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4ee65a63bf55eWHS Freshman Basketball Team
WHS Freshman Basketball Team

2011-2012 WHS Freshman Boys Basketball Game Results & Summaries

Final Record: 10-2

February 10, 2012

Wahoo    71
Mt. Michael    55

The freshman boys’ basketball team finished their season 10-2 with a win over the Mt. Michael Knights Friday night, February 10.  

The Warriors played probably their best first quarter of the season, scoring 28 points and holding the knights to only ten points.  

“We definitely showed what this team is capable of doing in the first quarter,” Coach Marc Kaminski commented.

The Warriors went to the foul line 27 times, compared to Mount Michael’s 10 attempts in the game.

Jake Scheef scored 22 points and Gaven Iversen added 17 points. Collin Nadrchal had a huge night on the glass collecting 17 rebounds.

“It’s been a team effort all year. These kids have gotten better each night and that was our number one goal at the beginning of the year,” Kaminski commented about the season. “This team should be very proud of their accomplishments this year; I know that I’m extremely proud of all of them.”

 Wahoo (10-2)  28  15  18  11            71
 Mt. Michael  10  16  11  17            55

Wahoo (Iversen 17, Nelson 9, Peterson 8, Scheef 22, Nadrchal 9, Hedges 6)

February 6, 2012

Wahoo    66
Platteview    49

The freshman boys’ basketball team improved their record to 9-2 on the season with a 66-49 victory over the Trojans of Platteview High School.  

The Warriors got off to another great start by outscoring the Trojans 21-8 in the first quarter and taking a 37-18 lead into the locker room at halftime. Wahoo forced Platteview to 24 total turnovers for the game.  

Jake Scheef led all scorers with 23 points. Gaven Iversen had a solid stat line with 13 points, seven rebounds, three block shots, and five steals. Cole Peterson added a double-double for the night with ten points and ten rebounds.

 Wahoo (9-2)  21  11  19  15            66
 Platteview  8  9  20  12            49

Wahoo (Iversen 13, Nelson 3, Peterson 10, Scheef 23, Lamprecht 6, Nadrchal 7, Hedges 4)

January 30, 2012 (at David City Aquinas)

Wahoo    64
David City Aquinas    56

The freshman boys’ basketball team improved their record to 8-2 on the season with a 64-56 victory over the Aquinas Monarchs Monday night.  

The Warriors held off a gritty Monarch team by forcing 27 turnovers and recording 18 steals.

Jake Scheef had another huge night on the offensive end, scoring 22 points for the Warriors. Cole Peterson added 14 points and Gavin Iversen grabbed eight rebounds while tallying five assists.

The freshman boys will be back in action on Saturday, February 4 at the D.C. West Reserve Boys Basketball Tournament. The Warriors will play their first game against Fremont Bergan at 9:00 a.m. The tournament will be played at D.C. West High School in Valley.

 Wahoo (8-2)  10  21  12  21            64
 Aquinas  13  12  13  18            56

Wahoo (Iversen 9, Peterson 14, Scheef 22, Steinmetz 8, Nadrchal 7, Hedges 4)

January 28, 2012 (at Home)

Wahoo    64
Bennington    38

The freshman boys’ basketball team continued their winning ways Saturday morning by beating the Bennington Badgers 64-38 at Wahoo High School.

The Warriors ended a solid first quarter with a 21-11 lead, but Bennington would not lie down and continued to pace the Warriors at intermission. The Warriors never looked back in the second half, and cruised to their 7th win of the season.

Jake Scheef had a huge day for the Warriors scoring 25 points, eight rebounds and five assists. Gavin Iversen also had a tremendous day scoring 19 points, six rebounds, and five steals. Cole Peterson also added eight points in the win.

Wahoo (7-2)  21  17  12  14            64
Bennington  11  ?  ?  ?              38

Wahoo (Iversen 19, Peterson 8, Scheef 25, Steinmetz 5, Nadrchal 4, Hedges 3)

January 21, 2012 (at Home)

Wahoo    60
Lincoln Lutheran    28

The freshman boys’ basketball team earned its sixth victory of the season with a win Saturday morning (Jan. 21) against the Warriors of Lincoln Lutheran.  

Wahoo jumped out to a 35-13 lead at halftime and never looked back, while rolling to the 32-point victory.

The Warriors forced Lutheran to 28 turnovers while outrebounding them 44-26 on the day.

Jake Scheef led the balanced attack of scoring with 14 points. Gavin Iversen, Collin Nadrchal, and Trevor Hedges each had 11 points on the day. Drake Steinmetz collected 10 rebounds in the win.

The Warriors will host the Bennington Badgers this Saturday, Jan. 28. The girls’ game will begin at 9:00 a.m. with the boys to follow. 

 Wahoo (5-2) 15 20 19  6             60
 Lincoln Lutheran  7  6  6  9             28

Wahoo (Iversen 11, Nelson 2, Peterson 5, Scheef 14, Lamprecht 2, Steinmetz 4, Nadrchal 11, Hedges 11) 

January 13, 2012 (at Elkhorn South)

Wahoo    43
Elkhorn South    60

The freshman boys’ basketball team came up short against Elkhorn South High School Friday night with their second loss of the season 43-60.

The Warriors, who never led in the game, were outscored by the Storm 32-18 in the second and third periods. Wahoo battled back in the fourth quarter, but it was not enough as Elkhorn South handed the Warriors just their second loss of the season.

Jake Scheef lead the Warriors in scoring with 16 points and Drake Steinmentz added 14 points.  

The Warriors will be back in action this Saturday, January 21, at Wahoo High School as Lincoln Lutheran comes to town. The start time for the girls’ game is 9:00 a.m., with the boys to follow.

 Wahoo (5-2)  10  8  11  14            43
 Elkhorn South  15  14  18  13            60

Wahoo (Iversen 2, Peterson 3, Scheef 16, Steinmetz 14, Nadrchal 2, Hedges 6)

January 12, 2012

Wahoo    75
Seward    62

The freshman boys’ basketball team sprinted past the Seward Blue Jays Thursday night 75-62 to improve their record to 5-1 on the season.

The Warriors forced the Blue Jays to 33 total turnovers and racked up 21 assists on the night

Jake Scheef scored 24 points and posted seven steals for the Warriors. Drake Steinmetz scored 16 points and Gavin Iversen added 13 points in the victory. Collin Nadrchal scored ten points and grabbed eight rebounds for the Warriors.

 Wahoo (5-1)  24  10  22  19            75
 Seward  12  12  11  27            62

Wahoo (Iversen 13, Peterson 2, Scheef 24, Steinmetz 16, Nadrchal 10, Hedges 6, Arent 4)

January 9, 2012 (at Home)

Wahoo    53
Arlington    49

The freshman boys’ basketball team came from behind Monday night and took down the Arlington Eagles 53-49.

The Warriors trailed the Eagles until the final minutes of the fourth quarter. Defensive pressure forced Arlington to 22 total turnovers for the game, which ultimately lead to the Warriors’ triumph. Jake Scheef hit a free throw with seconds left in the game to seal Wahoo’s fourth win of the season.  

Scheef had a monster night for the Warriors with 27 points, nine rebounds, and six steals. Cole Peterson had nine points and Gavin Iversen had seven points to steady the Warriors.

 Wahoo (4-1)  7 11 12 23            53
 Arlington 12 13 11 13            49

Wahoo (Iversen 7, Peterson 8, Scheef 27, Steinmetz 4, Nadrchal 3, Hedges 4)

January 2, 2012 (at Ashland-Greenwood)

Wahoo    71
Ashland-Greenwood    26

The freshman boys’ basketball team ran past the Ashland-Greenwood Bluejays Monday morning 71-26.

The Warrior offense ran out of the gates to a 37-10 halftime lead. The Warriors forced the Bluejays into 26 turnovers and also out-rebounded the Jays 36 to 14.

Jake Scheef led the Warriors in scoring with 19 points and tailed five assists. Drake Steinmetz added 12 points and Reid Nelson contributed 10 points to the victory. Gavin Iversen also recorded seven steals and five assists on the day.

The Warriors will host the Arlington Eagles next Monday night at Wahoo High School. The girls will tip off at 6:00 p.m., with the boys to follow.

 Wahoo (3-1) 19 18 17 17              71
Ashland-Greenwood  6  4  7  9               26

Wahoo (Iversen 4, Nelson 10, Peterson 6, Scheef 19, Lamprecht 2, Steinmetz 12, Nadrchal 8, Hedges 8, Arent 2)

December 28, 2011 (at Home)

Wahoo    55
Bishop Neumann    62

The freshman boys’ basketball team suffered their first loss of the season with a 62-55 lost to the Cavaliers of Bishop Neumann.

The Cavaliers forced the Warriors into 23 total turnovers for the game and outscored Wahoo 21-12 in the final quarter for the victory.

“We made a lot of mistakes in areas that you can’t afford to make mistakes in,” Coach Marc Kaminski commented. “Hopefully we learn from these mistakes and understand that we will not beat good teams if we don’t improve in these areas.”

The Wahoo Warriors were led in scoring by Jake Scheef with 17 points. Gavin Iversen and Collin Nadrchal each added 12 points.  

 Wahoo (2-1) 16 14 13 12              55
 Bishop Neumann 14 19 8 21              62

Wahoo (Iversen 12, Nelson 2, Peterson 5, Scheef 17, Steinmetz 6, Nadrchal 12, Hedges 1)

December 12, 2011 (at Lincoln Christian)

Wahoo    48
Lincoln Christian    33

The freshman boys’ basketball team improved their record to 2-0 on the season with a 48-33 victory over Lincoln Christian.

The Warriors took a 27-15 lead into halftime and never looked back.

The Warriors forced the Crusaders to 27 turnovers, and took control in the fourth quarter by applying aggressive full court pressure.

“It was a very nice win for the boys. I saw a lot of good things, but I also saw a lot of areas that we still need to improve in,” Coach Marc Kaminski commented.

Collin Nadrchal had a huge night for the Warriors scoring 20 points and going 8 for 11 from the free throw line. Jake Scheef scored 13 points and tallied 5 assists while Trevor Hedges added 7 rebounds to the victory.

The boys’ freshmen team will be back in action after the Christmas break when they take on the Bishop Neumann Cavaliers. The game is set for Wednesday, December 28. The girls will tip off at 9:00 a.m., with the boys to follow.

 Wahoo 10 17 10 11          48
 Lincoln Christian  8  7 12  6           33

Wahoo (Iversen 5, Nelson 5, Peterson 5, Scheef 13, Nadrchal 20)

December 5, 2011 (at Raymond Central)

Wahoo    67
Raymond Central    48

The freshman boys’ basketball team opened the 2011-2012 season with a 67-48 victory at Raymond Central High School Monday night, December 5.

The Warriors hit the court running by bolting out to a 20 to 5 lead at the end of the first quarter. The Mustangs fought back in the second quarter to outscore the Warriors 15-13 and cut the lead to 33-20 at halftime. But the Warriors proved to be too much for the Mustangs, as Wahoo outscored the Mustangs 25-6 in route to their first victory of the season.

The Warriors forced the Mustangs to 25 turnovers and out-rebounded Raymond Central 48-14.

The Wahoo Warriors were lead in scoring by Jake Scheef with 23 points. Drake Steinmetz scored 17 points and collected 5 rebounds. Gavin Iversen had a huge night on the boards grabbing 13 rebounds while recording 7 assists.

The freshmen boys will be back in action next Monday night when they travel to Lincoln to take on the Lincoln Christian Crusaders. The boys’ game will follow the freshman girls’ game, which tips off at 6 p.m.

 Wahoo 20 13 25 9            67
 Raymond Central 5 15 6 22          48

Wahoo (Iversen 7, Nelson 3, Peterson 2, Scheef 23, Lamprecht 2, Steinmetz 17, Nadrchal 6, Hedges 7)

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