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1/26/19                                               At Wahoo, Finals, Conf. Tour.
Wahoo                                57                                    
Ashland-Greenwood      44

The Wahoo Warriors defeated the Ashland-Greenwood Bluejays 57-44 in the Capitol Conference Tournament Finals on Saturday night in Wahoo.

Wahoo jumped out an 18-8 lead after one quarter behind eight first quarter points a piece from Winston Cook and Thomas Waido.

The Warriors had a big second quarter, outscoring the Bluejays 21-9, to extend the lead to 39-17 at halftime.  The Warriors were up 22-12, when back to back treys from Blake Lacey and a Winston Cook bucket pushed the lead to 30-12.

The Warriors still led 46-26 late in the third, when the Bluejays scored the last six points of the quarter to cut the lead to 46-32 after three quarters.

Wahoo was never able to fully put Ashland away in the fourth quarter, but the Bluejays did not get closer than 13 points down the stretch.

“We had a really nice first half.  We were moving the ball really well, and were really active on the defensive end.  I would have liked to played a better second half, but give Ashland credit for playing really hard and chipping away at our lead.” Said Coach Kevin Scheef.

Winston Cook led Wahoo with 21 points and 12 boards. Blake Lacey added 14 points.  Thomas Waido contributed 12 points, 6 boards, and 4 steals.  Karson Hesser added 8 boards, and 4 assists.

Wahoo improves to 15-3, and captured their 8th Conference Tournament title, in the last nine years.  Ashland-Greenwood dropped to 12-4.  Wahoo will host Arlington and Grand Island Central Catholic next Friday and Saturday.