Posted On: 01/24/20 2:29 PM

I have been pretty bullish on the Weeping Water Indians all season, but last night was the first time that I had a chance to see them play live.  They did not disappoing, garnering a 56-47 victory against a frisky Omaha Brownell-Talbot squad, who also showed some of the promise that they had coming into this season after winning 18 games last season.  The Raiders jumped out to a quick 11-2 lead, but there was no panic in the Indians, lead by Nebraska-Omaha commit Grace Cave and outstanding two-guard Peyton Barrett.  By the end of the quarter, Weeping Water tied it up at 13 and continued to pull away as the game moved forward.  Although most of the talent on the floor are upperclassmen, there was plenty to like from both teams.

Grace Cave (5'7" Guard, Junior, Weeping Water): Cave has a great skill set all around the floor, and her all around game can be summarized in one word; "smooth".  Offensively, she is one of the best passers in the state, seeing openings that most players would not see.  She is strong, and can snap off a 40-50 foot pass up the floor mid-dribble.  She has a picture

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