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'Busco defeats conference foe Central Noble

January 28, 2012

Post and Mail photo / James Thomlison
Tyler Arrowsmith splits two Central Noble defenders.



CHURUBUSCO — Churubusco Eagle basketball came into Friday’s game looking to extend its winning record to 8-5, hosting Northeast Corner Conference rival Central Noble. ’Busco did so in a convincing fashion, downing the Cougars, 60-43.

In the first half, the game provided the typical feel of an intra-conference rivalry game, according to Churubusco Head Coach Michael McBride.

“It was a good battle, a good game; big rivalry, big crowds. (There was) a lot of excitement and intensity out there. It’s a great atmosphere for our kids and a great win for our kids tonight,” McBride said.

The school will host Lakeland next Friday; both the varsity girls and boys hoops teams will comprise the double-header.
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