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Warrior junior Colin Ludvik enters the end zone for one of his two touchdowns in the 2020 season opener at home on Aug. 28. The Warriors started the season strong, shutting out Columbus Scotus 40-0!

Warrior Football knocks out Mitchell in first round of C1 State Playoff

7-2 Wahoo travels to #2 Pierce for Nov. 6 playoff quarterfinal (time TBD)

2020 VARSITY SCHEDULE:
(Home games are in BOLD CAPS)

 Date  Opponent  Score
 August 28, 2020  COLUMBUS SCOTUS  W (40-0)
 September 4, 2020  ADAMS CENTRAL   L (7-24)
 September 11, 2020  @ Boys Town  W (25-0)
 September 18, 2020  @ Milford  W (38-0)
 September 25, 2020  PLATTEVIEW  W (46-6)
 October 2, 2020  @ Louisville  Cancelled
 October 9, 2020  ASHLAND-GREENWOOD   L (22-47)
 October 16, 2020  @ Raymond Central  W (41-0)
 October 23, 2020  MALCOLM  W (47-0)
 October 30, 2020  MITCHELL (First Round, C-1 State Playoff Quarterfinal)  W (34-14)
 November 6, 2020  Pierce (C-1 State Playoff Quarterfinal)  TBD
 November 13, 2020  C-1 State Playoff Semifinal  TBD
 November 24, 2020  C1 State Championship  TBD


SEASON RECORD: 7-2 (Points: Wahoo 300 • Opponents 91)

Team Roster:
Click HERE to view the 2020 Warrior Football roster.


C1 PLAYOFFS
The NSAA C1 State Football Playoffs began on Friday, Oct. 30. A big 4th quarter sealed the win for #7 Wahoo over #10 Mitchell in the first round. Wahoo will now travel to #2 Pierce for the playoff semifinal on Friday, Nov. 6.  GOOD LUCK WARRIORS!

      

GAME RESULTS:

Warrior Football knocks out Mitchell in first round of C1 State Playoff
7-2 Wahoo travels to #2 Pierce for Nov. 6 playoff quarterfinal (time TBD)
October 30, 2020 (First Round, C-1 State Playoff @ Home)
    Wahoo    34    ||    Mitchell    14    W (Season Record: 7-2)

    1   2   3   4           F
 Warriors   6   6          (12)   0          (12)  22          34
 Tigers   7   0           (7)   0           (7)   7            14

GAME STATS |  SEASON STATS

 

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Warrior Football closes regular season with 47-0 home shutout over Malcolm!
6-2 Wahoo hosts Mitchell in First Round of C-1 State Playoff (Friday @ 2:00 p.m.); full playoff bracket posted
October 23, 2020 (Home)
    Wahoo    47    ||    Malcolm    0    W (Season Record: 6-2)

    1   2   3   4           F
 Warriors  20  14          (34)   6          (40)   7           47
 Clippers   0   0            (0)   0           (0)   0            0

GAME STATSSEASON STATS

Wahoo closed out the regular season with a big win over Malcolm. Wahoo jumped out to a quick 20-0 lead in the 1st quarter and never looked back.

Offensively, Wahoo was led by Colin Ludvik who had 14 rushes for 228 yards and 3 rushing touchdowns. Ludvik also had 2 catches for 58 yards and 2 touchdowns. Gavin Pokorny added 2 touchdowns with 58 yards rushing on 11 carries. Cooper Hancock had 3 catches for 23 yards.

Defensively, the Warriors were led by Grant Kolterman with 5 tackles and 1 sack. Pokorny had 7 tackles and 1 tackle for a loss. Malachi Bordovsky had 6 tackles. Hancock had 2 tackles and 1 interception, Trent Hallowell had 1 tackle and 2 interceptions. Carson Lavaley had 4 tackles and 1 tackle for a loss. Curtis Swahn had 3 tackles and a fumble recovery.

Wahoo will host Mitchell (8-1) for the First Round of the NSAA State Playoffs next Friday at 2:00 p.m.

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Shutout #4! Warrior Football blanks Raymond Central on the road
5-2 Wahoo hosts Malcolm Oct. 16 to close regular season
October 16, 2020 (Away)
    Wahoo    41    ||    Raymond Central    0    W (Season Record: 5-2)

    1   2   3   4           F
 Warriors   7  28          (35)   0          (35)   6           41
 Mustangs   0   0            (0)   0           (0)   0            0

GAME STATS  |  SEASON STATS

Wahoo got back to their winning ways on Friday with another shutout win over Raymond Central.

Offensively, Wahoo was led by Tate Nelson who had a great night passing the ball to 8 different targets. Nelson went 16-21 passing for 251 yards and 2 touchdowns. Cooper Hancock was Nelson’s favorite target, with 7 receptions for 142 yards and 1 touchdown. Colin Ludvik had 20 carries for 123 yards and 3 touchdowns.

Defensively, the Warriors were led by Grant Kolterman with 6 tackles and 1 sack. Tate Nelson had 3 tackles with 1 tackle for loss and 1 interception. Carson Lavaley had 3 tackles and 1 fumble recovery.

Wahoo will host Malcolm (3-4) for the last regular-season game of the year next Friday at 7:00 p.m.

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Warrior Football overpowered by Ashland-Greenwood at Home
4-2 Wahoo travels to Raymond Central Oct. 16
October 9, 2020 (Home)
    Wahoo    22    ||    Ashland-Greenwood    47    L (Season Record: 4-2)

    1   2   3   4           F
 Warriors   6   8           (14)   0           (14)   8           22
 Bluejays   7  14          (21)  20          (41)   6           47

GAME STATS  |  SEASON STATS

Wahoo struggled much of the evening as they took their second loss of the season, falling to Ashland-Greenwood 22-47.

Offensively, Wahoo was led by Gavin Pokorny with 10 carries, 103 yards rushing, and 1 touchdown. Colin Ludvik had 13 carries for 86 yards and 1 touchdown.

Defensively, the Warriors were led by Malachi Bordovksy with 11 tackles, Cooper Hancock with 10 tackles, Gavin Pokorny with 10 tackles, and Colin Ludvik with 7 tackles.

Wahoo’s special teams had the one bright spot in the evening. Cooper Hancock had 103 return yards on the evening, with 1 punt return and 2 kick returns.

Wahoo will travel to Raymond Central (5-2) to play next Friday at 7:00 p.m.

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Warrior Football dominates both sides of the field in big win over Platteview!
4-1 Wahoo travels to Louisville Oct. 2
September 25, 2020 (Home)
    Wahoo    46    ||    Platteview    6    W (Season Record: 4-1)

    1   2   3   4           F
 Warriors  13  14         (27)  12         (39)   7         46
 Trojans   0   0          (0)   0          (0)   6           6

GAME STATS  |  SEASON STATS

Wahoo dominated the Platteview Trojans on Friday night, scoring 46 points and only allowing 6 points. Wahoo amassed 478 total yards of offense and only allowed 20 yards of offense.

Offensively Wahoo was led by Tate Nelson in the air, passing for 147 yards and 4 touchdown passes. Tate was very efficient throwing the ball, completing 6 passes on 8 attempts. Colin Ludvik led all rushers with 178 yards rushing on 16 carries and had 1 touchdown run. Cooper Hancock had 3 receptions for 75 yards and 2 touchdown catches, and Sebastian Lausterer had 1 touchdown reception for 53 yards.

Defensively the Warriors were led by Grant Kolterman, who had 10 tackles, 1 tackle for a loss, and 1 sack. Carson Lavaley had 5 tackles, 2 tackles for a loss, and 1 sack, while Justin Nuckolls had 3 tackles and 2 tackles for a loss.

Wahoo will travel to Louisville next Friday for a 7:00 p.m. game.

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Warrior Football posts season's third shutout @ Milford!
3-1 Wahoo hosts Platteview Sept. 25
September 18, 2020 (Away)
    Wahoo    38    ||    Milford    0    W (Season Record: 3-1)

    1   2   3   4           F
 Warriors  12  18          (30)   8           (38)   0         38
 Eagles   0   0            (0)   0            (0)   0           0

GAME STATS  |  SEASON STATS

Wahoo’s Defense pitched another shutout on Friday night as they traveled to Milford.

The Warrior Defense only allowed 98 yards of total offense, and charted its third shutout of the season. Defensively, Wahoo’s top tacklers were led by Grant Kolterman with 13 tackles and 1 tackle for a loss. Trevor McEvoy had 8 tackles and a forced fumble. Tate Nelson and Malachi Bordovksy each had an interception.

Offensively, the Warriors were led by Colin Ludvik with 14 carries for 235 yards and 1 TD. Tate Nelson was 6-9 passing for 58 yards with 1 TD pass. Cooper Hancock added 40 yards of rushing and 27 yards of receiving with 3 touchdowns.

Wahoo will host Platteview (2-2) next Friday for a 7:00 p.m. game. 

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Warrior Football advances to 2-1 with shutout @ Boys Town!
2-1 Wahoo travels to Milford Sept. 18
September 11, 2020 (Away)
    Wahoo    25    ||    Boys Town    0    W (Season Record: 2-1)

    1   2   3   4           F
 Warriors   0   7            (7)   6           (13)  12         25
 Cowboys   0   0           (0)   0           (0)   0           0

GAME STATS  |  SEASON STATS

Wahoo got back to its winning ways on Friday night by defeating Boys Town 25-0.

Wahoo’s offense was off to a slow start, plagued by penalties and turnovers. They finally got on the score board with time expiring in the first half, when Tate Nelson threw a 7-yard touchdown pass to Sebastian Lausterer for the first score. Nelson added two more touchdowns on the ground. Colin Ludvik led all rushers with 22 carries for 90 yards. Cooper Hancock had 4 receptions for 38 yards.

The Warrior Defense only allowed 18 yards of total offense and charted its second shutout of the season. Defensively, Wahoo’s top tacklers were led by Carson Lavaley with 6 tackles, 4 tackles for a loss, and 1 sack. Justin Nuckolls had 3 tackles and 1 sack. Gavin Pokorny had 4 tackles, 2 of those for a loss. Grant Kolterman had 4 tackles on the evening.

Wahoo will travel to Milford (1-1) next Friday for a 7:00 p.m. game.

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Warrior Football suffers first home loss since 2016 to Adams Central
1-1 Wahoo hopes to rebound Sept. 11 @ Boys Town
September 4, 2020 (Home)
    Wahoo    7    ||    Adams Central    24    L (Season Record: 1-1)

    1   2   3   4           F
 Warriors   0   0           (0)   7           (7)   0           7
 Patriots   7   7           (14)   0          (14)  10         24

GAME STATS  |  SEASON STATS


The Warrior Defense struggled against Adam Central's offensive running game on Sept. 4, giving up 24 points in Wahoo's first home loss since 2016. (photo courtesy "Photo Joe" Vculek)

Wahoo suffered its first home loss since 2016 last Friday evening to Adams Central. Wahoo’s offense sputtered all night long, unable to sustain drives and put points on the board, and the defense struggled to stop Adams Central’s running game.

Wahoo’s offense was led by Colin Ludvik, who had 21 carries for 96 yards and 1 TD. Gavin Pokorny led all receivers with 3 catches for 73 yards. Tate Nelson was 6 for 12 passing for 94 yards and 1 interception.

Defensively, Wahoo’s top tacklers were led by Cooper Hancock with 13 tackles, Gavin Pokorny with 12 tackles, Grant Kolterman with 11 tackles, and Justin McEvoy with 9 tackles.

Wahoo will travel to Boys Town (0-2) next Friday for a 7:00 p.m. game.

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Warrior Football opens 2020 with home shutout over Scotus!
1-0 Wahoo hosts Adams Central Sept. 4
August 28, 2020 (Season Opener @ Home)
    Wahoo    40    ||    Columbus Scotus    0    W (Season Record: 1-0)

    1   2   3   4           F
 Warriors   7  14          (21)  12          (33)   7          40
 Shamrocks   0   0           (0)   0           (0)   0           0

GAME STATS


Clockwise from upper left: Warrior senior Tate Nelson made a great debut as Warrior quarterback, passing 8 of 10 for 74 yards, and taking 7 carries for 51 yards and 2 TD's. Senior Cooper Hancock was Wahoo's receiving leader, with 5 catches for 57 yards, and 1 TD. Warrior Defense picked up where last year's Defense left off, allowing only 194 Scotus offensive yards and zero points. (photos courtesy John Minnick)

The Wahoo Warriors defense picked up right where it left off last season, posting a shut-out in the 2020 season opener! The defense controlled the line of scrimmage much of the game, only allowing 194 yards of total offense and 0 points. Grant Kolterman led all defenders with 10 total tackles (5 solo, 5 assisted) and a tackle for loss. Gavin Pokorny had 7 tackles (4 assisted, 3 solos) and Colin Ludvik had 7 tackles (5 assisted. 2 solos). Carson Lavaley had a caused fumble with a fumble recovery, and Justin McEvoy had 2 tackles with an interception.

Offensively, Wahoo was led by Colin Ludvik on the ground with 28 carries for 220 yards and 2 touchdowns. Grant Kolterman had 3 carries for 53 yards. Cooper Hancock led all receivers with 5 catches for 57 yards and 1 TD. Tate Nelson had 7 carries for 51 yards and 2 rushing touchdowns. He also was 8 for 10 passing for 74 yards and another touchdown.

Next Friday Wahoo will welcome the Top 10 ranked Adams Central Patriots to town.

MEDIA COVERAGE
Kolterman, Hancock ready for leadership roles as Wahoo begins another run for a state title
by Ron Powell, Lincoln Journal Star (posted Aug. 28, 2020)

High School Kickoff Preview: Wahoo
Coming off a state championship, Wahoo's coach Chad Fox says there's plenty to improve upon

by Kelsie Kasper, KLKN TV Lincoln (posted Aug. 23, 2020)



2020 Warrior Football Team, back row (from left): Coach Eric Gottschalk, Jet Nuckolls, Jase Maly, Michael Evans, Josh Edmonds, Sam Edmonds, Barrett Lavaley, Barrett Nelson, Kyle Babst, Travis Beavers, Gabe Harris, Riley Herndon, Jonas Schnakenberg, David Divis. Third row: Coach Erik Emerson, Sam Biggerstaff, Malachi Bordovsky, Kael Eddie, Zach Fox, Wade Whitaker, Dawson Rafteseth, Seth Williams, Jake Andresen, Dominek Rohleder, Owen Hancock, Trevor Bohaty, William Nielson, Griffin Lausterer, Trevor Ehrlich, Damien Bragg, Isaiah Foster Second row: Coach Jayson Iversen, Coach Chad Fox, Brandon Hasenkamp, Curtis Swahn, Justin McEvoy, Keegan Lowther, Waylon Sherman, Kyan Lausterer, Carson Lavaley, Trent Hallowell, Ben Thrasher, Jake Bordovsky, Matthew Phillips, Joe Herrera, Gavin Pokorny, Colin Ludvik, Coach Jon Herrera. Front row: Grant Kolterman, Cooper Hancock, Matthew Holdsworth,  Gage Sherman, Jordan Broome, Justin Nuckolls, Brody Specht, Tate Nelson, Sam DuBois, Zach Hamling, Brett Whitaker, Sebastian Lausterer, Coach Kyle Weyers, Coach Clete Vrbka. (photo courtesy "Photo Joe" Vculek)


Congratulations 2020 Warrior Football Seniors, back row (from left): Brody Specht, Justin Nuckolls, Jordan Broome, Gage Sherman, Sam DuBois, Sebastian Lausterer. Front row: Matthew Holdsworth, Cooper Hancock, Grant Kolterman, Taten Nelson, Zach Hamling, and Brett Whitaker. (photo courtesy "Photo Joe" Vculek)


Questions about Warrior Football? Contact Head Coach Chad Fox (402-443-4332 ext. 3211, or email cfox@wahoowarriors.org).

Warrior Football knocks out Mitchell in first round of C1 State Playoff

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