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Warriors Finish 2010 Season in Playoff Quarterfinal (Final Record: 9-2)

Milliken, Mattson & McAtee Named First Team C-1 All-State!

Please click HERE to view the 2010 Warrior Football Roster.

Congratulations Greg Milliken (RB), Colter Mattson (OL) and Lucas McAtee (LB) on being named First Team C-1 All-State by both the Omaha World-Herald and the Lincoln Journal-Star!


Congratulations to the following Warrior football players for being selected All Area by the Wahoo Newspaper, back row (l to r): Colter Mattson, Tyson Jelinek, Greg Milliken, and Christian Hohl. Front row: Seth Stewart, Lucas McAtee, and Ethan Harders.

Please click HERE to view the 2010 Class C-1 Football Playoff Bracket.

Late Turnover Results in Warrior Loss in Playoff Quarterfinal
Wahoo Finishes 2010 Season 9-2

November 9, 2010 (Round 3 Playoffs)

Wahoo    35
Norfolk Catholic    21

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Warrior Football Posts Decisive Win over Lincoln Lutheran in Round 2 Playoff Game
9-1 Wahoo Prepares for Nov. 9 Quarterfinal with Norfolk Catholic at Home

CONGRATULATIONS WARRIORS ON A DECISIVE VICTORY OVER LINCOLN LUTHERAN LAST NIGHT! WAHOO WILL TAKE ON NORFOLK CATHOLIC ON TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 9 IN THE STATE PLAYOFF QUARTER FINALS. THIS GAME WILL BE PLAYED AT HOME, AND KICKOFF IS SET FOR 6:00 P.M. REMINDER: ADMISSION IS $7/ADULTS AND $5/STUDENTS (PASSES WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED). GOOD LUCK WARRIORS!

November 3, 2010 (Round 2 Playoffs)

Wahoo    49
Lincoln Lutheran    15

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Warrior Football Rolls over Arlington (45-0) in Home Playoff Game
8-1 Wahoo Heads to Lincoln Lutheran Nov. 3 for Round 2!

October 28, 2010 (Round 1 Playoffs)

Wahoo    45
Arlington    0

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Wahoo rolled through their 1st play-off game of the 2010 season. The 14th seeded Arlington Eagles came to town to take on the 3rd seeded Wahoo Warriors. The first half of the game was highlighted by a Greg Milliken 51-yard punt return for a touchdown. He later added another score on a 4-yard run. The Warriors struggled the rest of the half with miscues and penalties.  

The second half went much better as Wahoo added a field goal when Ethan Harders kicked a 38-yarder in the third quarter. Milliken found the endzone again when he ran in a 58-yard run. Milliken finished the night with 16 rushes for 161 yards and 2 rushing touchdowns. He also had 114 return yards and 1 TD. Justin Lewadowski also had a big play in the 4th quarter when he blocked a punt and returned in 47 yards for a touchdown. Tyler Kavan and Seth Stewart both scored on rushing touchdowns as the offense played much better the second half.

Defensively the Warriors had another dominating performance led by Lucas McAtee, who charted 18 tackles, followed by Seth Stewart with 12 tackles and Christian Hohl with 11 tackles on the evening. Wahoo only allowed 141 yards of total offense for Arlington, while posting their 4th shut out on the season.  

Wahoo will travel to Seacrest Field in Lincoln on Wednesday, November 3 to take on the Lincoln Lutheran Warriors.  

Warrior Football Hands First Loss to Undefeated Ashland-Greenwood
7-1 Wahoo Takes District Title; Faces Arlington in Thursday Home Playoff Game

October 21, 2010 (Final Regular Season Game)

Wahoo    17
Ashland-Greenwood    14

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Warrior Football Breaks the Streak; Brings Down Neumann
6-1 Wahoo Hosts Ashland-Greenwood 10/21 for Final Regular Season Contest

October 15, 2010

Wahoo    24
Bishop Neumann    17

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The Warriors got back to their winning ways on Friday night with a big district win over cross town foe Bishop Neumann.  

The game started out as a defensive struggle as neither team found the end zone in the first quarter and the majority of the second quarter. Both teams traded field goals in the 2nd quarter. Ethan Harders put the Warriors on the scoreboard first with a 28-yard field goal with 3:14 left in the 2nd quarter. Both Teams traded field goals in the 2nd quarter. Then with a late drive that started with less than a 1:30 on the clock, Wahoo put together a drive before the end of the half. Sean Lingdren punched in a 1-yard run on a 4th down play with 2.1 seconds left in the half. Wahoo took a 10-3 lead into halftime.

Neumann struck first in the second half with a 22-yard touchdown pass with 7:57 in the 3rd quarter to even the score to 10-10. The Warriors then capitalized on two special teams errors committed by the Cavaliers. First Bishop Neumann muffed a punt and Christian Hohl recovered the fumble, which set up a Seth Stewart 15-yard physical run for Wahoo’s 2nd touchdown with 5:25 left in the 3rd quarter. Then Neumann had their next error when a snap on a punt sailed over the punters head. Wahoo took over deep in Cavalier territory to set up their 3rd and final touchdown when Sean Lindgren ran in a 4-yard touchdown run with 2:01 left in the 3rd quarter. That score gave Wahoo a 24-10 lead.

The 4th quarter had only one score between the two teams when Neumann scored with 1:09 left in the game. The Cavaliers unsuccessfully attempted an onside kick following the score. Wahoo was then able to run the clock out.  

The Warriors will welcome the Ashland-Greenwood Blue Jays on Thursday, October 21.

Warrior Football Suffers Its First Season Loss at Home against Platteview
5-1 Wahoo Heads Across Town for 10/15 Neumann Showdown

October 8, 2010

Wahoo    28
Platteview    38

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Wahoo faced Platteview on Friday night and faced their first loss of the 2010 season.  

Wahoo was plagued with untimely penalties and miscues in the evening to seal their fate of 28-38 loss.

The Warriors fell behind early in the game when Platteview drove the ball down the field to score their first drive with 7:36 on the clock in the first quarter. Wahoo’s opening play couldn’t have ended much worse when a fumble pitched from Sean Lindgren set up Platteview’s second score with 6:14 in the first quarter. Wahoo then posted a drive and scored on 41-yard run by Greg Milliken with 4:00 minutes in the first quarter.  

Platteview then answered with a score of their own with 9:32 in the second quarter to push their lead to 21-14.  Greg Milliken found the endzone for a second time when he score from 31 yards out with 7:58 left in the 2nd quarter. Platteview kicked a field goal with no time remaining in the second quarter to take a half-time lead of 24-14 into the locker room.

Wahoo made some half-time adjustments to jump back into the game when Lucas McAtee scored his only touchdown of the evening from 3 yards out to get the Warriors within 3 points. The Warrior Defense stepped up their efforts in the second half, as well as posting some stops and forcing Platteview to punt the first time in the game. Wahoo then put another drive together to score with 5:19 left in the third quarter. Milliken ran for his third touchdown run from 20 yards out to give Wahoo a 28 – 24 lead. Platteview did not take long when they hit a 64-yard pass to put the score to 31 – 28 with 4:17 left in the 3rd quarter.   

Wahoo struggled on offense in the 4th quarter and was unable to get any offense going, while Platteview scored last in the 4th quarter after a couple of controversial calls to push the score to 38-28.

Wahoo travels across town to play in a District 2 showdown versus Bishop Neumann next Friday, October 15.

Warriors Continue Perfect Season with Big Win over Roncalli
5-0 Wahoo Hosts Platteview October 8

October 1, 2010

Wahoo    56
Omaha Roncalli    13

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Wahoo racked up their 5th straight win on Friday night versus Omaha Roncalli.

Wahoo had another great 1st quarter scoring 21 points. Greg Milliken scored on Wahoo’s first possession going 80 yards. Milliken had another very impressive night with over 400 yards of total offense in only 14 touches! Omaha Roncalli answered with a 4-yard score of their own with 4:07 left in the 1st quarter. Wahoo then took a 6-play drive in to score on a Lucas McAtee 7-yard TD run with 2:01 left in the 1st Quarter. Wahoo wasn’t finished scoring, when Josh Proctor got his second pick of the evening to set up a touchdown pass when Sean Lindgren connected with Proctor for a 15 yard touchdown.  

The Warriors then tacked on another 21 points in the 2nd quarter to control the game and cruise to another victory. Milliken accounted for all 21 2nd quarter points with runs from 13 yards and 90 yards, as well as an unbelievable 80-yard touchdown catch to score as time expired in the first half. Wahoo took a 42–6 lead into halftime.

The 3rd quarter looked like it might start off where the 2nd quarter left off when Milliken took the opening kick-off 70 yards, and that drive ended on a missed 37-yard field goal attempt by Ethan Harders. The 3rd quarter continued with miscues and penalties for the Warriors as they had a 55-yard punt return by Tyler Kavan called back for a touchdown and later in the quarter called 60-yard touchdown run by Greg Miliken. Those penalties proved to be costly as Wahoo failed to score in the 3rd quarter for the first time this season.

In the 4th quarter Wahoo found the endzone again when Seth Stewart ran in a 5-yard touchdown run with 10:41 left in the 4th quarter. The Warriors found the endzone one more time when Jonathan Abbott found Kyle Zeleny for an 8-yard touchdown pass with 1:41 left in the game. Roncalli managed to score as time was running out to push the final score to 56-13.

Offensively, Wahoo was led by Milliken, who had 215 yards on 9 carries and 97 yards on 3 receptions in a very impressive performance. Milliken scored 3 touchdowns on the ground and 1 in the air. Lindgren had a great throwing night, throwing the ball to 4 different receivers, finishing 7 for 8 for 158 yards passing and 2 touchdown passes. Proctor had a nice night receiving with 2 catches for 24 yards and 1 touchdown.

Defensively, the Warriors were tested early, but clearly used a ‘bend but don’t break’ style of defense. They were lead by Christian Hohl who had 10 total tackles including a tackle for a loss, followed by Tyson Jelinek, who had 9 tackles. Colter Mattson and Jake Subbert had 8 tackles each, while McAtee finished with 7 tackles. Proctor finished with 2 interceptions and Stewart had 1 interception.  

The Warriors will be tested on October 8, 2010 when they welcome the Platteview Trojans to Wahoo for Staff Appreciation Night.

September 24, 2010

Warriors Continue to Dominate Competition with Strong Victory over D.C. West
4-0 Wahoo Visits Omaha Roncalli October 1

Wahoo    57
D.C. West    14

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Wahoo moved to 4-0 on Friday night playing DC West. Wahoo took an early lead when Sean Lindgren ran the first of his two touchdown runs with 7:58 remaining in the 1st Quarter from 20 yards out. Lindgren added his second touchdown a few minutes later with a run from 1 yard out. Wahoo led at the end of the 1st quarter 14-0.  

Lindgren then found Josh Discher for a 28-yard touchdown pass with 10:58 left in the 2nd quarter. Lindgren then delivered another strike to Christian Hohl for a 2nd touchdown pass from 13 yards out. Lindgren finished 7 for 11 passing with 2 TD and 2 Interceptions for 129 yards.  

Wahoo opened the second half much like the first half with a flurry of scoring. Greg Milliken added 2 touchdown runs from 50 yards out and another from 1 yard out. Milliken finished the evening with 15 carries for 170 yards rushing with 2 TD runs and 3 catches for 60 yards receiving. Seth Stewart added another score later in the 3rd period from 14 yards out.  

The final score came with 1:03 left when Tyler Kavan received a 19-yard pass from Jonathan Abbott to close out the game.  

Wahoo’s offense finished with 261 yards of offense on the ground and 151 yards through the air. Defensively the Warriors gave up 250 yards on the ground to the DC West Falcons. Lucas McAtee led Wahoo’s defense with 14 tackles, 2 tackles for a loss and a caused fumble. Colter Mattson had 10 tackles with 2 of those being for a loss. Tyson Jelinek also had a nice defensive game finishing with 9 tackles and a fumble recovery.  

Next week Wahoo will travel to Omaha Roncalli on October 1, 2010.

Warriors Slaughter Raymond Central in 3rd Straight Shut-Out, 76-0
3-0 Wahoo Hosts D.C. West September 24

September 17, 2010

Wahoo    76
Raymond Central    0

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The Wahoo Warriors turned out another dominate effort this week versus Raymond Central. The offense was able to accumulate 555 yards of offense while the defense posted their 3rd straight shut out holding the Mustangs to 83 yards of total offense on the evening.

Wahoo found the end zone early and often scoring 28 points in the 1st quarter and another 20 points in the 2nd quarter. Greg Milliken lead the Wahoo scoring barrage with the first three touchdowns on runs of 2 yards, 31 yards, and 19 yards. Sean Lindgren accounted for two of the first half scores with a 1-yard run and a 15 -yard pass to Josh Discher. Discher had an unbelievable one-handed catch for that score. Seth Stewart (28 yards) and Tyler Kavan (5 yards) also added rushing scores in the 2nd quarter. Wahoo took a 48-0 lead into halftime.

In the second half the Wahoo starters made the most of their limited opportunities, as Milliken scored on a 4-yard touchdown run and then returned a punt on the very next defensive series for a 46-yard touchdown. Kavan added his second score in the 3rd quarter on a 28-yard touchdown run. The Warriors scored one more time in the 4th quarter when Josh Langemeier ran the final score in from 7 yards. Ethan Harders had a busy night with his kicking duties, going 10-11 with PAT’s.

Offensively, Milliken led all rushers with 192 yards on 16 carries and 4 TD’s, followed by Lindgren with 82 yards on 7 carries with 1 TD, then Kavan 68 yards on 7 carries for 2 TD’s, and finally Langemeier had 50 yards on 6 carries and 1 TD. Leading the receivers were Discher with 2 catches for 43 yards, 1 for a touchdown, Christian Hohl 1 catch for 22 yards, Stewart 1 catch for 10 yards, and Milliken had 1 catch for 14 yards. Lindgren was 5 for 8 passing for 89 yards.  

Defensively, Wahoo was lead by Lucas McAtee, who finished with 6 tackles, 2 tackles for a loss, 1 interception, and 1 fumble recovery. Hohl  and Kyle Zeleny had 5 tackles each on the evening. Lindgren and Jack Putnam finished the game with 4 tackles each.  

Next week Wahoo will welcome the DC West Falcons to Wahoo for a Friday, September 24 match-up.  

Warriors Shut Down the Rockets
Wahoo Dominates in 36-0 Syracuse Shut-Out

September 10, 2010

Wahoo: 36
Syracuse: 0

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The Wahoo Warriors got off to another quick start on Friday when they took on the Syracuse Rockets. The Warrior Defense set the tone of the game with the first defensive series when Jacob Subbert forced a safety when he pressured the Syracuse quarterback out of the endzone.  

The very next play Greg Milliken took the kick return back to the endzone, only to be called back by a holding call. However, it didn’t take the Wahoo Offense too long to find the endzone, when Lucas McAtee rushed in from 1 yard to put the score up to 8 – 0.  

The defense then posted another quick three and out to force Syracuse to punt for the first time, setting up another score for Wahoo. Milliken took in the second score from 15 yards with 6:40 left in the 1st quarter. Wahoo scored again with 8:11 left in the 2nd quarter when Seth Stewart took one in from 4 yards.  

Wahoo’s next score was set up when Sean Lindgren blocked the Rocket’s punt and Colter Mattson recovered the punt on the 1 yard line. This allowed Milliken to get his second score on the evening with a 1-yard touch down run, pushing the score to 30 – 0 with 7:29 left in the 2nd quarter.  

The defense continued with its stellar play going into halftime only allowing -1 yards total offense by the Syracuse Rockets, matched by the 217 yards of the Warriors.  

The second half was not nearly as exciting as the first half with only a few highlights. Lindgren hit Christian Hohl for a 52-yard pass to set up one of Ethan Harders’ field goals. Harders had a great night going 4/4 with PAT’s and 2/3 with field goals (28, 32).  

Offensively, Wahoo was led by Lindgren rushing with 11 rushes for 88 yards, followed by Milliken with 9 rushes for 65 yards and 2 touchdowns. Seth Stewart had 9 rushes for 41 yards, and 1 touchdown, and McAtee had 7 rushes for 22 yards, and 1 touchdown.

Through the air Lindgren was 5/13 for 76 yards. Hohl led all receivers with 52 yards, followed by Josh Proctor with 2 catches for 16 yards, Josh Discher with 1 catch for 5 yards and Stewart 1 catch for 3 yards.  

Defensively, the Warriors only allowed 67 yards on the evening, posting their 2nd straight shutout. McAtee led all defenders with 9 total tackles and 2 caused fumbles. Subbert had a standout night with 6 tackles, 2 tackles for loss, and 2 sacks. Tyson Jelinek had a great evening with 5 total tackles, 1 tackle and 1 fumble recovery.

Next week Wahoo will welcome Raymond Central to town on Friday, September 17, 2010 for Homecoming.

Warrior Football Posts Season-Opening Shutout Against Auburn
1-0 Wahoo Travels to Ranked Syracuse September 10

September 3, 2010

Wahoo – 45
Auburn – 0

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September 3, 2010

The Wahoo Warrior Football team got a tremendous start to its 2010 season on Friday evening. They opened the game with an onside kick recovery and scored five plays later with Sean Lindgren scoring on a 1-yard run.  

The Wahoo defense turned the Auburn offense away rather quickly on their first drive with their first of four three-and-outs on the evening. The defense was rather impressive all night long, only giving up five first downs for the game.  

Wahoo’s next score came on the second drive when Lucas McAtee scored on a 5-yard run with 4:01 left in the first quarter. McAtee rushed for 41 yards on 7 carries for the game.

Wahoo’s third drive of the game resulted in a score again, when Greg Milliken ran in a 69-yard run with 1:17 left in the first quarter. Milliken led all ball carriers with 201 yards rushing on the evening with 16 carries.  

The second quarter both teams stepped up their defensive efforts with the Warriors only scoring off an Ethan Harders 33-yard field goal. Harders had an exceptional night kicking, also going six for six with PAT attempts.

The second half started with Wahoo finding the end zone again when Lindgren connected with Josh Discher on a 22-yard pass. Lindgren finished with 8 for 13 with 108 yards passing, and Discher finished with two catches for 44 yards receiving.

Christian Hohl then scored on a 1-yard TD run with 5:53 left in third quarter. Hohl finished the game with five carries for 21 yards and two receptions for 18 yards on offense.  

The final score of the game occurred when Jonathan Abbott found Michael Kersten streaking down the sideline for a 63-yard touchdown pass.

Offensively Wahoo amassed 447 yards of total offense with 276 of those yards attained on the ground and 171 in the air. Defensively the Warriors had a very impressive effort only giving up 91 yards of total offense on only 35 plays. They were led by McAtee with nine total tackles and one tackle for a loss, Colter Mattson with eight total tackles and two tackles for a loss, and Seth Stewart, who had six total tackles, one tackle for a loss, and two fumble recoveries.  

Next week the Warriors travel to play ranked Syracuse on Friday, September 10.


2010 Warrior Football Team


2010 Football Seniors

Tonight's Wahoo/Syracuse Match-Up Previewed on 10/11 Prep Zone Weekly
Good Luck Warriors!

Tonight's Wahoo/Syracuse competition (7:00 p.m. kickoff at Syracuse) was highlighted on this week's Channel 10/11 Prep Zone Weekly. The video is located below:

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Warriors Finish 2010 Season in Playoff Quarterfinal (Final Record: 9-2)

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