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Jan 25, 2023 (0)
The O'Neill boys had their hands full last week facing off with three opponents over five days.
On Monday the Eagles traveled to Neligh to compete with the Warriors. The Eagles kept up a consistent pace in this game. Quarter one was back-and-forth, with the Eagles pushing ahead by one point. The next quarter was when the Warriors started to struggle. They fell by 14 points in this set alone.
This wasn't going to keep the Warriors down, though. They snatched quarter three by a few points, and with some good offense and defense, they could take the win. This wasn't the case however. The Eagles swooped in and took the final quarter, and the match.
The Eagle's MVP was Landon Classen with 19 points, shooting one of eight three-pointers for 13 percent and seven of 14 two-pointers for 50 percent, as well as 13 rebounds; Ryder Pokorny 13 points and four rebounds; Drew Morrow eight points and six rebounds; Kyler Dean six points and two rebounds; Tyler Diediker six points and one rebound; Colton Osborne three points and eight rebounds; Turner Heiss three points and five rebounds; and Grant Dusatko one rebound.
OHS 16 22 6 14 58
NHS 15 8 10 12 45
On the next day the Eagles hosted the Wagner Red Raiders and absolutely dominated. Right out the gate the Eagles made a huge statement with their 35-4 point quarter one.
The rest of the match was close, but quarter one had pretty much guaranteed the Eagle's win. Quarter four was won by the Red Raiders, but not by nearly enough to make up for the opening of the game.
Morrow easily takes #1 Eagle of the game with his mind-blowing 34 points, shooting eight of 12 three-pointers for 67 percent and five of six two-pointers for 83 percent, as well as two rebounds; Classen 19 points and 10 rebounds; Pokorny eight points and one rebound; Heiss six points and two rebounds; Dean five points and one rebound; Osborne four points and ten rebounds; Alder four points and one rebound; Diediker three points and two rebounds; Dusatko one point and one rebound; and Kohl four rebounds.
OHS 35 21 19 9 84
WHS 4 17 15 10 46
For the Eagles final game of the week they hosted the Guardian Angels Central Catholic Bluejays and won 76-56.
In the first quarter the Eagles took an early lead 20-9. The second quarter provided similar results, with the Eagles quickly overtaking the scoreboard.
Quarter three also went the Eagles, and now the Bluejays chances of winning were slim to none. They did manage to take the final set, but it didn't do much in the long run. The Eagles took the win by 20 points by the end.
Classen reclaims top Eagle with his staggering 32 points, shooting eight of nine three-pointers for 89 percent and three of five two-pointers for 60 percent, as well as nine rebounds; Diediker 13 point; Morrow points and three rebounds; Osborne eight points and four rebounds; Dean six points and three rebounds; Heiss four points and two rebounds; Pokorny three points and one rebound; and Dusatko one rebound.
OHS 20 18 21 17 76
GACC 9 10 17 20 56
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