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Congratulations Warriors on Winning the October 3 Neumann Round Robin!

Warrior Softball completes 2009 season with 3rd place finish at State

Wahoo ends season 30-5; 6 named to All-State Teams/Honorable Mention

CONGRATULATIONS to the following WHS girls for being named to All State:

1st Team All State: Morgan Hancock, Aubrey Voboril, Paige Otte
2nd Team All State: Mattie Murren
Honorable Mention All State: Sydney Hancock, Sarah Chvatal

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Congratulations Warriors on your 3rd place finish at the 2009 Class C State Softball Tournament!

Congratulations Warriors on winning the 2009 C-2 Softball District Tournament in Yutan!

CONGRATULATIONS WAHOO FOR EARNING THE #1 SEED IN THE 2009 CLASS C STATE SOFTBALL TOURNAMENT. THE TOURNAMENT WILL BE PLAYED IN HASTINGS OCTOBER 15-17 (RESCHEDULED DUE TO WEATHER). CLICK HERE TO VIEW THE TOURNAMENT BRACKET.

Saturday, October 3 (Neumann Round Robin)

Game 1

Wahoo    8
Logan View/Scribner-Snyder    0 (5-Inning Game)

Leading Hitters:
Mattie Murren 2-3 with an RBI
Aubrey Voboril 2-3 with 2 RBI
Sydney Hancock 1-2 with 1 RBI

Aubrey Voboril got the win on the mound striking out 6 and giving up 3 hits.

We came very ready to play this game. We were very aggressive offensively and got after it right away. Defensively when the ball was put in play each girl did her job. Sadie Murren had some nice plays at 2nd base.

Game 2

Wahoo    9
North Bend    0

Leading Hitters:
Mattie Murren 3-4 with an RBI
Morgan Hancock 2-3 with an RBI
Aubrey Voboril was 1-4 with a Grand Slam in the 7th inning
Paige Otte was 2-3
Alicia Iversen was 2-2

Winning pitcher was Sydney Hancock. She pitched the complete game, striking out 10 and allowing only 4 hits.

It took us a while to get going this game. We were scoreless for the first 3 innings. Sydney pitched well and kept it together for us on the mound the entire game.

Game 3

Wahoo    7
Bishop Neumann    1

Leading Hitters:
Sarah Chvatal 1-2
Morgan Hancock - 2-4 with an RBI
Sydney Hancock 2-4 with a homerun
Paige Otte 2-3 with 2 RBI

Winning pitcher was Aubrey Voboril. She pitched a complete game striking out 5 and giving up NO hits!

It was a great team effort to claim the championship of the round robin.

Tuesday, September 29

Wahoo    8
Arlington    1

Leading Hitters:
Mattie Murren was 4-4 with 2 RBI
Sadie Murren was 2-3 with 2 RBI and a double
Paige Otte was 2-2 with an RBI

Aubrey Voboril pitched a complete game striking out 13 and gave up only 5 hits.

We had 14 hits as a team during this competition. The girls played very aggressively at the plate and on the bases. Defensively we played strong behind Aubrey.

Monday, September 28

Wahoo    3
Cass County Central    0

Leading Hitters:
Morgan Hancock 1-2 with 1 RBI
Alicia Iversen was 2-3

Aubrey Voboril got the win on the mound. She had 11 strikeouts and only gave up 1 hit.

Cass County had a good pitcher that kept us a little off balance. We had more strikeouts than we normally do; however, on the defensive side of the game we played great ball.

2009 Warrior Softball Team Wins 3rd Straight Capitol Conference Title in Bennington
Girls Climb to Impressive 22-2 Record

Saturday, September 26 (Conference Tournament)

Game 1

Wahoo    5
Arlington    1

Leading Hitters:
Sarah Chvatal was 2-2 with a double
Aubrey Voboril was 2-3 with 2 out-of-the-park homeruns.
Tierney Gensler was 1-2

Aubrey Voboril was the winning pitcher. She had 12 strikeouts and gave up 5 hits.

This was a close game up until the 5th inning. Our bats came alive a little bit and Aubrey turned up the heat on her pitching. Great team win to start conference.

Game 2

Wahoo    12
Raymond Central    0 (3-Inning Game)

Leading Hitters:
Mattie Murren was 1-1 with a grand slam!
Sadie Murren was 2-2 with 2 doubles
Paige Otte was 2-2 with 3 RBI and 2 doubles
Tierney Gensler was 1-2

Aubrey Voboril got the win on the mound. She had 6 strikeouts and did not give up any hits. Sydney Hancock came in and pitched the 3rd inning. She did a great job to close it out.

In 3 innings we had 9 hits as a team. We were very disciplined at the plate and took care of business. Mattie Murren hit a grand slam in the 2nd inning to really open the game up!

Game 3 (Championship Game)

Wahoo    5
Bennington    1

Leading Hitters:
Paige Otte was 2-3 with 3 RBI
Morgan Hancock, Mattie Murren, and Tierney Gensler were all 1-3 with hits in crucial times.

Winning pitcher was Aubrey Voboril. She pitched a fantastic game. She kept them guessing at the plate as to which pitch was coming next. Her change up worked like dynamite. She came away with 2 strikeouts, but lots of ground balls too.

This was an awesome team win. We had girls in the line-up 1-9 come up with key at bats. Defensively we made some incredible plays as well. This was one of the best games we have put on the field thus far. Bennington is a great team and it is quite an accomplishment to get a win against them.

The fourth inning we scored four runs to really open the game up. Mattie Murren started the inning with a base hit, Morgan Hancock walked, Aubrey Voboril sacrifice bunted them over to 2nd and 3rd, Sydney Hancock hit a sacrifice fly to score one of those runs. Then Sadie Murren walked to put runners on 2nd and 3rd and Paige Otte came through with a huge double to score those 2 runs. Then Tierney Gensler hit a base hit to score Paige Otte. After this the team had all the confidence in the world and played great.

THIS WAS OUR 3RD STRAIGHT CAPITOL CONFERENCE CROWN, WHICH IS QUITE AN ACCOMPLISHMENT BECAUSE WE HAVE A VERY COMPETITIVE CONFERENCE. WAY TO GO WARRIORS!

Thursday, September 24

Wahoo    14
Conestoga    0 (4-Inning Game)

Leading Hitters:
Morgan Hancock was 4-4 with 3 RBI and 1 triple
Sydney Hancock was 2-3 with 2 RBI and 1 double
Paige Otte was 2-3
Tierney Gensler was 2-3 with 3 RBI
Alicia Iversen 2-3

Aubrey Voboril got the win on the mound pitching a complete game no hitter. She also had 7 strikeouts.

As a team we had 16 hits. Very focused and ready to go.

Tuesday, September 22

Wahoo    9
Wisner-Pilger    0 (5-Inning Game)

Leading Hitters:
Sarah Chvatal 1-2
Mattie Murren 1-1
Aubrey Voboril 2-3
Sadie Murren 1-2
Tierney Gensler 1-2
Alicia Iversen 1-2

Aubrey Voboril got the win on the mound striking out 10 and allowing only 3 hits.

The girls came in very focused and we hit the ball well. They also played a strong defense behind Aubrey.

Saturday, September 19 @ Plattsmouth Tournament

Game 1

Wahoo    12
Auburn    0 (3-Inning Game)

Leading Hitters:
Mattie Murren 1-1
Sydney Hancock 1-1
Alicia Iversen 1-1

Sydney Hancock was the winning pitcher. She struck out 5 and only allowed one hit.

Game 2

Wahoo    5
Ft. Calhoun    0

Leading Hitters:
Aubrey Voboril was 1-2 with a three-run homerun in the 1st inning.
Alicia Iversen was 1-2.

Winning pitcher was Aubrey Voboril. She struck out 10 and only allowed one hit.

Game 3 (Championship Game)

Wahoo    4
Plattsmouth    3

Leading Hitters:
Mattie Murren 1-3
Morgan Hancock 1-3
Aubrey Voboril 1-3 with 2 RBI
Sadie Murren 1-3
Tierney Gensler 1-3 with 1 RBI

Aubrey Voboril was the winning pitcher, striking out 7.
This was a great game. We came out of the gate strong scoring 3 in the first inning. In the bottom of the 3rd inning, Plattsmouth tied the game with a 3-run homerun. The game remained tied until the 7th inning. In the top of the 7th Sadie Murren hit a single, Paige Otte bunted her to 2nd base with 2 outs, and Tierney Gensler blasted a double to score the game-winning run. Plattsmouth threatened in the bottom of the 7th, but were shut off by two Sydney Hancock outs.

Thursday, September 17 @ Home

Wahoo    8
David City    0 (5-Inning Game)

Leading Hitters:
Mattie Murren 3-3 with 2 doubles
Morgan Hancock 2-3 with 2 RBI
Paige Otte 2-2 with 1 RBI
Tierney Gensler 2-2

Aubrey Voboril got the win on the mound. She struck out 5 and gave up only 3 hits. Again, the girls were very focused at the plate. As a team we had 13 hits. We also played a great defensive game turning 2 double plays.

Tuesday, September 15 @ DC West Triangular

Game 1
Wahoo    8
Tekamah-Herman    0 (6-Inning Game)

Leading Hitters:
Morgan Hancock 2-4
Aubrey Voboril 3-4 with 2 RBI
Sadie Murren 2-3 with 3 RBI and 2 doubles

Aubrey Voboril was the winning pitcher on the mound. She had 9 strikeouts and only gave up 2 hits!

Game 2
Wahoo    9
DC West    5

Leading Hitters:
Morgan Hancock 3-4 with 2 RBI
Paige Otte 4-4 with 4 RBI and 3 doubles

Aubrey Voboril got another win on the mound. She struck out 2 and gave up 8 hits. We hit the ball very well as a team. We had 16 hits as a team. The girls were very focused when they went to the plate.

Saturday, September 12 @ Ashland-Greenwood

A-G Invitational Champions!

Game 1
Wahoo    12
Johnson County Central    0     (3-Inning Game)

Leading Hitters:
Sarah Chvatal was 2-2 with a triple and 2 RBI
Paige Otte was 2-2 with 2 doubles and 3 RBI

Sydney Hancock got the win on the mound. She had 7 strikeouts and only allowed one hit.

This was a great team win with lots of strong hitting.

Game 2
Wahoo    2
Waverly    0

Leading Hitters:
Morgan Hancock was 3-3 with 2 triples and an RBI
Paige Otte was 1-2.
Aubrey Voboril had the other RBI

Aubrey Voboril pitched the complete game. She had 5 strikeouts and allowed 4 hits. She did a nice job of keeping their hitters off balance with her movement.

This was a great team win. We had 8 hits as a team and played outstanding defense. Freshman Morgan Talbert made some great grabs for us in the outfield.

Game 3

Wahoo    3
Ashland-Greenwood    0

Leading Hitters:
Aubrey Voboril was 2-3
Sydney Hancock was 2-3 with a RBI
Sadie Murren was 2-2 with a RBI
Paige Otte was 3-3
Tierney Gensler was 2-3 with 2 RBI

Aubrey Voboril got the win on the mound. She had 7 strikeouts and gave up 4 hits.

As a team we had 13 hits. We did strand quite a few base runners on base; however, we are starting to hit the ball a lot better as a team. This was a great weekend for us not giving up a single run!

Thursday, September 10 @ Syracuse

Wahoo    3
Syracuse    2 (11-Inning Game)

Leading Hitters:
Morgan Hancock was 2-4 with 2 triples and an RBI
Sydney Hancock was 2-4 with a double and one RBI
Sadie Murren was 1-3 with a double and an RBI

Aubrey Voboril got the 11-inning win. In those 11 innings she had 10 strikeouts and NO walks. She allowed 8 hits.

WOW what a game. Syracuse scored its first run in the first inning on an error. We responded in the 6th inning with a score on Morgan Hancock's triple. At the end of 7 it was 1-1. Each team battled in the 8th, 9th, and 10th, and could not execute on the bunt, hit, and score. It was a defensive and pitching dual. Aubrey had some key strikeouts in huge situations. Michaela Lanik also had 2 huge catches in right field to keep the game going! In the top of the 11th, Mattie Murren started on 2nd base, Morgan Hancock tripled to score her and then Sadie Murren hit a double to score Morgan. This gave us the lead 3-1 going into the bottom of the 11th. Syracuse started off that inning with a pair of hits, so they had runners on 2nd and 3rd with no outs. We managed to work out of the jam by only giving up one run and winning the game. We had lost 2 close ones to great teams earlier this season so getting this one was very big for our team.

Tuesday, September 8 @ Bennington

Wahoo    0
Bennington    1

Leading Hitters:
Sydney Hancock had our only hit of the game in the 7th inning going 1 for 3.

Aubrey Voboril took the loss on the mound. She pitched a great game. She had 3 strikeouts and only allowed 6 hits to a very talented Bennington club. Our defense did a great job backing her up defensively. We had a lot of key outs when they had base runners in scoring position.

This was a hard fought battle until the end. Bennington scored their one and only run in the 1st inning and then it was a defensive and pitching battle until the end. They are a great team and we gave them everything we had. As a team we had too many strikeouts. We need to do a better job of putting the ball in play to make their defense work.

Tuesday, September 8 @ Bennington

Wahoo    4
Raymond Central    2

Leading Hitters:
Sarah Chvatal was 2-4 with 1 RBI
Tierney Gensler was 1-2

Aubrey Voboril was the winning pitcher on the mound. She allowed 6 hits and had 2 strikeouts.

Raymond Central is a much-improved team and we had to play a very good game to get this win.

Saturday, September 5 @ Wahoo

Game # 1
Wahoo    2
Ashland-Greenwood    1

Leading Hitters:
Mattie Murren was 1-2
Sydney Hancock was 1-2 with a solo home run shot in the 4th

Winning pitcher was Aubrey Voboril. She had 12 strikeouts, no walks, and gave up 4 base hits. Her pitches were working well, especially her change-up!

We missed out on a big scoring opportunity in the 1st inning. We had bases loaded with no outs and were only able to push one across. We need to do a better job of capitalizing on those situations. The only other run we scored was the solo home run from Sydney Hancock. The Ashland pitcher did a nice job of hitting corners. We played a nice solid defensive game.

Game #2
Wahoo    0
Yutan/Mead    4
    (9 inning game!)

Leading Hitters:
Mattie Murren, Morgan Hancock, and Aubrey Voboril were all 1-4.  The Yutan pitcher had 13 strikeouts and did a good job keeping us off the bases. She has a great pitch that moves nicely.  

Aubrey Voboril took her first loss of the season on the mound. She had 3 strikeouts, 2 walks, and gave up 7 hits. Four of those 7 hits came in the 9th inning. This was a great pitcher and defensive battle! Voboril was on her 16th inning of great pitching and ran a little short on gas at the end. We also had a couple errors in the 9th that did not help her.

This was a fantastic game for us early in the season. I believe it is two pretty evenly matched teams that played a heck of a game. We made some huge defensive plays in the 7th and 8th innings to get out of some sticky situations. In the top of the 7th inning Yutan had runners on 1st and 2nd with no outs and to the plate came their 5 hitter. She hit a grounder to Sadie Murren at 2nd who flipped to Sydney Hancock covering 2nd, who then threw to Morgan Hancock at 1st for the double play.

The next batter struck out to get us out of that inning. We had lots of adrenaline coming in, but could not capitalize. The 8th inning was very similar.  We made some huge defensive plays to get out of the inning, not letting the runner on 2nd score, and then we could not push that one across either.  

I was proud of the fight and heart my girls showed and we feel this game will only help us down the stretch.  

Tuesday, September 1
Wahoo    6
Wahoo Neumann    0

Leading Hitters:
Morgan Hancock 2-4 with 2 RBI
Sadie Murren 2-4 with an RBI
Alicia Iversen 1-1 with 2 RBI

Winning Pitcher was Aubrey Voboril. She had 8 strikeouts, 1 walk and gave up only 2 hits. She pitched a very strong game for us on the mound. When the ball was put in play she had a solid defense behind her to make the play.

Offensively the game turned around for us in the 4th inning. Voboril led off the inning with a double, Sydney Hancock had a sacrifice bunt to move her to third, Sadie Murren followed with a base hit RBI, Sarah Chvatal walked, and then freshman Alicia Iversen came in as a pinch hitter and hit a single to score the other two base runners.  

Saturday, August 29 @ Wahoo

Wahoo    2
Ft. Calhoun    0

Leading hitters: 
Paige Otte was 3-3 with a stolen base and a double
Sarah Chvatal was 2-3

We ended the game with 9 hits and stranded 7 base runners. We need to get a little bit better about bringing those base runners in. We cannot leave that many. Defensively we played solidly again with no errors. Aubrey Voboril also pitched a very nice game. She had 8 strikeouts, no walks, and only allowed 3 hits.

Thursday, August 27 @ Milford

Wahoo    7
Milford    4

Leading hitters: 
Paige Otte was 3-4 and she scored 3 runs
Mattie Murren was 2-2 with a walk and a stolen base
Morgan Hancock was 3-4 with 3 RBI's
Aubrey Voboril was 2-4 with 2 RBI.

As a team we had 16 hits. We hit the ball very well and stranded quite a few base runners. Defensively we had no errors and played very solidly. Aubrey Voboril was on the mound and she had 3 strikeouts and gave up 8 hits. They were a solid hitting team and our defense responded well.   

 

 

Warrior Softball completes 2009 season with 3rd place finish at State

jose sotelo
whsstudent

Oct 13, 2009

Good job girls! Good luck at the tournament!