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Warrior junior Autumn Iversen posted 11 points and 8 rebounds in Wahoo's single-point win over #2-ranked Lincoln Lutheran on Jan. 4.

Warrior Girls ride the running clock to big win @ D.C. West

11-2 Wahoo hosts Ralston on Tuesday

2021-2022 SCHEDULE
(Home games are in BOLD CAPS)

 Date  Opponent  Score
 12/02/21  BENNINGTON  W (60-50)
 12/03/21  @ Aurora  W (54-29)
 12/07/21  ASHLAND-GREENWOOD  W (55-26)
 12/14/21  NORRIS   L (39-42)
 12/16/21  @ Nebraska City  W (63-13)
 12/27/21  Elkhorn North (Holiday Tournament @ Bishop Neumann)   L (30-68)
 12/28/21  Seward (Holiday Tournament @ Bishop Neumann)  W (62-43)
 12/30/21  YUTAN  W (40-28)
 01/04/22  LINCOLN LUTHERAN  W (38-37)
 01/08/22  @ Crete  W (58-34)
 01/11/22  BLAIR  W (43-26)
 01/13/22  PLATTEVIEW  W (59-26)
 01/15/22  @ D.C. West  W (66-17)
 01/18/22  RALSTON  6:00 p.m.
 01/20/22  @ Waverly  6:00 p.m.
 01/24/22  WAYNE  5:30 p.m.
 01/24-29/22  Conference Tourney  TBD
 02/04/22  ELKHORN  7:00 p.m.
 02/05/22  @ Beatrice  3:00 p.m.
 02/08/22  @ Malcolm  7:30 p.m.
 02/10/22  @ Plattsmouth  6:00 p.m.
 02/14-17/22  Subdistricts  TBD
 02/25/22  District Finals  TBD
 03/07-11/22  State Tournament  TBD


VARSITY ROSTER

No.  Name  Height   Grade
  4  Karley Golladay  5'4"  12
 10  Bailey Maly  5'5"  11
 12  Taylor Luben  5'7"  12
 14  Autumn Iversen  5'7"  11
 20  Ella Lacey  5'5"  11
 22  Sammy Leu  5'9"  11
 24  Josie Sutton  6'0"  12
 30  Ava Lausterer  5'8"  10
 31  Teagan Watts  5'5"  10
 32  Sidney Smart  5'5"  10
 40  Abbey Borchers  5'8"  12
 42  Sarah Kolterman  5'8"  11
 44  Kylee Kenning  5'9"  12
 50  Lanta Hitz  5'9"  10

Click HERE to view the entire girls basketball roster.
Head Coach: Sean Forbes  |  Assistant Coaches: Tracee Fairbanks, Brandon Zetocka, Catherine Fox
Student Managers: Brailey Gronenthal, Aubrey Fingerhut, Addysen Hancock, Blake Hitz, Leah Simon, Chloe Strait, Olivia Wesely, Claire Emerson

2021-2022 SEASON RECORD: 11-2

LIVE STREAM
All home basketball games will be broadcast live on the district's YouTube Channel:

                                      

SCOREBOARDS/SUMMARIES/STATS

January 18, 2022 (Home)
    Wahoo    xx    •    Ralston   xx

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

GAME STATS  ||  SEASON STATS

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MEDIA COVERAGE

Wahoo girls saw in June the potential to rebound quickly from last year's up-and-down season
by Clark Grell (photo by Justin Wan), Lincoln Journal-Star (posted Jan. 17, 2022)

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Warrior Girls ride the running clock to big win @ D.C. West
11-2 Wahoo hosts Ralston on Tuesday
January 15, 2022 (Away)
    Wahoo    66    •    D.C. West   17   
W (Season Record: 11-2)

     1   2   3   4          F
 Warriors  24        22     (46)  15     (61)   5         66
 Falcons   7   3       (10)   3      (13)   4         17

GAME STATS  ||  SEASON STATS

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Warrior Girls solidly defeat Platteview at home for win #10
Wahoo travels to D.C. West on Saturday
January 13, 2022 (Home)
    Wahoo    59    •    Platteview   26   
W (Season Record: 10-2)

     1   2   3   4          F
 Warriors  21        10     (31)  15     (46)  13         59
 Trojans   5   3       (8)  12     (20)   6          26

GAME STATS  ||  SEASON STATS

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Warrior Girls win big at home over Class B's 10-1 Blair
9-2 Wahoo hosts Platteview on Friday
January 11, 2022 (Home)
    Wahoo    43    •    Blair   26   
W (Season Record: 9-2)

     1   2   3   4          F
 Warriors   6        12     (18)  12     (30)  13         43
 Bears   7   6      (13)   5      (18)   8          26

GAME STATS  ||  SEASON STATS

Tuesday night was a big night for the Wahoo Warrior Girls Basketball team! The Warriors knocked off 10-1 Class B Blair 43-26.

The first quarter was a defensive battle between the two teams. Blair won the quarter 7-6 with both teams feeling each other out.

The Warriors found some things to get them going in the second quarter, pulling ahead 18-13 at the break. Karley Golladay scored 5 points in the quarter, along with Sammy Leu and Autumn Iversen adding a 3-point field goal.

The third quarter was another successful period for the Warriors. Wahoo won the quarter 12-5, taking a 30-18 lead into the final quarter. Iversen added 6 more points, along with 3 other players getting a basket.

In the fourth quarter the Warriors continued to build on their lead to win the game 43-26. Leu led the way in the final quarter adding 6 more points.  

“I was so proud of how the girls came out and competed against a very talented team in Blair,” said Head Coach Sean Forbes. "We put in a new offense in practice and the girls did a great job of executing it. The girls played so hard the entire game on both ends of the court, and we kept our composure and grinded out a very good win."

Iversen had 14 points and 4 rebounds. Leu added 13 points, 7 rebounds, 3 assists, and 2 steals. Golladay helped the Warriors with 8 points, 2 rebounds, 3 assists, 2 steals and great ball handling against the Blair press.

The Warriors have back-to-back games this weekend, playing Platteview at home Friday and on the road at D.C. West on Saturday.

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Solid offense & defense propels Warrior Girls to victory over Crete
8-2 Wahoo hosts Blair on Tuesday
January 8, 2022 (Away)
    Wahoo    58    •    Crete   34   
W (Season Record: 8-2)

     1   2   3   4          F
 Warriors  16        14     (30)   8      (38)  20         58
 Cardinals   4  10     (14)  10     (24)  10         34

GAME STATS  ||  SEASON STATS

The Wahoo Warriors are now 8-2 with a win over Crete on Saturday.

The Warriors came out ready to go winning the first quarter 16-4. Five different players scored in the first quarter to build the lead along with playing great defense.

In the second quarter Wahoo continued to build on the lead, taking a halftime score of 30-14 into the locker room. Autumn Iversen led the first half scoring with 9 points. 

Crete battled back a little bit in the third quarter, winning the period 10-8, but Wahoo still had a commanding lead. Karley Golladay was the only Warrior to score in the quarter with 8 points. 

Wahoo pulled away in the fourth quarter, winning the quarter 20-10, and the final score was 58-34. Seven different players scored in the quarter.  

“With the weird reffing situation, I am super proud of how the girls handled the game,” said Head Coach Sean Forbes. "We played really good defense and shared the ball on offense against Crete's 2-3 zone."

Golladay led the way with 14 points and 3 assists. Iversen had 10 points and 6 rebounds. Taylor Luben had 6 points along with 6 rebounds. Sammy Leu had 9 points, 6 rebounds and 2 steals.

Wahoo's next game is Tuesday night against Blair.

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Warrior Girls overcome game-long deficit to eke victory over C1 #2-ranked Lincoln Lutheran
7-2 Wahoo travels to Crete on Saturday
January 4, 2022 (Home)
    Wahoo    38    •    Lincoln Lutheran   37   
W (Season Record: 7-2)

     1   2   3   4          F
 Warriors   6         5      (11)  15     (26)  12         38
 Lutheran  14   9      (23)   6      (29)   8          37

GAME STATS  ||  SEASON STATS


Warrior seniors (from left) Kylee Kenning and Karley Golladay helped put Wahoo over the top in Wahoo's one-point victory over #2-ranked Lincoln Lutheran on Jan. 4. (photo courtesy Studio 123)

The Wahoo Warriors pulled out a very exciting win over highly rated Lincoln Lutheran 38-37.

The Warriors got down early but never gave up. The first quarter went Lutheran's way with them taking a 14-6 lead. It was a battle of two really good defensive teams. 

In the second quarter Lincoln Lutheran continued to build a small lead, winning the period 9-5 and taking a 23-11 lead into half time.  

The Warriors came out in the third quarter with great focus and won the quarter 15-6. From this point on it was a barn burner. Autumn Iversen had two three's in the quarter, along with Sammy Leu's 5 points to lead the come back. Kylee Kenning hit a half court shot at the buzzer to give the Warriors a lot of momentum heading into the fourth quarter.

The fourth quarter was a back-and-forth affair. Wahoo won the quarter 12-8 to win the game by 1. Lincoln Lutheran had a last shot, but the Warriors' great defense kept them from getting a good shot off.  

“This was a great high school game! Both teams are really talented and play very good defense,” commented Head Coach Sean Forbes. "We made some offensive adjustments at half time to try and get some scoring going. The girls never stopped believing that they could pull out a win. This is a huge confidence booster that shows that this team can play with the top teams in C-1."

Leu led Wahoo with 13 points and 4 rebounds. Iversen had 11 points and 8 rebounds. Taylor Luben had 8 rebounds and played great defense on Lincoln Lutheran's primary ball handler. Kenning added 7 big points.

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Warrior Girls close 2021 with big home victory over Yutan
6-2 Wahoo hosts Lincoln Lutheran on Jan. 4
December 30, 2021 (Home)
    Wahoo    40    •    Yutan   28   
W (Season Record: 6-2)

     1   2   3   4          F
 Warriors  10        12     (22)   5      (27)  13         40
 Chieftains   4   6      (10)   7      (17)  11          28

GAME STATS  ||  SEASON STATS

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HOLIDATOURNAMENT

         

Warrior Girls defeat Seward in Holiday Tourney consolation game
5-2 Wahoo hosts Yutan on Thursday in final game of 2021
December 28, 2021 (Holiday Tournament @ Bishop Neumann)
    Wahoo    62    •    Seward   43   
W (Season Record: 5-2)

     1   2   3   4          F
 Warriors   9        17     (26)  24     (50)  12         62
 Bluejays   8   9      (17)  10     (27)  16         43

GAME STATS  ||  SEASON STATS

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Warrior Girls overpowered by Elkhorn North in first round of Holiday Tournament
4-2 Wahoo plays Seward tomorrow in tourney consolation
December 27, 2021 (Holiday Tournament @ Bishop Neumann)
    Wahoo    30    •    Elkhorn North   68   
L (Season Record: 4-2)

     1   2   3   4          F
 Warriors   6         7      (13)  10     (23)   7           30
 Wolves  18  19     (37)  11      (48)  20         68

GAME STATS  ||  SEASON STATS

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Warrior Girls smash the Pioneers @ Nebraska City
4-1 Wahoo heads to Neumann for Dec. 27-28 Holiday Tournament
December 16, 2021 (Away)
    Wahoo    63    •    Nebraska City   13   
W (Season Record: 4-1)

     1   2   3   4          F
 Warriors  17        14      (31)  20     (51)  12          63
 Pioneers   7   2        (9)   4       (13)   0           13

GAME STATS  ||  SEASON STATS

The Wahoo Warriors bounced back with a big win over Nebraska City 63-13 on Thursday night.

The Warriors got out to a hot start winning the first quarter 17-7. Sammy Leu scored 10 points in the quarter. Ten different Warriors got into the game in the opening quarter.

In the second quarter Wahoo continued to build on the lead, winning the quarter 14-2. All 12 Warriors played in the quarter. Leu continued to build on her big night with 10 more points. Five different girls scored in the quarter.

Wahoo put the game away in the third quarter, outscoring Nebraska City 20-4. Leu had 9 more points, with Sidney Smart and Josey Sutton each adding 4 points.  

Wahoo continued the great night shutting out Nebraska City in the fourth quarter, while scoring 12 points in the final period.

“The girls came out ready to go and took care of business,” said Head Coach Sean Forbes. "I was really proud of how our girls played with good sportsmanship and supported each other throughout the game. It is always fun when every girl suited up can contribute in a positive way."

Leu led the way with 31 points and 7 steals. Taylor Luben  and Ava Lausterer each scored 6 points. Karley Golladay had 6 points, 3 assists, and 3 steals. Autumn Iversen had 3 rebounds, 5 assists, and 2 steals.  

Wahoo's next game is the Holiday Tournament against Elkhorn North at Bishop Neumann.

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Warrior Girls suffer first season loss to Norris in down-to-the-wire home matchup
3-1 Wahoo travels to Nebraska City on Thursday
December 14, 2021 (Home)
    Wahoo    39    •    Norris   42    L (Season Record: 3-1)

     1   2   3   4          F
 Warriors  11         9      (20)  13     (33)   6          39
 Titans   8  20     (28)   9      (37)   5          42

GAME STATS  ||  SEASON STATS

The Wahoo Warriors took their first loss of the season to a highly rated class B team Norris on Tuesday night.

The first quarter went Wahoo's way, taking an 11-8 lead. Four different girls had a basket in the quarter while holding Norris to two field goals and some free throws.

In the second quarter Norris took a lead scoring 20 in the quarter. Wahoo got into some foul trouble which allowed Norris to shoot eight free throws and make 6 field goals. Sammy Leu got it going in the quarter scoring 8 points for Wahoo.

Wahoo battled back in the third quarter, outscoring Norris 13-9. Leu had another 8 points in the quarter. Wahoo continued to play great defense. 

Wahoo also outscored Norris in the 4th quarter 6-5, but it wasn't enough to pull out the win. With great defense Wahoo held Norris to no field goals. Autumn Iversen had two 3-point field goals to help the Warriors fight back. The Titans finished the game with four straight made free throws.  

“I can't say enough good things about how hard our girls worked to try and pull out the win,” said Head Coach Sean Forbes. “The girls never gave up and gave it all they had. Our defensive intensity was fantastic."

Leu led the way with 16 points with 2 rebounds and 2 steals. Karley Golladay had 6 points and 7 assists. Iversen had 6 points, 4 rebounds, and 4 steals. Taylor Luben did her part with 3 points, 5 rebounds, and 2 steals.  

Wahoo travels to Nebraska City Thursday night. JV will play at 4:30 p.m., with varsity following

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Warrior Girls dominate A-G at home for season's third straight win
3-0 Wahoo hosts Wayne on Friday
December 7, 2021 (Home)
    Wahoo    55    •    Ashland-Greenwood   26    W (Season Record: 3-0)

     1   2   3   4          F
 Warriors  13        11     (24)  17     (41)  14         55
 Bluejays   1   9     (10)   9      (19)   7          26

GAME STATS  ||  SEASON STATS

The Wahoo Warriors won their third win in a row to start the season 55-26 at home over Ashland-Greenwood Tuesday night.

The girls came out and played great defense right out of the gate for Wahoo to lead 13-1 after the first quarter. Taylor Luben scored 5 points in the quarter.

Wahoo continued to play great defense in the second quarter to hold A-G to under 10 points again by only allowing 9 points in the quarter. Wahoo led 24-10 at half time.

Wahoo scored 17 in the third quarter and held the Bluejays to 9 in the quarter. Sammy Leu scored 8 in the quarter.

The fourth quarter was another good period for Wahoo with all 12 girls getting playing time. Wahoo won the quarter 14-7 and won the game 55-26. The Wahoo girls made 8-10 free throws in the quarter to seal the win.

“I am super proud of the way the girls came out and played defense from the opening tip,” said Head Coach Sean Forbes. “Every girl that saw the court tonight went out and had great energy. We are really doing a great job of pressuring the ball and rotating on passes. We will continue to work hard at practice to work on the things we need to improve on."

Leu led the way with 14 points with 2 assists and 5 steals. Sarah Kolterman had 8 points and 4 rebounds. Autumn Iversen had 6 steals playing great defense. Karley Golladay had 5 points and 4 assists. Ella Lacey had 7 points. Luben did her part with 5 points, 2 rebounds, and 3 steals before leaving the game with an injury. Most of the starters sat out the fourth quarter, allowing the rest of the team to finish the game.

Wahoo had 16 steals to force 28 turnovers on the night.

Wahoo hosts Wayne Friday night. JV will play at 4:30 p.m. with varsity following.

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Warrior Girls take care of business @ Aurora to advance to 2-0
Wahoo hosts Ashland-Greenwood on Tuesday
December 3, 2021 (Away)
    Wahoo    54    •    Aurora   29    W (Season Record: 2-0)

     1   2   3   4          F
 Warriors  12        12     (24)  21     (45)   9          54
 Huskies   5   7      (12)   9      (21)   8          29

GAME STATS  ||  SEASON STATS

The Wahoo Warriors earned their second win to start the season 54-29 on the road over Aurora Friday night.

Wahoo led after the first quarter 12-5. Five different players scored in the quarter.

The second quarter was similar to the first, with Wahoo outscoring the Huskies 12-7 in the quarter to go up 24-12 at half time.  

The third quarter was the best quarter of the game for the Warriors. Wahoo scored 21 while holding Aurora to 9 in the quarter. The girls made four 3-point shots in the quarter.

Leading 45-21, Wahoo continued to play good defense to finish the Huskies off in the fourth quarter. Nine different girls scored 2 or more points in the game.

“Playing back-to-back games is never easy, but our girls came out and played another good game to take care of business,” said Head Coach Sean Forbes. “I couldn't be happier with the effort of all of our players. The girls have really concentrated on playing great defense in practice and games and it has shown in our first two games.”

Karley Golladay led the way with 14 points with 4 assists and 2 steals. Sammy Leu had 10 points, 3 rebounds, 4 assists, 7 steals, 1 block and took a charge. Autumn Iversen had 7 points, 4 rebounds, 2 assists, 2 steals, and 1 block. Josie Sutton got her first start of her career and had 6 points and 6 rebounds. Taylor Luben played great defense once again to get 4 steals.

Wahoo had 16 steals to force 24 turnovers.

Wahoo hosts Ashland-Greenwood Tuesday night in a girls only game. JV will play at 6:00 p.m. with varsity following.

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Warrior Girls open the season with home win over Bennington!
1-0 Wahoo travels to Aurora tomorrow night


Warrior senior Karley Golladay posted 11 points, 7 assists, and 3 steals in Wahoo's 60-50 season-opening win over ranked Bennington! (photo courtesy Studio 123)

December 2, 2021 (Season Opener @ Home)
    Wahoo    60    •    Bennington   50    W (Season Record: 1-0)

     1   2   3   4          F
 Warriors  16         9      (25)  15     (40)  20         60
 Badgers  12  14     (26)   8      (34)  16          50

GAME STATS


Warrior seniors Taylor Luben and Kylee Kenning. (photos courtesy Studio 123)

The Wahoo Warriors started the season with a great win over the Bennington Badgers, 60-50, Thursday night in Wahoo.

Wahoo led after the first quarter 16-12. Autumn Iversen started the game on fire with three three-point shots and another basket to give her 11 in the quarter.

Bennington battled back to take a one-point lead at half time 26-25.

The third quarter was a very good team effort on both the offensive and defensive ends of the court. Wahoo out-scored Bennington 15-6 in the quarter to lead 40-34. Karley Golladay had 7 points in the quarter.

Wahoo pulled away in the fourth quarter, scoring 20 points to win 60-50. Sammy Leu had 7 in the fourth to lead the Warriors. Seven different players contributed with a basket in this final quarter.

“I was super pleased with how hard we played in the first game,” said Head Coach Sean Forbes. “Bennington is a highly rated team in Class B so we knew we had to come out and play great to get the win. All of our kids really competed on the defensive end of the court. Our defensive pressure throughout the whole game really was fantastic. Bennington had two talented post players and our girls really stepped up to the challenge to make them work for everything they got. Kylee Kenning, Josie Sutton, and Sarah Kolterman all played great post defense throughout the game.”

Iversen led the way with 20 points with four three-point shots. Golladay had 11 points, 7 assists, and 3 steals. Leu had 10 points, 8 rebounds, and 3 steals. Sidney Smart had 5 points and 7 rebounds. Taylor Luben had 3 points, 3 assists, 3 rebounds, and 1 steal.

Wahoo forced 28 turnovers.

Wahoo will travel to Aurora Friday night to take on the Huskies.


2021-2022 Warrior Girls Basketball Team, back row (from left): Kaitlyn Hajek, Miranda Vanek, Kassidy Beavers, Brynna Fairbanks, Sidney Smart, Sarah Kolterman, Lanta Hitz, Coach Catherine Fox. Third row: Lillian Harris, Teagan Watts, Ava Lausterer, Ella Lacey, Bailey Maly, Autumn Iversen, Sammy Leu, Coach Brandon Zetocka. Second row: Coach Tracee Fairbanks, Kylee Kenning, Abigail Borchers, Taylor Luben, Josie Sutton, Karley Golladay, Coach Sean Forbes. Front row: Claire Emerson, Blake Hitz, Chloe Strait, Leah Simon, Aubrey Fingerhut, Addysen Hancock, Brailey Gronenthal, Olivia Weseley. (photo courtesy Studio 123)


Congratulations 2021-2022 Warrior Basketball Seniors (from left): Taylor Luben, Josie Sutton, Karley Golladay, Abbey Borchers, and Kylee Kenning. (photo courtesy Studio 123)

Warrior Girls ride the running clock to big win @ D.C. West

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