The ACHS Panthers are looking good after the first two weeks of the season.
This is a program that’s struggled to win ball games over the last few years.
That might be changing this year.
The real question is why.
The answer is basic.
Fundamentals, fundamentals, and then, more fundamentals.
“It feels really good. Especially coming back from last year going 3-8, starting it out 2-0, it feels really good,” Noah Hampton said. “Definitely a whole lot more of a fundamental team. We work a whole lot on footwork. A whole lot on defense, and we just really practice the fundamentals, and that’s what wins games.”
“Really impressed with how from game one to game two. We really picked some stuff up after the first week and just cleaned a lot of stuff up,” Jim Holloway said.
“We just plan on doing it the whole year and get better every week we’ll be a hard team to beat.”
The Panthers try to go 3-0 on Saturday when they host West Texas home school at Shotwell Stadium.