At Blue Devil Gym on Wednesday, it was back to work for the (6-9) Blue Devils of QHS.
The Quincy High coaching staff has discussed all week long to the players about being “mentally tough” on the hardwood.
It’s an important factor in the eyes of head coach Andy Douglas as QHS prepares to face (13-4) United Township tomorrow night at 7:30 pm.
To their credit, the players have clearly listened.
Judging by the way the Blue Devils ran today, during a very up-tempo practice,they have accepted that challenge as they attempt to snap a two game losing skid Friday.
Quincy High will go up against a Panthers team that has won their last two games in a row and are undefeated playing at home.
Quincy’s top freshman, Jeremiah Talton, is one player ready for Friday’s challenge after a productive week of practices.
Talton stated, “It’s been going good you know we been working hard every practice with great energy, high energy and we’re just trying to get ready for the game tomorrow.”