As they filed out of the Anderson County locker room Friday night, the Bearcats’ faces spoke what they had just experienced.
There were stunned looks after Anderson saw a 6-point lead evaporate in the final two minutes against 30th District foe Collins.
It looked like there might have been a tear or two being shed. If a kid is a competitor, that’s good. If you want to win, losing hurts dearly.
“It should hurt,” Anderson basketball coach Glen Drury said. “That shows you care about it.”