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#2 Scotus Downs #8 Warriors in C1-4 Subdistrict Volleyball Final

Final 2012 Record: 23-6

SUBDISTRICTS (click HERE for C1-4 subdistrict bracket)

October 30, 2012 (Subdistricts at Columbus High School)

Wahoo vs. Columbus Scotus - LOSS (22-25, 16-25, 19-25)

Please click HERE to view competition photos (courtesy of Ann Egr).

The Shamrocks grabbed an early lead in the first set at 11-5 before the Warriors put together a run of their own to come within one point at 11-10. From there, the set was a back-and-forth affair with Wahoo using a 3-0 run to take its first lead of the set at 22-21, but the Shamrocks closed out the Warriors with four straight points.  

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"We were playing some really good defense and got the momentum going on our side of the floor," Head Coach Trish Larson said. "Columbus Scotus is a very solid team that doesn't make a lot of mistakes and they took care of the ball and won the long rallies when is counted."
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The Shamrocks got an early lead in the second set with a 15-5 lead and never turned back.  

"It just seemed like we couldn't get anything going that second set. We started to play a little bit tight and less aggressive," Larson said. "You can't do that against good volleyball teams."  

In the third set, Wahoo took command and was ahead 16-9.  

"We knew that in order to beat this team, we had to go out swinging and the girls did just that." Larson said.

But it wasn't meant to be for the Warriors, and the Shamrocks took over the match with some key blocks and aggressive serving, ending it on a 16-3 run.  

"I am very proud of how our girls handled themselves against this team," said Larson. "They played with a lot of heart and never backed down. They gave it their all and that is all we can ask for."  

Darcy Barry - 8 Kills, 3 Aces, 2 Blocks, 21 Digs
Caroline Hohl - 4 Kills, 1 Ace
Jessica Krecklow - 4 Kills, 16 Digs
Samantha Grandgenett - 4 Kills, 2 Blocks,19 Digs
Gabby Shannon - 2 Kills, 2 Blocks
Laura Barry - 16 Assists, 13 Digs
Bailey Brigham - 2 Aces, 6 Digs
Riley Sleister - 7 Digs

Warrior VB Posts Nail-Biting 5-Set Subdistrict Victory over Lakeview
23-5 Wahoo Meets Columbus Scotus Tuesday at 7:00 p.m.

October 29, 2012 (Subdistricts at Columbus High School)

Wahoo vs. Columbus Lakeview - WIN (25-14, 22-25, 25-18, 20-25, 15-8)

Please click HERE to view competition photos (courtesy of Ann Egr).

Caroline Hohl - 21 Kills, 3 Blocks, 3 Aces
Darcy Barry - 12 Kills, 2 Blocks, 33 Digs, 2 Aces
Jessica Krecklow - 10 Kills, 1 Block, 17 Digs
Samantha Grandgenett - 10 Kills, 2 Aces, 18 Digs
Gabby Shannon - 4 Kills
Laura Barry - 49 Assists, 34 Digs, 2 Aces

PAST SEASON COMPETITION SUMMARIES/STATS:

Platteview Falls in Straight Sets at Home
Warrior Volleyball Advances to 22-5; Oct. 29-30 Subdistrict Bracket Posted

October 23, 2012 (at Home)

Wahoo vs. Platteview - WIN (25-14, 25-15, 25-18)

Caroline Hohl - 14 Kills, 2 Blocks
Darcy Barry - 9 Kills
Samantha Grandgenett - 8 Kills
Gabby Shannon - 7 Kills
Jessica Krecklow - 4 Kills
Jordan Baade - 1 Kill
Laura Barry - 34 Assists

Warrior Volleyball Scores Another Straight-Set Victory at Home over Beatrice
Wahoo Advances to 21-5

October 16, 2012 (at Home)

Wahoo vs. Beatrice - WIN (26-14, 25-11, 25-12)

Please click HERE to view competition photos (courtesy of Ann Egr).

Caroline Hohl - 12 Kills, 2 Blocks
Darcy Barry - 10 Kills, 32 Digs
Gabby Shannon - 8 Kills, 2 Blocks
Jessica Krecklow - 5 Kills, 27 Digs
Samantha Grandgenett - 4 Kills,13 Digs
Laura Barry - 30 Assists, 7 Digs
Bailey Brigham - 11 Digs
Riley Sleister - 7 Digs

Warrior Volleyball: 2012 NCC Conference Champions
Wahoo Defeats All Opponents in Straight Sets; Advances to 20-5

Conference Tournament Championship:

Wahoo vs DC West - (25-23, 25-22, 25-18)

Please click HERE to read the Fremont Tribune's tournament coverage.

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Warrior Volleyball: 2012 NCC Conference Champs!

Caroline Hohl - 12 Kills, 3 Blocks
Darcy Barry - 8 Kills, 19 Digs, 3 Aces
Gabby Shannon - 6 Kills, 1 Block
Samantha Grandgenett - 6 Kills, 2 Aces
Jessica Krecklow - 4 Kills
Laura Barry - 28 Assists

"I am very proud of how these girls competed today. It was a big week for us and to go 4-0 against some of the best teams in our conference is a huge accomplishment," said Head Coach Trish Larson.

Warrior Volleyball Sails Past Ft. Calhoun & Arlington in First Two Rounds of Conference Tourney
19-5 Wahoo Plays for Conference Championship Saturday

2012 Capitol Conference Tournament

The Capitol Conference Tournament is scheduled for Thursday, October 11 and Saturday, October 13. The tournament will be played at Wahoo, Syracuse, and Fort Calhoun High Schools.

Wahoo defeated both Fort Calhoun (25-13, 25-10, 25-13) and Arlington (25-16, 25-6, 25-16) in straight sets on Thursday night at Wahoo. Warriors will play for the Capitol Conference Championship on Saturday, Oct. 13 at 2:15 p.m. at Fort Calhoun High School.

GOOD LUCK WARRIORS!

Warrior Volleyball Defeats Syracuse in Three
Wahoo Advances to 17-5 Leading into Conference Tourney

October 9, 2012 (at Home)

Wahoo vs. Syracuse - WIN (25-21, 25-22, 25-21)

Please click HERE to view competition photos (courtesy of Ann Egr).

Darcy Barry - 12 Kills, 17 digs
Caroline Hohl - 10 Kills, 2 blocks
Samantha Grandgenett - 7 Kills
Jessica Krecklow - 7 Kills
Gabby Shannon - 6 Kills, 2 blocks
Laura Barry - 29 Assists, 4 Aces
Bailey Brigham - 10 digs
Riley Sleister - 6 digs

Wahoo Volleyball Team Facing Big Week

By Ron Powell / Lincoln Journal Star (10/9/2012)
    Click HERE to access website article.

In a week, the Wahoo volleyball team will know where it stands in the Nebraska Capitol Conference. The Warriors will also have a better idea about their wild-card possibilities for the Class C-1 state tournament, just in case a district championship isn't in the cards.

On Tuesday, the Class C-1 No. 9 Warriors (16-5) play host to a 19-2 Syracuse team that’s a strong Class C-1 ratings contender. Then comes the conference tournament Thursday and Saturday,  where Wahoo could get a rematch with Syracuse or a second showdown with 20-1 Douglas County West, another ratings contender whose only loss came to Wahoo on Sept. 24.

With defending state champion and second-ranked Columbus Scotus in their subdistrict in three weeks, the Warriors not only want to hoist the conference hardware this week, they want to raise their wild-card point average at the same time.

Wahoo has never been to the state volleyball tournament, and the team approaches each match this season as one that will help it  achieve that first trip.

"It's a huge week, and it's going to be tough,"€ Wahoo coach Trisha Larson said. "We need all the power points we can get with the district we have. It could make or break us."

Wahoo enters with the momentum of a second-place finish at the Ashland-Greenwood Invitational last month and a three-set road sweep of preseason rated Lincoln Lutheran last week. Wahoo split sets with Class B No. 2 Omaha Gross in the final of the Ashland-Greenwood tournament before falling.

On the way, however, Wahoo outlasted Lincoln Lutheran and a 16-7 Fillmore Central team in three sets and swept a 14-7 Ashland-Greenwood team for the second time this season.

The Warriors also have two wins against Omaha Concordia, last week'€™s No. 10 team in Class C-1. Three other losses for the Warriors are to ranked teams: Class C-1 No. 3 Norfolk Catholic, Class C-1 No. 4 Lincoln Christian, and Class B No. 10 Seward.

Wahoo rebounded in the Ashland-Greenwood tournament from a five-set loss to crosstown rival Bishop Neumann on Sept. 24, the day after handing DC West its first loss.

After the setback to Neumann, "we talked about how strong teams bounce back from a tough loss,"€ Larson said. "We learned from it and did much better in the (Ashland-Greenwood) tournament that weekend.

"Our schedule is tough, and that's by design,"€ the coach added. "€œWe want to challenge our girls throughout the season to make sure we'€™re ready for districts. I'm proud of how they've handled themselves against the bigger teams like Gross. They haven'€™t backed down."

The Warriors depend on offensive balance, a quick attack, strong defense and precision passing, serving and setting to make up for their lack of size. Darcy Barry, a 5-foot-5 senior outside hitter, leads with 146 kills and a team-high 251 digs. Her younger sister, 5-5 junior Laura Barry, is the setter and has 514 assists.

"Somehow I got the hops and the arm swing and my sister got the hands,"€ Darcy Barry said. "€œWe'€™ve played together a long time. We'€™ve developed a good connection."

Caroline Hohl, a 5-10 senior middle blocker, has 145 kills, while 5-8 junior outside hitter Jessica Krecklow (106 kills), 5-8 senior right side Samantha Grandgenett (99 kills) and 5-11 sophomore Gabby Shannon (92 kills, 30 ace blocks) are also important contributors offensively.

The top six servers have combined for 132 aces this season, meaning the Warriors are capable of running points in any rotation.

"It's amazing how much quicker we're running things now compared to earlier in the season," Laura Barry said. "It's neat to know wherever I put the ball, they can kill it. Our hitters find open spots and keep the (opposing) defense moving all the time."

Warrior Volleyball Takes Down Lincoln Lutheran in Straight Sets
Wahoo Advances to 16-5

October 2, 2012 (at Lincoln Lutheran)

Wahoo vs. Lincoln Lutheran - WIN (25-18, 25-23, 25-18)

Please click HERE to view competition photos (courtesy of Ann Egr).

Jessica Krecklow led hitters with 10 kills while Darcy Barry added 9 kills and 26 digs. Gabby Shannon had 6 kills and 4 ace blocks. Laura Barry dished out 27 assists. 

Warrior Volleyball Takes Second at Ashland Tournament
Wahoo Stands at 16-5

September 29, 2012 (Ashland Volleyball Tournament)

Wahoo - 2nd place (Omaha Gross - 1st place)

Wahoo vs. Plattsmouth - WIN (25-12, 25-10)
Wahoo vs Fillmore Central - WIN (25-18, 22-15, 26-24)
Wahoo vs Omaha Gross - LOSS (17-25, 26-24, 21-25)

Stats for Ashland Tournament:
Caroline Hohl - 41 kills, 5 blocks
Gabby Shannon - 25 Kills, 4 blocks
Darcy Barry - 25 kills, 79 digs, 5 Aces
Jessica Krecklow - 22 Kills, 44 digs
Samantha Grandgenett - 21 Kills, 31 digs
Laura Barry - 124 set assists, 7 Aces

Championship Match vs Omaha Gross:

The Lady Warriors earned second place against Class B, #2-rated Omaha Gross. Caroline Hohl led all hitters with 11 kills and .440 hitting efficiency. Jessica Krecklow and Samantha Grandgenett added 7 and 6 kills. 

Darcy Barry was relentless on defense with 21 digs and 2 ace serves. Laura Barry dished out 21 set assists.

"We are very proud of how these girls competed today. It was a very tough tournament and they rose to the occasion," said Head Coach Trish Larson. "The girls fought tooth and nail against a very powerful team and had them scrambling until the end." 

Warrior Volleyball Victorious at Ashland

September 27, 2012 (at Ashland)

Wahoo vs. Lincoln Lutheran - WIN (25-20, 17-25, 25-22)
Wahoo vs. Ashland-Greenwood - WIN (26-24, 25-18)

Lady Warrior Dominate D.C. West Triangular
Warrior Volleyball Now Stands at 11-3

September 24, 2012 (at D.C. West)

Wahoo vs. Fort Calhoun - WIN (25-11, 25-14)
Wahoo vs. D.C. West - WIN (26-24, 25-20)

Please click HERE to view competition photos (courtesy of Ann Egr).

Wahoo advances to 11-3 with wins over Fort Calhoun and D.C. West.

Hitters Darcy Barry and Caroline Hohl led the way at the net offensively, finishing with 17 and 16 kills respectively. Setter Laura Barry handed out 50 set assists for the night. 

Sophomore Gabby Shannon led the team with three blocks. Jessica Krecklow and Samantha Grandgenett added 11 kills.

“We were able to pass the ball really well tonight which kept us in our offense," Head Coach Trish Larson said. “Our tough serving and some key blocks allowed us to slow down their big hitters during crucial times."

Lady Warriors Clean House at Wahoo Triangular
Warrior Volleyball Takes Down Arlington & Ashland in Straight Sets

September 18, 2012 (at Home)

Wahoo vs. Arlington - WIN (25-15, 25-13)
Ashland-Greenwood vs. Arlington - 25-17, 24-26, 26-24 (Ashland wins)
Wahoo vs. Ashland-Greenwood - WIN (25-10, 25-14)

Please click HERE to read Fremont Tribune's coverage of this competition.

Wahoo stats vs. Arlington:
Darcy Barry - 8 kills, .583 hit eff.
Samantha Grandgenett - 5 kills, .500 hit eff.
Jessica Krecklow - 4 kills, .154 hit eff.
Caroline Hohl - 4 kills, .272 hit eff.
Gabby Shannon - 2 kills, .200 hit eff.
Laura Barry - 24 set assists

Wahoo stats vs. Ashland
Jessica Krecklow - 8 kills, .400 hit eff.
Darcy Barry - 7 kills, .700 hit eff., 5 ace serves, 4 digs
Caroline Hohl - 2 kills, .166 hit eff., 2 ace serves
Gabby Shannon - 5 kills, .500 hit eff.
Samantha Grandgenett - 1 kill, .333 hit eff., 1 ace serve, 2 digs
Lauren Crockett - 1 kill, .100 hit eff.
Laura Barry - 23 set assists

Lady Warriors Finish Second at Seward Invite
Warrior Volleyball Now Stands at 7-3

September 14, 2012 (at Seward)

Wahoo is now 7-3 on the season.

Wahoo vs. Schuyler: 25-23, 25-18
Wahoo vs. York: 25-17, 15-25, 15-16
Wahoo vs. Concordia: 27-25, 25-16
Wahoo vs. Seward: 25-15, 11-25, 19-25

Tournament Stats:
Darcy Barry: 38 Kills, 3 Aces
Caroline Hohl: 34 Kills, 3 Aces
Gabby Shannon: 18 Kills
Samantha Grandgenett: 17 Kills, 3 Aces
Jessica Krecklow: 15 Kills, 2 Aces
Bailey Brigham: 2 Aces

Warrior Volleyball Wins Big at Home vs. Yutan

September 13, 2012 (at Home vs. Yutan)

WIN (3 sets)
25-17, 25-14, 25-15

Please click HERE to view competition photos (courtesy of Ann Egr).

Stats:
Caroline Hohl - 13 kills, .384 hit eff, 6 blocks
Gabby Shannon - 5 Kills, .556 hit eff
Samantha Grandgenett - 7 kills, .400 hit eff, 18 digs
Jessica Krecklow - 5 kills, .294 hit eff, 12 digs
Darcy Barry - 6 kills, .210 hit eff, 14 digs
Laura Barry - 27 set assists, 3 Aces, 10 digs
Bailey Brigham - 6 digs
Riley Sleister - 6 digs

Warrior Volleyball Takes Runner-Up at Wahoo Invitational

September 1, 2012 (Wahoo Invitational)

POOL A:
    
Game #1:
        Wahoo defeated Concordia: 25-12, 25-20

    Game #2:
        Concordia defeated Roncalli: 25-16, 25-9

    Game #3:
        Wahoo defeated Roncalli: 25-11, 25-12

POOL B:
    
Game #1:
        Lincoln Christian defeated Crete: 25-10, 25-19

    Game #2:
        Lincoln Christian defeated Ord: 25-21, 25-17

    Game #3:
        Ord defeated Crete: 25-13, 25-17

Tournament Play:
    5th Place Game: Crete defeated Roncalli: 25-11, 25-17

    3rd Place Game: Ord defeated Concordia: 25-13, 25-19

    1st Place Game: Lincoln Christian defeated Wahoo: 25-15, 25-22

Runner Up: Wahoo
Champion: Lincoln Christian

Wahoo Stats:
Darcy Barry - 20 kills, 5 aces, 25 digs
Samantha Grandgenett - 12 kills, 4 aces, 11 digs
Gabby Shannon - 7 kills
Carline Hohl - 9 kills, 5 aces
Jessica Krecklow - 9 kills, 2 aces, 14 digs
Laura Barry - 55 assists, 5 aces, 10 digs
Bailey Brigham - 3 aces, 12 digs
Riley Sleister - 10 digs

Warrior Volleyball Opens 2012 Season with 3-Set Domination over R.C.
Warriors Host Saturday Tourney

August 30, 2012 (at Home)

WIN (3 sets)
25-11, 25-15, 25-8

The Wahoo volleyball team is off to a good start after sweeping Raymond Central in three sets by scores of 25-11, 25-15, 25-8.  

Hitters Caroline Hohl and Samantha Grandgenett led the way at the net offensively, while finishing with 10 and 8 kills respectively. Setter Laura Barry handed out 25 set assists and 3 kills.

Senior Darcy Barry led the team with 7 ace serves and 3 kills. Jessica Krecklow and Gabby Shannon added three kills.

"We served really well and with solid passing we were able to execute our offense tonight,"€ Head Coach Trish Larson said. "We have a very balanced offense and are able to move the ball around and execute from all areas."

The Warriors will host the 2012 Wahoo Invitational Tournament on Saturday, September 1, beginning at 10:00 a.m.

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2012 Warrior Volleyball Team

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Warrior Volleyball Seniors

#2 Scotus Downs #8 Warriors in C1-4 Subdistrict Volleyball Final

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