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57c10c8bb2f2fWahoo senior Gage Lamprecht goes vertical for a touchdown catch against Bishop Neumann on Oct. 21. The Warriors defeated the #1-ranked Cavaliers 21-0, captured the District C1-4 Championship, and head to playoffs with an 8-1 record.Photo courtesy Studio 123

Photo courtesy Studio 123

Wahoo senior Gage Lamprecht goes vertical for a touchdown catch against Bishop Neumann on Oct. 21. The Warriors defeated the #1-ranked Cavaliers 21-0, captured the District C1-4 Championship, and head to playoffs with an 8-1 record.

Warrior Football overtaken by Kearney Catholic in playoff quarterfinal

Wahoo closes 2016 season with 9-2 record

Team Roster:
Click HERE to view the 2016 Warrior Football roster.

Final Season Record: 9-2

All-State:
Congratulations to the following Warrior Football players, named "Honorable Mention" by OWH on 2016 All-State Football list: Jake Ruzicka, Nathan Spicka, Ryan Walker, Sam Kolterman, Dylan Egr, Blake Kaiser, Sam Lindgren, and Josh Abbott! Click HERE to view the entire All-State list for all classes.

PLAYOFFS
The first round of the 2016 Class C1 NSAA Football Playoffs began Friday, Oct. 28. The Wahoo Warriors entered playoffs with an 8-1 record, and were named the 4th seed. Wahoo defeated #13 Gothenburg Swedes 36-14 on Oct. 28, and advanced to the quarterfinals, where they will were knocked out by #5 Kearney Catholic Stars 25-41. The Warriors finish their 2016 season with a 9-2 record. Click HERE to view the entire C1 playoff bracket. GO WARRIORS!

GAME RESULTS:

November 4, 2016 (C1 Playoff Quarterfinal @ Home)
    #4 Wahoo    25
    #5 Kearney Catholic    41    L
(9-2)

    1   2   3   4           F
 Warriors   0  10          (10)   0           (10)  15          25
 Stars  14   3           (17)   0           (17)  24          41

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Wahoo suffered a devastating loss on Friday night at the hands of the #5 seeded Kearney Catholic Stars.

Kearney Catholic used a spread passing attack and an aggressive defense to give the Warriors their second loss of the season.

Wahoo struggled offensively most of the evening. Dylan Egr led the Warriors with 23 carries for 63 yards and Jake Ruzicka had 5 receptions for 86 yards and 2 touchdowns. Cameron Quick came in for an injured Josh Abbott and threw for 9 completions for 17 attempts and 3 touchdowns. 

Defensively, Ryan Walker, who had 17 tackles, 1 TFL and 1 fumble recovery, led Wahoo. Nathan Spicka and Egr each had 9 tackles, and Ruzicka had 8 tackles for the game.

Wahoo was eliminated from the 2016 NSAA Playoffs with this quarterfinal loss, and finished the year 9-2.

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Warrior Football downs Gothenburg in 1st round of playoffs!
Wahoo hosts #5 Kearney Catholic in Nov. 4 quarterfinal
October 28, 2016 (1st Round Class C1 Playoffs @ Home)
    #4 Wahoo    36
    #13 Gothenburg    14    W
(9-1)

    1   2   3   4           F
 Warriors   7  10          (17)  13          (30)   6          36
 Swedes   0  14          (14)   0           (14)   0          14

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Wahoo won their first-round playoff game on Friday night by pulling away in the 2nd half.

Going into halftime the Warriors held a narrow 17-14 lead, but widened that margin very quickly with 19 unanswered points. 

Offensively, Dylan Egr, who had 26 carries for 206 yards and 3 rushing touchdowns, led the Warriors. Jake Ruzicka had 3 catches for 96 yards and 1 touchdown. Cameron Quick was 7 for 13 passing for 140 yards and 1 TD pass. 

Defensively, Wahoo has led by Ryan Walker, who had 7 tackles and 2 sacks. Sam Kolterman had 6 tackles and 1 interception, and Zane Bennett had 6 tackles on the evening. The Warrior defense held the Gothenburg Swedes to 15 yards rushing on the evening.

Wahoo will host the Kearney Catholic Stars for a quarterfinal match-up in the C-1 State Playoffs on Friday night, Nov. 4. Kickoff will be at 6 p.m.

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Warrior Football closes regular season with home shutout over #1 Bishop Neumann
Wahoo captures district championship & heads to playoffs with 8-1 record; bracket posted
October 21, 2016 (Home)
    Wahoo    21
    Bishop Neumann    0    W
(8-1)

    1   2   3   4           F
 Warriors   0  14          (14)   7          (21)   0          21
 Cavaliers   0   0            (0)   0           (0)   0           0

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Game Photos (courtesy Joan Lindgren)

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The Warrior defense held Bishop Neumann scoreless in Friday's 21-0 home victory. Wahoo is the only team to not allow a Cavalier score this season. (photo courtesy Studio 123)
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Wahoo captured the District C1-4 Championship on Friday night with a convincing win over Bishop Neumann.

Wahoo capitalized on two Cavalier turnovers to score 14 of their 21 points. 

The Warrior Defense played very well on the evening, holding the Cavaliers to zero points for the first time this season. Ryan Walker led Wahoo with 18 tackles, 2 tackles for loss, 2 sacks, 1 fumble recovery and 2 caused fumbles. Sam Kolterman chipped in 9 tackles 2 tackles for loss and 2 sacks. Nathan Spicka also had 8 tackles and 1 caused fumble. Josh Abbott had a fumble recovery and a 25-yard return for the final touchdown in the 3rd quarter.

Offensively, Dylan Egr led all rushers with 53 yards and 1 rushing TD, as well as 24 yards receiving on 2 catches. Jake Ruzicka had 4 receptions for 50 yards, and Gage Lamprecht had 2 catches for 16 yards and 1 TD reception. Abbott threw the ball really well, going 9-15 for 97 yards and 1 TD pass.

Wahoo will host Gothenburg for the first round of the C-1 playoffs on next Friday. Kick-off is set for 6:00 p.m.

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Aquinas hands Warriors 1st season loss after holding them scoreless in 2nd half
6-1 Wahoo hosts top-ranked Neumann on Oct. 21
October 14, 2016 (Away)
    Wahoo    13
    David City Aquinas    27    L
(7-1)

    1   2   3   4           F
 Warriors   7   6           (13)             0           (13)   0           13
 Monarchs   3   7           (10)  10          (20)   7           27

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The Wahoo Warrior Football team experienced their first loss of the 2016 season in a hard-fought game versus #3-ranked David City Aquinas.

The Warriors found it tough to overcome the turnovers in the second half.

Offensively, Wahoo had a difficult time scoring with the big plays they had in the previous games. Dylan Egr led the rushing attack with 11 carries for 60 yards, and Jake Ruzicka led all receivers with 3 catches for 86 yards. Josh Abbott finished with 6 completions with 17 attempts for 115 yards and 2 interceptions.

The Warrior defense was led by Sam Kolterman with 12 tackles, 1 tackle for a loss, 1 sack and 1 blocked kick. Nathan Spicka had 13 tackles, 1 tackle for a loss, and a sack. Ryan Walker had 15 tackles and Egr had 12 tackles.

It doesn’t get any easier for the Warriors as they welcome the top-ranked Bishop Neumann Cavaliers on Friday, October 21.

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Warriors advance to 7-0 with domination over Syracuse
Wahoo travels to Aquinas Oct. 14
October 7, 2016 (Home)
    Wahoo    62
    Syracuse    21    W
(7-0)

    1   2   3   4           F
 Warriors   7  21          (28)  21          (49)  13          62
 Rockets   0  13          (13)   0           (13)   8           21

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Wahoo continued their winning ways on Friday with a 62-21 victory over Nebraska Capitol Conference foe Syracuse.

Wahoo got to a 14-0 lead early in the 2nd quarter, only to watch it vanish to a 1-point lead with 4 minutes left in the half. Then Wahoo had 48 unanswered points to open the lead to 62-14. Syracuse managed to score at the very end of the 4th quarter to make it 62-21.

Offensively, Wahoo struggled to get their ground game going, so they went to the air. Josh Abbott was 8-12 for 210 yards and 3 touchdowns. Jake Ruzicka was the leading receiver with 4 catches for 156 yards and 3 touchdowns. 

Defensively, the Warriors dominated the second half, limiting Syracuse to negative yards rushing. Ryan Walker led all defensive players with 11 tackles, 1 sack, and 1 fumble recovery. Nathan Spicka had 8 tackles, 2 fumble recoveries, and 1 defensive touchdown.

Wahoo will travel to #3 David City Aquinas next Friday night.

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Warriors trounce North Bend in 60-0 Homecoming shut-out!
6-0 Wahoo hosts Syracuse Oct. 7
September 30, 2016 (Homecoming)
    Wahoo    60
    North Bend Central    0    W
(6-0)

    1   2   3   4           F
 Warriors  34  12          (46)   7           (53)   7          60
 Tigers   0   0            (0)   0            (0)   0           0

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Game Photos (courtesy Joan Lindgren)

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Warrior senior quarterback Josh Abbott heads toward 1 of 3 touchdowns he made in the Oct. 7 Homecoming game against North Bend Central.
Abbott led Wahoo to a 60-0 shutout over the Tigers.

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Pressure! The Warrior Defense was effective in shutting down North Bend's offense on Sept. 30. Wahoo defeated the Tigers 60-0.  (photo courtesy Joan Lindgren)
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The Wahoo Warrior Football team was off to another fast start on Friday night, as they dominated the North Bend Tigers for their 2016 Homecoming Game.

Wahoo scored early and often as they put up 34 points in the first quarter. The Warrior defense held the Tigers to just 92 yards of total defense. Ryan Walker and Billy Hancock led the Warrior defense with 7 tackles for each of them. Sam Lindgren and Jack Sutton were difficult to block all night as they each had 3 tackles for loss. Dylan Egr and Zane Bennett each had an interception on the evening.

The Warrior punt block/return unit had a very productive evening as Dylan Egr had 131 yards on 3 returns and 2 of those for touchdowns, and Corby Brigham had 3 returns for 69 yards.

Josh Abbott led the offensive unit with 3 rushing TD’s on 80 yards, and going 9-12 for 100 yards and 1 passing TD. Dylan Egr and Trevin Luben each had 40 yards rushing.

Wahoo will welcome the Syracuse Rockets (3-3) to town on next Friday night.

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Warriors remain undefeated after big win over David City
Wahoo to host North Bend for Sept. 30 Homecoming Game
September 23, 2016 (Away)
    Wahoo    42
    David City    8    W
(5-0)

    1   2   3   4           F
 Warriors  28  14          (42)   0          (42)   0          42
 Scouts   0   0            (0)   0           (0)   8           8

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Game Photos (courtesy Joan Lindgren)

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Nowhere to go! The Warrior defense and special teams unit dominated David City on Sept. 23, forcing 5 turnovers for the Scouts. Wahoo rolled to a 42-8 victory, advancing to 5-0 on the season! (photo courtesy Joan Lindgren)
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Wahoo’s defense and special teams dominated early in the game to get the Warriors off to a quick start.

The kick-off team was able to pin the Scouts deep for most of the game, and the punt block team spent a fair amount of time in David City’s backfield. Wahoo managed to block or tackle the punter on 3 of 4 punts in the first quarter. This allowed the Warriors to build a 28-point first quarter lead.

Ryan Walker played a tremendous game on defense, getting in on 18 tackles, and led Wahoo’s defense with 1 tackle for loss and 1 pass deflection. Nathan Spicka had 7 tackles with 3 tackles for loss, and Sam Kolterman had 6 tackles, with a fumble recovery. The defense and special teams units were able to force 5 turnovers for the game.

Offensively Josh Abbott had 4 TD passes to 4 different receivers, while throwing 8 for 13 for 73 yards and 1 interception. Zane Bennett had 50 yards rushing and 1 rushing TD on 4 carries, and Dylan Egr had 26 yards and 1 rushing TD. 

Wahoo will welcome the 3-1 North Bend Tigers to town next Friday for their 2016 Homecoming Game.

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Warriors advance to 4-0 with dominant victory @ Louisville!
Wahoo travels to David City next Friday
September 16, 2016 (Home)
    Wahoo    44
    Louisville    6    W
(4-0)

    1   2   3   4           F
 Warriors   9  14          (23)  21          (44)   0          44
 Lions   0   0            (0)   0            (0)   6           6

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Game Photos (courtesy Joan Lindgren)

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The Warriors continued their winning streak on Sept. 16, with a strong 44-6 victory @ Louisville. Warrior senior Dylan Egr lead a dominant offense, carrying the ball 15 times for 162 yards, and 1 TD. (photo courtesy Joan Lindgren)
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The Warrior Football team moved to 4-0 after Friday’s lopsided win over Louisville.

Wahoo jumped out to a 23-0 halftime lead, and then scored another 21 points in the 3rd quarter.

Offensively, Dylan Egr led Wahoo on the ground with 15 carries for 162 yards and 1 rushing TD. Cameron Quick stepped in at quarterback and did a great job of getting the ball to a variety of receivers. He was 7-12 passing for 140 yards and 2 TD passes. Jake Ruzicka had 2 catches for 37 yards, Zane Bennett had 1 catch for 45 yards and a touchdown, and Dylan Egr had 2 catches for 28 yards and 1 TD. Corby Brigham also had 2 catches for 29 yards.

On defense the Warriors held Louisville in check all night long, only giving up 141 yards of total offense. Sam Lindgren, who anchored the defensive line, led the defense. Lindgren had 5 tackles on the night. Tucker Hancock, Will Shanahan, and Gage Lamprecht all had sacks on the night, as well.

Wahoo also had contributions from the Special Teams units, as Egr had a 74-yard kick-off return for a touchdown to open the second half. The very next series, Ruzicka blocked the punt and Ryan Walker recovered the ball in the end zone for another score. 

Wahoo will travel to David City next week to play the 0-4 Scouts.

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End-of-game touchdown pass to Ruzicka pushes Warriors to victory over Norfolk Catholic!
3-0 Wahoo travels to Louisville next Friday
September 9, 2016 (Home)
    Wahoo    23
    Norfolk Catholic    22    W
(3-0)

    1   2   3   4           F
 Warriors   0   7           (7)   7          (14)   9          23
 Knights  10   6          (16)   0          (16)   6          22

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Game Photos (courtesy Joan Lindgren)

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The Warrior Defense had an incredible performance against ranked Norfolk Catholic on Sept. 9, allowing only one yard of total offense in the 2nd half! Wahoo eked out the 23-22 win over the Knights with a TD pass to Jake Ruzicka in the end zone in the final seconds of the game. (photo courtesy Joan Lindgren)
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The Wahoo Warriors won their third game of the 2016 season in an exciting game versus highly ranked Norfolk Catholic.

Wahoo took its first lead of the game with 5:33 left in the 4th quarter, only to watch that lead vanish with a 99-yard kick return by Dylan Kautz. Wahoo kept battling and scored on their final drive as Josh Abbott found Jake Ruzicka in the back of the endzone with 26.6 seconds left in the game.

The Warrior Defense played an unbelievable game and dominated the line of scrimmage. The Warriors held Norfolk Catholic to 40 yards rushing, forcing them to rely on their passing game. Ryan Walker led Wahoo with 14 tackles, 1 tackle for a loss, and 1 sack. Nate Spicka added 12 tackles and Sam Kolterman added 10 tackles. The Defensive unit took over in the 2nd half as they allowed only 1 yard total offense in the second half.

On offense Wahoo was led by Dylan Egr, Abbott and Ruzicka. Egr led all rushers with 22 carries for 178 yards. Abbott had 33 yards rushing and 80 yards passing.  Ruzicka had 7 catches for 80 yards and 1 TD. The Warrior Offensive Line was able to take control of the line of scrimmage as Wahoo outrushed Norfolk Catholic 250 yards to 40 yards on the evening.

Wahoo will travel to Louisville next week to take on the 0-3 Lions. 

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Warriors advance to 2-0 with big shutout win over Lincoln Christian
Wahoo hosts top-ranked Norfolk Catholic next Friday
September 2, 2016 (Home)
    Wahoo    40
    Lincoln Christian    0    W
(2-0)

    1   2   3   4           F
 Warriors  21   6          (27)  13          (40)   0          40
 Crusaders   0   0           (0)   0            (0)   0           0

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Warrior senior Caleb McGill runs for one of two touchdown's in the Sept. 2 game against Lincoln Christian! The Warriors crushed the Crusaders at home, 40-0. (photo courtesy Joan Lindgren)
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In their 2016 home opener on Friday night, the Wahoo Warriors got off to a quick start and never looked back. Wahoo scored 3 times in the 1st quarter to open up a 21-0 lead in the game. 

Offensively, the Warriors were lead by Dylan Egr with 13 rushes for 154 yards and 2 touchdowns. Caleb McGill also chipped in with 113 yards rushing on 3 carries and 2 touchdowns. 

Wahoo’s Defense had another dominant performance, shutting out the Crusaders from Lincoln Christian. Nathan Spicka led all defensive players with 10 tackles and 2 tackles for losses. Other notable defensive efforts: Ryan Walker had 9 tackles, 2 for losses, Gage Lamprecht had 6 tackles, and Billy Hancock had 5 tackles, 1 tackle for a loss and 1 interception. 

The Warriors will have a tough challenge next week as they host the top-ranked Norfolk Catholic Knights.

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Warriors post dominant victory @ Ashland in season opener!
Wahoo hosts Lincoln Christian Sept. 2
August 26, 2016 (Season Opener @ Ashland)
    Wahoo    43
    Ashland-Greenwood    8
    W (1-0)

    1   2   3   4           F
 Warriors   0  23           (23)  13           (36)   7           43
 Bluejays   8   0             (8)   0             (8)   0            8

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Game Photos (courtesy Joan Lindgren)

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Warrior junior Dylan Egr lead the Warriors' offensive charge in the season opening 43-8 win @ Ashland-Greenwood! Egr averaged 8 yards per rush, and scored 2 touchdowns with 16 carries, for a total of 128 yards. (photo courtesy Joan Lindgren)
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The Warriors had a little slow start for their first game in 2016, and then scored 23 unanswered points in the 2nd quarter to pull away in the first victory of the 2016 season. 

The offense was unable to sustain any drives to score on the evening, but instead relied on big plays from their backfield. Dylan Egr led all rushers in the game, scoring 2 rushing touchdowns with 16 carries for 128 yards, averaging 8 yards a rush for the game. Zane Bennett had 4 carries for 63 yards and 1 Rushing TD. Bennett’s lone touchdown right before half was a backbreaker for the Bluejays, and gave the Warriors a 23-8 lead going into halftime. Josh Abbott scrambled for a 34-yard TD run in the 3rd quarter.

Defensively the Warriors played about as well as they could have imagined. They gave up the only Ashland touchdown on their second play from scrimmage for 47 yards, but after that the defense only gave up 81 yards the rest of the game, and Dylan Egr scored Wahoo’s first touchdown of the season as he scooped up the Ashland fumble and returned it 22 yards. The defense was able to force 3 turnovers and 1 interception on the night, which allowed Wahoo to pull away in the 2nd and 3rd quarters. 

Wahoo’s Special Teams unit chipped in as well, as Blake Kaiser made a 37-yard field goal, and the punt block team, with Sam Kolterman, blocked a punt in the fourth quarter allowing Jake Ruzicka to pick up the punt and return it 22 yards for the final Warrior touchdown.

Wahoo will welcome Lincoln Christian (0-1) to town on next Friday night.

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2016 Warrior Football Team, back row (from left): Coach Jayson Iversen, Trent Erdmann-Hughes, Cameron Quick, Jack Sutton, Coby Ricketts-Andresen, Gunnar Vanek, Trevor McEvoy, Dylan Dreher, Adam Hayworth, Nate Fox, Gerardo Madrid, Trevin Luben, Vanis Davidson, Aaron Hays, Max Biller. Third row: Coach Robert Barry, Dylan Egr, Logen Walling, Ryan Ickler, Billy Hancock, Sam Kolterman, Cade Belitz, Zane Bennett, Jacob Martinal, Kole Bordovsky, Thomas Waido, Trey Scheef, Sheldon Johnson, Luke Partridge, Brandon Swahn, Coach Tyler Kroenke. Second row: Coach Kyle Weyers, Callan Phillips, Peyten Walling, Braden Harris, Will Shanahan, Blake Kaiser, Seth Anderson, Gage Lamprecht, Karl Sandahl, Connor Grandgenett, Bret Walker, Logan Brabec, Jesus Zaragoza, Evan Divis, Coach Clete Vrbka, Coach Jayme Iversen. Front row: Coach Chad Fox, Tucker Hancock, Corby Brigham, Josh Abbott, Jack Maass, Ryan Walker, Nathan Spicka, Sam Lindgren, Jake Ruzicka, Cole Krecklow, Ty Syverson, Caleb McGill, Joe Linscomb, Jerstan Zeleny, Coach Jon Herrera. Student managers: Zach Fox, Trevor Bohaty, Braylon Iversen. Not pictured: Brendan Lacey (photo courtesy "Photo Joe" Vculek)

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2016 Warrior Football Seniors, back row (from left): Seth Anderson, Blake Kaiser, Jake Ruzicka, Gage Lamprecht, Nathan Spicka, Jack Maass. Front row: Corby Brigham, Josh Abbott, Ryan Walker, Sam Lindgren, Ty Syverson, Caleb McGill, and Cole Krecklow. (photo courtesy "Photo Joe" Vculek)

Warrior Football overtaken by Kearney Catholic in playoff quarterfinal

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