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12/18/2020 vs. Nebraska City ... CONFERENCE / HOME / REGULAR SEASON /

Season Game #: 5 / Current Record: 4 - 1

WAHOO: 19 ... 25 ... 15 ... 8 .... 67
Nebraska City: 6 ... 5 ... 7 ... 14 .... 32

The Wahoo Warriors defeated the Nebraska City Pioneers 67-32 in their first Conference game in the new Trailblazer Conference, at home on Thursday night.

The Warriors jumped out early on the Pioneers, and led 19-6 after one quarter. They extended the lead to 44-11 at halftime, and to 59-18 after three quarters.

Marcus Glock led the Warriors with 16 points on 3-5 shooting from beyond the arc. Owen Hancock contributed 13 points on 3-4 shooting from behind the arc, to go with 4 boards and 4 steals. Trevor Kasischke had 11 points on 5-7 shooting. Myles Simon had 8 points and 5 assists. Triston Keeney had 5 steals and 4 assists.

The Warriors were 9-15 from behind the arc, and shot 55.1% from the field. Wahoo also outrebounded Nebraska City 29-15.

Wahoo improves to 4-1 and will host the Ashland-Greenwood Bluejays on Tuesday. Nebraska City falls to 1-5.

Noteworthy:
Leading Scorer: Marcus Glock 16 pts.; Rebounds -- Trey Simon 6 ; Assists -- Myles Simon 5 ; Steals-- Triston Keeney 5

Wahoo
freethrows: 4 / 6 67 % ; fieldgoals: 27 / 49 55 % ; three point: 9 / 15 60 %

Nebraska City
freethrows: 7 / 11 64 % ; fieldgoals: 11 / 35 31 %; three point: 3 / 17 18 %

  Q1 Q2   Q3 Q4 Final
Wahoo 19 25   15 8 67
Nebraska City 6 5   7 14 32

Coaches' Corner:
“I thought we were really solid tonight. I liked our defensive intensity. I think we are really trying to share the ball and to get each other good shots. The number of bad shots we have taken have decreased since our opener. I like where we are at after 5 games, but we have a lot of improvement we can make.” -- Coach Kevin Scheef.

GAME HIGHLIGHTS:
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1) Miles Simon gets the steal, Garrett Grandgenett the assist and Trevor Kasischke the basket; 2) Marcus Glock passes to Grandgenett for the score; 3) Out of Bounds play to Glock for a three; 4) Out of Bounds play again -- to Kasischke for three; 5) Another three from Owen Hancock; 6) Hancock gets a deflection and Triston Keeney the steal -- Simon fouled on the spin move; 7) Benji Nelson to Trey Simon for two; 8) Kade Cook scores his first varsity points as a Warrior.
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