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2/25/2021 vs. North Bend Central ... / HOME / /

Season Game #: 24 / Current Record: 18 - 6

WAHOO: 16 ... 22 ... 20 ... 20 .... 78
North Bend Central: 29 ... 8 ... 15 ... 14 .... 66

The Wahoo Warriors defeated North Bend Tigers 78-66 on Tuesday night in the Sub-District Final played at Wahoo.

North Bend jumped on Wahoo early and led 15-5 midway through the first quarter. Back to back lay ups from Myles Simon cut the Tiger lead to 15-9, but after North Bend banked in a shot from over half court at the buzzer, the Tigers led 29-16 after one.

North Bend scored the first points of the second quarter to go up 31-16. Wahoo would then get things rolling and went on a 22-2 run to go up 38-33 late in the second quarter. The teams would go to halftime with Wahoo up 38-37.

The Warriors would go on another 10-2 run to open the third quarter to increase the lead to 48-39. After three quarters, Wahoo led 58-52.

A Trevor Kasischke bucket made it 60-52 to start the fourth quarter. Moments later an Owen Hancock bucket made it 62-52. The lead was 66-60, with three minutes left, when Marcus Glock nailed a trey to make it 69-60. The Warriors would knock down free throws to seal the 78-66 win.

Trevor Kasischke and Owen Hancock led four Warriors in double figures with 18 points. Myles Simon and Marcus Glock chipped in with 14 a piece. Garrett Grandgenett and Triston Keeney led Wahoo with 7 boards. Triston Keeney also had 6 steals.

Wahoo improves to 18-6 and will host Pierce on Saturday at 4:00. North Bend falls to 18-5.

Noteworthy:
Leading Scorer: Owen Hancock; Trevor Kasischke 18 pts.; Rebounds -- Triston Keeney; Garrett Grandgenett 7 ; Assists -- Trevor Kasischke 4 ; Steals-- Triston Keeney 6

Wahoo
freethrows: 17 / 20 85 % ; fieldgoals: 27 / 49 55 % ; three point: 7 / 20 35 %

North Bend Central
freethrows: 21 / 25 84 % ; fieldgoals: 19 / 49 39 %; three point: 7 / 19 37 %


  Q1 Q2   Q3 Q4 Final
Wahoo 16 22   20 20 78
North Bend 29 8   15 14 66

Coaches' Corner:

“We got off to a really poor start, but give North Bend a lot of credit for that.  Though we got down by 15, I was really proud of our kids for keeping their poise and fighting back.  They showed a ton of character.  This was a really nice win for us over a really good team.” -- Coach Kevin Scheef.


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