Albany Indians Basketball continues to improve

Albany Indian boys team prepare to face off against a tough Worth County Rams team. / Jon Benson

When competing in football or basketball, one of the toughest regions is Region 1-AAAA. With schools like Westover, Monroe, and Worth County, it can make it tough to get to the top. For Albany High School they are well on their way, and plan on making a statement.

Tomorrow night for the boys team, they will battle it out against a Worth County Rams team that hasn't lost in the region. The Indians aren't too bad either, considering their only loss came from the opener to Westover nearly a month ago. Since then, the Indians haven't lost a game.

As for the girls side, they find themselves in a bit of a struggle, but again a tough region. The young ladies along with the Lady Rams are still seeking their first win in the region of the season.

Both girls' squads find themselves in a hole so far this season, but Albany Head Coach Telley Turner sees it differently.

Coach Turner says "there is still time to turn this season around, and that's exactly what we plan to do starting tomorrow night."

Tip off will be at Worth County beginning at 6 p.m. starting with the girls and later followed by the boys at 7:30 p.m.