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vs. Arlington

Arlington (Away)--February 1, 2008
Wahoo    54
Arlington    41
The Wahoo Warriors defeated Capitol Conference foe Arlington 54-41 on Friday night.
Wahoo trailed 11-8 after one quarter. Wahoo trailed 15-13 in the second quarter, when a 7-0 run off of baskets from Austin Watton, David Stuchlik, and another Watton basket put Wahoo up 20-15. The Warriors still led 22-18 late in the first half, when Watton hit a trey, was fouled and made the free throw for a 4 point play to put Wahoo up 26-18 at halftime.
Wahoo quickly opened up the lead in the third quarter. An 11-2 run, in which Watton had 7 of those points pushed the Warrior lead to 37-20, midway through the third quarter. Arlington then made a 13-2 run of their own. After two Beau Brown free throws, the Eagles had cut the Warrior lead to 39-33, early in the fourth quarter. The Warriors responded though, as Taylor Murren hit a trey on the other end to make 42-33. Following an Eagle miss, Grant Anderson scored on two of the next three possessions, and Murren added another free throw to make it 47-33. Wahoo would then 7-9 free throws down the stretch to seal the win.
"We needed this win after losing our last three games. Austin Watton had a terrific game for us, and Taylor Murren hit a couple of big shots for us in the second half. It was a good win," said Coach Kevin Scheef.
"That 7-0 in the second quarter was big, because it appeared that they really wanted to spread us out and slow the game down. When we got the lead, they were not able to do that against us as effectively," Scheef added.
Watton had a double-double with 15 points, and 10 boards. He also had 6 assists and no turnovers. Murren added 14 points and 4 assists. Grant Anderson added 12 points.
Raymond Central (1st Round Conference Tournament @ Conestoga)--January 22, 2008