Both coaches vowed to produce better performances in the Section Four Class D Tournament.
“I guarantee I will use the fourth quarter as our rallying point to be ready on Wednesday,” said Spurchise, whose fourth-seeded Wildcats host No. 13 Cherry Valley-Springfield (10-7) in a first-round sectional game at 7 p.m. Wednesday. “I’ll probably yell at them a little about the first three quarters, too.”
Morris drew a bye as the No. 1 seed and will host a quarterfinal against ninth-seeded Deposit (9-9) or No. 8 Southern Cayuga (8-10) this Saturday.
“I am definitely worried about that game,” Sander said. “Whoever wins, we’re going to get a tough game. If we play like we played today, we’re going to be in trouble.”