The first go-around was considered a success. Now it's time for bigger and better things.
As Calvary Lutheran gets set to embark on its second season of varsity boys basketball, it will hope to improve upon last year's solid 8-8 record.
"I think there's a sense of higher expectations," first-year Calvary coach Michael Diener said. "We were .500 last year. We're setting the bar higher than that. There's no reason to think we can't be competitive in all of our games."