1/11/19 At Platteview
The Wahoo Warriors defeated the Platteview Trojans 68-49 in Capitol Conference action on Friday night at Platteview.
The first half was close throughout. Platteview led 18-16 after one quarter behind five made buckets from behind the arc. The teams went to the halftime break, tied at 30. Winston Cook had 13 first half points for the Warriors.
After a Platteview bucket cut the Warrior lead to 44-43 midway through the third quarter, the Warriors would go on a run that put the game away. A Blake Lacey runner, a Winston Cook basket, back to back lay ups from Trey Scheef was followed by a Thomas Waido bucket to end the quarter with Wahoo up 54-43.
The Warrior run would continue in the fourth quarter. Baskets from Thomas Waido, Karson Hesser, two lay ups from Trevin Luben, and another Trey Scheef lay up, capped a 19-0 run to put Wahoo up 63-43. The Warriors would close out the game with a 68-49 victory.
“Platteview really shot it well early. We were having trouble slowing them down and we were not real sharp. We had a nice run to break the game open midway through the third quarter. Trevin Luben came in off the bench and really gave us a spark with his energy and athleticism.” Said Coach Kevin Scheef.
Winston Cook led Wahoo with 19 points, 6 boards, and 4 steals. Blake Lacey added 17 points on 4-5 shooting from behind the arc. Thomas Waido had 9 points, 4 assists, and 4 rebounds. Trey Scheef had 8 points and 7 rebounds. Karson Hesses had 6 points, and Trevin Luben added 5 points, 4 boards, and 4 steals.
The Warriors were 6-11 from behind the arc, and out rebounded the Trojans 31-20.
Wahoo improves to 9-3, and will host D.C. West this afternoon. Platteview drops to 7-6.