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12/4/2020 vs. Aurora ... / HOME / /

Season Game #: 2 / Current Record: 1 - 1

WAHOO: 16 ... 14 ... 11 ... 18 .... 59
Aurora: 7 ... 7 ... 7 ... 15 .... 36

The Wahoo Warriors got their first win of the season on Friday night at home against the Aurora Huskies 59-36.

The Warriors got off to a great start and raced to a 14-5 lead and led 16-7 after one quarter. Five Warriors scored in the opening period.

Wahoo continued to increase the lead in the second quarter. The lead grew to 29-10 late in the half, before heading to the break with a 30-14 lead. Myles Simon paced the Warriors with 10 first half points.

The lead grew to 23 late in the third quarter at 41-18, and the score heading into the fourth was 41-21. Wahoo would maintain the lead throughout, as reserved finished up the game.

Myles Simon paced the Warriors with 13 points on 4-4 shooting from the field, and 6 boards. Garrett Grandgenett had a double-double with 12 points and 10 boards. Trevor Kasischke added 11 points and 4 steals. Owen Hancock added 8 points. Triston Keeney had 5 assists.

Wahoo shot 53.8% from the floor compared to 31.0% for Aurora.

Wahoo improved to 1-1 and will travel to Logan View on Thursday night. Aurora falls to 1-1.

Noteworthy:
Leading Scorer: Myles Simon 13 pts.; Rebounds -- Garrett Grandgenett 10 ; Assists -- Triston Keeney 5 ; Steals-- Trevor Kasischke 4

Wahoo
freethrows: 12 / 22 55 % ; fieldgoals: 21 / 39 54 % ; three point: 5 / 16 31 %

Aurora
freethrows: 7 / 14 50 % ; fieldgoals: 13 / 42 31 %; three point: 3 / 19 16 %

  Q1 Q2   Q3 Q4 Final
Wahoo 16 14   11 18 59
Aurora 7 7   7 15 36

Coaches' Corner:
“This was a great bounce back game for us. We had a lot of nerves last night, and did handle things very well in the fourth quarter. We were much better tonight. We moved the ball much better, and the decision making was much better. I liked how we played tonight. Myles Simon played really well tonight.” -- Coach Kevin Scheef.

GAME HIGHLIGHTS:
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1) Triston Keeney records one of his 5 assists with a pass to Garrett Grandgenett for the score; 2) Myles Simon gets a steal and scores 2 of his 10 first half points; 3) Grandgenett scores in the post; 4) Trevor Kasischke makes one of his four steals; 5) Trey Simon knocks down a shot as the reserves play out the fourth quarter.
Aurora Stats
Kamron Kasischke, Myles Simon and Trevor Kasischke put on the trap against Aurora.
photo by John Minnick