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LOGAN VIEW-SCRIBNER-SNYDER

12/10/2020 vs. Logan View ... NONCONFERENCE / AWAY / REGULAR SEASON /

Season Game #: 3 / Current Record: 2 - 1

WAHOO: 12 ... 8 ... 23 ... 914 ... .... 66
Logan View: 16 ... 7 ... 18 ... 116 ... .... 58

The Wahoo Warriors won an exciting 66-58 overtime match up at Logan View on Thursday night.

Wahoo jumped out to an early 10 – 4 lead behind two Triston Keeney treys. The Raiders came back and took a 16-12 lead after one quarter.

The game stayed close and Logan View led 23-20 at the halftime break.

In the third quarter, the Warriors took a 30-25 lead after a Trevor Kasischke trey. An Owen Hancock trey towards the end of the quarter kept Wahoo up five at 43-38. The Raiders countered with a trey to end the quarter to make it 43-41 after three.

A Marcus Glock trey put Wahoo up 49-44 midway through the fourth quarter. The Raiders would tie it back up at 49. A Raider trey made it 52-49 with 1:30 left. Owen Hancock countered with a trey to tie it up at 52, with 1:15 left. The Raiders would hold it for the last shot, but two shots fell off the mark in the closing seconds to send the game to overtime.

A Marcus Glock jumper gave Wahoo a 54-52 lead. An Owen Hancock trey stretched the lead to five at 57-52. A Logan View bucket made it 57-54. Two Garrett Grandgenett free throws made it 59-54. A Trevor Kasischke steal and lay up pushed the lead to seven at 61-54, and the Warriors would hold on for the 66-58 overtime win.

Marcus Glock led three Warriors in double figures with 18 points on 6-6 shooting from the free throw line. Owen Hancock added 17 points on 3-6 shooting from behind the arc. Trevor Kasischke had 16 points and 5 boards. Myles Simon added 7 points, 4 boards, 4 steals, and 4 assists. Triston Keeney had 6 points, 5 steals, and 4 assists.

The Warriors forced 23 Raider turnovers to just 13 for themselves, but Logan View out rebounded Wahoo 30-22.

The Warriors improved to 2-1 and will travel to Wayne to face the Blue Devils on Friday night. Logan View drops to 2-1.

Noteworthy:
Leading Scorer: Marcus Glock 18 pts.; Rebounds -- Trevor Kasischke 5 ; Assists -- Triston Keeney; Myles Simon 4 ; Steals-- Triston Keeney 5

Wahoo
freethrows: 13 / 18 72 % ; fieldgoals: 22 / 50 44 % ; three point: 9 / 30 30 %

Logan View
freethrows: 12 / 17 71 % ; fieldgoals: 19 / 42 45 %; three point: 8 / 23 35 %


  Q1 Q2   Q3 Q4 OT Final
Wahoo 12 8   23 9 14 66
Logan View 19 10   18 24 6 58

Coaches' Corner:
“This was a really nice win for us. The game was on the line down the stretch and we found a way to get the job done. At week ago at Bennington, that was not the case, so it was really good to see us find a way. We had a number of different guys make big plays for us at the end of the fourth and in overtime. It was a very cool night for me personally, getting to coach against my son, Jake. That was a great experience.” -- Coach Kevin Scheef.

Fremont Tribune Article -- "Scheef Showdown"
GAME HIGHLIGHTS:
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1) Triston Keeney hits one of two first quarter three's; 2) Trevor Kasischke hits a third quarter three on the Marcus Glock assist; 3) Owen Hancock's corner three puts the Warriors up five in the third quarter; 4) Marcus Glock drives to put Wahoo up in overtime; 5) an Owen Hancock three makes the Wahoo lead five; Trevor Kasischke gets the steal and lay-up to push the ot lead to seven.
Logan View Stats
Triston Keeney gets ready to drive against Logan View.
photo by John Minnick