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5b7707fd5171dWahoo senior Zane Bennett pushes past a Nebraska City defender at home on Aug. 31. The Warriors posted a 54-19 victory over the Pioneers.photo courtesy Studio 123
Trevin Luben scores one of Wahoo's many touchdowns in the Warriors' Aug. 31 home victory over Nebraska City. Wahoo easily defeated the Pioneers 54-19.photo courtesy "Photo Joe" Vculek

photo courtesy Studio 123

Wahoo senior Zane Bennett pushes past a Nebraska City defender at home on Aug. 31. The Warriors posted a 54-19 victory over the Pioneers.

Warrior Football defeats Lakeview in season's final home game

7-1 Wahoo to close regular season Oct. 19 @ Scotus

2018 VARSITY SCHEDULE:
(Home games are in BOLD CAPS)

 Date  Opponent  Score
 August 24, 2018  @ Wayne  W 16-0
 August 31, 2018  NEBRASKA CITY  W 54-19
 September 7, 2018  @ Aurora  L 21-55
 September 14, 2018  @ Platteview  W 60-0
 September 21, 2018  WEST POINT-BEEMER  W 36-0
 September 28, 2018  RAYMOND CENTRAL (Homecoming)  W 75-6
 October 5, 2018  @ Bishop Neumann  W 14-12
 October 12, 2018  COLUMBUS LAKEVIEW (Sr. Night)  W (21-7)
 October 19, 2018  @ Columbus Scotus  7:00 p.m.
 October 26, 2018  1st Round Class C1 Playoff  TBA
 November 2, 2018  Quarterfinals Class C1 Playoff  TBA
 November 9, 2018  State Semifinals  TBA
 November 20, 2018  State Championship  TBA


SEASON RECORD: 7-1

Team Roster:
Click HERE to view the 2018 Warrior Football roster.

GAME RESULTS:

Warrior Football defeats Lakeview in season's final home game
7-1 Wahoo to close regular season Oct. 19 @ Scotus
October 12, 2018 (Home)
    Wahoo    21    ||    Columbus Lakeview    7    W (Season Record: 7-1)

    1   2   3   4           F
 Warriors   0   7          (7)  14         (21)   0          21
 Vikings   0   0          (0)   0           (0)   7           7

GAME STATS    |    CUMULATIVE SEASON STATS

Wahoo picked up their 3rd straight District win on Friday by defeating the Columbus Lakeview Vikings 21-7 on another night where field conditions were less than desirable. Wahoo stuck to its ground game and stingy defense to earn their 7th win of the 2018 season.

On offense the Warriors were led by Trevin Luben again, as he proved that he can carry a heavy load for the second week in a row. Luben ran for 226 yards on 31 carries with 2 rushing touchdowns. Wahoo struggled through the air again, though, going 3-10, with Cooper Hancock catching two of those passes for 21 yards, and Nate Fox with one catch for 5 yards. 

Defensively the Warriors were led by linebackers Kole Bordovsky and Sam Kolterman. Bordovsky had 16 tackles with 2 tackles for a loss, and Kolterman had 11 tackles with 1 tackle for a loss and 1 sack. Jack Sutton had another solid night inside with 10 tackles and 2 sacks, while Brandon Swahn had 8 tackles and 2 tackles for loss. Grant Kolterman and Cooper Hancock added 9 tackles each.

Next week Wahoo will travel to Columbus Scotus for the last game of the 2018 regular season. With a win Wahoo would clinch a District Championship for the 3rd year in a row.

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Warrior Football ekes past Neumann in low-scoring battle
6-1 Wahoo hosts Columbus Lakeview Oct. 12 (senior night)
October 5, 2018 (Away)
    Wahoo    14    ||    Bishop Neumann    12    W (Season Record: 6-1)

    1   2   3   4           F
 Warriors   0   7          (7)   7          (14)   0          14
 Cavaliers   0   6          (6)   6          (12)   0          12

GAME STATS    |    CUMULATIVE SEASON STATS

Wahoo found a way to win on Friday night in a game that experienced light rain for most of the night and a surface that was less than ideal. It was a very physical, hard hitting game where Wahoo struck first in the 2nd quarter when Trevin Luben scored from two yards out.

On offense the Warriors were led by Luben, who ran for 235 yards on 41 carries with 2 rushing touchdowns. Thomas Waido had a tough night, going 4 for 11 passing with 44 yards. Peyten Walling led all receivers with 3 catches for 41 yards. 

Defensively the Warriors were led by Sam Kolterman with 11 tackles, 3 tackles for a loss, 2 caused fumbles and 1 sack. Kole Bordovsky had 11 tackles. Brandon Swahn had 7 tackles and Gunnar Vanek had 6 tackles, 1 tackles for a loss, and 1 sack.

Next week Wahoo will host Columbus Lakeview for Senior Night for a very important District #4 contest.

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Warrior Football annihilates Raymond Central in 2018 Homecoming game
5-1 Wahoo travels across town for Oct. 5 Bishop Neumann match-up
September 28, 2018 (Homecoming)
    Wahoo    75    ||    Raymond Central    6    W (Season Record: 5-1)

    1   2   3   4           F
 Warriors  33  14          (47)  14          (61)  14         75
 Mustangs   0   0            (0)   6            (6)   0           6

GAME STATS    |    CUMULATIVE SEASON STATS    |    GAME PHOTOS (courtesy David Waido)

 

 
photos courtesy David Waido

Wahoo had another dominant performance on Friday Night as the Warrior Offense was clicking on all cylinders and scored on all but one possession.

On offense the Warriors were led by Trevin Luben, who ran for 110 yards on 12 carries with 3 rushing touchdowns. Colin Ludvik rushed for 122 yards on 7 carries and 2 touchdowns. Thomas Waido had a very efficient night going 7 for 10 passing with 89 yards. Cooper Hancock had 2 catches for 79 yards and 1 touchdown, Trevin Luben had 3 catches for 35 yards, and Luke Partridge had 2 catches for 21 yards.

Defensively the Warriors were led by Kole Bordovsky with 7 tackles, 1 tackle for a loss and 1 interception, Grant Kolterman with 8 tackles. And Jack Sutton with 6 tackles, 1 tackle for a loss and 1 sack. Brandon Swahn had 5 tackles, 3 tackles for a loss, and a fumble recovery.

On Special Teams Sam Kolterman scored a touchdown off of a 21-yard punt return, nearly dragging the Raymond Central punter into the end zone, and threw a 57-yard touchdown pass on a fake punt in the 2nd quarter.

Next week Wahoo will travel to Bishop Neumann on Friday for an important district game.

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Warrior Football hands West Point-Beemer first season loss with home shutout
4-1 Wahoo hosts Raymond Central for Sept. 28 Homecoming game
September 21, 2018 (Home)
    Wahoo    36    ||    West Point-Beemer    0    W (Season Record: 4-1)

    1   2   3   4           F
 Warriors   3  13          (16)  20          (36)   0          36
 Cadets   0   0            (0)   0            (0)   0           0

GAME STATS    |    CUMULATIVE SEASON STATS

Wahoo had another dominant performance on Friday Night as the Warrior Defense made it very difficult for the West Point Cadets to move the ball. West Point was held to 134 total yards on the evening.

On offense the Warriors were led by Trevin Luben, who ran for 224 yards on 26 carries with 4 rushing touchdowns. Thomas Waido had a very efficient night going 6 for 9 passing with 84 yards. Luke Partridge led all receivers with 4 receptions for 62 yards. Cooper Hancock had 2 receptions for 23 yards.

Defensively the Warriors were led by Kole Bordovsky with 13 tackles, and Sam Kolterman with 13 tackles and 1 tackle of a loss. Grant Kolterman had 7 tackles and 1 tackle for a loss.

Next week Wahoo will welcome Raymond Central (2-3) to town for the 2018 Homecoming match-up.

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Warrior Football leaves Platteview with huge 60-point shutout
3-1 Wahoo hosts West Point-Beemer Sept. 21
September 14, 2018 (Away)
    Wahoo    60    ||    Platteview    0    W (Season Record: 3-1)

    1   2   3   4           F
 Warriors  18  14          (32)  13          (45)  15          60
 Trojans   0   0            (0)   0            (0)    0           0

GAME STATS    |    CUMULATIVE SEASON STATS

Wahoo got back to their winning ways on Friday with a dominating performance versus conference foe Platteview.

On offense the Warriors were led by Trevin Luben, who ran for 201 yards on 23 carries with 6 rushing touchdowns. Freshman Colin Ludvik helped out with 126 yards rushing on 13 carries and 2 rushing touchdowns. Thomas Waido had a very efficient night going 7 for 9 passing with 86 yards. Cooper Hancock led all receivers with 4 receptions for 66 yards.

Defensively the Warriors were led by Kole Bordovsky with 11 tackles and 1 tackle for loss. Jack Sutton had 10 tackles and 3 tackles for loss. Luke Partridge and Trevin Luben both contributed in the secondary with interceptions.

Next week Wahoo will welcome undefeated West Point to town for a home match-up.

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Warrior Football suffers first season loss to top-ranked Aurora
2-1 Wahoo travels to Platteview Sept. 14
September 7, 2018 (Away)
    Wahoo    21    ||    Aurora    55    L (Season Record: 2-1)

    1   2   3   4           F
 Warriors   0  14          (14)   7           (21)    0          21
 Huskies  20  21          (41)   7           (48)    7          55

GAME STATS    |    CUMULATIVE SEASON STATS

Wahoo fell behind very quickly against Aurora as they struggled to slow down the Huskies’ aerial attack.  

On offense the Warriors took a while before they got on track, and that helped Aurora build a quick 20-point lead in the first quarter.

Offensively Wahoo was led by Trevin Luben on the ground running for 104 yards on 21 carries. and Thomas Waido with a career night, throwing 15-22 for 252 yards and 2 touchdowns. Luke Partridge led all receivers with 4 catches for 124 yards and a touchdown. Cooper Hancock had 4 catches for 46 yards and a touchdown. Nate Fox had 3 catches for 51 yards. 

Defensively the Warriors were led by Kole Bordovsky, Sam Kolterman and Trevin Luben, all registering with 9 tackles each. Kole Bordovsky also had a caused fumble.

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MEDIA ARTICLE


Wahoo LB Kolterman giving foes more to think about this season
Ron Powell, Lincoln Journal-Star (Sept. 3, 2018)

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2018 Warrior Football takes care of business in big home win over NE City!
2-0 Wahoo travels to top-ranked Aurora Sept. 7
August 31, 2018 (Home)
    Wahoo    54    ||    Nebraska City    19    W (Season Record: 2-0)

    1   2   3   4           F
 Warriors  14  28          (42)   0           (42)   12         54
 Pioneers   6   0            (6)   0            (6)   13         19

GAME STATS    |    CUMULATIVE SEASON STATS


Trevin Luben scores one of Wahoo's many touchdowns in the Warriors' Aug. 31 home victory over Nebraska City. Wahoo easily defeated the Pioneers 54-19. (photo courtesy "Photo Joe" Vculek)


Above two photos courtesy Studio 123

Wahoo jumped out to a 14-0 lead early in the 1st quarter and never looked back.

The Warriors were led by Trevin Luben on offense, who had a great game with 204 yards rushing and 3 touchdowns. Luben also had 20 yards receiving and 1 receiving touchdown, along with a 47-yard punt return.

Zane Bennett added 7 carries for 48 yards and 1 TD, and Colin Ludvig had 7 carries for 95 yards and 1 TD.

On defense the Warriors were led by Sam Kolterman with 5 tackles and 1 tackle for loss, Jack Sutton with 4 tackles and 1 tackle for loss, Kole Bordovsky with 4 tackles, 1 tackle for loss and 1 blocked punt. Thomas Waido and Carson Lavaley each had 1 interception.

Wahoo will travel to top-ranked Aurora on next Friday.

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2018 Warrior Football opens 2018 with shutout at Wayne!
1-0 Wahoo hosts Nebraska City Aug. 31
August 24, 2018 (Season Opener @ Wayne)
    Wahoo    16    ||    Wayne 0    W (Season Record 1-0)

    1   2   3   4           F
 Warriors   7   0           (7)   7          (14)    2         16
 Blue Devils   0   0           (0)   0           (0)    0          0

GAME STATS

The Warrior football team travelled to Wayne for the 2018 season opener, and came home with a hard fought victory. Wahoo’s special teams and defense carried the team, as the offense struggled to finish drives and score in the red zone.

The Warriors were led by Zane Bennett, who had 24 carries for 87 yards, and Thomas Waido, who went 10 for 18 passing for 70 yards. Wahoo’s leading receivers were Peyten Walling, with 5 catches for 44 yards, and Luke Partridge, with 2 catches for 12 yards. 

On defense Wahoo was lead by linebackers Kole Bordovksy with 17 tackles, 3 tackles for loss, 1 sack, and Sam Kolterman with 11 tackles, 2 tackles for loss, and 2 sacks. Grant Kolterman aso added 4 tackles, 2 tackles for loss, and 1 interception return for a touchdown.

On special teams the Warriors dominated with Sam Kolterman blocking a punt, and Cooper Hancock’s three punt returns for 67 yards. 

Wahoo will play Nebraska City next Friday at home.
 


2018 Warrior Football Team, back row (from left): Malachi Bordovsky, Ethan Pehrson, Mason Kreitzer, Joe Herrera, Colin Ludvik, Caden Tingelhoff, Ryan Olson, Andrew Waido, Myles Simon, Kyan Lausterer, Carson Lavaley, Wyatt Demaray, Curtis Swahn, Trent Hallowell, Ben Thrasher, Gavin Pokorny, Justin McEvoy, Brandon Hasenkamp, Keegan Lowther, Coach Jayme Iversen. Middle row: Coach Robert Barry, Coach Jayson Iversen, Sebastian Lausterer, Waylon Sherman, Jordan Broome, Matthew Holdsworth, Aaron Ickler, Sam DuBois, Cooper Hancock, Grant Kolterman, Landon King, Harrison Siebenaler, Justin Nuckolls, Zach Hamling, Brett Whitaker, Tate Nelson, Brody Specht, Noah Eivins, Jake Maas, Matthew Phillips, Coach Brandon Zetocka. Front row: Coach Chad Fox, Jesus Zaragoza, Nate Fox, Callan Phillips, Peyten Walling, Kalon Cooper, Trevin Luben, Thomas Waido, Gunnar Vanek, Sam Kolterman, Jack Sutton, Sheldon Johnson, Zane Bennett, Chris Murren, Kole Bordovsky, Luke Partridge, Logan Brabec, Brandon Swahn, Evan Divis, Rolando Sotelo, Connor Grandgenett, Coach Jon Herrera, Coach Clete Vrbka. Student managers: Jace Kaminski, Zach Fox, Braylon Iversen, Eli Shada, Josh Fox. (photo courtesy "Photo Joe" Vculek)


Congratulations 2018 Warrior Football Seniors, from left: Sheldon Anderdon, Sam Kolterman, Zane Bennett, Jack Sutton, and Chris Murren. (photo courtesy "Photo Joe" Vculek)

Warrior Football defeats Lakeview in season's final home game

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