PAULLINA - Sioux Central senior Austin Glawe reached a historic milestone Monday night as he scored his 1000th career point in a 31-point outburst at South O'Brien.
Glawe needed exactly 31 heading into the night. He's averaging better than 21 per outing and has pumped in over 300 points on the season thus far.
The Rebels would suffer the loss on the night, however, falling to South O'Brien by a 58-45 final. They trailed by an 11-10 margin after one, but a 12-4 second quarter deficit, and a 23-19 lapse in the fourth sent them to the loss.
Glawe connected on 13-of-25 shots, including three, three-pointers on the night. He added 14 rebounds, five steals, three blocks and two assists. Christian Sylvester followed with six points. Chris Ripke added four.
"I was very pleased with our effort," said SxC head coach Stephen Tjaden. "We battled through some rough shooting stretches in the first half and did not let that influence our intensity. South O'Brien did a great job of taking advantage of our mistakes. They are a very solid ball club."