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5bf2c5eaa2dfcCongratulations Sam Kolterman (195 lbs.), Zane Bennett (152 lbs.), and Jack Sutton (285 lbs.) on taking individual championships @ the Dec. 7-8 Boys Town Invitational!
On Nov. 29 Warrior senior Sam Kolterman earned his 132nd career win, setting a new school record! The previous record was set by Paul Sutton back in 2004.photo courtesy Darlene Kolterman
Congratulations Sam Kolterman (195 lbs.), Zane Bennett (152 lbs.), and Jack Sutton (285 lbs.) on taking individual championships @ the Dec. 7-8 Boys Town Invitational!

Warriors defeat West Point/Beemer, fall to Blair at on-the-road triangular

Wahoo hosts invitational Saturday

2018-2019 Varsity Wrestling Schedule
(Home competitions in BOLD)

 11/29/2018  FORT CALHOUN (Home Triangular)  W (70-6)
 11/29/2018  ASHLAND-GREENWOOD (Home Triangular)  W (60-0)
 12/01/2018  Bennington Invitational  3rd place
 12/07-08/2018  Boys Town Invitational  3rd place
 12/11/2018  West Point-Beemer (Blair Triangular)  W (59-12)
 12/11/2018  Blair (Blair Triangular)  L (26-43)
 12/15/2018  WAHOO INVITATIONAL  9:00 a.m.
 12/20/2018  NEBRASKA CITY DUAL  6:00 p.m.
 12/29/2018  Bennington Dual Tournament  9:00 a.m.
 01/04/2019  High Plains Comm. Tournament  10:00 a.m.
 01/05/2019  High Plains Comm. Tournament  10:00 a.m.
 01/08/2019  NORTH BEND CENTRAL DUAL  6:00 p.m.
 01/12/2019  Nebraska City Dual Tournament  10:00 a.m.
 01/15/2019  Bishop Neumann Dual  6:00 p.m.
 01/17/2019  NORRIS DUAL (Senior Night)  6:00 p.m.
 01/19/2019  Capitol Conference Meet @ Syracuse  10:00 a.m.
 01/26/2019  Papillion-La Vista Dual Tourney  8:00 a.m.
 02/02/2019  Dual Wrestling Championship  TBD
 02/08-09/2019  District Meet  TBD
 02/14-16/2019  State Tournament  TBD

 

2018-2018 Wahoo Wrestling Roster:

 Wt.  Name  Gr.
 106  Malachi Bordovsky   9
 113  Sebastian Lausterer  10
 120  Brandon Hasenkamp   9
 126  Jordan Thorson  12
 138  Trey Shanahan  11
 138  Colin Ludvik   9
 145  Peyten Walling  11
 152  Zane Bennett  12
 152  Gavin Pokorny   9
 160  Cooper Hancock  10
 170  Grant Kolterman  10
 182  Kole Bordovsky  11
 195  Sam Kolterman  12
 220  Brandon Swahn  11
 220  Nathan Mather  11
 285  Jack Sutton  12

Head Coach: Darold Foster
Assistant Coaches: Clete Vrbka
Volunteer Coaches: John Sutton, Connor Shields, Tyrell Galloway, Corey Davis
Managers: Abby Boesiger, Kylee Edmonds, Jerstan Zeleny, Gabi Girmus, Jet Nuckolls, Isaiah Foster, Caden Smart, Alicia Foster, Trevor Beavers, William Nielson

RESULTS:

December 15, 2018 (Wahoo Triangular)

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Warriors defeat West Point/Beemer, fall to Blair at on-the-road triangular
Wahoo hosts invitational Saturday
December 11, 2018 (Blair Triangular)

Match #1:    Wahoo 59  ||  West Point/Beemer 12    WIN
   
Individual Results:
    106 - Malachi Bordovsky PINNED Edward Pena (West Point-Beemer) (Fall 2:51)    +6 Wahoo
    113 - Sebastian Lausterer PINNED Steven Ornelas (West Point-Beemer) (Fall 0:45)    +6 Wahoo
    120 - OPEN (both teams)    <no score>
    126 - OPEN (both teams)    <no score>
    132 - OPEN (forfeit)    +6 West Point/Beemer   
    138 -
OPEN (forfeit)    +6 West Point/Beemer   
    145 -
Peyten Walling PINNED Garret Kaup (West Point-Beemer) (Fall 1:53)    +6 Wahoo
    152 - Trey Shanahan PINNED Arturo Barrios (West Point-Beemer) (Fall 1:25)    +6 Wahoo
    160 - Zane Bennett WON by tech fall over Jake Harriger (West Point-Beemer) (TF 19-3 2:50)    +5 Wahoo
    170 - Cooper Hancock PINNED Zach Paasch (West Point-Beemer) (Fall 1:25)    +6 Wahoo
    182 - Kole Bordovsky won via forfeit (For.)    +6 Wahoo
    195 - Sam Kolterman PINNED Jakob Andreasen (West Point-Beemer) (Fall 1:12)    +6 Wahoo
    220 - Brandon Swahn PINNED Rodrigo Villa (West Point-Beemer) (Fall 0:28)    +6 Wahoo
    285 - Jack Sutton PINNED Joe Rodriguez (West Point-Beemer) (Fall 1:50)    +6 Wahoo

Match #2:    Wahoo 26  ||  Blair 43    WIN
   
Individual Results:
    106 - Luke Bailey (Blair) won by decision over Malachi Bordovsky (Dec 8-3)    +3 Blair
    113 - Landon Templar (Blair) won by major decision over Sebastian Lausterer (MD 9-0)    +4 Blair
    120 - OPEN (forfeit)    +6 Blair
    126 - OPEN (forfeit)    +6 Blair
    132 - OPEN (forfeit)    +6 Blair
    138 - OPEN (forfeit)    +6 Blair
    145 - Charlie Powers (Blair) won by decision over Trey Shanahan (Dec 8-7)    +3 Blair
    152 - Liam Landauer (Blair) won by decision over Peyten Walling (Dec 5-1)    +3 Blair
    160 - Zane Bennett PINNED Treyton Jones (Blair) (Fall 0:42)    +6 Wahoo
    170 - Cooper Hancock WON by decision over Trey Lewis (Blair) (Dec 12-10)    +3 Wahoo
    182 - Kole Bordovsky WON by tech fall over Bill Rasmussen (Blair) (TF 15-0 4:00)    +5 Wahoo
    195 - Trevor Rutcosky (Blair) pinned Brandon Swahn (Fall 1:22)    +6 Blair
    220 - Sam Kolterman PINNED Lance Hume (Blair) (Fall 3:17)    +6 Wahoo
    285 - Jack Sutton PINNED Gabe Rand (Blair) (Fall 1:53)    +6 Wahoo

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Zane Bennett, Sam Kolterman & Jack Sutton all take championships @ Boys Town Invite
Wahoo finishes 3rd; travels to trianguar @ West Point-Beemer on Dec. 11
December 7-8, 2018 (Boys Town Invitational)

TEAM SCORES
1. Blair (227 pts.), 2. Skutt Catholic (180.5 pts.), 3. Wahoo (175 pts.), 4. Omaha Central (142 pts.), 5. Harlan (127 pts.), 6. Bennington (113 pts.), 7. Aurora (112.5 pts.), 8. Beatrice (109 pts.), 9. Ottumwa (99.5 pts.), 10. Schuyler (79.5 pts.), 11. Elkhorn (66 pts.), 12. Boys Town (50 pts.), 13. Omaha Northwest (39 pts.), 14. Omaha North (8 pts.), 15. Gross Catholic (4 pts.)


Left: Congratulations Zane Bennett on reaching 100 career wins! Right: Congratulations Jack Sutton, recipient of the "Outstanding Wrestler" award at the Dec. 7-8 Boys Town Invite!

INDIVIDUAL VARSITY RESULTS

106 - Malachi Bordovsky (5-2) placed 4th and scored 16 team points.
    Champ. Round 1 - Bordovsky received a bye (Bye)
    Quarterfinal - Bordovsky PINNED Hunter Anderson (Bennington) 2-3 (Fall 3:34)  
    Semifinal - Luke Bailey (Blair) 9-0 won by decision over Bordovsky (Dec 8-5)
    Cons. Semi - Bordovsky PINNED Bryce Karlin (Beatrice) 5-5 (Fall 4:34)
    3rd Place Match - Zach Ourada (Skutt Catholic) 9-2 won by decision over Bordovsky (Dec 9-3)

113 - Sebastian Lausterer (6-3) placed 4th and scored 12 team points. 
    Champ. Round 1 - Lausterer received a bye (Bye)
    Quarterfinal - Lausterer WON by decision over Dawson Goodwin (Ottumwa) 6-8 (Dec 8-2)
    Semifinal - Emilio Haynes (Omaha Central) 10-0 won by fall over Lausterer (Fall 3:11)
    Cons. Semi - Lausterer WON by decision over Tony Sloboth (Skutt Catholic) 6-6 (Dec 5-4)
    3rd Place Match - Landon Templar (Blair) 7-3 won by decision over Lausterer (Dec 10-7)

120 - Brandon Hasenkamp (4-2) scored 7 team points.
    Champ. Round 1 - Hasenkamp PINNED Colin Kiichler (Skutt Catholic) 2-3 (Fall 2:52)
    Quarterfinal - Denilson Martinez (Schuyler) 3-6 won by tech fall over Hasenkamp (TF-1.5 4:59 (20-4))
    Cons. Round 2 - Hasenkamp PINNED Zach Crouch (Elkhorn) 0-4 (Fall 3:00)
    Cons. Round 3 - Corbin Grace (Ottumwa) 12-3 won by major decision over Hasenkamp (MD 12-2)

152 - Zane Bennett (9-0) placed 1st and scored 30 team points.    CHAMPION
    Champ. Round 1 - Bennett PINNED Olvin Lopez (Schuyler) 2-5 (Fall 1:18)   
    Quarterfinal - Bennett PINNED Dawson Radik (Skutt Catholic) 5-5 (Fall 0:31)
    Semifinal - Bennett PINNED Brennan Smith (Omaha Northwest) 5-4 (Fall 0:45)   
    1st Place Match - Bennett PINNED Carter Pursley (Aurora) 4-1 (Fall 0:00)

160 - Cooper Hancock (5-2) placed 2nd and scored 22 team points.    RUNNER-UP
    Champ. Round 1 - Hancock PINNED Josh Karls (Elkhorn) 0-4 (Fall 1:19)
    Quarterfinal - Hancock PINNED Andrew Johnston (Ottumwa) 4-9 (Fall 0:38)   
    Semifinal - Hancock WON by decision over Randall Schindler (Omaha Northwest) 6-2 (Dec 11-4)
    1st Place Match - Brody Nelson (Beatrice) 8-0 won by decision over Hancock (Dec 8-3)

170 - Grant Kolterman (6-4) placed 6th and scored 8 team points.   
    Champ. Round 1 - Kolterman WON in sudden victory - 1 over Trey Lewis (Blair) 3-2 (SV-1 6-4)   
    Quarterfinal - Kolterman (Wahoo) 6-4 WON by major decision over Hunter Thompson (Bennington) 1-5 (MD 9-1)
    Semifinal - Carter Bendorf (Harlan) 7-2 won by decision over Kolterman (Dec 7-1)
    Cons. Semi - Trey Lewis (Blair) 3-2 won by injury default over Kolterman (Inj. 0:00)
    5th Place Match - Hayden Chaney (Skutt Catholic) 5-6 won by medical forfeit over Kolterman (M. For.)

182 - Kole Bordovsky (4-2) placed 2nd and scored 22 team points.    RUNNER-UP
    Champ. Round 1 - Bordovsky received a bye (Bye)
    Quarterfinal - Bordovsky PINNED William Marxsen (Schuyler) 4-6 (Fall 3:25)
    Semifinal - Bordovsky PINNED Henry Lutter (Bennington) 8-2 (Fall 1:16)
    1st Place Match - Alex VanDyke (Skutt Catholic) 6-0 won by decision over Bordovsky (Dec 9-2)

195 - Sam Kolterman (7-0) placed 1st and scored 28 team points.    CHAMPION
    Champ. Round 1 - Kolterman received a bye (Bye)
    Quarterfinal - Kolterman PINNED Mario Encarnacion (Schuyler) 4-5 (Fall 1:31)
    Semifinal - Kolterman PINNED Jacob Hilding (Omaha Central) 8-4 (Fall 3:09)
    1st Place Match - Kolterman WON by medical forfeit over Eli Jansen (Skutt Catholic) 6-2 (M. For.)

220 - Brandon Swahn (4-4) scored 3 team points.
    Champ. Round 1 - Swahn received a bye (Bye)
    Quarterfinal - Romeo Wright (Boys Town) 6-2 won by fall over Swahn (Fall 0:32)
    Cons. Round 2 - Swahn PINNED Meyer Sikes (Aurora) 0-3 (Fall 3:50)
    Cons. Round 3 - Lance Hume (Blair) 4-4 won by fall over Swahn (Fall 2:26)

285 - Jack Sutton (7-0) placed 1st and scored 27 team points.    CHAMPION
    Champ. Round 1 - Sutton received a bye (Bye)
    Quarterfinal - Sutton PINNED Isiah Guzman (Omaha North) 2-5 (Fall 2:33)
    Semifinal - Sutton WON by major decision over Derec Weyer (Harlan) 10-1 (MD 16-5)
    1st Place Match - Sutton PINNED Jacob Frezell-McClinton (Omaha Central) 8-3 (Fall 5:50)


Congratulations Sam Kolterman (195 lbs.), Zane Bennett (152 lbs.), and Jack Sutton (285 lbs.) on taking individual championships @ the Dec. 7-8 Boys Town Invitational!

The Wahoo Warrior Wrestling Team left the two-day meet on Friday night with an 18-point lead, and sat in first place. The Warriors could not hold on through the first two rounds of wrestle backs on Saturday morning, though.

For the second straight week, the Warriors battled illness, trying to get all of their wrestlers to weight classes where they can contribute. Returning state qualifier Peyten Walling and four-year starter Jordan Thorson were both out of the line up for the Boys Town meet.

When all was said and done, Wahoo settled for third place in the 15-team tournament. Blair claimed the Championship with 227 team points, followed by Omaha Skutt with 180.5 points, and then Wahoo with 175 points. Omaha Central and Harlan, Iowa rounded out the top five.

Wahoo was led by three seniors who all remain undefeated on the season.

One hundred and fifty-two pounder Zane Bennett won the Warriors’ first gold medal of the day, pinning Carter Pursley of Aurora, a senior returning state qualifier, in about a minute. Pursley was one of the top defensive players on Aurora’s state championship football team this last season. Bennett had four pins in the tournament, never going past the first period.

Sam Kolterman won the gold at 195 lbs., but only got to wrestle two matches. Kolterman had a first round bye, then two pins. In the finals Eli Jansen from Omaha Skutt, a returning state runner-up medalist, forfeited to Kolterman.

At 285 lbs., Jack Sutton is doing all he can to wrestle a very active style as a heavyweight. In his first match he scored eight takedowns before getting a second period pin, and in the semifinal, Sutton scored a16-5 major decision over a previously undefeated wrestler from Harlan, Iowa. In the finals Sutton grabbed seven takedowns and got the pin over Class A state-ranked Jacob Frezell-McClinton from Omaha Central, just as time expired. Sutton was voted the Boys Town Invitational “Outstanding Wrestler” for his efforts.

The Warriors had two more in the Championship finals, both coming away with silver medals. Sophomore Cooper Hancock was 3-1 in the tournament with two pins, dropping his finals match to Brody Nelson of Beatrice at 160 lbs. At 182 lbs., Kole Bordovsky went 2-1 at Boys Town, losing 9-2 to Alex VanDyke of Omaha Skutt. VanDyke was the 160-lb. Class “B” State Champion last season.

Freshman Malachi Bordovsky and sophomore Sebastian Lausterer both were 2-2 in the tournament and placed 4th at 106 and 113 lbs. At 170 lbs., sophomore Grant Kolterman was 2-1 in the tournament, before defaulting out with an injury and settling for a 6th place medal. 

Freshman Brandon Hasenkamp (120 lbs.) and junior Brandon Swahn (220 lbs.) both won matches in the tournament, but missed getting to the medal round.

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Warrior Wrestling takes 3rd place @ Bennington Invite
Wahoo travels to Boys Town Invite Dec. 7-8
December 1, 2018 (Bennington Invitational)

TEAM SCORES
1. Missouri Valley, IA (175.5 pts.), 2. Bennington (141.5 pts.), 3. Wahoo (139 pts.), 4. Elkhorn South (103 pts.), 5. Auburn (87 pts.), 6. Boys Town (62 pts.), 7. Omaha Northwest (59 pts.), 8. Mount Michael (54 pts.), 9. Fort Calhoun (18 pts.)

INDIVIDUAL VARSITY RESULTS

106 - Malachi Bordovsky (3-0) placed 1st and scored 15.0 team points.    CHAMPION
    1st Place Match - Bordovsky WON by major decision over Trey McCoy (Fort Calhoun) 1-2 (MD 12-0)

113 - Sebastian Lausterer (4-1) placed 3rd and scored 12.0 team points.
    Quarterfinal - Lausterer received a bye (Bye)
    Semifinal - Sam Kyle (Missouri Valley) 5-1 won by decision over Lausterer (Dec 6-0)
    Cons. Semi - Lausterer WON by fall over Tyler Haney (Boys Town) 1-2 (Fall 1:54)
    3rd Place Match - Lausterer PINNED Walker Behnken (Bennington) 2-2 (Fall 1:53)

145 - Peyten Walling (5-1) placed 3rd and scored 15.0 team points.
    Quarterfinal - Walling PINNED Jeff Carson (Boys Town) 1-3 (Fall 0:39)
    Semifinal - Duke Kyle (Missouri Valley) 6-0 won by fall over Walling (Fall 1:54)
    Cons. Semi - Walling WON by major decision over Nick Groth (Elkhorn South) 1-2 (MD 13-4)
    3rd Place Match - Walling PINNED Kaw Doh Htoo (Omaha Northwest) 2-2 (Fall 0:33)

152 - Zane Bennett (5-0) placed 1st and scored 20.0 team points.    CHAMPION
    Quarterfinal - Bennett PINNED Jacob Rapoza (Mount Michael) 0-2 (Fall 0:33)
    Semifinal - Bennett WON by decision over Brennan Smith (Omaha Northwest) 3-1 (Dec 9-5)
    1st Place Match - Bennett WON by decision over Connor Lange (Missouri Valley) 5-1 (Dec 7-3)

160 - Cooper Hancock (2-2)
    Quarterfinal - Adam Gill (Boys Town) 2-2 won by decision over Hancock (Dec 6-1)
    Cons. Round 1 - Ryan Green (Bennington) 1-2 won by forfeit over Hancock (For.)

170 - Grant Kolterman (4-1) placed 3rd and scored 10.0 team points.
    Quarterfinal - Kolterman received a bye (Bye)
    Semifinal - Liam Kirk (Elkhorn South) 3-0 won by major decision over Kolterman (MD 12-3)
    Cons. Semi - Kolterman WON by major decision over Hunter Thompson (Bennington) 1-2 (MD 9-0)
    3rd Place Match - Kolterman WON by major decision over Kolton Koubsky (Mount Michael) 2-2 (MD 10-0)

182 - Kole Bordovsky (4-1) placed 2nd and scored 16.0 team points.    RUNNER-UP
    Quarterfinal - Bordovsky PINNED Trevin Detwiler (Mount Michael) 0-2 (Fall 1:51)
    Semifinal - Bordovsky WON by decision over Jack Paradis (Elkhorn South) 1-2 (Dec 12-6)
    1st Place Match - Nick Haynes (Missouri Valley) 6-0 won by fall over Bordovsky (Fall 5:45)

195 - Sam Kolterman (4-0) placed 1st and scored 22.0 team points.    CHAMPION
    Quarterfinal - Kolterman received a bye (Bye)
    Semifinal - Kolterman PINNED Patrick Fayad (Mount Michael) 2-2 (Fall 1:40)
    1st Place Match - Kolterman PINNED Benton Cornett (Bennington) 2-1 (Fall 3:55)

220 - Brandon Swahn (3-2) placed 4th and scored 7.0 team points.
    Quarterfinal - Swahn received a bye (Bye)
    Semifinal - Romeo Wright (Boys Town) 3-1 won by fall over Swahn (Fall 3:51)
    Cons. Semi - Swahn PINNED Malachi King (Fort Calhoun) 0-4 (Fall 0:59)
    3rd Place Match - Noah Ethan (Elkhorn South) 3-1 won by fall over Swahn (Fall 3:36)

285 - Jack Sutton (4-0) placed 1st and scored 22.0 team points.    CHAMPION
    Quarterfinal - Sutton received a bye (Bye)
    Semifinal - Sutton PINNED Anthony Santana (Auburn) 2-2 (Fall 1:31)
    1st Place Match - Sutton PINNED Arron Olson (Missouri Valley) 4-1 (Fall 1:33)




Clockwise from top: Kole Bordovsky, Malachi Bordovsky, Grant Kolterman, and Jack Sutton. (photos courtesy Darlene Kolterman)

The Wahoo Wrestling team was scheduled to make their annual trip to Cozad for the first Saturday of the season, but Nebraska weather in December had other plans. The Warriors were not able to make that trip, but the Wahoo coaches and administrators jumped right into action finding another meet, and got the wrestlers into the Bennington Invite on short notice.

The change of plans was not the only adversity that the Warriors faced for the day, as senior Jordan Thorson missed the meet with an illness, sophomore Cooper Hancock lost his first round match and then forfeited out with the flu, and freshman Brandon Hasenkamp missed making his weight class.

The eight wrestlers that finished the tournament all medaled in the 9-team meet, but it was only enough to get the Warriors into third place. Missouri Valley, Iowa won the meet with 175.5 team points, followed by Bennington with 141.5, and Wahoo right behind them with 139. Elkhorn South placed fourth with 103, and Auburn rounded out the top five with 87.

Freshman 106-pounder Malachi Bordovsky stayed undefeated and won his first high school championship with a 12-0 major decision over Trey McCoy of Ft. Calhoun.

Senior Zane Bennett moved his record to 5-0, on his way to winning the 152-lb. Championship. Bennett had a .33 pin and two tough matches with a 9-5 semifinal win over Brennan Smith of Omaha Northwest, then defeated a Missouri Valley wrestler, Connor Lange, ranked fourth in Iowa’s 1-A, 7-3 in the finals.

At 195 lbs., senior Sam Kolterman had a bye, then two pins, pinning Benton Cornett of Bennington in the finals for the championship.

Senior Jack Sutton was wrestling Missouri Valley’s Arron Olson, a returning Iowa state placer, currently ranked second in 1-A, in the 285-lb. final. Sutton came out fast expecting a tough match. Sutton recorded 4 quick takedowns and pinned Olson in 1:33 to earn the gold medal.

Kole Bordovsky, a junior, was cruising with a nice lead in his 182-lb. finals match against Nick Haynes of Missouri Valley, a returning state placer, ranked third in 1-A. Towards the end of the match Haynes caught Bordovsky on his back and got the pin with .15 seconds left in the match. Bordovsky had to settle for the silver medal.

Sophomore 113 pounder Sebastion Lausterer was 2-1 on the day and earned a third place medal with a 1:53 pin in the consolation final.

Junior Peyten Walling was 3-1 on his way to third place at 145 lbs. Walling had two falls and a major decision on the day.

At 170 lbs. Grant Kolterman, a sophomore, placed third, going 2-1 at the meet. 

Junior Brandon Swahn was 1-2 for the day and earned a fourth place medal at 220 lbs.

The Warriors return to action on Friday and Saturday, Dec. 7-8, at the Boys Town Invite.

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Warrior Wrestling man-handles Ft. Calhoun & Ashland-Greenwood in season-opening triangular!
Sam Kolterman set new school career win record with 132!
November 29, 2018 (Home Triangular)

Match #1:    Wahoo 70  ||  Ft. Calhoun 6    WIN
    Individual Results:
    106 - Malachi Bordovsky (Wahoo) PINNED Trey McCoy (Ft. Calhoun) (Fall 1:48)    +6 Wahoo
    113 - Double Forfeit
    120 - Sebastian Lausterer (Wahoo) WON by major decision over John McKennan (Ft. Calhoun) (MD 9-0)    +4 Wahoo
    126 - Brandon Hasenkamp won via forfeit    +6 Wahoo
    132 - Jordan Thorson (Wahoo) PINNED Jack Theisen (Ft. Calhoun) (Fall 4:53)    +6 Wahoo
    138 - Ethan Shaner (Ft. Calhoun) won via forfeit    +6 Ft. Calhoun
    145 - Peyten Walling (Wahoo) won via forfeit    +6 Wahoo
    152 - Zane Bennett PINNED Dillon Dierks (Ft. Calhoun) (Fall 0:26)    +6 Wahoo
    160 - Gavin Pokorny (Wahoo) won via forfeit    +6 Wahoo
    170 - Cooper Hancock (Wahoo) PINNED Jesse Hartline (Ft. Calhoun) (Fall 0:25)    +6 Wahoo
    182 - Grant Kolterman (Wahoo) won via forfeit    +6 Wahoo
    195 - Brandon Swahn (Wahoo) won via forfeit    +6 Wahoo
    220 - Sam Kolterman (Wahoo) PINNED Malachi King (Ft. Calhoun) (Fall 1:01)    +6 Wahoo
    285 - Jack Sutton (Wahoo) won via forfeit    +6 Wahoo

Match #2:    Wahoo 60  ||  Ashland-Greenwood 0    WIN
    Individual Results:
    106 - Malachi Bordovsky (Wahoo) PINNED Wyatt Tucker (A-G) (Fall 0:26)    +6 Wahoo
    113 - Double Forfeit
    120 - Sebastian Lausterer (Wahoo) PINNED Deklin Grell (A-G) (Fall 2:00)    +6 Wahoo
    126 - Brandon Hasenkamp (Wahoo) WON by tech. fall over Shon Cote (A-G) (TF 16-1 4:35)    +5 Wahoo
    132 - Jordan Thorson (Wahoo) PINNED Mickey Hobbs (A-G) (Fall 0:33)    +6 Wahoo
    138 - Double Forfeit
    145 - Double Forfeit
    152 - Peyten Walling (Wahoo) PINNED Cooper Craig (A-G) (Fall 1:45)    +6 Wahoo
    160 - Zane Bennett (Wahoo) WON by decision over Trent Nafzinger (A-G) (Dec 9-5)    +3 Wahoo
    170 - Cooper Hancock (Wahoo) WON by major decision over Hunter Tucker (A-G) (MD 11-3)    +4 Wahoo
    182 - Grant Kolterman (Wahoo) PINNED Gaje Arvanitis (A-G) (Fall 1:04)    +6 Wahoo
    195 - Sam Kolterman (Wahoo) PINNED Jacob Ludwig (A-G) (Fall 2:33)    +6 Wahoo
    220 - Brandon Swahn (Wahoo) PINNED Hayden Hayes (A-G) (Fall 0:38)    +6 Wahoo
    285 - Jack Sutton (Wahoo) PINNED Bryce Kjar (A-G) (Fall 2:09)    +6 Wahoo

 


Congratulations Sam Kolterman on setting a new school record of 132 career wins!
Kolterman overtook the previous record set by Paul Sutton in 2004. (photo courtesy Darlene Kolterman)

The Wahoo Wrestling team started off the season with big victories over two Conference opponents. The Warrior wrestlers won every match they wrestled against Ashland-Greenwood and Fort Calhoun. The only points surrendered were 6 points for an open weight class at 138 lbs. against Fort Calhoun. Wahoo defeated Ashland-Greenwood 60-0 and Ft Calhoun 70-6.

106-lb. freshman Malachi Bordovsky got his high school wrestling career off to a great start with two first period pins.

Neither opposing teams had 113 pounders, so the Warriors made a few adjustments to their line up: 113-lb. sophomore Sebastion Lausterer jumped up to 120 lbs., and earned a 9-0 major decision over Ft. Calhoun and a first period pin over Ashland.

Another freshman, Brandon Hasenkamp, got a good start, earning a 16-1 tech fall over Ashland-Greenwood and getting his hand raised for a forfeit in the Ft. Calhoun dual at 126 lbs. Senior Jordan Thorson recorded falls in both duals at 132 lbs.

Wahoo is competing without a wrestler at 138 lbs. for the start of the season. They do have a couple of wrestlers that could fill that weight as the season progresses.

Wahoo had to adjust weight classes throughout both duals to score as many points as possible and make the best matchups for the wrestlers. Junior Peyten Walling, a state qualifier last season, earned a first period pin over Ashland-Greenwood at 152 lbs., and a forfeit in the Ft. Calhoun dual at 145 lbs.

Zane Bennett, a senior at 152 lbs. who has qualified for three State Tournaments, got his season off to a great start with a 9-5 win over Ashland-Greenwood at 160 lbs., and a .26 second pin against Ft Calhoun at 152 lbs. Bennett missed his junior football season and all but the last few weeks of last year’s wrestling season with a knee injury, then missed six football games of his senior year with a broken bone in his leg. He is closing in on 100 career wins and is healthy and strong going into this season.

Freshman Gavin Pokorny stepped in and received a forfeit at 160 lbs. against Ft Calhoun.

Two sophomores both wrestled up a weight class. Cooper Hancock had an 11-3 win over Ashland and a 25-second fall over Fort Calhoun at 170 lbs., while Grant Kolterman had a quick pin over Ashland-Greenwood and a forfeit against Ft, Calhoun at 182 lbs. Hancock will wrestle 160 lbs. and Kolterman 170 lbs. for the season.

Regular 182-lb. starter, junior Kole Bordovsky, a returning State qualifier, missed the competition with an illness. 

Junior returning State Qualifier Brandon Swahn had a quick pin over Ashland-Greenwood at 220 lbs., and received a forfeit over Ft. Calhoun  at 195 lbs.

Returning State Champions, seniors Sam Kolterman and Jack Sutton, started off their seasons with two wins each. Kolterman had two pins on the night, one at 195 lbs. over Ashland-Greenwood, and the other at 220 lbs. over Ft. Calhoun. Sutton received a forfeit against Ft Calhoun, and got a pin over Ashland. 

Sam Kolterman’s second win of the night was his 132nd career win, breaking the school record that had been set by Paul Sutton in 2004.
 


2018-2019 Warrior Wrestling, back row (from left): Coach Tyrell Galloway, Coach John Sutton, Jordan Thorson, Sam Kolterman, Jack Sutton, Zane Bennett, Coach Clete Vrbka, Coach Darold Foster. Middle row: Peyten Walling, Cooper Hancock, Kole Bordovsky, Brandon Swahn, Grant Kolterman, Dan Vyhlidahl, Trey Shanahan. Front row: Brandon Hasenkamp, Sebastian Lausterer, Gavin Pokorny, Colin Ludvik, Nathan Mather, Malachi Bordovsky. (photo courtesy Studio 123)


Congratulations 2018-2019 Warrior Wrestling Seniors (from left): Dan Vyhlidahl, Jordan Thorson, Jack Sutton, Sam Kolterman, and Zane Bennett. (photo courtesy Studio 123)

Warriors defeat West Point/Beemer, fall to Blair at on-the-road triangular

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