Indians want 20 to be the norm
MINOOKA — To say last year’s Minooka boys basketball team was successful is an understatement. For the first time in 35 years, the boys managed to win 20 games in the season. They also finished second in Southwest Prairie Conference play to Plainfield East, a team that was ranked in the top 10 in the state all year.
“It was great to finally achieve success last year,” head coach Scott Tanaka said. “We had a group of guys that really bought into what we were doing and it was really nice for them to see the success that they had.”
Although quite successful, the team didn’t reach some of its goals on the year. It failed to win a tournament all year, and was eliminated in the first game of the regional semifinals by Sandburg. Despite all the new-found success Minooka achieved last year, there is room for improvement heading into the 2012-13 campaign.
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