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CHURUBUSCO â€” Churubuscoâ€™s girls basketball team started the 2013-14 year with a new head coach who vowed to change the fortunes of the program.
Dustin Beucler took over a program that had not had a winning season for 10 years. While the Lady Eagles did not attain a winning mark in 2013-14 (9-13), there were several marks of progress.
â€śThere were a lot of learning experiences, little things,â€ť Beucler said â€śWe. a lot of close games early on. We learned a lot, and I hope it carries over.â€ť
At 4-6, â€™Busco finished in a tie for seventh place in the Northeast Corner Conference.
Beucler hopes the Lady Eagles, who will return nearly the entire team, will work hard in the off-season to reach closer toward their goals.
â€śWe can use some of it as motivation for the summer,â€ť he said. â€śWe can get ready, put in the time, and work hard. We just need to keep at it, as a team. Weâ€™re deep, and weâ€™re only losing one (player).â€ť
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