Metea Valley gives Indians first losing streak of season
DARIEN — Poor shooting and turnovers did in the Minooka Indians boys basketball team Friday as it dropped a 64-49 decision to the Metea Valley Mustangs in the consolation bracket of the Hinsdale South Holiday Tournament.
Turnovers killed the Indians all night, as they committed 22 of them in the game Friday. They had at least five in every quarter, including a game-high seven in the first quarter.
"Against an athletic team like Metea Valley, if you don't take care of the ball, you're going to have a hard time to score," Minooka coach Scott Tanaka said. "The only disappointing thing is that we preach it to our guys about controlling the ball, and sometimes in the game they just have a hard time controlling it."
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