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How does Montini coach Jason Nichols approach November basketball? Allow him to channel his inner amateur chef to explain. "It's like you want to cook a meal and don't how how to prepare it, Nichols said. "It's going to look ugly at times and you just hope it tastes good when it comes out of the oven. Either we're going to enjoy the meal or we're going to throw it out." Nichols and the three-time defending Class 3A champion Broncos get their first taste of the new season, and a new tournament, when they tip off tonight at the Schaumburg Tournament at 6:40 p.m. against Glenbrook South. Wheaton Warrenville South-Rockford Boylan will follow that game.