Quick Links
Skip to main contentSkip to navigation

Wahoo Public Schools

Working...

Ajax Loading Image

 

 Story image 1_0
5de54c9b6aeb4Warrior senior Trey Scheef was a dominant force in the Dec. 5 season-opening win over Bennington! Scheef posted 27 points, and the Warriors defeated the Badgers 76-59.photo by Dave Privett
Warrior senior Thomas Waido contributed 9 points in last year's 1-point win over GICC. Wahoo opens the 2019-2020 season on Dec. 5 at home vs. Bennington.photo courtesy Studio 123

photo by Dave Privett

Warrior senior Trey Scheef was a dominant force in the Dec. 5 season-opening win over Bennington! Scheef posted 27 points, and the Warriors defeated the Badgers 76-59.

Warrior Boys grind out low-scoring road win @ Aurora

2-0 Wahoo hosts Wayne Dec. 13

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

 Date  Opponent  Score
 Dec. 5, 2019  BENNINGTON  W (76-59)
 Dec. 6, 2019  Aurora  W (48-29)
 Dec. 13, 2019  WAYNE  7:45 p.m.
 Dec. 14, 2019  LOGAN VIEW/SCRIBNER-SNYDER  4:30 p.m.
 Dec. 20, 2019  Ft. Calhoun  7:45 p.m.
 Dec. 27-28, 2019  Holiday Tournament  TBD
 Jan. 2, 2020  YUTAN  7:30 p.m.
 Jan. 7, 2020  Lincoln Lutheran  7:45 p.m.
 Jan. 10, 2020  Syracuse  7:45 p.m.
 Jan. 11, 2020  Crete  4:30 p.m.
 Jan. 17, 2020  PLATTEVIEW  7:45 p.m.
 Jan. 18, 2020  D.C. West  4:30 p.m.
 Jan. 21, 2020  RAYMOND CENTRAL  7:45 p.m.
 Jan. 23, 2020  Waverly  7:45 p.m.
 Jan. 28-Feb. 1, 2020  NE Capitol Conference Tournament  TBD
 Feb. 7, 2020  Arlington  7:45 p.m.
 Feb. 8, 2020  Grand Island Central Catholic  4:30 p.m.
 Feb. 11, 2020  COLUMBUS SCOTUS  7:30 p.m.
 Feb. 15, 2020  Ashland-Greenwood  4:30 p.m.
 Feb. 20, 2020  BLAIR  7:30 p.m.
 Feb. 24-25, 2020  Subdistrict Tournament  TBD
 Feb. 29, 2020  District Final Tournament  TBD
 Mar. 12-14, 2020  State Tournament  TBD


VARSITY ROSTER

No.  Name  Height   Gr. 
  1      Grant Crockett     5'10"  12
  2  Gerardo Madrid  6'1"  12
  3  Triston Keeney  5'11"  11
  4  Owen Hancock  6'0"   9
  5  Trent Hallowell  5'11"  10
 15  Brett Greenfield  6'1"  12
 11  Braden Harris  6'2"  12
 13  Trey Scheef  6'0"  12
 21  Myles Simon  5'11"  10
 23  Trevor Kasischke     6'0"  11
 24  Thomas Waido  6'4"  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: Brody Johnson, Kaden Christen, Cody Hesser, Jace Kaminski, Eli Shada

2019-2020 SEASON RECORD: 2-0

GAME RESULTS/SUMMARIES

December 13, 2019 (Home)
    Wahoo    xx    •    Wayne   xx

     1   2   3   4          F
 Warriors  xx          xx     (xx)  xx     (xx)  xx         xx
 Huskies  xx  xx     (xx)  xx     (xx)  xx         xx

GAME STATS  ||  CUMULATIVE SEASON STATS

---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Warrior Boys grind out low-scoring road win @ Aurora
2-0 Wahoo hosts Wayne Dec. 13
December 6, 2019 (Away)
    Wahoo    48    •    Aurora   29    W (Season Record: 2-0)

     1   2   3   4          F
 Warriors   7          13     (20)  15     (35)  13         48
 Huskies   9   5      (14)   4      (18)  11         29

GAME STATS  ||  CUMULATIVE SEASON STATS

The Wahoo Warriors defeated the Aurora Huskies 48-29 on Friday night in Aurora. 

Aurora led 9-7 after one quarter. Wahoo was up 17-14 late in the second quarter when Gerardo Madrid hit a trey at the halftime buzzer to put Wahoo up 20-14.

Aurora opened the third quarter with a score to make it 20-16. The Warriors then went on a 7-0 run. A Triston Keeney bucket, followed by two free throws and a trey from Trey Scheef, gave the Warriors some breathing room at 27-16.

Over the next six minutes, the Warriors went on another 8-2 run to push the lead to 35-18, with seven of those points coming from Thomas Waido, and a free throw from Trevor Kasischke. 

“This was a game that was really good for us,” said Head Coach Kevin Scheef. “Aurora was incredibly patient. That is not how we want to play, but I thought we showed great poise and found a way to win a very slow, grind-it-out type of game.”

Scheef led the Warriors with 15 points on 3-6 shooting from behind the arc. Waido had 13 points on 6-8 shooting from the field to go with a game high 7 steals. Keeney added 10 points. Kasischke had a team-high 6 boards. Wahoo committed just 10 turnovers, while turning over the Huskies 20 times.

Wahoo improved to 2-0, while Aurora fell to 0-2. The Warriors will host Wayne on Friday night, and Logan View on Saturday afternoon.

---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Warrior Boys Basketball opens season with big home win over Bennington
Wahoo travels to Aurora Friday night
December 5, 2019 (Season Opener @ Home)
    Wahoo    76    •    Bennington   59    W (Season Record: 1-0)

     1   2   3   4          F
 Warriors  18          18     (36)  25     (61)  15         76
 Badgers  14  12     (26)  13     (39)  20         59

GAME STATS


Trevor Kasischke and Braden Harris (left) provided some solid defense, and Triston Keeney (right) made his debut in the 2019 season opener vs. Bennington. (photos by Dave Privett)

The Wahoo Warriors defeated the Bennington Badgers 76-59 in the season opener at home on Thursday night.

The game was close throughout the first quarter, with the Warriors leading 18-14 after one.

The game was still close midway through the second quarter. Wahoo was up 25-23, when they went on a 9-0 run. A three-point play from Trey Scheef, a Gerardo Madrid layup, followed by back-to-back buckets from Thomas Waido pushed the lead to 34-23. The half ended with Wahoo up 36-26.

An 8-0 run to open the third quarter busted the game open. A Trevor Kasischke lay up, a Scheef trey, and a Braden Harris trey made it 44-26. A Scheef trey at the end of the third quarter gave Wahoo its largest lead at 61-39. The Badgers would not mount a serious threat in the fourth quarter, and Wahoo went on to the 76-59 win.

“That was a great way to start the season. Bennington always has a tough team, and with the limited practice time due to state football, I thought we played really well,” commented Head Coach Kevin Scheef. “We played hard, and competed throughout. Our decision making has to get better, but overall it was a good first game.”

Scheef led the Warriors with 27 points on 10-19 shooting from the floor. Waido added 18 on 6-10 from the floor, and 6-7 from the line, to go with 8 boards. Harris added 10 points, Kasischke added 8 points, and Triston Keeney was a stat stuffer with 6 points, 10 boards, 5 steals and 5 assists.

The Warriors outrebounded the Badgers 36-25, and forced 25 Bennington turnovers.

The Warriors travel to Aurora on Friday night to take on the Huskies.
 


2019-2020 Warrior Boys Basketall Team, front wow (from left): Jase Kaminski, Gerardo Madrid, Grant Crockett, Trey Scheef, Thomas Waido, Braden Harris, Cody Hesser. Row 2: Kaden Christen, Tate Nelson, Micah Sears Trevor Kasischke, Triston Keeney, Eli Shada. Row 3: Layne Willis, Myles Simon, Andrew Waido, Carson Lavaley, Ben Thrasher, Trent Hallowell, Kyan Lausterer, Isaiah Simon, Benji Nelson. Row 4: Brandon Greenfield, Branden Koranda, Garrett Grandgenett, Jaiden Powers, Owen Hancock, Anthony Simon, Kamron Kasischke, Trevor Ehrlich, Zach Fox. Back row: Coaches Dan Chvatal, Mike Bomar, Bryan Meyer, and Kevin Scheef. (photo courtesy Jason Unger, Wahoo Newspaper)


Congratulations 2019-2020 Warrior Boys Basketball Seniors, from left: Grant Crockett, Braden Harris, Thomas Waido, Gerardo Madrid, and Trey Scheef.

Warrior Boys grind out low-scoring road win @ Aurora

No comments have been added yet. Please add yours!