Not lost in their preparation for Azle Christian, is the opportunity the Hill game presents for CCS to get its first home win of the season. In front of their home crowd at Miller Stadium, the Warriors have played three of the toughest teams on their schedule, netting an 0-3 record. With the Hawks, CCS has a chance to carry over the great success they had on the road this year to their home field.
“In other news, we’re moving all our home games to away,” Horton joked referencing his team’s 3-0 road record. “It’s kind of been a joke amongst the team: we can’t protect our own house, but we’ll go rob somebody else. I like winning in front of the home crowd as much as anybody else, but I’ll take a ‘W’ where I can get them. We’re looking forward to getting a ‘W’ at home against a solid team this week.”