Minooka hoping for strong showing at Morris Shootout
MINOOKA — Last season was a record-setting year for the Minooka boy's basketball team. The program won 20 games for the first time in 35 years, doubling its 2010 total of just 10 wins.
"My goal when I came here was to turn Minooka into a basketball school," Minooka head coach Scott Tanaka said. "Last year was our first giant leap as a program because we had seniors that really bought in to what we were doing."
The Indians ended with a bitter taste in their mouth, however, as they lost in the regional semifinal game to Sandburg, ending their season earlier than they expected. It seemed that all the hard work the team had put in during the regular season went for not, leaving players and coaches dissatisfied.
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