BALDWIN  — Armondo Jennings is among the players looking to help the Baldwin Panthers boys basketball team in upcoming games with key contributions from off the bench.

Jennings had 10 points in a recent win over Pentwater.

“We scored a season high and did a lot of rebounding, but we need to work on boxing out more like we do in practice,” Jennings said. “I know we’re better. We have to come back and start winning more.”

Jennings was hopeful of a revenge win over Onekama but the Panthers fell short last Friday.

“I just want to do my job, get rebounds and putbacks,” he said. “It’s whatever the team needs, points or rebounds, whatever helps the team out.”

He called his effort against Pentwater a “coming back game.”

The Panthers have relied heavily on Blake Dockery, Da’Ron Copeland and Deondra McDonald this season.

“It’s important for all of us to come in and benefit from the team,” Jennings said.

The Panthers can have a strong postseason run, Jennings said.

“We just need to box out and we can be a great team,” he said.