Hawks finish second after tough 281 Championship battle

SENIOR TREVOR Olson drives to the basket during first-half action Thursday night in Huron.

SENIOR TREVOR Olson drives to the basket during first-half action Thursday night in Huron.

The Blackhawk boys took home second place from the 281 Tournament after a nail-biter of a championship game.
The score stayed close through three quarters, with the lead flip-flopping between the Hawks and the Warbirds, but Wolsey-Wessington found their footing in the fourth to widen the gap and take the win, 59-46.
Trevor Olson led the Hawks with 17 points and five assists. Logun Feistner had 10 points and 12 rebounds.
SCW had some trouble shooting, hitting just 17 out of 58 for 29 percent from the floor, but made six out of nine free throw attempts and had 35 rebounds. The Hawks took good care of the ball, committing just five turnovers.
Riley Gohn led the Warbirds with 23 points, while Bennett White added 19 points, 12 boards and five steals to the contest. W-W grabbed 28 rebounds and also had just five turnovers.
The Warbirds improved to 9-0 with the win, while SCW fell to 7-3.

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