Freshman Chase Aldrich makes his mark as Wahoo's low scorer
The spring golf season is off to a windy, blustery start.
This year’s team is led by senior Josh Johnson, who enters the season as a three-year letterman. Johnson is accompanied on the varsity team by juniors Josh Abbott, Jack Maass, and Seth Anderson. The final member of the varsity is freshman Chase Aldrich.
The JV squad is made up of four freshmen: Brett Greenfield, Jordan Thorson, Braedenn Olson and Michael Holmes.
The Warriors opened the season with the Gretna Invite. Aldrich, Maass, and Anderson were all first timers at this tournament. Aldrich fired a team-best 92, leading the Warriors to a 9th place finish.
The team traveled to Blair for a triangular with Ashland and Fort Calhoun. Once again Aldrich led the way with a 9-hole score of 41, good enough for the dual medalist. Johnson scored a season-best 47, and Anderson fired a career-best 51 to help lead the Warriors to their first victory of the season.
The following day Wahoo teed it up at the D.C. West Invite. Again Aldrich scored a team-best 92. This time that number was good enough for a 14th place medal. The Warriors finished in 8th place.
The final tournament of this early season was the Ashland Invite. The team fired a season-low 382, as Aldrich just missed out on a 20th place medal.
The Warrior JV team will play at Ashland on the 14th of April as they get their first real taste of high school golf.
The Warrior Varsity Team will resume play next on Monday, April 18, as they take on Mount Michael in an away dual.
Holdsworth takes 6th @ Conference; Team finishes 4th
NCC Tournament @ Platteview May 11, 2015 Warriors finished the invite in 4th place, with a team score of 392. Please click HERE to view full tourney results. Individual Scores: Will . . .
Lodema leads the pack, posts 78 at State
Congratulations Warrior Boys Golf on finishing 2nd at Districts, behind Beatrice! Wahoo/Raymond Central fired a team score of 365. Beatrice Shot a 338 on their home course. Syracuse finished a distant 3rd. District Placers: . . .
Wahoo/Raymond Central Advance to 3-0 in Duals
It took a while for the snow to melt, but once it did the Warrior golfers didn’t take long to capitalize on the improved weather conditions. Wahoo Public and Raymond Central have joined forces, and once again have Wahoo in the . . .
With winter behind us, and what hopes to be a warm spring ahead, the Wahoo Golf Team has once again found its way to the tee box. This year’s team is small in numbers, short on experience, but hopeful that it can show great . . .
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2008 State Golf Set for May 20-21
Beatrice--At nearly 6,700 yards, water hazards galore, sprawling expanses of natural grasses, gargantuan oak trees, and PGA style rough, the Beatrice Country Club makes for a formidable adversary. Add a 40 mph wind and it becomes next to . . .
Borreson Claims Individual Championship!
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1970's Golf Fashion Makes a Comeback
Wahoo--On a cool and windy Monday afternoon, Hilltop Country Club’s golf course was transformed into a scene taken right out of the movie “Bagger Vance.” Wahoo Public and Bishop Neumann squared off in an unofficial duel . . .
Individually, Watton Tops the Warrior List with 81
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Team Finishes with 4th Place
Ashland 4/14/08- On a beautiful day for golf the Wahoo boys golf team competed in the Bob Simpson Classic played at the Ashland CC. Taylor Murren continues to show improvement firing a personal best 77 to take home 3rd place. After a . . .
WHS Golfer Takes the Title in Season's First Tournament
The Wahoo Golf Team traveled to Tiburon for their first tournament of the season. The team finished in 6th place with a team score of 358. The field was very competitive featuring many quality teams including Gretna, Skutt, DC West, and . . .