Boys take second at 281

Hawks fall to No. 3 Warbirds

DILLON MOORE battles through a Wolsey-Wessington defender for two of his 12 first quarter points.

DILLON MOORE battles through a Wolsey-Wessington defender for two of his 12 first quarter points.

The Blackhawk boys took home second place in the 281 Tournament last Thursday, falling to a tough Wolsey-Wessington team, 53-65.

Dillon Moore burned the net through the first quarter and ended the game with a 17 point, 10 rebound double-double. The senior also had three assists and one block.
Brady Tiede helped out under the basket, putting up 12 points and grabbing five rebounds. Josh Feiner added on eight points and Trevor Olson and Tucker Kingsbury each had seven points. Olson also stole the ball three times and Kingsbury got seven rebounds.
The Warbirds were led by Darian Ogunjemiliusi’s 13 points, 10 rebounds and two steals. Jarrett Weber also had 15 points.
The Blackhawks shot 19-of-53 from the field for 36 percent and 10-of-21 from the free throw line. W-W moved to 11-1 with the win and shot over 48 percent on 37 attempts from the field.
SCW also lost the rebounding battle, 27-32.

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