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Articles written by Coach Scheef
Wahoo vs. Seward

12/5/15 - at Seward                                        

Wahoo     11 - 7 - 18 - 15 -- 51           

Seward   16 - 16 - 8 - 21 -- 61   

The Wahoo Warriors were defeated by the Seward Bluejays 61-51 on Saturday afternoon in Seward.

The Bluejays dominated the first half and went to the locker room with a 32-18 lead.  The Warriors got things going in the second half.  Wahoo was still down 38-28 with three minutes left in the third.  A Brendan Lacey trey, a Dylan Egr lay up, and a Billy Hancock trey cut the Seward lead to 40-36 after three quarters of play.

Back to back lay ups from Corby Brigham and Brendan Lacey tied the game up for the first time in the game at 40-40 early in the fourth quarter. A Brevin Sloup trey put Seward up 43-40.  Billy Hancock answered with a trey to tie the game back up at 43 with 5 minutes left to play.  The Bluejays scored on their next three possessions, while the Warriors missed treys on their next two possessions, to take a 49-43 lead,  with 3:30 left.  Two free throws and a lay up from Jake Ruzicka cut the lead back to 49-47 with 1:30 left.  Seward’s Sloup hit a driving lay up to make it 51-47.  The Warriors committed a turnover on their next possession and Seward then went 10-10 from the line down the stretch to seal the win.

Jake Ruzicka led the Warriors with 17 points and 11 boards.  Brendan Lacey added 11 points. Josh Abbott added 6 boards.  Wahoo was plagued by poor free throw shooting, 5-14, and poor 3 point shooting,  4-18.

The Warriors fall to 0-2, and will next host Wayne on Friday night.

COACHES CORNER
“The first half was very disappointing.  It was good to see us battle and compete in the second half.  We gave ourselves a chance down the stretch, but we had just dug too large of a hole.  We will build on the effort we gave in the second half, and keep working to get better.” -- Coach Scheef
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