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5dd6b54f4e4fdCongratulations Warrior Unified Bowling (from left: Tayler Henderson, Tessa Gatewood, Wyatt Demarey, Logan Brabec, and Curtis Swahn) on capping off a record-breaking 2019 season! Wahoo qualified for its first-ever State Championship, and tied with North Bend for 3rd place!
Congratulations Warrior Unified Bowling (Logan Brabec, Curtis Swahn, Tessa Gatewood, Tayler Henderson, and Wyatt Demarey): DISTRICT 3 CHAMPIONS w/809 points! Wahoo advances to the Dec. 9 State Championships @ Sun Valley Lanes in Lincoln!
2019 WHS Unified Bowling Team, back row (from left): Aiden Hajek, Zach Sanderson, Dustin Otte, Matthew Dooley, Wyatt Demaray, Tayler Henderson, Tessa Gatewood, Kylee Kenning. Front row: Sarah Kolterman, Katelyn Urban, Paige Peterson, Abbey Borchers, Deena Stang, Ruzenka Carlson.
Congratulations Warrior Unified Bowling (from left: Tayler Henderson, Tessa Gatewood, Wyatt Demarey, Logan Brabec, and Curtis Swahn) on capping off a record-breaking 2019 season! Wahoo qualified for its first-ever State Championship, and tied with North Bend for 3rd place!

Warrior Unified Bowling takes 3rd place @ 2019 State Championships!

Wahoo closes record-breaking state-qualifying season

2019 UNIFIED BOWLING SCHEDULE

 Date  Opponent  Results
 November 18, 2019  York Quad  V-3rd, JV-1st, Reserve-2nd
 November 21, 2019  Elkhorn South Tournament  Wahoo 1 - 2nd, Wahoo 2 - 3rd, Wahoo 3 - 7th
 November 23, 2019  Fremont Tournament  Team 1 - #1 seed in Championship, Team 2 - #3 in Consolation
 November 25, 2019  Waverly Dual  Wahoo 1 - W, Wahoo 2 - W, Wahoo 3 - W
 December 3, 2019  Districts  DISTRICT 3 CHAMPIONS!
 December 9, 2019  State Championships  3rd place


RESULTS:

Warrior Unified Bowling takes 3rd place @ 2019 State Championships!
Wahoo closes record-breaking state-qualifying season
December 9, 2019 (State Championships @ Sun Valley Lanes in Lincoln)

The 2019 NSAA Unified Sports Bowling State Championships was played on Monday, Dec. 9 at Sun Valley Lanes, 321 Victory Lane, in Lincoln, NE. Wahoo made its first-ever State appearance as the #6 seed. In the first round, the Warriors defeated #3 Lincoln Southeast with a score of 3-2, and in the semifinal, Wahoo lost 0-3 to a very tough #2 Norfolk. Wahoo ended the State Tournament tied with North Bend Central for 3rd place! CONGRATULATIONS WARRIORS ON YOUR RECORD-BREAKING SEASON!

    Round 1: #6 Wahoo vs. #3 Lincoln Southeast - WIN 3-2 (143-175, 138-113, 125-110, 148-143, 177-148)
    Semifinal: #6 Wahoo vs. #2 Norfolk -
LOSS 0-3 (144-181, 172-181, 146-246)

    

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Warrior Unified Bowling: 2019 District 3 CHAMPIONS & STATE QUALIFIERS!
Wahoo prepares for Dec. 9 State Championships @ Sun Valley Lanes in Lincoln
December 3, 2019 (District 3 @ Hollywood Bowl in Lincoln)


Congratulations Warrior Unified Bowling (Logan Brabec, Curtis Swahn, Tessa Gatewood, Tayler Henderson, and Wyatt Demarey): DISTRICT 3 CHAMPIONS w/809 points! Wahoo advances to the Dec. 9 State Championships @ Sun Valley Lanes in Lincoln!

CHAMPIONS - WAHOO (809 pins)
2nd place - Fremont (799 pins)
3rd place - Lincoln North Star (736 pins)
4th place - Elkhorn (703 pins)
5th place - Waverly (668 pins)
6th place - Lincoln Northeast (608 pins)
7th place - Elmwood-Murdock (576 pins)
8th place - Elkhorn South (490 pins)

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Wahoo takes three wins out of four @ Waverly!
November 26, 2019 (Waverly Dual)


Waverly #1 (613) vs. Wahoo #1 (743) (Wyatt Demaray, Tayler Henderson, LJ Morley, Paige Peterson)    WIN
Waverly #2 (506) vs. Wahoo #2 (542) (Dustin Otte, Kaitlyn Herndon, Deena Stang, Ryan Johnson, Hannah Subbert)    WIN
Waverly #3 (436) vs. Wahoo #3 (481) (Ruzenka Carlson, Aiden Hajek, Kaitlyn Urban, Matthew Dooley)    WIN
Waverly #4 (477) vs. Wahoo #4 (464) (Zach Sanderson, Haiden Bartek, Austin Arney, Tristan Nielson)

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Two Warrior Teams make good showings @ Fremont Tourney
November 23, 2019 (Fremont Tournament)

Team #1 (made up of Wyatt Demaray, Curtis Swahn, Andrew Waido, Tayler Henderson, and LJ Morley) was seeded 1st into the Championship Bracket after 3 games, with a total pinfall of 429 pins. In the first round of the tournament they went against West Point-Beemer #1, and lost in 2 games (scores 126-162, 105-127).

Team #2 (made up of Dustin Otte, Kaitlyn Herndon, Connor Grandgenett, and Trey Johnston) were seeded #3 in the Consolation Bracket with a total pinfall of 276. In the first round of tournament play they went against Ralston #2, winning in 2 games. In the second round they went against Bennington #1, and ended up losing in 2 games.

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Warriors take 2nd, 3rd, & 7th of 16 teams @ Nov. 21 Elkhorn South Tournament!
November 21, 2019 (Elkhorn South Tournament)

Results:
     1st - Fremont 2 (841)
     2nd - Wahoo 1 (664)
     3rd - Wahoo 2 (649)

     4th - -Fremont 4 (599)
     5th - Fremont 1 (587)
     6th - Elkhorn 3 (554)
     7th - Wahoo 3 (551)
     8th - Elkhorn 1 (505)
     9th - Elkhorn 4 (493)
    10th - Elkhorn South 2 (491)
    11th - Fremont 5 (420)
    12th - Elkhorn South 3 (418)
    13th - Fremont 3 (414)
    14th - Elkhorn 5 (381)
    15th - Elkhorn 2 (378)
    16th - Elkhorn South 1 (339)

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Warriors open strong in season-opener @ York; Elkhorn South hosts next tournament on Nov. 21
November 18, 2019 (Quad @ York)


Varsity:
    1st place - York A (922)
    2nd place - Ralston (695)
    3rd place - Wahoo (659)
    4th place - York B (607)
    5th place - Waverly (601)
    6th place - Centennial (547)


Junior Varsity:
    1st place - Wahoo (617)
    2nd place TIE - Centennial & Waverly (596)
    3rd place - York (491)
    4th place - Ralston (279)

Reserve:
    1st place - Centennial (511)
    2nd place - Wahoo (467)
    3rd place - Waverly (404)
    4th place - York (364)


2019 WHS Unified Bowling Team, back row (from left): Aiden Hajek, Zach Sanderson, Dustin Otte, Matthew Dooley, Wyatt Demaray, Tayler Henderson,  Tessa Gatewood, Kylee Kenning. Front row: Sarah Kolterman, Katelyn Urban, Paige Peterson, Abbey Borchers, Deena Stang, Ruzenka Carlson.

More information about Unified Sports (Source: www.nsaahome.org):

Why Special Olympics Unified Sports?

• Provides meaningful and real sport experience. Not all students in the building will make a varsity team. Unified Sports makes it possible for more students to have an opportunity to participate in this meaningful activity.

• Provides social inclusion, which impacts the entire school climate in a positive way, promoting respect, acceptance and diversity. Students are valued for their unique talents and skills.

• Helps reduce bullying through empowerment, awareness and engagement.

• Improves health and fitness, especially for students with disabilities facing higher risks.

According to research, Unified Sports . . .

• Has a positive impact on all participants (79% of Unified Partners reported talking to a student with intellectual disabilities during free time at school and 41% reported eating lunch with a student with intellectual disabilities.)

• Improves understanding of people with intellectual disabilities.

• Complements social inclusion within the school community.

"I like how they developed a friendship. And I noticed it after we came back from our first event and I saw kids interacting in the hallways either just saying hi or giving a high five. Normally, those kids wouldn't even talk to each other prior to participating with this unified team." --Florida Coach

Warrior Unified Bowling takes 3rd place @ 2019 State Championships!

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