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PLATTEVIEW

2/2/2021 vs. Platteview ... CONFERENCE / AWAY / REGULAR SEASON /

Season Game #: 17 / Current Record: 13 - 4

WAHOO: 8 ... 15 ... 27 ... 20 .... 70
Platteview: 18 ... 14 ... 14 ... 22 .... 68

The Wahoo Warriors defeated the Platteview Trojans 70-68 in an exciting game on Tuesday night at Platteview.

Platteview came out on fire again, just as they did on Saturday, and hit their first four treys of the night to go up 12-0 to start the game. Platteview would lead 18-8 after one quarter.

Platteview maintained the lead throughout the second quarter, and went to the halftime break up 32-23.

The third quarter would turn around for the Warriors. After Platteview scored to make it 43-31, Triston Keeney would score the next 8 points for the Warriors on back to back treys, followed by a steal and two free throws, to cut the lead to 43-39. After a Trojan free throw, Trevor Kasischke hit back to back treys to put Wahoo up 45-44. After a Trojan basket, Marcus Glock hit a trey and Myles Simon scored off of an offensive rebound to put Wahoo up 50-46 after three quarters.

Platteview scored the first four points of the quarter to tie the game up at 50. A Trevor Kasischke bucket, two Marcus Glock free throws, An Owen Hancock put back and an Garrett Grandgenett bucket put Wahoo up 58-50 with 5:00 minutes to play. Back to back baskets from Platteview cut the lead to 58-55. A Marcus Glock trey made it 61-55. After the Trojans cut the lead to 61-58, two more Marcus Glock free throws, and two free throws from Myles Simon put Wahoo up 65-58 with 2:00 minutes left. Platteview scored the next five points to make it 65-63, with 1:30 left. Two Marcus Glock free throws made it 67-63 with 1:20 left. Platteview scored with 1:11 left to make it 67-65. A Myles Simon free throw made it 68-65 with 1:00 minute left. Platteview they hit a trey to tie it up at 68 with 50 seconds left. Trevor Kasischke hit a free throw with with 27 seconds left to make it 69-68. Following a missed Platteview trey, Myles Simon hit a free throw to put Wahoo up 70-68 with 4.3 seconds left. The Trojans then missed a three at the buzzer to allow the Warriors to escaped with the hard fought 70-68 win.

Trevor Kasischke led the Warriors with 20 points and 7 boards. Marcus Glock had 18 points on 8-8 shooting from the free throw line. Owen Hancock added 9 points, 5 boards, and 4 assists. Triston Keeney added 8 points and 5 rebounds. Garrett Grandgenett had 8 boards, and Myles Simon added 6 boards.

The Warriors improve to 13-4, while Platteview drops to 14-4. Wahoo will host Beatrice on Saturday.

Noteworthy:
Leading Scorer: Trevor Kasischke 20 pts.; Rebounds -- Garrett Grandgenett 8 ; Assists -- Owen Hancock 4 ; Steals-- Triston Keeney; Warrior Opponent 3

Wahoo
freethrows: 19 / 23 83 % ; fieldgoals: 21 / 49 43 % ; three point: 9 / 18 50 %

Platteview
freethrows: 14 / 21 67 % ; fieldgoals: 21 / 50 42 %; three point: 12 / 32 38 %


  Q1 Q2   Q3 Q4 Final
Wahoo 8 15   27 20 70
Platteview 18 14   14 22 68

Coaches' Corner:

“The first three minutes were a nightmarish repeat of Saturday’s game. I was really proud of our team for the resolve and composure that they showed after that. We slowly chipped away at them, and were able to get some momentum in the third quarter to turn the game around. I thought our kids played really hard and played with great poise, and was very proud of them for finding a way to win a really tough game against a really good team.” -- Coach Kevin Scheef.


GAME HIGHLIGHTS:
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1) Garrett Grandgenett drives for two; 2) Kamron Kasischke connects on a corner three; 3) Myles Simon steals and passes ahead to Owen Hancock for the lay-in; 4) Hancock scores a three; 5) Trevor Kasischke hits a three; 6) Triston Keeney nets a three; 7) and another three from Keeney; 8) Keeney steals and gets the foul on the lay-up.
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