The second attempt to reach the 20th win of the season fell incomplete again for the Minooka boys basketball squad, as they dropped a tough conference game to the Oswego East Wolves at home Friday night, 58-51, keeping the Indians stuck at 19 wins.
The Indians returned starting point guard Darrin Myers to the lineup Friday night. Seeing his first action since hurting his hamstring, causing him to miss the past two weeks. Myers’ defensive presence helped carry Minooka in the first quarter, as the Indians held Oswego East without a bucket, only allowing two free throws in the quarter. The Indians didn't do much offensively, either, only scoring seven points in the opening frame to take a 7-2 lead after one quarter of play.
“Darrin has done a nice job all year of running our offense, and it’s definitely nice that he was able to come back tonight and look healthy,” Minooka coach Scott Tanaka said.
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