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PLATTEVIEW

1/13/2022 vs. Platteview ... CONFERENCE / home / REGULAR SEASON /

Season Game #: 12 / Current Record: 11 - 1

WAHOO: 15 ... 9 ... 25 ... 18 .... 67
Platteview: 8 ... 11 ... 17 ... 21 .... 57

The Wahoo Warriors defeated the Platteview Trojans 67-57 in Trailblazer Conference action on Thursday night in Wahoo.

The Warriors jumped out to a 10-2 lead to start the game, behind two Marcus Glock treys, and buckets from Garrett Grandgenett and Myles Simon. Another Marcus Glock three point play put Wahoo up 15-8 after one quarter. Wahoo still led 24-19 heading to the halftime break.

The third quarter saw the Warriors heat up from three point range, as Wahoo hit 5 treys in the quarter. Wahoo led 36-30 midway through the quarter. A Garrett Grandgenett bucket made it 38-30. A Benji Nelson trey made it 41-30. A Platteview trey made it 41-33, but Anthony Simon countered with a trey to make it 44-33. Another Trojan trey cut the lead to 44-36, but a Marcus Glock bucket and a three point play from Myles Simon put Wahoo up 49-36 heading to the fourth quarter.

Early in the fourth, Wahoo was up 50-38, until a Kamron Kasischke trey made it 53-38. Following another Trojan trey, Benji Nelson hit another trey to push the lead back to 56-41. An Owen Hancock trey gave the Warriors their biggest lead at 61-43, and the Warriors would go on to the 67-56 win.

Benji Nelson had 16 points on 5-7 shooting from three point range. Marcus Glock had 16 points. Anthony Simon had 11 points on 5-6 shooting from the floor. Garrett Grandgenett had 8 points and a team high 12 boards. Kamron Kasischke had 7 boards, and 5 assists. Owen Hancock had 5 assists and 4 boards. Myles Simon had 4 assists

Wahoo was 11-21 (52.4%) from three point range. The Warriors out rebounded Platteview 32-27 and had 20 assists on the night.

Wahoo improves to 11-1, while Platteview drops to 8-5. The Warriors will travel to D.C. West on Saturday afternoon.

Noteworthy:
Leading Scorer: Marcus Glock; Benji Nelson 16 pts.; Rebounds -- Garrett Grandgenett 12 ; Assists -- Owen Hancock; Kamron Kasischke 5 ; Steals-- Anthony Simon 2

Wahoo
freethrows: 6 / 13 46 % ; fieldgoals: 25 / 50 50 % ; three point: 11 / 21 52 %

Platteview
freethrows: 7 / 9 78 % ; fieldgoals: 21 / 53 40 %; three point: 8 / 27 30 %


  Q1 Q2   Q3 Q4 Final
Wahoo 15 9   25 18 67
Platteview 8 11   17 21 57

Coaches' Corner:

“This was a great win for us over an excellent team.  We shot it really well from 3.  Benji Nelson and Marcus Glock were really good offensively, but we got many great contributions from everyone who stepped on the floor.  Myles Simon was really good defensively, and Garrett Grandgenett was really tough on the glass.” -- Coach Kevin Scheef.


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