His Panthers committed more than 20 fouls, as two of his players fouled out, in a 73-55 loss at Corinth.
"We did well at fouling," said the Amory coach, whose team dropped to 8-6 overall and 2-2 within MHSAA's Division 1-4A. "At this point, that is all I can say we did well at."
The Panthers took a 20-18 lead with 7:06 left in the second quarter, but that was their only advantage of the contest. The Warriors built a nine-point lead before going into halftime with a 39-32 advantage.
"We still had a lead, but had we done a better job of blocking out, it would have been a more comfortable lead," Warriors coach Keith Greene said about his team's rebounding.
The Warriors went up 10, at 50-40, thanks to Jazz Garner's seven points in the period, including an old-fashioned 3-point play.
The Panthers, however, pulled to within five (50-45) at the buzzer when Justin Lackey (team-high 13 points) nailed a 3.
The Warriors put the game away for good in the final eight minutes with a 23-10 surge.
Deione Weeks led Corinth with 18. Jose Contreras added 13 and Eric Richardson had 11 for the Warriors (15-2, 5-1).
Despite fouling out, Terez Beeks had 11 for the Panthers.
"We didn't execute; we took some stupid shots," Browning said. "We got a lot of growing up to do."