Fremont All-Star Classic

GRAB IT: Wahoo's Hallie Reeves attempts to grab the ball during the annual Warrior Basketball Classic in Fremont on June 1.  Reeves earned MVP honors for the "dark" team.  (Staff Photo by Jason Unger)

FREMONT – It was all “white” team in the 13th annual Warrior All-Star Basketball Classic played at Midland University in Fremont on June 1.

Four area hoopers played in the game on Saturday win by the “white” squad by a score of 91-56.

The “white” team scored the first 13 points of the game and led 21-3 with 12:25 left in the first half.

Five straight points by Wahoo graduate Hallie Reeves cut the “white” lead to 17 with 7:25 remaining in the first half.

Cedar Bluffs alum Jadyn Vacha nailed a 3-pointer for the “dark” team to cut the lead to 34-22 with 6:18 left in the first half capping a 19-13 run for the “dark” team.

The lead was 11 with 3:24 left in the first half, but the “white” team would score the final 11 points of the first half to take a 47-25 lead into the locker room.

A jumper by Yutan alum Lynn Smith cut the lead to 30 with 8:16 left in the game.

The “white” team led by as many as 38 points in the second half before settling on a 91-56 win.

Reeves scored seven points and added four rebounds in 18 minutes while earning MVP honors for the “dark” squad.

Vacha scored seven points and led the “dark” squad with five rebounds.

Smith finished with four points and three rebounds.

Yutan graduate Taylor Arensberg added two points and grabbed six rebounds while suiting up for the “white” squad.

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