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Articles written by Coach Scheef
Wahoo vs. Fort Calhoun

12/19/15 At Fort Calhoun

Wahoo 9 - 12 - 12 - 15 -- 48
Fort Calhoun 6 - 22 - 11 - 17 -- 56

The Wahoo Warriors were defeated by the Fort Calhoun Pioneers 56-48 on Saturday in Fort Calhoun. A bad second quarter spelled trouble for the Warriors.

Wahoo jumped out to a 7-0 lead to start the game behind two baskets from Brendan Lacey and a Jake Ruzicka bucket. The first quarter ended with Wahoo up 9-6.

The second quarter was a rough one for Wahoo. Calhoun scored the first 8 points of the quarter to take 14-9 lead. Calhoun extended the lead to 28-18 late in the second before a Jake Ruzicka trey to end the half made it 28-21.

Calhoun scored the first 5 points of the third quarter to take their largest lead of the game at 33-21. Wahoo was still down 39-29 late in the third, when two free throws by Dylan Egr and a Mitchell McGill lay up cut the lead to 39-33 heading into the fourth quarter.

The Warriors cut the lead to 43-40 on two free throws from Dylan Egr, but that would be as close as Wahoo could get. Calhoun hit 11 fourth quarter free throws, to keep the Warriors from getting any closer the rest of the way.

Jake Ruzicka led the Warriors with 24 points and 7 boards. Brendan Lacey added 11 points.

Wahoo shot 4-16 from 3 point range, and just 35% from the field overall. Wahoo got outrebounded 31-23 and committed 20 turnovers.

Wahoo drops to 2-3 and is off until the Holiday Tourney. Fort Calhoun improves to 4-2.

COACHES CORNER
“This was a disappointing night. A bad second quarter really did us in. I thought we fought better in the second half. We got the lead to 3 early in the fourth and were right there, but missed several shots around the rim. We struggled shooting the ball, we struggled taking care of it, and we struggled rebounding the ball.” -- Coach Scheef
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