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5bef13d962accWarrior senior Blake Lacey was Wahoo's top dog on Nov. 30, posting 30 points in the Warriors' intense two-point overtime loss to Aurora in their season home opener.photo courtesy Kari Lacey

photo courtesy Kari Lacey

Warrior senior Blake Lacey was Wahoo's top dog on Nov. 30, posting 30 points in the Warriors' intense two-point overtime loss to Aurora in their season home opener.

Warrior Boys win big at home over Fort Calhoun!

3-2 Wahoo travels to Yutan Monday

2018-2019 SCHEDULE:
(Home games are in BOLD CAPS)

 Date  Opponent  Score
 November 29, 2018  @ Bennington  L (54-69)
 November 30, 2018  AURORA  L (74-76 OT)
 December 7, 2018  @ Wayne  W (72-64)
 December 8, 2018  @ Logan View/Scribner-Snyder  W (70-32)
 December 14, 2018  FORT CALHOUN  W (87-40)
 December 17, 2018  @ Yutan  7:30 p.m.
 December 18, 2018  LINCOLN LUTHERAN  7:45 p.m.
 December 28-29, 2018  HOLIDAY TOURNAMENT  TBD
 January 4, 2019  SYRACUSE  7:45 p.m.
 January 5, 2019  CRETE  4:30 p.m.
 January 11, 2019  @ Platteview  7:45 p.m.
 January 12, 2019  D.C. WEST  4:30 p.m.
 January 15, 2019  @ Raymond Central  7:45 p.m.
 January 18, 2019  NORFOLK CATHOLIC  7:45 p.m.
 January 21-26, 2019  NE Capitol Conference Tournament  TBD
 February 1, 2019  ARLINGTON  7:45 p.m.
 February 2, 2019  GRAND ISLAND CENTRAL CATHOLIC  4:30 p.m.
 February 5, 2019  @ Columbus Scotus  7:45 p.m.
 February 9, 2019  ASHLAND-GREENWOOD  4:30 p.m.
 February 16, 2019  @ Elmwood-Murdock  3:30 p.m.
 February 18-21, 2019  Subdistricts  TBD
 February 23, 2019  District Final  TBD
 March 7-9, 2019  State Tournament  TBD


No.  Name  Height   Gr. 
  2      Gerardo Madrid      6'0"  11
  3  Winston Cook  6'5"  12
  4  Trevin Luben  5'11"  12
  5  Blake Lacey  5'8"  12
 13  Trey Scheef  6'0"  11
 15  Brett Greenfield  6'1"  12
 22  Trevor Kasischke  5'11"  10
 24  Thomas Waido  6'3"  11
 25  Grant Crockett  5'9"  11
 30  Nick Oden  6'1"  12
 42  Karson Hesser  6'1"  12

Click HERE to view the entire boys basketball roster.
Head Coach: Kevin Scheef
Junior Varsity Coach: Mike Bomar
C Team Coach: Bryan Meyer
Volunteer Coaches: Dan Chvatal, Max Cook
Student Managers: Owen Hancock, Kamron Kasischke, Brandon Koranda, Brody Johnson, Dylan Simons, Kaden Christen, Cody Hesser, Jace Kaminski
Filmer: Jaiden Powers


The 2018 Wahoo Holiday Tournament will be played Friday and Saturday, Dec. 28-29 at Wahoo High School. Click HERE to view the bracket. GOOD LUCK WARRIORS!


December 17, 2018 (Away)
    Wahoo    xx    •    Yutan    xx

     1   2   3   4          F
 Warriors   x           x     (x)   x     (x)   x         xx
 Chieftains   x   x     (x)   x     (x)   x         xx



Warrior Boys win big at home over Fort Calhoun!
3-2 Wahoo travels to Yutan Monday
December 14, 2018 (Home)
    Wahoo    87    •    Fort Calhoun    40    W (Season Record: 3-2)

     1   2   3   4          F
 Warriors  27          25     (52)  19    (71)  16        87
 Pioneers  14  10     (24)   9     (33)   7         40



Warrior Boys Basketball posts weekend's second win @ Logan View
2-2 Wahoo hosts Fort Calhoun Dec. 14
December 8, 2018 (Away)
    Wahoo    70    •    Logan View/Scribner-Snyder    32    W (Season Record: 2-2)

     1   2   3   4          F
 Warriors  11          22   (33)  20     (53)  17        70
 Raiders   3   4     (7)  15     (22)  10        32


The Wahoo Warriors defeated the Logan View/Scribner-Snyder Raiders 70-32 on Saturday afternoon in Logan View.

The Warriors led 11-3 after one quarter, and increased the lead to 33-7 at halftime. The lead was 53-22 after three quarters, and reserves played most of the fourth quarter to take home the 70-32 victory.

Winston Cook led the Warriors with 21 points on 10-14 shooting from the field, to go with 7 boards. Blake Lacey had 13 points, 5 boards, 5 steals, and 5 assists. Karson Hesser added 10 points. Trevor Kasischke added 9 points.

Wahoo out rebounded Logan View 31-17, and forced 20 Raider turnovers.

“I feel really good about how we played today. We were active on the defensive end and really unselfish with the ball. We got really good ball movement today. It was important to get off to a good start today, with the pace that Logan View likes to play at, and we were able to do that,” said Head Coach Kevin Scheef.

Wahoo evened its record at 2-2 and will host Fort Calhoun on Friday night.  Logan View/S-S falls to 2-2.


Warrior Boys Basketball posts season's first win at Wayne
1-2 Wahoo travels to Logan View Saturday
December 7, 2018 (Away)
    Wahoo    72    •    Wayne    64    W (Season Record: 1-2)

     1   2   3   4          F
 Warriors  14          19     (33)  21     (54)  18        72
 Devils  21  18     (39)  11     (50)  14        64


The Wahoo Warriors defeated the Wayne Blue Devils 72-64 on Friday night in Wayne. 

Wayne jumped on the Warriors early, getting out to a 13-2 lead. Wayne led after one quarter 21-14. The Blue Devils maintained their lead throughout the second quarter, behind eight treys, and led 39-33 at halftime.

Baskets by Karson Hesser and Winston Cook to open the third quarter cut the lead to 39-37. A Cook trey cut the Wayne lead to 46-43, and moments later another Cook trey tied the game at 50. The Warriors would score the next 8 points to take a 58-50 lead behind baskets from Hesser, Blake Lacey, and two buckets from Cook.

Wahoo led 67-58 after a Trey Scheef lay up. The Blue Devils scored the next six points to cut the lead to 67-64 in the final 40 seconds. A free throw from Gerardo Madrid pushed the lead back to four at 68-64. Two Lacey free throws and a Cook bucket made the final 72-64.

“We will certainly take the win after starting out 0-2 last weekend, but we did not play at a very high level tonight,” said Head Coach Kevin Scheef. “Our defense was not very good, we are very impatient on offense, and we are a bad free throw shooting team right now. Winston Cook had a huge night for us with 39 points and 13 rebounds.”

Cook scored the first 19 points of the game for Wahoo, and finished with 39 points on 17-23 shooting from the field to go with 13 rebounds and 4 steals. Hesser also had a double-double with 10 points, 10 boards, and 6 assists. Lacey added 10 points and 4 assists.

Wayne was 8-15 from behind the arc in the first half. Wahoo outrebounded Wayne 36-20.

Wahoo improved to 1-2, and will travel to Logan View this afternoon, to take on the Raiders. Wayne dropped to 1-2.


Warrior Boys fall to Class B #6 Aurora in home OT thriller
0-2 Wahoo travels to Wayne Dec. 7
November 30, 2018 (Home)
    Wahoo    74    •    Aurora    76    L OT (Season Record: 0-2)

     1   2   3   4      OT        F
 Warriors   8          22     (30)  17     (47)  23      4         74
 Huskies  15  22     (37)  12     (49)  21      6         76


Wahoo's top scorers on Nov. 30 (from left): Blake Lacey (30 pts.), Winston Cook (21 pts.), and Karson Hesser (10 pts.). (photos courtesy Kari Lacey) 

The Wahoo Warriors were defeated by the Aurora Huskies in overtime 76-74 in the home opener on Saturday night in Wahoo.

Aurora jumped out to a 15-8 lead after one quarter. The lead grew to 37-22 late in the second quarter. Wahoo was able to close out the second quarter on an 8-0 run, with 6 straight points from Blake Lacey and a bucket from Trey Scheef, to cut the halftime lead to 37-30.

The lead was still at five late in the third quarter at 49-44, when Lacey hit a trey to cut the lead to 49-47 after three quarters.

Winston Cook scored the first 5 points of the fourth quarter to put Wahoo up 52-49. After Aurora scored the next 4 points, Thomas Waido scored to put Wahoo back up 54-53. Aurora went back up 59-56. Two Scheef free throws, and two Lacey buckets put Wahoo up 62-59. Another Lacey bucket and a Cook basket put Wahoo up 66-61 with 2:30 left in the game.

Aurora would score the next five points to tie it up at 66. A Karson Hesser basket put Wahoo up 68-66. An Aurora trey put Aurora up 69-68.  A Cook basket with 20 seconds left put Wahoo up 70-69. Aurora made one of two free throws with six seconds left to tie the game at 70. Wahoo’s shot at the buzzer was off the mark and the game went to overtime.

Aurora scored the first five points of overtime to go up 75-70. A Cook basket made it 75-72. After an Aurora free throw made it 76-72, another Cook basket made it 76-74. The Warriors got the ball back and had a chance to win it.  A three-point attempt was off the mark and the tip in at the buzzer did not go in, and Aurora escaped with the overtime win.

“It was a very exciting high school basketball game,” commented Head Coach Kevin Scheef. “Even though it did not go our way, it was fun to be a part of a great game like that. I was really proud of how our kids battled back in the second quarter and how they competed throughout the game. We had some inexperienced kids out on the floor, and I think they really grew up tonight. Baylor Schierman is a terrific basketball player, just as he was on the football field. Our inability to keep them off the glass to prevent second chance points, and our shot selection are things we have to get better at.”

Lacey led the Warriors with 30 points on 6-12 shooting from behind the arc. Cook added 21 points, 7 boards, and 5 assists. Hesser added 10 points and 5 boards. Scheef contributed 9 points. Waido added 6 boards.

The Warriors were outrebounded by the Huskies 36-26, and Aurora attempted 15 more free throws than Wahoo did.

Wahoo drops to 0-2 and will travel to Wayne on Friday night. Class B #5 Aurora improved to 2-0.


Warrior Boys lose to Class B #4 Bennington in season opener
0-1 Wahoo hosts Aurora Friday night
November 29, 2018 (Season Opener @ Bennington)
    Wahoo    54    •    Bennington    69    L (Season Record: 0-1)

     1   2   3   4          F
 Warriors  13          11     (24)   9      (33)  21         54
 Badgers  16  16     (32)  13     (45)  24         69


The Wahoo Warriors were defeated by the Bennington Badgers 69-54 in the season opener on Thursday night in Bennington.

Bennington led 16-13 after one quarter, and extended the lead to 32-24 at halftime. The Warriors were down 37-32 midway through the third quarter, when the Badgers went on a 12-1 run to break the game open at 49-33. Wahoo was able to get no closer than 11 the rest of the way.

Bennington outrebounded the Warriors 34-24, and shot 27 free throws to 4 for Wahoo.

Winston Cook led the Warriors with 19 points and 11 boards. Blake Lacey added 17 points on 5-7 shooting from three-point range, and 5 assists.

“Bennington is an excellent team, and we were going to have to play really well to have a chance at them, and that did not happen,” commented Head Coach Kevin Scheef. “We got outrebounded badly, and our ability to attack them and get to the line did not happen. This was a good game for us to play, to show us what we need to do to get better.”

Wahoo drops to 0-1 and will host a very talented Aurora team on Friday night.

2018-2019 Warrior Boys Basketball Team, back row (from left): Trevin Luben, Braden Harris, Nate Fox, Thomas Waido, Gerardo Madrid, Trey Scheef, Hayden Griego, Kyan Lausterer. Third row: Dylan Simons, Keegan Lowther, Trey Johnston, Andrew Waido, Caleb Malousek, Myles Simon, Trent Hallowell, Tate Nelson, Ben Thrasher, Grant Crockett, Isaiah Simon, Brody Jacobsen. Second row: Cody Hesser, Coach Dan Chvatal, Coach Bryan Meyer, Blake Lacey, Nick Oden, Winston Cook, Karson Hesser, Brett Greenfield, Coach Mike Bomar, Coach Kevin Scheef, Jase Kaminski. Front row: Kamron Kasischke, Brody Johnson, Micah Sears, Gage Sherman, Carson Lavaley, Trevor Kasischke, Jake Maas, Branden Koranda, Owen Hancock, Kaden Christen. (photo courtesy Studio 123)

Congratulations 2018-2019 Warrior Boys Basketball Seniors, from left: Blake Lacey, Brett Greenfield, Winston Cook, Karson Hesser, and Nick Oden. (photo courtesy Studio 123)

Warrior Boys win big at home over Fort Calhoun!

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