Still, Horton did not cheapen the challenge that awaits the Warriors in their second game. He tempered his expectations, saying he sees the Tyler Street game primarily as an opportunity to learn and grow before the must-win games of district play.
“I feel like we’ve got some advantages in some discipline areas as far as execution on any given play,” he said. “[Tyler Street] really rely on their athletic ability. We’ll go out there and see what we can do. I expect a real tough test. If our guys respond and play like they’re capable of playing, I feel real good about it. With that said, it’s early in the season, so my expectations aren’t necessarily that we’re going to do everything perfect.”
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