter Zach Dutton and reliever Mikey Palagano through six innings, but seven Wildcat errors cleared the way for their fourth loss in four games this week at Central.
And though Sneddon would have liked to see his squad play a cleaner game in the field on Saturday, he reiterated that summer ball in VR is about pitching, and that's been a bright spot all month.
The Wildcats are now done with the local tournament schedule for the month and will close out June with a trip to Panama City, Fla., where they enjoy a combination of baseball and the beach next week.
"We play some baseball and have a little fun together to wrap up our summer — and our spring — we kind of went right from spring into summer. Then after that, we'll take a good, long break and get right back after it when school starts back," Sneddon said.