12/6/19 At Aurora
The Wahoo Warriors defeated the Aurora Huskies 48-29 on Friday night in Aurora.
Aurora led 9-7 after one quarter. Wahoo was up 17-14 late in the second quarter when Gerardo Madrid hit a trey at the halftime buzzer to put Wahoo up 20-14.
Aurora scored to make it 20-16, the Warriors went on a 7-0 run. A Triston Keeney bucket, followed by two free throws and a trey, from Trey Scheef gave the Warriors some breathing room at 27-16. Over the next six minutes, the Warriors would go on another 8-2 run to push the lead to 35-18, with seven of those points coming from Thomas Waido, and a free throw from Trevor Kasischke.
“This was a game that was really good for us. Aurora was incredibly patient. That is not how we want to play, but I thought we showed great poise and found a way to win a very slow, grind it out type of game.” Said Coach Kevin Scheef.
Trey Scheef led the Warriors with 15 points on 3-6 shooting from behind the arc. Thomas Waido had 13 points on 6-8 shooting from the field to go with a game high 7 steals. Triston Keeney added 10 points. Trevor Kasischke had a team high 6 boards. Wahoo committed just 10 turnovers while turning over the Huskies 20 times.
Wahoo improved to 2-0, while Aurora fell to 0-2. The Warriors will host Wayne on Friday night, and Logan View on Saturday afternoon.