MORAN Marmaton Valley head coach Gavin Cole has been straightforward about the 2019-20 season since the pre-season. Cole planned to rebuild for the future, institute a winning team-first mindset, and give his youngsters time on the court.
On Tuesday, the Wildcats failed to follow the plan. Marmarton Valley looked out of touch and out of sync in its 64-16 loss to St. Paul. The Wildcats are still looking for their first win of the season.
I tell them before every game that things you can control are your attitude and effort. Those things always have to be there, Cole said. There are going to be nights where we miss shots, but the effort and attitude have to be consistent. We werent consistent in the JV game tonight, and we were not consistent coming out here.
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