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4b22a39c5f65b2010 D.C. West Reserve Tournament Champions!
2010 D.C. West Reserve Tournament Champions!

Freshman Warrior Basketball Boys Finish 2009-2010 Season Undefeated

Big Win over Mt. Michael Boosts Wahoo to Final 12-0 Record

February 11, 2010

Wahoo    50
Mt. Michael    20

Click HERE to view photos of the game (photos courtesy of Joan Lindgren).

The freshman boys’ basketball team is perfect! The Warriors ended their season 12-0 with a win over the Mt. Michael Knights Thursday night, Feb. 11.  

After a slow first half, the Warriors held on to a 13-11 lead at halftime, but just like they have all year, came out firing the second half. The Warriors outscored the Knights 37-9 in a dominating second half, racking up 18 steals and forcing 25 turnovers for the game.

Brook Stuart had the hot hand, shooting 4 of 6 from behind the arc, finishing with 18 points. Jon Abbott added 11 points while Mitch Shukis tallied 8 steals. Dylan Jaskulski finished with 7 rebounds for the night.  

“It’s been a team effort all year, and the kids know it. It hasn’t been just two or three guys each night, it’s been all eight,” Coach Marc Kaminski commented about the season. “This team should be very proud of their achievements this year, but they also know they still have bigger and better things ahead of them if they continue to work hard.”

  1 2 3 4
Wahoo (12-0) 11 2 16 21            50
Mt. Michael 5 6 4 5              20

Wahoo (Stuart 18, Moline 2, Kavan 8, Abbott 11, Shukis 7, Jaskulski 4)    

Past Season Articles:

Freshman Warriors Capture the D.C. West Tourney Championship!
11-0 Wahoo to Close Season with Feb. 11 Home Game vs. Mt. Michael

February 6, 2010 (D.C. West Reserve Tournament)

Game 1
Wahoo    51
Mt. Michael

Championship Game
Wahoo    48
Fremont Bergan    19

The freshman boys’ basketball team cruised to a pair of victories and their 11th straight win Saturday morning, defeating Elkhorn Mt. Michael in game one and Fremont Bergan for the 2010 D.C. West Reserve Basketball Tournament Championship.

The Warriors defeated Mt. Michael 51-41 in their opening game. Jonathan Abbott and Mitch Shukis led the way for the Warriors with 14 points each, while Tyler Kavan added 11 points.

In the championship game, the Warriors took control of Fremont Bergan in the second half, holding the Knights to only 7 second-half points. Wahoo cruised to a 48-19 victory and the tournament championship.

Abbott and Shukis once again led the way for the Warriors: Abbott poured in 19 points while Shukis chipped in 14 points. Shukis also grabbed 9 rebounds in the victory.  

The Warriors are one victory away from a perfect season as they battle the Mt. Michael Knights at 6:00 p.m. Thursday night (Feb. 11) at Wahoo High School.  

Game 1:

  1 2 3 4
Wahoo (10-0) 16 11 17 7            51
Mt. Michael 9 6 7 9            41

Wahoo (Stuart 6, Kavan 11, Abbott 14, Shukis 14, Moline 6)

Championship:

  1 2 3 4
Wahoo (11-0) 13 11 7 17            48
Fremont Bergan 8 4 4 3              19

Wahoo (Raymond 3, Stuart 3, Kavan 7, Abbott 19, Shukis 14, Moline 2)

Freshman Warriors Move to 9-0 with Aquinas Win
Wahoo to Compete in Feb. 6 D.C. West Tournament

February 1, 2010

Wahoo    54
David City Aquinas    41

The freshman boys’ basketball team improved their record to 9-0 on the season with a 54-41 victory over the Aquinas Monarchs Monday night.  

The Warriors held off a gritty Monarch team by forcing 20 turnovers and recording 14 steals.

Jonathan Abbott had another huge night on the offensive end, scoring 20 points for the Warriors. Mitch Shukis added 12 points and Tyler Kavan grabbed 8 rebounds while tallying 7 assists.

The freshman boys will be back in action on Saturday, February 6 at the D.C. West Reserve Boys Basketball Tournament. The Warriors will play their first game against Mt. Michael at 9:00 a.m. The tournament will be played at D.C. West High School in Valley.

  1 2 3 4
Wahoo (9-0) 16 11 19 8            54
Aquinas 6 14 7 14          41

Wahoo (Raymond 5, Stuart 2, Kavan 7, Abbott 20, Shukis 12, Moline 2, Jaskulski 6)

Freshman Boys Continue to Roll with Victory over Bennington
Warriors Improve to 8-0

January 30, 2010 at Home

Wahoo    61
Bennington    41

The freshman boys’ basketball team continued their winning ways by beating a very solid Bennington Badger team 61-41 at Wahoo High School.

The Warriors took a three-point lead into halftime, but came out firing in the third quarter, opening the second half with an 8-0 run. The Warriors never looked back, and cruised to their 8th straight victory.

Jonathan Abbott led the Warriors with 15 points, 5 rebounds, and 6 steals. Mitch Shukis added 14 points while Brook Stuart and Tyler Kavan each chipped in 12 points.

  1 2 3 4
Wahoo (8-0) 8 14 24 15            61
Bennington 12 7 12 10            41

Wahoo (Raymond 4, Stuart 12, Kavan 12, Abbott 15, Shukis 14, Moline 2, Jaskulski 2)

Freshman Boys Continue Perfect Streak with 11-Point Victory over Lincoln Lutheran
7-0 Warriors Take On Bennington Saturday, Jan. 30

January 23, 2010

Wahoo    52
Lincoln Lutheran    41

The freshman boys’ basketball team earned its 7th straight win Saturday morning (Jan. 23) against the Warriors of Lincoln Lutheran.  

Wahoo jumped out to an early lead and held off a feisty Lutheran team for a 52-41 victory.

The Wahoo Warriors were led in scoring by Mitch Shukis with 15 points. Jon Abbott and Tyler Kavan each contributed 13 points. Abbott, Kavan, and Dylan Jaskulski each grabbed 5 rebounds in the win.

The freshmen will be back in action on Saturday, Jan. 30 against Bennington. The girls will tip off at 9:00 a.m. with the boys to follow.

  1 2 3 4
Wahoo (7-0) 14 16 6 11          52
Linc. Lutheran 10 10 10 11          41

Wahoo (Raymond 6, Stuart 4, Kavan 13, Abbott 13, Shukis 15, Jaskulski 1)

Big Seward Win Boosts Freshmen Warriors to Perfect 6-0
Wahoo Freshmen Host Lincoln Lutheran Saturday, Jan. 23

January 15, 2010 at Seward

Wahoo    54
Seward    26

The freshman boys’ basketball team sprinted past the Seward Blue Jays Friday night 54-26 to improve their record to 6-0.

The Blue Jays stifled the Warriors in the first half, forcing them into 15 first half turnovers.

“We have the turnover ‘bug’ right now. We are struggling to take care of the basketball,” commented Coach Marc Kaminski. “Between turning the ball over and free throw shooting, we still have a lot of improvement ahead of us, which is a good thing.”

Wahoo had yet another balanced attack in scoring with Jon Abbott leading the way with 14 points. Jacob Moline poured in 11 points and Brook Stuart added 10. Mitch Shukis had a big night on the boards with 7 rebounds.

The freshman basketball teams will play host to Lincoln Lutheran on Saturday, January 23 at Wahoo High School. The girls will tip off at 9:00 a.m. with the boys to follow.

  1 2 3 4
Wahoo (6-0) 13 8 15 18         54
Seward 6 10 7 3           26

Wahoo (Raymond 4, Stuart 10, Kavan 7, Abbott 14, Shukis 8, Moline 11)

WHS Freshmen Basketball Boys Continue Their Winning Ways with Dominant Victory over Arlington
Warriors Post Perfect 5-0 Season

January 11, 2010 at Home

Wahoo    68
Arlington    35

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The freshman boys’ basketball team improved their record to 5-0 on the season by downing the Arlington Eagles 68-35.
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The Warriors forced the Eagles into 29 turnovers and just 11 of 39 shooting from the field on the night.  

The Wahoo Warriors had another balanced attack with Mitch Shukis leading the way with 18 points. Jon Abbott scored 13 and Preston Raymond added 11. Dylan Jaskulski had a nice night on the glass by grabbing 7 rebounds.

  1 2 3 4
Wahoo (5-0) 22 21 16 9          68
Arlington 9 9 5 12        35

Wahoo (Raymond 11, Stuart 9, Kavan 8, Abbott 13, Jaskulski 5)

WHS Freshmen Basketball Boys Clip the Blue Jays
Warriors Continue Their Perfect Season (4-0)

January 4, 2010 at Ashland-Greenwood

Wahoo    91
Ashland-Greenwood    25

The freshman boys’ basketball team ran past the Ashland-Greenwood Blue Jays Monday afternoon 91-25.

The Warrior offense exploded in the second half by scoring 56 points, while holding the Blue Jays to only 10 second-half points. The Warriors forced 40 turnovers while only committing 13.  

Wahoo had a balanced attack in scoring with Jon Abbott leading the way with 23 points. Brook Stuart and Tyler Kavan each poured in 17, while Mitch Shukis added 16. Preston Raymond had an outstanding night distributing the basketball with 12 assists.

The freshman basketball teams will play host to Arlington on Monday, January 11 at Wahoo High School. The girls will tip off at 6:00 p.m. with the boys to follow.

  1 2 3 4
Wahoo (4-0) 18 17 32 24          91
Ashland-Greenwood 7 8 7 3            25

Wahoo (Raymond 6, Stuart 17, Kavan 17, Abbott 23, Shukis 16, Moline 12)

WHS Freshmen Boys Basketball Down the Cavaliers
Warriors Improve to 3-0

December 28, 2009 at Home

Wahoo    64
Neumann    41

The freshman boys’ basketball team improved their record to 3-0 on the season with a 64-41 victory over cross-town rival Bishop Neumann Monday afternoon.

The Warriors out-rebounded the Cavaliers 34-15, and only committed 11 turnovers in the win.

“Coaches always worry about how their team will perform coming off of the Christmas break, especially with no practices, but I thought our kids played a pretty solid game on both ends of the floor,” Coach Marc Kaminski commented.

The Wahoo Warriors were lead by Mitch Shukis’ double double of 20 points and 11 rebounds. Tyler Kavan scored 15 points and Jon Abbott added 13 points. Brook Stuart also chipped in 10 points.

The freshman basketball teams will be back in action on Monday, January 4 at Ashland-Greenwood. The girls will tip off at 5:30 p.m. with the boys to follow.

  1 2 3 4
Wahoo (3-0) 14 9 13 5          41
Neumann 19 12 16 17        64

Wahoo (Raymond 2, Stuart 10, Kavan 15, Abbott 13, Shukis 20, Russell 2, Moline 2)

WHS Freshmen Basketball Boys Tame the Tigers
Warriors Improve to 2-0

December 14, 2009 at Home

Wahoo    54
Fremont    18

The freshman boys basketball team improved their record to 2-0 on the season with a 54-18 victory over Fremont.

The Warriors took a 32-5 lead into halftime and never looked back.

The Warriors forced the Tigers to 28 turnovers, and played a very solid defensive game. The Warriors also racked up 24 steals for the night.

“It was a very good all around game for us tonight both offensively and defensively. I saw a lot of good things,” Coach Marc Kaminski commented.

The Wahoo Warriors were lead in scoring by Mitch Shukis with 13 points. Jon Abbott and Brook Stuart each poured in 10 points. Preston Raymond and Brook Stuart grabbed 6 rebounds apiece and Tyler Kavan had 7 steals.

The freshman boys will not be back in action until Wednesday December 30. They will have a morning showdown with Bishop Neumann at Wahoo High School following the freshman girls at 9:00 a.m.

  1 2 3 4
Wahoo (2-0) 12 20 7 15          54
Fremont 1 4 7 6            18

Wahoo (Raymond 8, Stuart 10, Kavan 4, Abbott 10, Shukis 13, Jaskulski 7)

WHS Freshmen Basketball Boys Off to a Good Start
Warriors Defeat Mustangs 47-42

December 7, 2009 at Raymond Central

Wahoo    47
Raymond Central    42

The freshman boys basketball team opened the 2009-2010 season with a 47-42 victory over the Raymond Central Mustangs Monday night, December 7.

The Warriors jumped out to a fast start with a 13-7 lead after one quarter. The Mustangs battled back in the second quarter to take a 22-21 lead at the half. The Warriors came out in the third quarter with their foot on the pedal, outscoring Raymond Central 16-8, and they never looked back, despite a Mustang surge in the fourth.

The Warriors forced the Mustangs to 27 turnovers, which Coach Marc Kaminski thought was the key to the game.

“We are going to have to cause a lot of turnovers and pressure teams hard each game for us to be successful and win games. And I think that was the difference tonight,” said Kaminski. “I think we also need to play a little more consistent throughout the game. We looked great one quarter, and not so great in other quarters or parts of quarters, but it was a pretty typical first game.”

The Wahoo Warriors were lead in scoring by Jon Abbott with 13 points. Brook Stuart added 9 and Mitch Shukis 8. Preston Raymond chipped in 6 steals. The freshmen boys will be back in action on Monday night at Wahoo High School against Fremont. The girls will tip off at 6 p.m. with the boys to follow.

  1 2 3 4
Wahoo (1-0) 13 8 16 10          47
Raymond Central 7 15 8 12          42

Wahoo (Raymond 6, Stuart 9, Moline 2, Kavan 4, Abbott 13, Shukis 8, Jaskulski 5)

Freshman Warrior Basketball Boys Finish 2009-2010 Season Undefeated

Coach Shannon
WHSScience Instructor

Feb 14, 2010

Congratulations, gentlemen! Nice to see all of your hard work pay off! Keep up the good work! GO BIG BLUE!
traci moline

Feb 15, 2010

It was fun to watch this group of boys they play together,work hard and have fun.Coach K did a nice job with"em.