Thursday Nov. 19, 2009
Augusta, Ga--They may have the toughest test of any school left. ARC traveling to near Tallahassee to battle Thomas County Central tomorrow. Heck, they're leaving first thing in the morning just to take some of the bus lag from the road trip.
One thing is for sure, the Musketeers are playing with as much confidence as anyone left. From emotional wins to finish off the regular season to a big second half to win the first round of the playoffs. This team, these kids aren't ready for it to end.
"Practices have been a lot more fun, it's been intense, but it's been fun." said coach Chris Hughes "These guys know what's going on. They understand what they've accomplished so far and they just don't want it to end. It's been really enjoyable these last few weeks and we're just riding the high and anything that happens from here is just wonderful."
Hughes feels the Academy needs to hit a big play early and try to take the crowd out of it against Thomas County. That's an 8pm kick, in case you're wondering.