Warren Cunningham says there is still work to be done, but after the Barren County Trojans debuted Tuesday night in a scrimmage against Elizabethtown, Cunningham smiled.
Cunningham said he didn’t expect a perfect game against a very good team like Elizabethtown, but he did learn a lot about his team.
“I think you learn a lot from these games because a scrimmage is a good test to see where you’re at,” Cunningham said. “It is also a great teaching point with the guys.
“You can talk and talk about things in practice but sometimes, until they see it in a game situation, they don’t understand.”
The Trojans looked like they understood what Cunningham wanted them to do.
“I thought we did some good things. I thought we really played hard and I thought we executed well on offense,” Cunningham relayed. “But we do have to take care of the ball better. We were a little nervous tonight, but I saw a lot of good things.
“We have to continue to work on getting better with defensive rebounding, that’s a big issue for us. We have to work on getting guys where they’re supposed to be and to start feeling more comfortable with what we’re doing offensively.”