CHA at Morrison -- Does homefield advantage matter?
By Jason Kersey
Christian Heritage and Morrison play Saturday afternoon, continuing the teams’ epic series that (still) hasn’t taken a year off.
For more information on that, check out Ryan Aber’s column from Monday’s paper.
The game is at Morrison, which is a big advantage for the Wildcats. The current players have never lost a game at home.
“We’re excited we get to play this game at home,” Morrison coach Cory Bales said. “It’s big that we’re playing at a place that this group of seniors has never lost. Psychologically, that comes into play.”
Christian Heritage coach John Merrell said: “I would rather have it at home, but once the game starts that stuff isn’t even on the radar. I just concentrate on the game. Maybe to the players, it matters a little, but it doesn’t to me.”
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