Overall, Tarver said he got everything he could have asked for from the first day of the Tournament. His team saw virtually every possible game situation against some quality opponents and always endured.
"It was a good day," he said. "When you go to tournaments and you're looking for work and situations, we got every bit of it in this one day. Playing from behind, playing with a lead, losing a lead and having to come back, I mean it was a good day for team building."
The team building continues today for Mineral Wells in the second day of the tournament when they face Brownwood at noon and district rival Springtown at 4 p.m.