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1/19/2021 vs. Ralston ... CONFERENCE / AWAY / REGULAR SEASON /

Season Game #: 13 / Current Record: 11 - 2

WAHOO: 22 ... 15 ... 18 ... 24 .... 79
Ralston: 19 ... 12 ... 14 ... 30 .... 75

The Wahoo Warriors defeated the Ralston Rams 79-75 on Tuesday night in Trailblazer Conference action in Ralston.

Ralston jumped out to a 14-9 lead midway through the first quarter. The Warriors would come back and take a 22-19 lead into the second quarter. Garrett Grandgenett had 9 first quarter points.

The score was tied at 31 late in the second quarter, but two Myles Simon free throws, a trey from Owen Hancock and another free throw from Myles Simon put Wahoo up 37-31 at the break.

Wahoo was able to extend the lead in the third quarter, and led 55-45 after three quarters.

A lay up from Marcus Glock and a bucket from Trevor Kasischke gave Wahoo it’s largest lead at 59-45. A 7-0 run from Ralston cut the lead to 59-52. The lead was down to 5 at 62-57 with 3:30 left, but a three point play from Marcus Glock, followed by a three point play from Owen Hancock pushed the lead back to 68-57 with 2:30 left. The lead was 73-66 with a minute left, but two Garrett Grandgenett free throws made it 75-66. A three from Ralston cut the lead to 75-69 with 30 seconds left. Free throws from Triston Keeney and Trevor Kasischke closed out the Warrior victory.

Trevor Kasischke led the Warriors with 22 points on 13-15 shooting from the foul line to go with 6 boards. Garrett Grandgenett had 18 points on 7-12 shooting from the floor, and 4-4 from the line to go with 5 boards. Owen hacock added 14 points on 6-10 shooting. Myles Simon added 11 points and 7 boards. Marcus Glock added 9 points on 5-5 from the line. Triston Keeney added 7 assists and 5 steals.

Wahoo forced 20 Ralston turnovers while committing just 10. Wahoo was 29-33 (87.9%) from the free throw line.

Wahoo improves to 11-2, while Ralston dropped to 2-9. The Warriors will host Waverly on Thursday night.

 

Noteworthy:
Leading Scorer: Trevor Kasischke 22 pts.; Rebounds -- Myles Simon 7 ; Assists -- Triston Keeney 7 ; Steals-- Triston Keeney 5

Wahoo
freethrows: 29 / 33 88 % ; fieldgoals: 23 / 55 42 % ; three point: 4 / 16 25 %

Ralston
freethrows: 9 / 13 69 % ; fieldgoals: 27 / 54 50 %; three point: 12 / 30 40 %


  Q1 Q2   Q3 Q4 Final
Wahoo 22 15   18 24 79
Ralston 19 12   14 30 75

Coaches' Corner:

“We will always take the win, but we did not defend or play like we needed to tonight.  We will have to be much better tomorrow night against Waverly.” -- Coach Kevin Scheef.


GAME HIGHLIGHTS:
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1) Garrett Grandgenett drives to score 2 of his 9 first quarter points; 2) Triston Keeney passes out to Myles Simon for a three; 3) The Warriors swarm on defense and Simon gets the steal; 4) Another Warrior trap and Keeney comes away with it; 5) Keeney dishes to Trevor Kasischke for a three; 6) Simon strips the ball; 7) Simon to Owen Hancock for a deep three; 8) Kasischke to Simon to Hancock on the fast break; 9) Kasischke with the steal and layup.
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