THE GAMES

SEASON SUMMARY
David City
Logan View
Bennington
Arlington
Elkhorn Mt. Michael
Schuyler
Wahoo Neumann
Yutan
Syracuse
Fort Calhoun
Raymond Central
Syracuse
Arlington
Raymond Central
Ashland
Fremont Bergan
Valley
David City Aquinas
Schuyler
North Bend
Ashland
Waverly
Gretna
Lincoln Pius X
Elkhorn Mt. Michael
York

vs. Wahoo Neumann

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Above Left -- Coach Anderson and Coach Johnson confer before the game. Right -- Trent Toline scores 2 of his 6 first quarter points.
The Cavaliers challenged the Warriors, but Wahoo responded and eventually cruised to another Holdiay Tournament title.

12/28/1990 vs. Wahoo Neumann ... NONCONFERENCE / AWAY / HOLIDAY TOURNAMENT / Finals

Season Game #: 7 / Streak Game #: 71 / Current Record: 7 - 0

WAHOO: 14 ... 24 ... 19 ... 24 .... 81
Wahoo Neumann: 15 ... 7 ... 7 ... 19 .... 48

In the finals of the Wahoo Neumann Holiday Tournament, at the end of the first quarter it was Neumann 15, Wahoo 14. It was the first time in the first seven games that the Warriors had trailed at the end of a quarter. The Neumann lead was short lived as Wahoo poured in 24 second quarter points, led by Jason Glock’s 10 which included 8 / 8 freethrows. Glock would finish with 30 points, while Ryan Eddie would have 19 and Trent Toline, 12. A box and one defense on Neumann’s Mark Specht limited him to 7points on the game and Wahoo posted a 81 - 48 win. After the game, Wahoo coach Mick Anderson commented, “The first quarter was exciting. They put the ball in the hole and did some nice things on defense. But that’s why we play four quarters.”

Noteworthy:
Leading Scorer: Jason Glock 30 pts.; Rebounds -- Jason Glock 10

Wahoo
freethrows: 15 / 18 83 % ; fieldgoals: 29 / 57 51 % ; three point: 8 / 24 33 %
rebounds: 31; assists: 19; steals: 13; fouls: 11; turnovers: 7

Wahoo Neumann
freethrows: 6 / 8 75 % ; fieldgoals: 19 / 42 45 %; three point: 4 / 14 29 %
rebounds: 25; fouls: 15; turnovers: 18

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