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12/22/2021 vs. Waverly ... NONCONFERENCE / HOME / REGULAR SEASON /

Season Game #: 14 / Current Record: 11 - 3

WAHOO: 15 ... 15 ... 18 ... 10 .... 58
Waverly: 16 ... 8 ... 16 ... 20 .... 60

The Wahoo Warriors were defeated by the Waverly Vikings 60-58 on Thursday night in Wahoo.

The Warriors jumped out to a 6-0, behind treys from Trevor Kasischke and Marcus Glock. Waverly would come back and take a 16-15 lead after the first quarter.

Waverly led 19-17, when the Warriors went on a 9-0 run. Two Kamron Kasischke free throws, and seven straight points from Trevor Kasischke put Wahoo up 26-19. Waverly cut the lead back to 26-24, but two Marcus Glock free throws and another Trevor Kasischke bucket put the Warriors up 30-24 at halftime.

In the third quarter, the Warriors were able to gradually stretch out their lead. Back to back treys from Owen Hancock and Trevor Kasischke put the Warriors up 15 at 46-31 with 2:30 left in the third. Waverly was able to cut the lead to 48-40 after three.

A Waverly trey to start the fourth cut the lead to 48-43. A Trevor Kasischke bucket made it 50-43. After a Viking free throw, an Owen Hancock trey made it 53-44. Waverly would then go on a 9-0 run capped by a trey to tie it up at 53 with 2:40 left. A Trevor Kasischke bucket put the Warriors back up 55-53. A Garrett Grandgenett free throw made it 56-53 with 1:45 left. Two free throws a Waverly bucket put the Vikings up 57-56 with 55 seconds left. An Owen Hancock bucket gave the Warriors the lead back at 58-57 with 45 seconds left, but the Vikings would answer with a jumper with 17 seconds left to take a 59-58 lead. A Warriors shot in the lane was blocked with 4 seconds left. Waverly would add a free throw with 1.7 seconds left and Wahoo was not able to get a shot off at the buzzer.

Trevor Kasischke led the Warriors with 26 points on 11-14 shooting from the field, including 4-5 from 3 point range. Owen Hancock added 10 points on 2-5 from the beyond the three point line to go with 10 boards. Garrett Grandgenett added 8 points and 7 boards, and Marcus Glock added 8 points.

Wahoo drops to 11-3, while Waverly improves to 9-1. The Warriors will receive a first round bye in the Conference Tournament next week, and play the winner of Plattsmouth and Nebraska City in the Semi-Finals.

Noteworthy:
Leading Scorer: Trevor Kasischke 26 pts.; Rebounds -- Owen Hancock 10 ; Assists -- Kamron Kasischke 4 ; Steals-- Triston Keeney; Myles Simon 3

Wahoo
freethrows: 12 / 16 75 % ; fieldgoals: 19 / 45 42 % ; three point: 8 / 15 53 %

Waverly
freethrows: 15 / 24 63 % ; fieldgoals: 18 / 44 41 %; three point: 9 / 26 35 %


  Q1 Q2   Q3 Q4 Final
Wahoo 15 15   18 10 58
Waverly 16 8   16 20 60

Coaches' Corner:

“This was a tough one to lose. You just can’t let a 15 point lead slip away. I was really proud of our kids and how they played for the first 22 minutes of the game. Give Waverly credit, they made the plays that they needed to down the stretch. We just have to learn from this and to be able to close out a tough win next time.” -- Coach Kevin Scheef.


GAME HIGHLIGHTS:
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1) Trevor Kasischke opens the scoring with a three; 2) Marcus Glock scores a three; 3) Kasischke and Triston Keeney combine for the steal; 4) Kasischke drives for two; 5) Garrett Grandgenett drives baseline for two; 6) Keeney and Myles Simon get a steal; 7) Grandgenett takes a charge; 8) Owen Hancock connects for three.
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