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5a09e527b5863Congratulations Warrior Wrestling: 2018 High Plains Tournament Champions!
Warrior Wrestler Sam Kolterman celebrated his 100th career win @ the Jan. 5 High Plains Tournament in Columbus! Kolterman is the first Warrior to reach this benchmark as a junior!
Congratulations Warrior Wrestling: 2017 Wahoo Invitational Champions!
Congratulations Warrior Wrestling: 2018 High Plains Tournament Champions!

Warrior Wrestling chalks up another dual victory @ Norris (42-31)

Conference Wrestling set for Saturday at Raymond Central

2017-2018 Varsity Wrestling Schedule
(Home competitions in BOLD)

 11/30/2017  v. Ft. Calhoun (A-G Triangular)  W 61-18
 11/30/2017  v. Ashland-Greenwood (A-G Triangular)  W 60-12
 12/02/2017  Cozad Invitational  Runners-Up
 12/8/2017  Boys Town Invitational  3rd place
 12/12/2017  v. Blair (West Point-Beemer Triangular)  W 42-33
 12/12/2017  v. West Point-Beemer (West Point-Beemer Triangular)  W 60-21
 12/16/2017  WAHOO INVITATIONAL  CHAMPIONS!
 12/21/2017  Nebraska City Dual  W 57-19
 12/30/2017  Bennington Dual Tournament
   v. Ralston
    v. Wayne
    v. Fairbury
    v. Bellevue East
    v. Omaha Skutt Catholic
 3rd place
    W 63-18
    W 60-13
    W 45-24
    L 35-39
    W 50-22
 01/05-06/2018  High Plains Comm. Tournament  CHAMPIONS!
 01/09/2018  North Bend Central Dual  W 48-27
 01/13/2018  Nebraska City Dual Tournament
   v. Seward
   v. Abraham Lincoln
   v. Crete
   v. York
   v. Fairbury
 3rd place
   W 42-21
   W 51-23
   W 52-26
   L 36-43
   W 49-24
 01/18/2018  Norris Dual  W 42-31
 01/20/2018  Conference Meet @ Raymond Central  10:00 a.m.
 01/27/2018  Papillion-LaVista Dual Tourney  8:00 a.m.
 01/30/2018  BISHOP NEUMANN DUAL (Sr. Night)  6:00 p.m.
 02/09/2018  District Meet @ Ft. Calhoun  TBD
 02/15/2018  State Tournament  TBD
 02/24/2018  Dual Wrestling Championship  TBD


2017-2018 Wahoo-Cedar Bluffs Wrestling Roster:

 Wt.  Name  Gr.
 106  Sebastian Lausterer   9
 113  OPEN  --
 120  OPEN  --
 126  Jordan Thorson  11
 126  Rolando Sotelo  10
 132  Trey Shanahan  10
 132  Sam DuBois   9
 138  Peyten Walling  10
 138  Cooper Hancock   9
 145  Bret Walker  12
 152  Josh Nuckolls  12
 160  Zane Bennett  11
 160  Grant Kolterman   9
 160  Eli Zeleny  12
 170  Tucker Hancock  12
 170  Kole Bordovsky  10
 170  Brody Specht   9
 182  Evan Divis  10
 182  Brandon Swahn  10
 195  Sam Kolterman  11
 220  Jack Sutton  11
 285   Coby Andresen-Ricketts       11 
 285  Harrison Siebenaler   9

Head Coach: Darold Foster
Assistant Coaches: Bernie Nicola, Clete Vrbka
Volunteer Coaches: John Sutton, Connor Shields, Tyrell Galloway, Corey Davis, Paul Sutton
Managers: Riley Harrell, Abby Boesiger, Kylee Edmonds, Jerstan Zeleny, Gabi Girmus, Wesly Malachi, Colin Ludvik, Jet Nuckolls, Isaiah Foster

RESULTS:

January 20, 2018 (Capitol Conference Meet @ Raymond Central)

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Warrior Wrestling chalks up another dual victory @ Norris (42-31)
Conference Wrestling set for Saturday at Raymond Central
January 18, 2018 (Dual @ Norris)
Wahoo 42  ||  Norris 31    WIN
   
Individual Results:
    106 - Sebastian Lausterer (Wahoo) won via forfeit (For.)    +6 Wahoo
    113 - Treyce Stutzman (Norris) won via forfeit (For.)    +6 Norris
    120 - Caden Stutzman (Norris) won via forfeit (For.)    +6 Norris
    126 - Clayton Williams (Norris) won by decision over Jordan Thorson (Wahoo) (Dec 7-1)    +3 Norris
    132 - Cooper Hancock PINNED Brandon Stolzer (Norris) (Fall 3:57)    +6 Wahoo
    138 - Peyten Walling PINNED Chris Richardson (Norris) (Fall 4:30)    +6 Wahoo
    145 - Bret Walker (Wahoo) PINNED Simon Johnson (Norris) (Fall 1:02)    +6 Wahoo
    152 - Matthew Harvey (Norris) pinned Josh Nuckolls (Wahoo) (Fall 2:47)    +6 Norris
    160 - Zachary Serna (Norris) won by decision over Grant Kolterman (Wahoo) (Dec 6-3)    +3 Norris
    170 - Tyler Pester (Norris) won by decision over Tucker Hancock (Wahoo) (Dec 9-6)    +3 Norris
    182 - Gavin Eason (Norris) won by major decision over Kole Bordovsky (Wahoo) (MD 15-5)    +4 Norris
    195 - Sam Kolterman (Wahoo) PINNED Dylan Meyer (Norris) (Fall 1:40)    +6 Wahoo
    220 - Jack Sutton (Wahoo) won via forfeit (For.)    +6 Wahoo
    285 - Brandon Swahn (Wahoo) won via forfeit (For.)
    +6 Wahoo

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Warrior Wrestling goes 5-1 in weekend's 6 duals; takes 3rd @ NE City Tourney
Wahoo travels to Norris for Thursday dual
January 13, 2018 (Nebraska City Dual Tournament)
Team Results: 1. Hastings, 2. York, 3. Wahoo, 4. Fairbury, 5. Waverly, 6. Tri County, 7. Nebraska City, 8. Crete, 9. Elkhorn, 10. Clarinda, 11. Abraham Lincoln, 12. Falls City, 13. Oakland-Craig, 14. Platteview, 15. Seward, 16. Southwest IA

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Congratulations Warrior senior wrestler Tucker Hancock on 100 career wins!
Hancock is the 14th Warrior Wrestler to reach this milestone in Wahoo's 50-year wrestling history.

Dual #1 (Round 1):    Wahoo 42  ||  Seward 21    WIN
   
Individual Results:
    106 - Sebastian Lausterer (Wahoo) won via forfeit    +6 Wahoo
    113 - Double Forfeit
    120 - Trason Snover (Seward) won via forfeit    +6 Seward
    126 - Double Forfeit
    132 - Trey Shanahan (Wahoo) won via forfeit    +6 Wahoo
    138 - Peyten Walling (Wahoo) PINNED Jordan Covert (Seward) Fall 0:38    +6 Wahoo
    145 - Bret Walker (Wahoo) WON by decision over Jake Wiesen (Seward) Dec 13-7    +3 Wahoo
    152 - Carson Core (Seward) won by decision over Josh Nuckolls (Wahoo) Dec 7-6    +3 Seward
    160 - Grant Kolterman (Wahoo) WON by decision over Caden Gardiner (Seward) Dec 8-2    +3 Wahoo
    170 - Tucker Hancock (Wahoo) PINNED Tyson Franklin (Seward) Fall 1:21    +6 Wahoo
    182 - Broc Lavelle (Seward) pinned Kole Bordovsky (Wahoo) Fall 3:31    +6 Seward
    195 - Sam Kolterman (Wahoo) PINNED Zach Ellingson (Seward) Fall 1:30    +6 Wahoo
    220 - Jordan Kavulak (Seward) pinned Brandon Swahn (Wahoo) Fall 0:38    +6 Seward
    285 - Jack Sutton (Wahoo) PINNED Dalton Abbott (Seward) Fall 0:16    +6 Wahoo

Dual #2 (Round 2):    Wahoo 51  ||  Abraham Lincoln (Council Bluffs) 23    WIN
   
Individual Results:
    106 - Tanner Potter (Abraham Lincoln) won by decision over Sebastian Lausterer (Wahoo) Dec 2-1    +3 Lincoln
    113 - Marcus Kritenbrink (Abraham Lincoln) won via forfeit    +6 Lincoln
    120 - Jude Ryan (Abraham Lincoln) won via forfeit    +6 Lincoln
    126 - Josh Boots (Abraham Lincoln) won via forfeit    +6 Lincoln
    132 - Trey Shanahan (Wahoo) PINNED Gage Sorensen (Abraham Lincoln) Fall 1:47    +6 Wahoo
    138 - Peyten Walling (Wahoo) PINNED Nash Sorensen (Abraham Lincoln) Fall 1:21    +6 Wahoo
    145 - Bret Walker (Wahoo) WON by decision over Sean Lorenzen (Abraham Lincoln) Dec 6-5    +3 Wahoo
    152 - Lanny Herzog (Abraham Lincoln) won by decision over Josh Nuckolls (Wahoo) Dec 9-4    +3 Lincoln
    160 - Grant Kolterman (Wahoo) PINNED Daniel Carson (Abraham Lincoln) Fall 2:36    +6 Wahoo
    170 - Tucker Hancock (Wahoo) PINNED Kaden Finch (Abraham Lincoln) Fall 1:33    +6 Wahoo
    182 - Kole Bordovsky (Wahoo) PINNED Joe Petry (Abraham Lincoln) Fall 1:28    +6 Wahoo
    195 - Sam Kolterman (Wahoo) PINNED Javier Huerta (Abraham Lincoln) Fall 0:48    +6 Wahoo
    220 - Jack Sutton (Wahoo) PINNED Ben Price (Abraham Lincoln) Fall 2:28    +6 Wahoo
    285 - Brandon Swahn (Wahoo) won via forfeit    +6 Wahoo
    (Abraham Lincoln's team score was adjusted by -1 point for Unsportsmanlike Conduct)

Dual #3 (Round 3):    Wahoo 52  ||  Crete 26    WIN
   
Individual Results:
    106 - Sebastian Lausterer (Wahoo) PINNED Angel DelToro (Crete) Fall 1:05    +6 Wahoo
    113 - Thomas Buchanan (Crete) won via forfeit    +6 Crete
    120 - Shawn Buchanan (Crete) won via forfeit    +6 Crete
    126 - Zachary Binder (Crete) won via forfeit    +6 Crete
    132 - Blake Sears (Crete) won by major decision over Trey Shanahan (Wahoo) Maj 16-3    +4 Crete
    138 - Peyten Walling (Wahoo) won by major decision over Elijah Clarke (Crete) Maj 13-3    +4 Wahoo
    145 - Bret Walker (Wahoo) won via forfeit    +6 Wahoo
    152 - Josh Nuckolls (Wahoo) won via forfeit    +6 Wahoo
    160 - Grant Kolterman (Wahoo) PINNED Nigel Bridger (Crete) Fall 1:36    +6 Wahoo
    170 - Tucker Hancock (Wahoo) PINNED Guilmar Estrada (Crete) Fall 3:52    +6 Wahoo
    182 - Kolton Johnson (Crete) won by major decision over Kole Bordovsky (Wahoo) Maj 15-3    +4 Crete
    195 - Sam Kolterman (Wahoo) won via forfeit    +6 Wahoo
    220 - Brandon Swahn (Wahoo) PINNED Cody Lomax (Crete) Fall 3:17    +6 Wahoo
    285 - Jack Sutton (Wahoo) PINNED Tate Bulling (Crete) Fall 2:39    +6 Wahoo

Dual #4 (Championship Bracket):    Wahoo 36  ||  York 43    LOSS
    Individual Results:
    106 - Thomas Ivey (York) won by decision over Sebastian Lausterer (Wahoo) Dec 5-3    +3 York
    113 - Oren Krumrei (York) won via forfeit    +6 York
    120 - Kaleb Eliker (York) won via forfeit    +6 York
    126 - Nate Streeter-Myers (York) won via forfeit    +6 York
    132 - Trey Shanahan (Wahoo) PINNED Gabe Hobbs (York) Fall 3:40    +6 Wahoo
    138 - Harrison Gocke (York) won by major decision over Peyten Walling (Wahoo) Maj 12-4    +4 York
    145 - Scott Fulsos (York) pinned Bret Walker (Wahoo) Fall 0:51    +6 York
    152 - Josh Nuckolls (Wahoo) PINNED Hayden Turner (York) Fall 3:46    +6 Wahoo
    160 - Grant Kolterman (Wahoo) PINNED Jacob Diaz (York) Fall 5:54    +6 Wahoo
    170 - Tucker Hancock (Wahoo) PINNED Chase Cotton (York) Fall 1:46    +6 Wahoo
    182 - Brayan Rodriguez (York) pinned Kole Bordovsky (Wahoo) Fall 0:56    +6 York
    195 - Sam Kolterman (Wahoo) PINNED Kobe Lyons (York) Fall 0:49    +6 Wahoo
    220 - Douglas Lazo (York) pinned Brandon Swahn (Wahoo) Fall 0:41    +6 York
    285 - Jack Sutton (Wahoo) PINNED Noah Stafursky (York) Fall 3:41    +6 Wahoo

Dual #5 (3rd Place Match):    Wahoo 49  ||  Fairbury 24    WIN
   
Individual Results:
    106 - Sebastian Lausterer (Wahoo) PINNED Autumn Branson (Fairbury) Fall 4:44    +6 Wahoo
    113 - Brock Beed (Fairbury) won via forfeit    +6 Fairbury
    120 - Carson York (Fairbury) won via forfeit    +6 Fairbury
    126 - Quinton Gwin (Fairbury) won via forfeit    +6 Fairbury
    132 - Trey Shanahan (Wahoo) PINNED Austin Barnts (Fairbury) Fall 1:45    +6 Wahoo
    138 - Peyten Walling (Wahoo) WON by decision over Logan Slater (Fairbury) Dec 3-2    +3 Wahoo
    145 - Bret Walker (Wahoo) PINNED Dawson DeBoer (Fairbury) Fall 1:38    +6 Wahoo
    152 - Josh Nuckolls (Wahoo) WON by major decision over Brandon Hinrichs (Fairbury) Maj 12-3    +4 Wahoo
    160 - Grant Kolterman (Wahoo) WON by decision over Marshall York (Fairbury) Dec 3-2    +3 Wahoo
    170 - Tucker Hancock (Wahoo) WON by decision over Ace York (Fairbury) Dec 2-1    +3 Wahoo
    182 - Seth Firmanik (Fairbury) pinned Kole Bordovsky (Wahoo) Fall 1:12    +6 Fairbury
    195 - Sam Kolterman (Wahoo) PINNED Zach Reikofski (Fairbury) Fall 1:15    +6 Wahoo
    220 - Brandon Swahn (Wahoo) PINNED John Kerwood (Fairbury) Fall 1:20    +6 Wahoo
    285 - Jack Sutton (Wahoo) PINNED Trent Grizzle (Fairbury) Fall 1:30    +6 Wahoo

On Saturday the Warriors headed down to Nebraska City for the “Rumble in River Country” Dual Tournament. Wahoo competed in five duals, going 4-1 and placing third out of sixteen teams.

Wahoo has been giving up the 113 and 120 pound weight classes all season, and this week Jordan Thorson, the team’s regular 126 pounder, was out with an illness, so in every dual the Warriors spotted the other team 18 team points.

Wahoo started off with a 42-21 win over Seward. The Warriors won 6 of the 9 contested matches in the dual, with 4 of the Warriors wins coming on pins.

The highlight of the second dual of the day, a 51-23 Wahoo win over Council Bluffs Abraham Lincoln, was senior Tucker Hancock winning his 100th career win. Hancock is the 14th wrestler in Wahoo history to hit the 100 win mark. The Warriors won 8 matches in this dual, with 7 by pin.

In Wahoo’s 3rd dual, they defeated Crete 52-26, winning 6 of the 8 contested matches, with 5 of those wins being by fall.

With the 3 dual wins, Wahoo moved on to the Championship pool, where they took their second dual loss of the season to York, 43-36. Wahoo won 6 of the 11 contested matches in the dual, all by pin, but the three open weight classes were too much to overcome. Freshman Grant Kolterman at 160 pounds had a huge pin in the dual, coming from behind and getting a pin with .06 seconds left in the match. Nuckolls also got a pin in his match that was going back and forth at 152 pounds. Jack Sutton weighed in at 220 pounds, but jumped up and wrestled five of his matches at 285. Against York, Sutton moved up to 285 and pinned the Class B, #1-ranked Noah Starfusky. Bret Walker was pinned at 145 pounds by an undefeated, #1-ranked Scott Fulsos, and Walling lost 12-4 to state-ranked Harrison Gocke. Trey Shanahan, Tucker Hancock and Sam Kolterman also had pins in the dual.

In their final dual of the day, the Warriors defeated Fairbury 49-24 to finish in 3rd place at the Nebraska City meet. Wahoo moved their season dual record to 14-2. The 14 wins ties the Wahoo season dual win record, which was set last season. Walling had the big win of the dual for the second time this week. Walling defeated Fairbury’s Logan Slater, ranked 3rd in Class B, by a 3-2 score. Walling had lost to Slater at the Bennington Duals by one point. Sam Kolterman had a first period pin over a state-ranked opponent. Wahoo won 10 of the 11 contested matches in the dual.

Grant Kolterman, Hancock, Sam Kolterman, and Sutton all went 5-0 on the day, with Shanahan, Walling and Walker finishing 4-1. Lausterer, Nuckolls, and Swahn also finished the day with winning records of 3-2.

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Warrior Wrestling continues strong season with 48-27 dual win @ North Bend
Wahoo prepares for Jan. 13 Nebraska City Dual Tournament
January 9, 2018 (Dual @ North Bend Central)
Wahoo 48  ||  North Bend Central 27    WIN
   
Individual Results:
    106 - Sebastian Lausterer (Wahoo) won via forfeit (For.)   +6 Wahoo
    113 - OPEN (forfeit)    +6 North Bend
    120 - OPEN (forfeit)    +6 North Bend
    126 - OPEN (both teams)    <no score>
    132 - Trey Shanahan (Wahoo) PINNED Braydn Manning (North Bend) (Fall 0:48)    +6 Wahoo
    138 - Peyten Walling (Wahoo) PINNED Brandon Wardman (North Bend) (Fall 2:59)    +6 Wahoo
    145 - Jacob Ray (North Bend) won via decision over Bret Walker (Wahoo) (Dec 3-0)    +3 North Bend
    152 - Josh Nuckolls (Wahoo) PINNED Ethan Mullally (North Bend) (Fall 1:23)    +6 Wahoo
    160 - Grant Kolterman (Wahoo) PINNED Joshua Strauss (North Bend) (Fall 3:52)    +6 Wahoo
    170 - Zachary Borer (North Bend) pinned Tucker Hancock (Wahoo) (Fall 1:18)    +6 North Bend
    182 - Dalton Miller (North Bend) pinned Kole Bordovsky (Wahoo) (Fall 5:06)    +6 North Bend
    195 - Sam Kolterman (Wahoo) PINNED Brock Ray (North Bend) (Fall 3:00)    +6 Wahoo
    220 - Jack Sutton (Wahoo) PINNED Tyler Obershaw (North Bend) (Fall 0:54)    +6 Wahoo
    285 - Brandon Swahn (Wahoo) won via forfeit (For.)    +6 Wahoo

The Wahoo Wrestling team, ranked 4th in Class B, traveled to North Bend last Tuesday to take on the Class C, 3rd ranked Tigers, and came away with a 48-27 victory.

Sophomore Peyten Walling had the biggest win of the night, pinning North Bend senior Brandon Wardman, ranked 5th in the state at 138 lbs. Walling had pinned Wardman the previous weekend at the High Plains Invite, with that being Wardman’s first loss of the year. 

Wahoo recorded five more pins in the dual, with Trey Shanahan (132), Josh Nuckolls (152), Grant Kolterman (160), Sam Kolterman (195) and Jack Sutton (220) all getting falls.

North Bend was missing a regular starter at 170 pounds due to illness, so the Tiger coaches adjusted their lineup, moving junior Zach Borer, a 2016 State Champion and 2017 3rd place finisher, up from 160 pounds to wrestle Tucker Hancock at 170 pounds. Borer won the match with a pin. North Bend also got wins from state-ranked Dalton Mueller over Kole Bordovsky, and state-ranked Jacob Ray over Bret Walker. Wahoo got forfeit wins at 106 pounds and 285 pounds from Sebastion Lausterer and Brandon Swahn.

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Warrior Wrestling: 2018 High Plains Invitational Champions!
Jack Sutton & Sam Kolterman take individual championships; Sam Kolterman posts 100th career win (1st-ever Warrior junior to reach 100 milestone)
January 5-6, 2018 (High Plains Tournament)

TEAM SCORES
1. Wahoo (174.5 pts.), 2. Battle Creek (157 pts.), 3. North Bend Central (151.5 pts.), 4. Schuyler (138 pts.), 5. David City (130.5 pts.), 6. Syracuse (114 pts.), 7. Adams Central (101 pts.), 8. Oakland-Craig (100 pts.), 9. Palmer (89.5 pts.), 10. Centennial (78 pts.), 11. Creighton Prep (77 pts.), 12. Kearney Catholic (70 pts.), 13. High Plains Community (67.5 pts.), 14. Boone Central/Newman Grove (57 pts.), 15. Columbus Scotus (44.5 pts.), 16. Tekamah-Herman (35 pts.), 17. Howells-Dodge (32 pts.), 18. Madison (27 pts.), 19. Columbus JV (25 pts.), 20. Harvard (21 pts.)

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Warrior Wrestler junior Sam Kolterman celebrated his 100th career win @ the Jan. 5 High Plains Tournament in Columbus!
Although 12 past Warrior Wrestlers have reached this mileston, Kolterman is the first to ever do it as a junior!

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS

106 - Sebastian Lausterer (11-8) placed 16th and scored 2 team points.
    Round 1 - Lausterer received a bye (Bye)
    Round 2 - Lausterer WON by fall over Callie Witt (North Bend Central) 4-16 (Fall 3:22)
    Round 3 - Daniel Tworak (Columbus Scotus) 8-4 won by fall over Lausterer (Fall 3:15)
    Round 4 - Logan Russell (High Plains Community) 24-0 won by tech fall over Lausterer (TF-1.5 4:55 (18-3))
    Round 5 - Lausterer WON by decision over Hadden Kuck (Palmer) 8-11 (Dec 5-0)

132 - Trey Shanahan (6-2) placed 5th and scored 14 team points.
    Round 1 - Shanahan WON by fall over Clay Gilg (Kearney Catholic) 2-8 (Fall 1:22)
    Round 2 - Shanahan received a bye (Bye)
    Round 3 - Shanahan received a bye
(Bye)
    Round 4 - Shanahan WON by fall over Jackson Johnson (Adams Central) 1-2 (Fall 1:19)
    Round 5 - Jacson Valentine (David City) 14-5 won by decision over Shanahan (Dec 9-4)
    Quarterfinal - Dylan Swenson (Oakland-Craig) 26-0 won by fall over Shanahan (Fall 5:09)
    Cons. Semi - Shanahan WON by fall over Calen Hinze (Columbus Scotus) 14-15 (Fall 2:57)
    5th Place Match - Shanahan won by forfeit over Cooper Hancock (Wahoo) 10-5 (For.)

132 - Cooper Hancock (10-5) placed 6th.
    Round 1 - Hancock received a bye (Bye)
    Round 2 - Hancock WON by decision over Malachi Hood (Adams Central) 3-6 (Dec 7-6)
    Round 3 - Hancock WON by fall over Drew Loosvelt (Columbus JV) 9-5 (Fall 1:06)
    Round 4 - Hancock WON by fall over Braydn Manning (North Bend Central) 0-11 (Fall 1:17)
    Round 5 - Dylan Swenson (Oakland-Craig) 23-0 won by tech fall over Hancock (TF-1.5 3:41 (17-2))
    Quarterfinal - Jacson Valentine (David City) 16-6 won by decision over Hancock (Dec 5-4)
    Cons. Semi - Hancock WON by tech fall over Garrett Sharman (High Plains Community) 15-10 (TF-1.5 4:11 (15-0))
    5th Place Match - Trey Shanahan (Wahoo) 6-2 won by forfeit over Hancock (For.)

138 - Peyten Walling (21-8) placed 5th and scored 12 team points.
    Round 1 - Walling received a bye (Bye)
    Round 2 - Walling received a bye (Bye)
    Round 3 - Walling WON by fall over Jackson Neville (Columbus Scotus) 16-10 (Fall 1:29)
    Round 4 - Walling WON by fall over Dallas Synder (Madison) 0-8 (Fall 1:14)
    Round 5 - Max Hughes (Syracuse) 18-1 won by fall over Walling (Fall 0:15)
    Quarterfinal - Justin White (David City) 19-1 won by fall over Walling (Fall 2:43)
    Cons. Semi - Walling WON by fall over Brandon Wardman (North Bend Central) 20-4 (Fall 1:34)
    5th Place Match - Walling WON by decision over Miguel Roman (Schuyler) 15-8 (Dec 8-2)

145 - Bret Walker (17-12) placed 5th and scored 12 team points.
    Round 1 - Walker WON by fall over Chet Wichmann (Palmer) 3-18 (Fall 0:58)
    Round 2 - Walker WON by fall over John Freed (Creighton Prep) 6-18 (Fall 1:08)
    Round 3 - Walker WON by fall over Tucker Scherbarth (Harvard) 7-9 (Fall 5:07)
    Round 4 - Walker WON by decision over Holden Cave (North Bend Central) 3-2 (Dec 7-1)
    Round 5 - Ty Heimes (Battle Creek) 22-2 won by decision over Walker (Dec 4-2)
    Quarterfinal - Nolan Barry (Adams Central) 23-3 won by major decision over Walker (MD 15-4)
    Cons. Semi - Walker WON by decision over Teran Sharman (Palmer) 13-9 (Dec 3-2)
    5th Place Match - Walker WON by decision over Wyatt Uhing (Oakland-Craig) 14-12 (Dec 9-2)

152 - Josh Nuckolls (25-5) placed 2nd and scored 23.5 team points.
    Round 1 - Nuckolls WON by fall over Angel Arcos (Creighton Prep) 0-7 (Fall 4:54)
    Round 2 - Nuckolls received a bye (Bye)
    Round 3 - Nuckolls WON by tech fall over Michael Hensley (Syracuse) 5-16 (TF-1.5 4:20 (15-0))
    Round 4 - Nuckolls WON by fall over Joshua Strauss (North Bend Central) 14-6 (Fall 1:49)
    Round 5 - Nuckolls WON by decision over Dylan Vodicka (David City) 14-4 (Dec 6-1)
    Quarterfinal - Nuckolls WON by decision over Ethan Mullally (North Bend Central) 21-7 (Dec 5-2)
    Semifinal - Nuckolls WON by fall over Blake Heller (Battle Creek) 20-6 (Fall 1:28)
    1st Place Match - Connor Donscheski (Palmer) 27-0 won in sudden victory - 1 over Nuckolls (SV-1 4-2)

160 - Eli Zeleny (1-3) placed 16th
    Round 1 - Spencer Wichmann (Palmer) 22-2 won by fall over Zeleny (Fall 1:10)
    Round 2 - Cody Knehans (Adams Central) 8-12 won by decision over Zeleny (Dec 10-6)
    Round 3 - Zeleny received a bye (Bye)
    Round 4 - Ryan Haskell (Madison) 15-4 won by fall over Zeleny (Fall 3:29)
    Round 5 - Zeleny WON by fall over Drayden Bellamy (Kearney Catholic) 2-9 (Fall 1:36)

160 - Grant Kolterman (14-14) placed 7th and scored 6 team points.
    Round 1 - Kolterman received a bye (Bye)
    Round 2 - Blayze Standley (Columbus JV) 1-2 won by decision over Kolterman (Dec 8-6)
    Round 3 - Kolterman WON by fall over Isaac Hernandez (Schuyler) 11-9 (Fall 2:21)
    Round 4 - Zachary Borer (North Bend Central) 20-0 won by fall over Kolterman (Fall 1:32)
    Round 5 - Kolterman received a bye (Bye)
    Quarterfinal - Miles Kulhanek (Howells-Dodge) 23-3 won by fall over Kolterman (Fall 5:15)
    Cons. Semi - Garrett Cornwell (Boone Central/Newman Grove) 22-4 won by decision over Kolterman (Dec 8-2)
    7th Place Match - Kolterman WON by fall over Remington Gay (Palmer) 10-11 (Fall 2:22)

170 - Tucker Hancock (19-5) placed 3rd and scored 13 team points.
    Round 1 - Hancock received a bye (Bye)
    Round 2 - Hancock received a bye (Bye)
    Round 3 - Hancock WON by fall over Joey Glogowski (Creighton Prep) 6-11 (Fall 1:40)
    Round 4 - Hancock received a bye (Bye)
    Round 5 - Hancock WON by decision over Dylan Horejsi (Howells-Dodge) 20-6 (Dec 3-1)
    Quarterfinal - Hancock WON by decision over Michael Hernandez (Schuyler) 17-5 (Dec 1-0)
    Semifinal - Joel Hines (North Bend Central) 21-0 won by decision over Hancock (Dec 4-3)
    3rd Place Match - Hancock WON by decision over Max Hansen (Tekamah-Herman) 21-6 (Dec 3-2)

182 - Kole Bordovsky (21-7) placed 2nd and scored 22 team points.
    Round 1 - Bordovsky received a bye (Bye)
    Round 2 - Bordovsky received a bye (Bye)
    Round 3 - Bordovsky received a bye (Bye)
    Round 4 - Bordovsky WON by fall over Justin Kuta (Palmer) 13-10 (Fall 0:48)
    Round 5 - Bordovsky WON by fall over Sebastien Fritz (Columbus Scotus) 4-4 (Fall 0:24)
    Quarterfinal - Bordovsky WON by fall over Xavier Vaughn (Creighton Prep) 12-11 (Fall 3:20)
    Semifinal - Bordovsky WON by decision over Timothy Markvicka (High Plains Community) 19-8 (Dec 4-3)
    1st Place Match - Dalton Mueller (North Bend Central) 20-2 won by fall over Bordovsky (Fall 4:45)

195 - Sam Kolterman (25-0) placed 1st and scored 32 team points.
    Round 1 - Kolterman received a bye (Bye)
    Round 2 - Kolterman received a bye (Bye)
    Round 3 - Kolterman WON by fall over Sam Hemberger (Adams Central) 5-15 (Fall 2:26)
    Round 4 - Kolterman WON by fall over Rosel Diaz (Schuyler) 10-7 (Fall 1:46)
    Round 5 - Kolterman WON by fall over Wayne Moore (David City) 9-5 (Fall 2:00)
    Quarterfinal - Kolterman WON by fall over Tony Pray (Creighton Prep) 18-7 (Fall 1:06)
    Semifinal - Kolterman WON by fall over Wren Allen (Columbus Scotus) 20-6 (Fall 2:58)
    1st Place Match - Kolterman WON by fall over Brock Ray (North Bend Central) 17-3 (Fall 5:20)

220 - Jack Sutton (26-1) placed 1st and scored 30 team points.
    Round 1 - Sutton received a bye (Bye)
    Round 2 - Sutton WON by fall over Elijah Wiezorek (Centennial) 0-3 (Fall 1:33)
    Round 3 - Sutton received a bye (Bye)
    Round 4 - Sutton WON by fall over Kolby Johnson (Madison) 13-7 (Fall 1:48)
    Round 5 - Sutton WON by fall over Jack Montag (Creighton Prep) 6-2 (Fall 1:14)
    Quarterfinal - Sutton WON by fall over Kayden Saurer (Adams Central) 8-11 (Fall 1:43)
    Semifinal - Sutton WON by fall over Garett Rollag (Creighton Prep) 20-4 (Fall 3:14)
    1st Place Match - Sutton WON by decision over Jesus Maganda (Schuyler) 17-2 (Dec 5-3)

285 - Brandon Swahn (10-3) placed 7th and scored 8 team points.
    Round 1 - Swahn received a bye (Bye)
    Round 2 - Swahn received a bye (Bye)
    Round 3 - Swahn WON by fall over Camble Jackson (Columbus JV) 0-10 (Fall 0:54)
    Round 4 - Swahn WON by fall over Alex Sammons (Harvard) 6-7 (Fall 1:01)
    Round 5 - Cody Bender (Centennial) 20-4 won by fall over Swahn (Fall 2:38)
    Quarterfinal - Jack Hasz (Creighton Prep) 22-3 won by fall over Swahn (Fall 0:54)
    Cons. Semi - Thai Thompson (Battle Creek) 12-11 won by decision over Swahn (Dec 6-4)
    7th Place Match - Swahn WON by fall over Angel Rojo (Schuyler) 10-10 (Fall 0:49)

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Warrior Wrestling: 2018 High Plains Invitational Champions!

The Warrior Wrestlers competed in the 49th annual High Plains Invite this weekend, and brought home the Championship Trophy, scoring 174.5 team points!

Wahoo has been going to this tournament since its inception, with this being their first High Plains/Clarks Tournament Championship since 1977. Twenty teams competed at the meet, with Battle Creek claiming the runner-up trophy with 157 points, and North Bend coming in third with 151.5 points.

Junior 195-pounder Sam Kolterman had a big meet all around. He won the weight class, going 6-0, with 6 pins over the two days. His first win of the meet was his 100th career win, making him only the 13th Wahoo wrestler ever to hit that milestone, and the first Wahoo junior to win 100 matches. To cap the tournament off, Kolterman was voted Outstanding Wrestler at the tournament, for the weight classes 152-285 pounds. Kolterman is 25-0 and ranked #1 in Class B, and #1 in the all-class power rankings at 195 pounds. 

Jack Sutton, a junior at 220 pounds with a 26-1 season record, also brought a home a gold medal. Sutton was 6-0 at the meet and defeated a Class A, 3rd-ranked wrestler from Creighton Prep in the semifinal, and a Class B, 4th-ranked wrestler from Schuyler in the finals.

Senior Josh Nuckolls (25-5) at 152 lbs., and sophomore 182-pounder Kole Bordovsky (21-7) both reached the finals and finished as runners-up. Nuckolls lost his finals match in overtime to an undefeated, #1-ranked wrestler from Palmer.

Tucker Hancock (19-5), a senior at 170 lbs., finished in 3rd place. Hancock’s only loss of the tournament was a 4-3 decision to an undefeated wrestler from North Bend.

Wahoo entered two wrestlers at 132 lbs., with sophomore Trey Shanahan placing 5th and freshman Cooper Hancock finishing in 6th place. Shanahan won the 5th place match over Hancock by a medical forfeit.

Sophomore Peyten Walling (138 pounds) and senior Bret Walker (145 pounds) both finished in 5th place. Walker had a busy two days with a full weight class, getting no byes and finishing 6-2 in the tournament.

Freshman Grant Kolterman at 160 pounds and sophomore Brandon Swahn at 285 pounds both came in at 7th place. Freshman Sebastion Lausterer was 2-2, but missed placing at 106, losing one of his matches to an undefeated, retuning State Champion from High Plains. Eli Zeleny was Wahoo’s second entry at 160 pounds, but missed the medal round.

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Warrior Wrestling takes 3rd place @ rigorous Bennington Dual Tournament
Wahoo prepares for this weekend's High Plains Tourney
December 30, 2017 (Bennington Dual Tournament)
Team Results: 1) Hastings, 2) Bellevue East, 3) Wahoo, 4) Omaha Skutt Catholic, 5) Fairbury, 6) Bennington, 7) Crete, 8) Ralston, 9) Ashland-Greenwood, 10) Wayne

Dual #1:    Wahoo 63  ||  Ralston 18    WIN
   
Individual Results:
    106 - Sebastian Lausterer (Wahoo) PINNED Max McNichols (Ralston) Fall 1:39    +6 Wahoo
    113 - Tommy Pham (Ralston) won via forfeit    +6 Ralston
    120 - Noah Talmadge (Ralston) won via forfeit    +6 Ralston
    126 - Jordan Thorson (Wahoo) PINNED DeSota Koziol (Ralston) Fall 2:35    +6 Wahoo
    132 - Cooper Hancock (Wahoo) WON by decision over Trey Talmadge (Ralston) Dec 3-2    +3 Wahoo
    138 - Peyten Walling (Wahoo) PINNED Tanner McChesney (Ralston) Fall 1:41    +6 Wahoo
    145 - Bret Walker (Wahoo) won via forfeit    +6 Wahoo
    152 - Josh Nuckolls (Wahoo) PINNED Gabriel James (Ralston) Fall 4:00    +6 Wahoo
    160 - Jacob Cutsor (Ralston) pinned Grant Kolterman (Wahoo) Fall 4:47    +6 Ralston
    170 - Tucker Hancock (Wahoo) PINNED Bobby Burrell (Ralston) Fall 4:28    +6 Wahoo
    182 - Kole Bordovsky (Wahoo) PINNED Austin Middleton (Ralston) Fall 2:20    +6 Wahoo
    195 - Sam Kolterman (Wahoo) PINNED Joe Tsubaki (Ralston) Fall 4:00    +6 Wahoo
    220 - Brandon Swahn (Wahoo) PINNED Ayden Fink (Ralston) Fall 1:22    +6 Wahoo
    285 - Jack Sutton (Wahoo) PINNED Aaron Fowler (Ralston) Fall 2:43    +6 Wahoo

Dual #2:    Wahoo 60  ||  Wayne 13    WIN
   
Individual Results:
    106 - Sebastian Lausterer (Wahoo) won via forfeit    +6 Wahoo
    113 - Double Forfeit
    120 - Reece Jaqua (Wayne) won via forfeit    +6 Wayne
    126 - Cameron Muhs (Wayne) won by major decision over Jordan Thorson (Wahoo) Maj 12-4    +4 Wayne
    132 - Trey Shanahan (Wahoo) PINNED Juan Vergara (Wayne) Fall 4:51    +6 Wahoo
    138 - Peyten Walling (Wahoo) PINNED Victor Kniesche (Wayne) Fall 2:20    +6 Wahoo
    145 - Bret Walker (Wahoo) PINNED Edwin Espino (Wayne) Fall 0:48    +6 Wahoo
    152 - Josh Nuckolls (Wahoo) won via forfeit    +6 Wahoo
    160 - Berto Vergara (Wayne) won by decision over Grant Kolterman (Wahoo) Dec 7-3    +3 Wayne
    170 - Tucker Hancock (Wahoo) won via forfeit    +6 Wahoo
    182 - Kole Bordovsky (Wahoo) won via forfeit    +6 Wahoo
    195 - Sam Kolterman (Wahoo) PINNED Daniel Maxson (Wayne) Fall 2:24    +6 Wahoo
    220 - Jack Sutton (Wahoo) PINNED Hunter Jorgensen (Wayne) Fall 0:46    +6 Wahoo
    285 - Brandon Swahn (Wahoo) won via forfeit    +6 Wahoo

Dual #3:    Wahoo 45  ||  Fairbury 24    WIN
   
Individual Results:
    106 - Sebastian Lausterer (Wahoo) PINNED Autumn Branson (Fairbury) Fall 1:19    +6 Wahoo
    113 - Brock Beed (Fairbury) won via forfeit    +6 Fairbury
    120 - Carson York (Fairbury) won via forfeit    +6 Fairbury
    126 - Quintin Gwin (Fairbury) pinned Jordan Thorson (Wahoo) Fall 0:58    +6 Fairbury
    132 - Austin Barnts (Fairbury) won by decision over Cooper Hancock (Wahoo) Dec 7-3    +3 Fairbury
    138 - Logan Slater (Fairbury) won by decision over Peyten Walling (Wahoo) Dec 3-1    +3 Fairbury
    145 - Bret Walker (Wahoo) PINNED Dawson DeBoer (Fairbury) Fall 1:50    +6 Wahoo
    152 - Josh Nuckolls (Wahoo) WON by decision over Brandon Hinrichs (Fairbury) Dec 6-1    +3 Wahoo
    160 - Grant Kolterman (Wahoo) PINNED Marshall York (Fairbury) Fall 5:04    +6 Wahoo
    170 - Tucker Hancock (Wahoo) WON by decision over Ace York (Fairbury) Dec 3-1    +3 Wahoo
    182 - Kole Bordovsky (Wahoo) WON by decision over Seth Firmanik (Fairbury) Dec 11-7    +3 Wahoo
    195 - Sam Kolterman (Wahoo) PINNED Zach Reikofski (Fairbury) Fall 1:21    +6 Wahoo
    220 - Brandon Swahn (Wahoo) PINNED John Kerwood (Fairbury) Fall 1:03    +6 Wahoo
    285 - Jack Sutton (Wahoo) PINNED Trent Grizzle (Fairbury) Fall 2:30    +6 Wahoo

Dual #4:    Wahoo 35  ||  Bellevue East 39    LOSS
    Individual Results:
    106 - Bryce Alderette (Bellevue East) pinned Sebastian Lausterer (Wahoo) Fall 1:15    +6 Bellevue E
    113 - Jacob Francois (Bellevue East) won via forfeit    +6 Bellevue E
    120 - Bryce Colby (Bellevue East) won via forfeit    +6 Bellevue E
    126 - Caelan Hester (Bellevue East) pinned Jordan Thorson (Wahoo) Fall 1:16    +6 Bellevue E
    132 - Cooper Hancock (Wahoo) PINNED Seth Walter (Bellevue East) Fall 0:26    +6 Wahoo
    138 - Peyten Walling (Wahoo) WON by major decision over Colton Patrick (Bellevue East) Maj 12-0    +4 Wahoo
    145 - Derek Wagstaff (Bellevue East) pinned Bret Walker (Wahoo) Fall 3:15    +6 Bellevue E
    152 - Josh Nuckolls (Wahoo) WON by major decision over Jacob Phillips (Bellevue East) Maj 13-0    +4 Wahoo
    160 - Amari Pyatt (Bellevue East) won by decision over Grant Kolterman (Wahoo) Dec 6-0    +3 Bellevue E
    170 - Tyler Nawrocki (Bellevue East) pinned Tucker Hancock (Wahoo) Fall 2:23    +6 Bellevue E
    182 - Kole Bordovsky (Wahoo) WON by decision over Josh Francois (Bellevue East) Dec 10-4    +3 Wahoo
    195 - Sam Kolterman (Wahoo) PINNED Charles Semanko (Bellevue East) Fall 2:16    +6 Wahoo
    220 - Brandon Swahn (Wahoo) PINNED Michael Palmquist (Bellevue East) Fall 1:25    +6 Wahoo
    285 - Jack Sutton (Wahoo) PINNED Ryan Kenny (Bellevue East) Fall 1:56    +6 Wahoo

Dual #5:    Wahoo 50  ||  Omaha Skutt Catholic 22    WIN
   
Individual Results:
    106 - Sebastian Lausterer (Wahoo) won by technical fall over Joey Thompson (Omaha Skutt Catholic) TF 15-0    +5 Wahoo
    113 - Caleb Lazure (Omaha Skutt Catholic) won via forfeit    +6 Skutt
    120 - Joey Orsi (Omaha Skutt Catholic) won via forfeit    +6 Skutt
    126 - Jordan Thorson (Wahoo) WON by decision over Tony Sloboth (Omaha Skutt Catholic) Dec 5-0    +3 Wahoo
    132 - Cooper Hancock (Wahoo) PINNED Dawson Radik (Omaha Skutt Catholic) Fall 1:45    +6 Wahoo
    138 - Nicholas Stoltenberg (Omaha Skutt Catholic) won by major decision over Peyten Walling (Wahoo) Maj 11-3    +4 Skutt
    145 - Stone Mendez (Omaha Skutt Catholic) won by decision over Bret Walker (Wahoo) Dec 4-2    +3 Skutt
    152 - Josh Nuckolls (Wahoo) PINNED Will Harr (Omaha Skutt Catholic) Fall 1:33    +6 Wahoo
    160 - Grant Kolterman (Wahoo) PINNED Sean Wells (Omaha Skutt Catholic) Fall 3:10    +6 Wahoo
    170 - Tucker Hancock (Wahoo) won via forfeit    +6 Wahoo
    182 - Eli Jansen (Omaha Skutt Catholic) won by decision over Kole Bordovsky (Wahoo) Dec 8-7    +3 Skutt
    195 - Sam Kolterman (Wahoo) won via forfeit    +6 Wahoo
    220 - Jack Sutton (Wahoo) PINNED Ben Altman (Omaha Skutt Catholic) Fall 3:56    +6 Wahoo
    285 - Brandon Swahn (Wahoo) PINNED Blake Brummer (Omaha Skutt Catholic) Fall 0:10    +6 Wahoo

The Wahoo Warrior Wrestling team had a successful day the Saturday after Christmas, in wrestling’s version of a “Holiday Tournament,” competing at the Bennington Badger Dual Tournament. Wahoo’s wrestlers had five duals and came out with a record of 4-1 on the day, finishing in 3rd place out of 10 teams. Hastings won the Team Championship, with Bellevue East finishing second. Wahoo’s dual record sits at 9-1 for the season.

The Warriors started the day with a 63-18 victory over Ralston. Wahoo is open at the 113 and 120-pound weight classes, so they gave up 12 team points on forfeits every dual, but the wrestlers did a nice job of recording pins throughout the day to make up for those lost points. The Warriors had nine falls against Ralston.

Next up, Wahoo defeated a Wayne team, which had several open weight classes, by a score of 60-13. The Blue Devils had 6 open weight classes, with Wahoo winning 5 of the 7 contested matches, all by fall.

In their third dual, the Warriors faced a traditionally tough Fairbury team that had a full squad. The Warriors came away with a 45-24 win. It looked like it could be a tough match-up at 195 lbs., with undefeated, #1-ranked Sam Kolterman wrestling Fairbury’s #4-ranked Zach Reikofsky. Kolterman dominated with a first period pin. Jack Sutton jumped up from his usual 220-lb. weight class and pinned football all-state lineman Trent Grizzle at 285 lbs.

The Wahoo Wrestlers lost their first dual meet of the season in the final match up of the pool play. The Warriors dropped a close dual to Bellevue East 39-35. Wahoo won 7 of the 12 contested matches, but the 12 points given up with the Warriors’ two open weight classes was too much to overcome.

Wahoo finished second in their pool, so was matched with the runner up of the other tournament’s pool for the medal round to compete for third place. Omaha Skutt had lost to Hastings and finished second in that pool.

In the Warriors’ first-ever dual meet with Class B’s #1-ranked Omaha Skutt, Wahoo wrestled tough and came out with a 50-22 victory to claim third place for the day! The Warriors had tough performances from several wrestlers that came up short as far as win/loss, but they kept the Warriors in the dual by not giving up pin points.

Warrior senior Bret Walker lost a 4-2 match with Skutt’s Stone Mendez, and Peyten Walling fought hard with Skutt’s Nicholas Stoltenberg. Both Skutt wrestlers earned medals at last year’s State meet. Kole Bordovsky lost an 8-7 match to Skutt State qualifier Eli Jansen. Brandon Swahn had the exciting match of the dual, blasting Skutt’s 285-lb. Blake Brummer for a .10 second pin. Also recording pins over Skutt were freshmen Cooper Hancock and Grant Kolterman, Josh Nuckolls and Sutton. Freshman Sebastian Lausterer recorded a 15-0 tech fall. Wahoo won 7 of the 10 contested matches in the dual.

Individually, Nuckolls, Sam Kolterman, Swahn and Sutton finished 5-0 on the day. Swahn and Sutton both weighed in at 220 lbs. and switched back and forth wrestling the 285-lb. spot. Trey Shanahan wrestled one of the duals at 132 lbs., and was 1-0 on the day.

Lausterer, Tucker Hancock and Bordovsky all were 4-1 at Bennington. Walling and Walker both went 3-2, while Jordan Thorson and Grant Kolterman were 2-3.

Sam Kolterman and Swahn were chosen for the “All Tournament Team” for the 195 and 220-lb. weight classes.

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Warrior Wrestling posts 9 pins in 57-19 win @ NE City!
Freshman Grant Kolterman celebrates late pin over senior opponent
December 21, 2017 (Dual @ Nebraska City)

Wahoo 57  ||  Nebraska City 19    WIN
    Individual Results:
    106 - Sebastian Lausterer lost by major decision to Reid Stracke (MD 12-0)    +4 NE City
    113 - OPEN (forfeit)    +6 NE City
    120 - OPEN (forfeit)    +6 NE City
    126 - Jordan Thorson PINNED Chance Sjulin (Fall 4:24)    +6 Wahoo
    132 - Cooper Hancock PINNED Nathan Hatch (Fall 2:26)    +6 Wahoo
    138 - Trey Shanahan PINNED Brayden Betts (Fall 1:44)    +6 Wahoo
    145 - Bret Walker WON by decision over Dylan Ramage (Dec 3-1)    +3 Wahoo
    152 - Josh Nuckolls lost by decision to Chris Adams (Dec 8-3)    +3 NE City
    160 - Grant Kolterman PINNED Jordan Moyer (Fall 5:01)    +6 Wahoo
    170 - Tucker Hancock PINNED Brady Rose (Fall 0:49)    +6 Wahoo
    182 - Kole Bordovsky PINNED Jakob Bennett (Fall 1:44)    +6 Wahoo
    195 - Sam Kolterman won via forfeit    +6 Wahoo
    220 - Brandon Swahn won via forfeit    +6 Wahoo
    285 - Jack Sutton PINNED Alfredo Valquier (Fall 0:29)    +6 Wahoo

The Wahoo Warrior Wrestling team braved icy roads and traveled to Nebraska City last Tuesday night, coming away with a 57-19 dual victory over the Pioneers.

The Warriors gave up two weight classes, giving up 12 team points at 113 and 120 pounds. Sam Kolterman and Brandon Swahn both had their hands raised with no opponent at 195 and 220 pounds.

The dual started at 220 pounds, so Jack Sutton was the first contested match of the night at 285 pounds. Sutton pinned his Nebraska City opponent in 29 seconds.

At 106 pounds, Sebastian Lausterer dropped a 12-0 major decision to the Pioneers.

Wahoo got rolling after that with three straight pins from Jordan Thorson at 126, Cooper Hancock at 132, and Trey Shanahan at 138 lbs.

Bret Walker won a hard-fought 3-1 match at 145 lbs. Josh Nuckolls lost an 8-3 match at 152 lbs.

Freshman 160-pounder Grant Kolterman came from behind to pin a tough Nebraska City upperclassman in the third period. Tucker Hancock and Kole Bordovsky recorded first period pins at 170 and 182 to finish out the matches.

Peyten Walling missed the dual after splitting his forehead open in practice and getting stitches. Walling is expected back for the Warriors’ next outing at the Bennington Dual Tournament on December 30.

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Warrior Wrestling: 2017 Wahoo Invite Champions!
Wahoo prepares for Dec. 21 dual @ NE City
December 16, 2017 (Wahoo Invitational)

TEAM SCORES
1. Wahoo (141.5 pts.), 2. Waverly (104.5 pts.), 3. Lincoln Pius X (97 pts.), 3. York (97 pts.), 5. Omaha Westside (93 pts.), 6. Malcolm (80 pts.), 7. Oakland-Craig (76 pts.), 8. Centennial (60 pts.), 9. Nebraska City (59.5 pts.), 10. East Butler (41 pts.), 11. Omaha Gross (39 pts.), 12. Bishop Neumann (35 pts.), 13. Ashland-Greenwood (21 pts.), 13. Friend (21 pts.), 15. Omaha Concordia (10.5 pts.)

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Congratulations Warrior Wrestling: 2017 Wahoo Invitational Champions!

INDIVIDUAL VARSITY RESULTS

106 - Sebastian Lausterer (5-4) scored 4 team points.
    Champ. Round 1 -  Lausterer WON by fall over Hunter Graham (Omaha Concordia) 4-8 (Fall 1:43)
    Quarterfinal - Michael Colling (Omaha Westside) 13-5 won by fall over Lausterer (Fall 1:35)
    Cons. Round 2 - Lausterer received a bye (Bye)
    Cons. Round 3 - Thomas Ivey (York) 12-6 won in sudden victory - 1 over Lausterer (SV-1 8-6)

126 - Jordan Thorson (8-7) placed 2nd and scored 14 team points.
    Round 1 - Thorson WON by decision over Nicholas Asche (Omaha Concordia) 5-3 (Dec 10-4)
    Round 2 - Jeromy E. Nielsen (Omaha Westside) 12-4 won by fall over Thorson (Fall 2:42)
    Round 3 - Thorson WON by fall over Cody Heise (East Butler) 2-5 (Fall 4:34)

132 - Cooper Hancock (2-1) placed 3rd and scored 12.5 team points.
    Quarterfinal - Dylan Swenson (Oakland-Craig) 14-0 won by fall over Hancock (Fall 2:45)
    Cons. Round 1 - Hancock received a bye (Bye)
    Cons. Semi - Hancock WON by fall over Nathan Hatch (Nebraska City) 2-4 (Fall 1:57)
    3rd Place Match - Hancock WON by tech fall over Nick McCarthy (Lincoln Pius X) 3-9 (TF-1.5 4:15 (18-3))

138 - Peyten Walling (14-4) placed 3rd and scored 18 team points.
    Champ. Round 1 - Walling received a bye (Bye)
    Quarterfinal - Walling WON by fall over Max Nordmeyer (Malcolm) 7-4 (Fall 1:31)
    Semifinal - Jefferson McNeill (Oakland-Craig) 12-1 won by decision over Walling (Dec 7-6)
    Cons. Semi - Walling WON by fall over Nicholas Abbott (Waverly) 5-10 (Fall 2:36)
    3rd Place Match - Walling WON by fall over Max Nordmeyer (Malcolm) 7-4 (Fall 2:13)

145 - Bret Walker (7-8) scored 6 team points.
    Champ. Round 1 - Walker WON by fall over Wyatt Uhing (Oakland-Craig) 8-6 (Fall 3:30)
    Quarterfinal - Gavin Avery (Centennial) 12-4 won in sudden victory - 1 over Walker (SV-1 5-3)
    Cons. Round 2 - Walker received a bye (Bye)
    Cons. Round 3 - Walker WON by decision over Benjamin Wilson (Omaha Concordia) 9-7 (Dec 6-5)
    Cons. Semi - Evan Canoyer (Waverly) 15-2 won by major decision over Walker (MD 12-2)

152 - Josh Nuckolls (14-3) placed 2nd and scored 18 team points.
    Champ. Round 1 - Nuckolls WON by fall over Conor Dempsey (Friend) 2-8 (Fall 1:00)
    Quarterfinal - Nuckolls WON by decision over Dalton Bohac (East Butler) 5-4 (Dec 4-2)
    Semifinal - Nuckolls WON by decision over Jordan Moyer (Nebraska City) 11-6 (Dec 3-2)
    1st Place Match - Kaleb Canoyer (Waverly) 15-1 won by decision over Nuckolls (Dec 9-2)

160 - Grant Kolterman (9-7) placed 4th and scored 7 team points.
    Quarterfinal - Kolterman WON by decision over Connor Weis (Omaha Gross) 5-6 (Dec 6-2)
    Semifinal - Greg Flack (Malcolm) 10-5 won by decision over Kolterman (Dec 8-1)
    Cons. Semi - Kolterman WON by decision over Uriah Lenz (Waverly) 4-7 (Dec 5-0)
    3rd Place Match - Colten Ratkovec (East Butler) 6-4 won by fall over Kolterman (Fall 4:23)

170 - Tucker Hancock (10-3) placed 2nd and scored 16 team points.
    Quarterfinal - Hancock WON by fall over Jacob Diaz (York) 10-8 (Fall 1:56)
    Semifinal - Hancock WON by decision over Matt Bruns (Lincoln Pius X) 12-2 (Dec 7-5)
    1st Place Match - Edwen Baptista (Friend) 12-1 won by decision over Hancock (Dec 5-3)

182 - Kole Bordovsky (12-5) scored 1 team point.
    Quarterfinal - Dalton Neemann (Waverly) 11-6 won by tech fall over Bordovsky (TF-1.5 6:00 (24-7))
    Cons. Round 1 - Bordovsky WON by decision over Drake Stuhr (Lincoln Pius X) 5-9 (Dec 14-7)
    Cons. Semi - Luke Fairbanks (Bishop Neumann) 12-3 won by decision over Bordovsky (Dec 7-6)

195 - Sam Kolterman (13-0) placed 1st and scored 24 team points.
    Quarterfinal - Kolterman WON by fall over Caleb Connelly (Omaha Gross) 3-7 (Fall 1:31)
    Semifinal - Kolterman WON by fall over Kobe Lyons (York) 5-2 (Fall 1:30)
    1st Place Match - Kolterman WON by fall over Steven Kerr (Lincoln Pius X) 8-4 (Fall 0:30)

220 - Jack Sutton (14-1) placed 1st and scored 22 team points.
    Quarterfinal - Sutton WON by fall over Michael Cisneros (Lincoln Pius X) 6-5 (Fall 2:41)
    Semifinal - Sutton WON by decision over Logan Schuelke (Waverly) 10-4 (Dec 7-1)
    1st Place Match - Sutton WON by fall over Caleb Cast (Centennial) 15-2 (Fall 2:19)

The Wahoo Warrior Wrestling team won their home invite on Saturday in dominating fashion. It is the second year in a row that the Warriors have kept their Championship trophy at home.

The Warriors scored 141.5 team points to outdistance runner-up Waverly, with 104 team points. There were 15 teams entered, with a mix of schools from Classes, A, B, C, and D. 

Wahoo had five wrestlers in the finals, two finishing with gold medals. Sam Kolterman was the 195-pound champion with three pins on the day. Kolterman stayed undefeated with a 13-0 record and recorded a 30-second pin over Steven Kerr from Lincoln Pius X in the finals. Jack Sutton moved his season record to 14-1 with a second period pin over Caleb Cast of Centennial in the 220-pound championship match.

Jordan Thorson (126), Josh Nuckolls (152), and Tucker Hancock (170) were all three Wahoo Invite Runners-up. Thorson and Hancock were 2-1 on the day, while Nuckolls got an extra match and finished 3-1.

Wahoo got a welcome addition to its line up, with freshman Cooper Hancock making it to the 132-pound weight class for the first time, and filling a spot that had been open. Hancock got off to a nice start, placing 3rd and finishing with a 2-1 record. Peyten Walling was 4-1 on the day at 138 lbs., and earned a 3rd place medal also.

Grant Kolterman was 2-2 in the tournament and placed 4th at 160 lbs.

Freshman 106-pound Sebastion Lausterer and 145-pound senior Bret Walker both won matches and scored team points, but just missed the medal round.

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Warrior Wrestling sweeps Blair & West Point-Beemer in on-the-road triangular!
Next: Wahoo Invitational Saturday
December 12, 2017 (West Point-Beemer Triangular)

Match #1:    Wahoo 42  ||  Blair 33    WIN
   
Individual Results:
    106 - Luke Bailey (Blair) won by decision over Sebastian Lausterer (Wahoo) Dec 7-3    +3 Blair
    113 - OPEN (forfeit)    +6 Blair
    120 - OPEN (forfeit)    +6 Blair
    126 - Walker Moore (Blair) won by fall over Jordan Thorson (Wahoo) Fall 1:08    +6 Blair
    132 - OPEN (forfeit)    +6 Blair
    138 - Peyten Walling (Wahoo) PINNED Hunter McClain (Blair) Fall 4:55    +6 Wahoo
    145 - Liam Landauer (Blair) won by decision over Bret Walker (Wahoo) Dec 3-2    +3 Blair
    152 - Josh Nuckolls (Wahoo) PINNED Humberto Almanza (Blair) Fall 5:13    +6 Wahoo
    160 - Grant Kolterman (Wahoo) PINNED Grant Rosenbaum (Blair) Fall 2:12    +6 Wahoo
    170 - Dalton Lewis (Blair) won by decision over Tucker Hancock (Wahoo) Dec 12-8    +3 Blair
    182 - Kole Bordovsky (Wahoo) PINNED Bill Rasmussen (Blair) Fall 3:07    +6 Wahoo
    195 - Sam Kolterman (Wahoo) PINNED Trevor Rutcosky (Blair) Fall 1:10    +6 Wahoo
    220 - Brandon Swahn (Wahoo) PINNED Lance Hume (Blair) Fall 3:22    +6 Wahoo
    285 - Jack Sutton (Wahoo) PINNED Brady Soukup (Blair) Fall 0:50    +6 Wahoo

Match #2:    Wahoo 60  ||  West Point/Beemer    21    WIN
    Individual Results

    106 - Sebastian Lausterer (Wahoo) won via forfeit    +6 Wahoo
    113 - OPEN (forfeit)    +6 West Point-Beemer
    120 - OPEN (forfeit)    +6 West Point-Beemer
    126 - Jordan Thorson (Wahoo) PINNED Ty Kaup (West Point-Beemer) Fall 3:44    +6 Wahoo
    132 - OPEN (forfeit)    +6 West Point-Beemer
    138 - Peyten Walling (Wahoo) PINNED Chase Eisenhauer (West Point-Beemer) Fall 0:41    +6 Wahoo
    145 - Ray Loftis (West Point-Beemer) by decision over Bret Walker (Wahoo) Dec 5-2    +3 West Point-Beemer
    152 - Josh Nuckolls (Wahoo) PINNED Nolan James (West Point-Beemer) Fall 0:17    +6 Wahoo
    160 - Grant Kolterman (Wahoo) PINNED Jake Harriger (West Point-Beemer) Fall 5:49    +6 Wahoo
    170 - Tucker Hancock (Wahoo) PINNED Ronny Petersen (West Point-Beemer) Fall 1:37    +6 Wahoo
    182 - Kole Bordovsky (Wahoo) PINNED Jamie Palm (West Point-Beemer) Fall 2:57    +6 Wahoo
    195 - Sam Kolterman (Wahoo) PINNED Joe Rodriguez (West Point-Beemer) Fall 1:23    +6 Wahoo
    220 - Jack Sutton (Wahoo) won via forfeit    +6 Wahoo
    285 - Coby Ricketts (Wahoo) PINNED Gary Walker (West Point-Beemer) Fall 3:17    +6 Wahoo

The Warrior Wrestlers started off a busy week with a Tuesday night trip to West Point for a triangular meet with Blair and West Point-Beemer.

The Wahoo team faced Blair in the first dual of the night and came away with a 42-33 victory over the Bears. Blair had won the team championship at the Boys Town Invite, with the Warriors finishing third just three days earlier, so the dual victory was a very nice win for the Wahoo Wrestlers. Blair scored 18 of their 33 team points with forfeits in three weight classes where Wahoo was open. Wahoo won 7 of the 11 contested matches in the dual.

Against West Point-Beemer, the Warriors came away with a 60-21 dual victory. Again the Warriors gave up 18 team points on forfeits, and the Cadets forfeited two weight classes. Wahoo won eight of the nine matches wrestled in the dual.

Sebastion Lausterer at 106 received a forfeit against West Point and lost a 7-3 match against Blair. Wahoo forfeited at the 113, 120, and 132-lb. weight classes in both duals. Jordan Thorson won by pin over West Point-Beemer at 126 pounds, and was pinned by Walker Moore, a two-time State Runner-up from Blair. Senior 145-pounder Bret Walker dropped a pair of close matches in the duals.

At 170 pounds Tucker Hancock wrestled Dalton Lewis of Blair, the same wrestler that had beaten Hancock in the Boys Town final a few days earlier. Lewis came out on top again by a score of 12-8. Hancock recorded a pin over West Point-Beemer.

Five of the Wahoo wrestlers recorded two pins on the night. Peyten Walling (138), Josh Nuckolls (152), Grant Kolterman (160), Kole Bordovsky (182), and Sam Kolterman (195) all pinned both of their opponents.

The Wahoo Coaches did a little tweaking of their line up in the upper weights against Blair, and it worked out to Wahoo’s benefit. Jack Sutton moved up a weight class and recorded a pin over Blair’s 285-pounder, and Brandon Swahn moved into the lineup at 220 and pinned his Blair opponent. Sutton received a forfeit against West Point-Beemer at 220, and Coby Ricketts assumed his regular spot at 285 and recorded a pin in that dual.

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Warrior Wrestling overcomes 4 open classes to take 3rd place at 2017 Boys Town Invite; brings home 10 medals (including 3 Gold!)
Next: Warriors head to Tuesday triangular @ West Point-Beemer
December 8-9, 2017 (Boys Town Invitational)

TEAM SCORES
1. Blair (195.5 pts.), 2. Schuyler (169.5 pts.), 3. Wahoo (154 pts.), 4. Beatrice (138 pts.), 5. Omaha Central (124.5 pts.), 6. Bennington (116 pts.), 7. Skutt Catholic (105.5 pts.), 8. Harlan, IA (96 pts.), 9. Ottumwa, IA (88 pts.), 10. Aurora (69.5 pts.), 11. Elkhorn (61.5 pts.), 12. Bellevue West (61 pts.), 13. Boys Town (60.5 pts.), 14. Omaha Northwest (55 pts.), 15. Gross Catholic (45 pts.)

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Warrior Wrestling took 3rd place at the Dec. 8-9 Boys Town Invite. Despite leaving 4 weight classes open, Wahoo brought home 8 medals, including 3 golds (above from left: Josh Nuckolls, Sam Kolterman & Jack Sutton) from the 4 who qualified for finals! (photos courtesy Darlene Kolterman)

INDIVIDUAL VARSITY RESULTS

126 - Jordan Thorson (5-5) placed 6th and scored 7 team points.
    Champ. Round 1 - Thorson received a bye (Bye)
    Quarterfinal - Nathanael Shoemaker (Ottumwa) 9-4 won by fall over Thorson (Fall 2:29)
    Cons. Round 2 - Thorson WON by decision over Mohamed Ukach (Omaha Central) 0-8 (Dec 5-4)
    Cons. Round 3 - Thorson WON by fall over Dalton McKinley (Harlan) 4-4 (Fall 3:00)
    Cons. Semi - Trevor Kluck (Aurora) 9-1 won by major decision over Thorson (MD 17-4)
    5th Place Match - Nathanael Shoemaker (Ottumwa) 9-4 won by decision over Thorson (Dec 5-2)

138 - Peyten Walling (9-3) placed 3rd and scored 16 team points.
    Champ. Round 1 - Walling received a bye (Bye)
    Quarterfinal - Miguel Roman (Schuyler) 6-5 won by decision over Walling (Dec 5-4)
    Cons. Round 2 - Walling WON by fall over Tyler Eaves (Harlan) 2-4 (Fall 2:04)
    Cons. Round 3 - Walling WON by major decision over Trenton Kluck (Aurora) 5-4 (MD 13-1)
    Cons. Semi - Walling WON by major decision over Isaac Jacobs (Bennington) 4-3 (MD 12-1)
    3rd Place Match - Walling WON by decision over Miguel Roman (Schuyler) 6-5 (Dec 8-6)

145 - Bret Walker (5-4) scored 7 team points.
    Champ. Round 1 - Walker WON by fall over Adam Gill (Boys Town) 1-5 (Fall 5:14)
    Quarterfinal - Devin DeLancey (Bennington) 4-2 won by fall over Walker (Fall 1:04)
    Cons. Round 2 - Walker WON by fall over Seth Wonch (Aurora) 3-4 (Fall 0:37)
    Cons. Round 3 - Robert Lauby (Elkhorn) 6-4 won by decision over Walker (Dec 2-1)

152 - Josh Nuckolls (9-2) placed 1st and scored 26.5 team points.
    Champ. Round 1 - Nuckolls WON by fall over Christian Cardenas (Gross Catholic) 0-4 (Fall 1:13)
    Quarterfinal - Nuckolls WON by tech fall over Daquandre Perry (Boys Town) 3-5 (TF-1.5 5:55 (16-1))
    Semifinal - Nuckolls WON by major decision over Tre`Vion Williams (Omaha Central) 9-2 (MD 10-2)
    1st Place Match - Nuckolls WON by decision over Caden Yrkoski (Schuyler) 8-2 (Dec 7-4)

160 - Grant Kolterman (5-5) placed 6th and scored 9 team points.
    Champ. Round 1 - Kolterman received a bye (Bye)
    Quarterfinal - Carter Bendorf (Harlan) 6-4 won by major decision over Kolterman (MD 8-0)
    Cons. Round 2 - Kolterman WON by fall over Nolan Carda (Bennington) 1-5 (Fall 1:57)
    Cons. Round 3 - Kolterman WON by fall over Andrew Johnston (Ottumwa) 3-5 (Fall 1:17)
    Cons. Semi - Kale Dawson (Bellevue West) 6-3 won by decision over Kolterman (Dec 3-2)
    5th Place Match - Carter Bendorf (Harlan) 6-4 won by major decision over Kolterman (MD 12-3)

170 - Tucker Hancock (7-1) placed 2nd and scored 20 team points.
    Champ. Round 1 - Hancock received a bye (Bye)
    Quarterfinal - Hancock WON by fall over John Goeschel (Bellevue West) 4-4 (Fall 1:42)
    Semifinal - Hancock WON by decision over Michael Hernandez (Schuyler) 8-2 (Dec 2-1)
    1st Place Match - Dalton Lewis (Blair) 8-0 won by decision over Hancock (Dec 7-6)

182 - Kole Bordovsky (9-3) placed 4th and scored 16.5 team points.
    Champ. Round 1 - Bordovsky WON by major decision over Bill Rasmussen (Blair) 2-5 (MD 14-4)
    Quarterfinal - Alex Byington (Elkhorn) 6-1 won by decision over Bordovsky (Dec 8-3)
    Cons. Round 2 - Bordovsky WON by fall over Chris Young (Bellevue West) 0-3 (Fall 3:47)
    Cons. Round 3 - Bordovsky WON by tech fall over Will Vanderheiden (Boys Town) 3-4 (TF-1.5 4:19 (16-1))
    Cons. Semi - Bordovsky WON by decision over Caleb Novak (Schuyler) 7-3 (Dec 3-2)
    3rd Place Match - Alex Byington (Elkhorn) 6-1 won by decision over Bordovsky (Dec 10-4)

195 - Sam Kolterman (8-0) placed 1st and scored 26 team points.
    Champ. Round 1 - Kolterman received a bye (Bye)
    Quarterfinal - Kolterman WON by fall over Teyler Phelps (Elkhorn) 3-4 (Fall 0:21)
    Semifinal - Kolterman WON by fall over Gerald Smith (Boys Town) 4-4 (Fall 1:15)
    1st Place Match - Kolterman WON by decision over NICK FOSS (Harlan) 7-1 (Dec 3-2)

220 - Jack Sutton (9-1) placed 1st and scored 26 team points.
    Champ. Round 1 - Sutton WON by fall over Brady Papineau (Aurora) 2-6 (Fall 0:40)
    Quarterfinal - Sutton WON by fall over Garett Menke (Bennington) 5-4 (Fall 1:30)
    Semifinal - Sutton WON by decision over Jerad Humble (Beatrice) 8-1 (Dec 9-2)
    1st Place Match - Sutton WON by decision over Jesus Maganda (Schuyler) 7-1 (Dec 7-6)

285 - Coby Ricketts (3-4)
    Champ. Round 1 - Angel Rojo (Schuyler) 4-4 won by fall over Ricketts (Fall 1:35)
    Cons. Round 1 - Coby Ricketts (Wahoo) 3-4 received a bye (Bye)
    Cons. Round 2 - Giovani Lopez (Gross Catholic) 4-3 won by fall over Ricketts (Fall 0:35)

The Wahoo Warrior Wrestling Team competed in a tough, two-day, 16-team tournament at Boys Town this past weekend and finished in 3rd place. Blair won the team championship with 195.5 points, Schuyler was the runner-up with 169.5, and Wahoo rounded out the top 3 with 154 team points.

The Warriors are still working at getting their line up to full strength. They entered 10 wrestlers out of the 14 weight classes. Out of those 10 wrestlers, they brought home 8 medals. Four of the Warriors reached the finals, with three earning Gold Medals.

152-lb. senior Josh Nuckolls was the first to reach the top of the podium. In the finals match, Nuckolls earned a 7-4 decision over Caden Yrkoski of Schuyler. Yrkoski owned two wins over Nuckolls last season, so it was a very nice win for the Wahoo senior. Nuckolls has started his season off with a 9-2 record.

In the 195 final, it was a battle of two very strong, outstanding athletes. Junior Sam Kolterman (8-0 and an all-state linebacker) wrestled Nick Foss (7-1 and an Iowa all-state running back from Harlan, who rushed for over 2,000 yards last season). Kolterman broke a 1-1 tie, scoring a takedown late in the third period to win the gold medal with a 3-2 score. The two wrestlers looked like a matched set, and Kolterman commented, “I felt like I was wrestling myself.”

At 220 pounds, junior Jack Sutton improved his season record to 9-1, and defeated a returning 220-pound State 4th place finisher, Jesus Maganda from Schuyler, in the finals match 7-6.

Tucker Hancock (7-1) wrestled in the 170 pound final and suffered his first loss of the season 7-6 to Dalton Lewis of Blair, to earn the silver medal. It was a very close match between two seniors with a lot of experience. They will see each other multiple times through the season, including a dual this coming week and at the District Tournament.

Peyton Walling, a sophomore at 138 pounds, improved his season record to 9-3 by going 4-1 at Boys Town and placing 3rd. Walling avenged an earlier round loss to Miguel Roman of Schuyler, by winning 6-5 in the 3rd place match.

Sophomore Kole Bordovsky, wrestling at 182 pounds, is 9-3 on the season and was 4-2 at Boys Town, finishing in 4th place  with two losses to Alex Byington of Elkhorn. 

Junior Jordan Thorson at 126 pounds and Freshman Grant Kolterman at 160 pounds both brought home 6th place medals. Both wrestlers are 5-5 on the season and were 2-3 on the day at Boys Town. 

At 145 pounds, senior Bret Walker (5-4) was 2-2 in the tournament and just missed the medal round when Robert Lauby of Elkhorn scored a last-second reversal in the 3rd round consolation match.

Junior Coby Ricketts, 3-4 on the season, rounded out the Warrior lineup at 285 pounds for the Boys Town Invite, but missed the medal stand. Ricketts actually weighs in at just a little over 220 pounds.

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Warrior Wrestling takes runner-up @ Cozad Invite!
Wahoo prepares for Friday's Boys Town Invite
December 2, 2017 (Cozad Invitational)

TEAM SCORES
1. Lexington (157.5 pts.), 2. Wahoo (146 pts.), 3. Alliance (143.5 pts.), 4. Sidney (133.5 pts.), 5. Plattsmouth (128 pts.), 6. Holdrege (117 pts.), 7. Gothenburg (106 pts.), 8. Adams Central (103.5 pts.), 9. Aurora (87 pts.), 10. Gering (85 pts.), 11. Cozad (76.5 pts.), 12. Seward (71 pts.), 13. McCook (57 pts.), 14. Chadron (48 pts.), 15. Ogallala (45 pts.)

INDIVIDUAL VARSITY RESULTS

106: Sebastian Lausterer (6th Place)
    Quarterfinals - Tristen Obermiller (Adams Central) wins by technical fall over Lausterer (TF 16-1 4:00)
    Cons. Round 3 - Lausterer WINS over Caden Svoboda (Aurora) (Inj. [time])
    Cons. Semis - Brayden Schmalz (Holdrege) wins by medical forfeit over Lausterer (M. For.)
    5th Place Match - Tanner Ostrander (Ogallala) wins by medial forfeit over Lausterer (M. For.)

126: Jordan Thorson
    Champ. Round 1 - Thorson WINS by fall over Landon Platter (Gothenburg) (Fall 1:45)
    Quarterfinals - Breckin Loftin (Cozad) wins by fall over Thorson (Fall 1:42)
    Cons. Round 2 - Jaxon Minnick (Alliance) wins by fall over Thorson (Fall 1:46)

138: Peyten Walling (4th Place)
    Champ. Round 1 - Walling WINS by fall over Zachary Nielsen (Plattsmouth) (Fall 3:18)
    Quarterfinals - Walling WINS by fall over Kysen Harris (Alliance) (Fall 3:30)
    Semifinals - Brody Raines (Sidney) wins by major decision over Walling (MD 14-3)
    Cons. Semis - Walling WINS by fall over Blake Hessler (Adams Central) (Fall 2:25)
    3rd Place Match - Julian Corona (Gering) wins by fall over Walling (Fall 1:49)

145: Bret Walker
    Quarterfinals - Nolan Barry (Adams Central) wins by major decision over Walker (MD 10-1)
    Cons. Round 2 - Walker (Wahoo) WINS by major decision over Cameron Schrad (Seward) (MD 15-5)
    Cons. Round 3 - Jacob Lemmon (Chadron) wins by decision over Walker (Dec 7-0)

152: Josh Nuckolls (5th Place)
    Champ. Round 1 - Nuckolls WINS by fall over Hunter Baker (Gothenburg) (Fall 1:49)
    Quarterfinals - Nuckolls WINS by major decision over Nathan Smock (Cozad) (MD 10-0)
    Semifinals - Tomas Margritz (Lexington) wins by decision over Nuckolls (Dec 9-5)
    Cons. Semis - Carter Pursley (Aurora) wins by decisino over Nuckolls (Dec 4-3)
    5th Place Match - Nuckolls WINS by decision over Dylon Zink (Ogallala) (Dec 10-3)

160: Grant Kolterman    
    Champ. Round 1 - Kolterman WINS by decision over Ozzy Fernau (Chadron) (Dec 4-2)
    Quarterfinals - Tyler Johnston (Holdrege) wins by major decision over Kolterman (MD 12-2)
    Cons. Round 2 - Brady Robb (Sidney) wins by fall over Kolterman (Fall 3:41)

170: Tucker Hancock (1st Place)
    Quarterfinals - Hancock WINS by fall over Vincent Nichols (Gothenburg) (Fall 3:37)
    Semifinals - Hancock WINS by over Bronson Newburn (Plattsmouth) (Fall 1:32)
    1st Place Match - Hancock WINS by decision over Riley Kopf (Lexington) (Dec 7-5)

182: Kole Bordovsky (2nd Place) 
    Champ. Round 1 - Bordovsky WINS by fall over Matthew Escamilla (Alliance) (Fall 3:25)
    Quarterfinals - Bordovsky WINS by fall over Lance Cattin (Chadron) (Fall 3:24)
    Semifinals - Bordovsky WINS by fall over Alec Langan (McCook) (Fall 1:01)
    1st Place Match - Prestin Melroy (Holdrege) wins by major decision over Bordovsky (MD 13-0)

195: Sam Kolterman (1st Place)
    Quarterfinals - Kolterman WINS by fall over Chase Callahan (Gothenburg) (Fall 1:09)
    Semifinals - Kolterman WINS by fall over Baily Hood (Alliance) (Fall 0:51)
    1st Place Match - Kolterman WINS by fall over Cody Ybarra (Gering) (Fall 3:30)

220: Jack Sutton (Wahoo) (3rd Place)
    Quarterfinals - Sutton WINS by fall over Kayden Saurer (Adams Central) (Fall 2:41)
    Semifinals - Bronson Titus (Holdrege) wins by decision over Sutton (Dec 6-5)
    Cons. Semis - Sutton WINS by fall over Trevor Nielsen (Plattsmouth) (Fall 0:51)
    3rd Place Match - Sutton WINS by fall over Noah Gugelman (Gothenburg) (Fall 0:42)

285: Coby Ricketts (Wahoo)    
    Quarterfinals - Jade Wurth (Lexington) wins by fall over Ricketts (Fall 0:41)
    Cons. Round 2 - Ricketts WINS by fall over Lane Hughes (Fall 1:40)
    Cons. Round 3 - Hunter  Cunningham (McCook) wins by fall over Ricketts (Fall 1:19)

The Wahoo Wrestling team headed west for the wrestling season opening weekend at the Cozad Invite. There were 15 Class B schools at the meet, which makes for a rugged, long one day tournament.

The Warriors had a good day and came home with the Runner-up Trophy! Lexington won the meet with 157.5 team points, and Wahoo finished in second place with 146 points. Alliance, Sidney, and Plattsmouth rounded out the top five.

Senior Tucker Hancock and junior Sam Kolterman led the way, with both winning 3 matches on their way to earning Championships. Hancock beat Riley Kopf of Lexington 7-5 to earn the 170-pound gold medal. Kolterman started the season as Huskermat’s number 1 ranked 195 pounder in Class B, and pinned his way through the tournament to reach the top of the podium. In the finals Kolterman pinned Cody Ybarra from Gering.

Kole Bordovsky, Wahoo’s sophomore 182 pounder, also reached the finals, but settled for second place, finishing the day 2-1. Bordovsky lost in the finals 13-0 to Preston Melroy from Holdredge. Melroy is the #1 ranked wrestler in Class B at 182 pounds. 

Jack Sutton, junior, entered the meet as the top-ranked 220 pounder in Class B, but settled for 3rd place after losing to 3rd ranked Bronson Titus from Holdrege in the semi-finals 6-5. Sutton was 3-1 on the day.

Sophomore Peyten Walling was 3-2 on the day at 138 lbs. and placed 4th. Josh Nuckolls, a senior at 152 pounds, also was 3-2 for the day and brought home a 5th place medal.

At 106 pounds, freshman Sebastian Lausterer was the victim of an illegal slam in the consolation wrestle backs. The tournament trainer would not allow Lausterer to finish the match or wrestle any more matches that day. He won the match in which he was slammed by disqualification of his opponent, and then forfeited two more matches and received a 6th place medal.

Every Wahoo wrestler entered won matches and contributed to the team score, including, 126-pound junior Jordan Thorson, 145-pound senior Bret Walker, 160-pound freshman Grant Kolterman, and 285-pound junior Coby Ricketts. 

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Warrior Wrestling opens season with dominant wins over Ft. Calhoun & Ashland
Wahoo prepares for Saturday Cozad Invite
November 30, 2017 (Ashland-Greenwood Triangular)

Match #1:    Wahoo 61  ||  Ft. Calhoun 18    WIN
    Individual Results:
    106 - Sebastian Lausterer PINNED Trey McCoy (Fall 1:51)    +6 Wahoo
    113 - OPEN (forfeit)    +6 Ft. Calhoun
    120 - OPEN (forfeit)    +6 Ft. Calhoun
    126 - Jordan Thorson PINNED Cameron Shaner (Fall 0:26)    +6 Wahoo
    132 - Rolando Sotelo fell to Dillon Dierks (Fall 1:25)    +6 Ft. Calhoun
    138 - Peyton Walling won via forfeit    +6 Wahoo
    145 - Bret Walker won via forfeit    +6 Wahoo
    152 - Josh Nuckolls PINNED Hunter Bolen (Fall 2:55)    +6 Wahoo
    160 - Grant Kolterman PINNED Troy Teeter (Fall 3:13)    +6 Wahoo
    170 - Tucker Hancock WON by decision over Justin Union (Dec 11-4)    +3 Wahoo
    182 - Kole Bordovsky WON by major decision over Ronnie Alberson (MD 11-3)    +4 Wahoo
    195 - Sam Kolterman won via forfeit    +6 Wahoo
    220 - Jack Sutton PINNED Joe Garcia (Fall 3:59)    +6 Wahoo
    285 - Coby Ricketts PINNED Seth Conrad (Fall 0:56)    +6 Wahoo

Match #2:    Wahoo 60  ||  Ashland-Greenwood 12    WIN
   
Individual Results:
    106 - Sebastian Lausterer PINNED Reign Kelley (Fall 1:37)    +6 Wahoo
    113 - OPEN (both teams)    <no score>
    120 - OPEN (forfeit)    +6 Ashland
    126 - Jordan Thorson PINNED Cody Grauerholz (Fall 0:34)    +6 Wahoo
    132 - Rolando Sotelo fell to Cooper Craig (Fall 0:27)    +6 Ashland
    138 - Peyton Walling won via forfeit    +6 Wahoo
    145 - Bret Walker WON by decision over Clay Allington (Dec 8-1)    +3 Wahoo
    152 - Josh Nuckolls won via forfeit    +6 Wahoo
    160 - Grant Kolterman  PINNED Trent Nafzinger (Fall 4:00)    +6 Wahoo
    170 - Tucker Hancock won via forfeit    +6 Wahoo
    182 - Kole Bordovsky PINNED Blake Kobs (Fall 1:43)    +6 Wahoo
    195 - Sam Kolterman  PINNED Brian Maguire (Fall 1:03)    +6 Wahoo
    220 - Jack Sutton WON by decision over Erik Pike (Dec 9-4)    +3 Wahoo
    285 - Coby Ricketts PINNED Ethan Hegwood (Fall 1:22)    +6 Wahoo

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Warrior senior Tucker Hancock wrestles his way to an 11-4 decision victory over Justin Union of Ashland-Greenwood at the Nov. 30 season-opening triangular at Ashland.
Wahoo opened their season with blowout wins over both AGHS and Ft. Calhoun.

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The Wahoo Warrior Wrestling team opened their season on Thursday, November 30, at Ashland in a triangular dual meet against two NCC Conference opponents.

First up, the Warriors wrestled against Fort Calhoun and earned a 61-18 victory. Wahoo is going to be giving up the 113 and 120 pound weight classes this season, so 12 of Fort Calhoun’s points came as forfeits for the empty weight classes.

In Wahoo’s second dual, the Warriors defeated Ashland-Greenwood 60-12.

At 106 lbs., Wahoo freshman Sebastian Lausterer got his high school career off to a great start. Lausterer pinned both of his opponents in the first period, with a 1:51 pin over Fort Calhoun and a 1:03 pin over Ashland-Greenwood. 

Wahoo junior 126 pounder Jordan Thorson also got off to a fast start with two quick pins. Thorson wrestled a total of one minute in both matches.

At 132 pounds, Wahoo sophomore Rolando Sotelo wrestled in his very first live competition. Sotelo was pinned in both of his matches, but gained valuable experience for improving as the season goes on.

Neither Fort Calhoun nor Ashland-Greenwood had 138 pound wrestlers, so Wahoo sophomore Peyton Walling received two wins by forfeit.

The forfeits continued with 145-pound senior Bret Walker receiving a forfeit against Fort Calhoun. Walker won an 8-1 decision against Ashland. Walker was a State Qualifier in 2016.

At 152 pounds, returning State qualifier Josh Nuckolls, a senior, pinned his Fort Calhoun opponent, and received a forfeit against Ashland-Greenwood.

Another freshman, Grant Kolterman, had a very nice debut, wrestling at 160 pounds. Kolterman won both of his matches by pin.

At 170 pounds, senior Tucker Hancock, a two time State qualifier, won an 11-4 decision over Fort Calhoun and received a forfeit against Ashland Greenwood.

Wahoo’s 182-pound sophomore Kole Bordovsky missed almost his entire freshman season with a broken thumb, but got his first varsity season off to a great start. Bordovsky pinned his Ashland-Greenwood opponent and had an 11-3 major decision over Fort Calhoun.

195-pound junior Sam Kolterman, two-time state qualifier and last year’s State runner-up at 182 pounds, received a forfeit against Fort Calhoun, and had a first period pin over Ashland-Greenwood.

Jack Sutton at 220 lbs., also a junior and two-time state qualifier and a State 4th place finisher from last season, had a pin over Fort Calhoun and a 9-4 win over Ashland-Greenwood.

Junior Coby Ricketts, wrestling at the 285 pound weight for the second year, looks much improved over last season and recorded two first period pins in the duals.

The Warriors will be missing junior Zane Bennett from the lineup for the first part of the season. Bennett is a two-time State qualifier, with 78 career wins. He is rehabbing from a summer time ACL knee surgery and is hopeful to be back on the mat in January.

 

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2017-2018 Warrior Wrestling Team, back row (from left): Sam Kolterman, Josh Nuckolls, Eli Zeleny, Coach Bernie Nicola, Coach Darold Foster, Coach Clete Vrbka, Tucker Hancock, Bret Walker, Jack Sutton. Middle row: Brandon Swahn, Zane Bennett, Peyten Walling, Grant Kolterman, Sam DuBois, Kole Bordovsky, Coby Andresen-Ricketts. Front row: Jett Nuckolls, Sebastian Lausterer, Trey Shanahan, Evan Divis, Brody Specht, Jordon Thorson, Cooper Hancock, Isaiah Foster. (photo courtesy Studio 123)

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2017-2018 Warrior Wrestling Seniors, from left: Tucker Hancock, Eli Zeleny, Josh Nuckolls, and Bret Walker. (photo courtesy Studio 123)

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