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Congratulations Warrior Softball: B-4 District Champions and State Qualifiers! Wahoo shut out Gering in both games of the Oct. 9 District Final.

Warrior Softball falls to Northwest in season-ending Game 9 of State Tourney

Wahoo closes 2021 with an impressive 28-5 record

2021 VARSITY SCHEDULE:
(Home games are in BOLD CAPS)

 Date  Opponent  Score
 08/19/21  PLATTSMOUTH  W (10-2)
 08/21/21  Seward (@ Freeman Tourney)  W (7-4)
 08/21/21  Hastings St. Cecelia (@ Freeman Tourney)  W (4-2)
 08/21/21  NEN (@ Freeman Tourney)  W (7-6)
 08/26/21  @ Milford  W (10-1)
 08/28/21  Cass County Central (@ Syracuse Tourney)  W (12-1)
 08/28/21  Freeman (@ Syracuse Tourney)  W (9-2)
 08/28/21  Yutan-Mead (Syracuse Tourney Championship)  W (9-2)
 08/31/21  BEATRICE   L (0-6)
 09/02/21  @ Elkhorn  canceled
 09/04/21  Crete (@ A-G Quad)  W (1-0)
 09/04/21  Ashland-Greenwood (@ A-G Quad)  W (9-5)
 09/04/21  Waverly (@ A-G Quad)  W (7-4)
 09/07/21  BENNINGTON  W (2-1)
 09/09/21  @ Nebraska City  W (8-7)
 09/14/21  Tekamah-Herman (@ D.C. West Triang.)  W (10-2)
 09/14/21  D.C. West/Concordia (@ D.C. West Triang.)  W (11-0)
 09/16/21  @ Ralston  W (1-0)
 09/21/21  GRAND ISLAND CC (home triangular)  W (7-2)
 09/21/21  YORK (home triangular)  W (10-2)
 09/23/21  PLATTEVIEW  W (18-0)
 09/25/21  Plattsmouth (Conference Tourney @ Ralston)  W (12-0)
 09/25/21  Ralston (Conference Tourney @ Ralston)  W (5-4)
 09/25/21  Beatrice (Conference Tourney Championship)   L (3-7)
 09/27/21  @ Norris   L (2-5)
 09/28/21  ARLINGTON  W (10-1)
 09/30/21  OMAHA GROSS  W (5-0)
 10/04/21  NEN (Game 1, B-5 Subdistrict)  W (6-1)
 10/04/21  BEATRICE (B-5 Subdistrict Final)  W (7-4)
 10/09/21  GERING (Game 1, B-4 District Final)  W (8-0)
 10/09/21  GERING (Game 2, B-4 District Final)  W (9-0)
 10/13/21  Scottsbluff (Game 3, State Tournament)  W (13-5)
 10/13/21  Hastings (Game 6, State Tournament)   L (2-6)
 10/14/21  Northwest (Game 9, State Tournament)   L (1-4)


ROSTER:

 No.       Name/Position        Grade 
  1  Sidney Smart  10
  2  Tabitha Cooney  12
  3  Harper Hancock  11
  4  Adelia Dunlap   9
  5  Brynna Fairbanks  10
  6  Autumn Iversen  11
  7  Abbey Borchers  12
  8  Jaiden Swanson  11
 11  Lilly Obert  10
 12  Maddie Snyder   9
 13  Mollie Urban   9
 14  Miranda Vanek  10
 16  Ava Lausterer  10
 17  Lilly Harris  10
 18  Katelyn Urban  12
 19  Becca Wotipka  12
 20  Samantha Norris  10
 21  Hannah Herrera  10
 22  Kylee Kenning  12
 23  Gaia Rodgers-Norris   9
 24  Lanta Hitz  10
 27  Rylee Koehler  12
 29  Nicki Walla  12
 30  Kassidy Beavers  10

Coaches: Trina Christen, Elizabeth Gregg, Ashley Otte
Managers: Addison Bohaty, Addison Gregg, Emma Meyer, Addison Smart, Payton Duerksen, Ella Gregg, Marah Kaminski

2021 SEASON RECORD: 28-5

SCOREBOARDS:

Warrior Softball defeats Scottsbluff in five; falls to Hastings & Northwest in Class B State Tourney
Wahoo closes 2021 with an impressive 28-5 record
October 13-14, 2021 (Class B, NSAA State Tournament @ Hastings)

Game 9
#3 Wahoo    1    ||     #5 Northwest    4    L (Final Season Record: 28-5)     

   1  2  3  4  5  6  7  R  H  E
 Warriors   1   0   0   0   0   0   0   1   8   3
 Vikings   0   1   1   0   1   1   x   4   7   0

Warrior Softball suffered a heartbreaking end to their season, falling 4-1 to Northwest on Thursday in Game 9 of the State Tournament, despite out-hitting them eight to seven.

Wahoo got things moving in the first inning, when Harper Hancock doubled on the first pitch of the at bat, scoring one run.

In the bottom of the second inning, Northwest tied things up at one when Caspersen grounded out, scoring one run. The Vikings pulled away for good with one run in the third inning, when a Zobel sac fly scored one run.

Laurent earned the win for Northwest. The pitcher went seven innings, allowing one run on eight hits, striking out 12 and walking one. Autumn Iversen took the loss for Wahoo. She lasted six innings, allowing seven hits and four runs while striking out eight and walking one.

Jaiden Swanson went 2-for-3 at the plate to lead the Warriors in hits, and Urbanski led Northwest with two hits in four at bats. Northwest didn't commit a single error in the field, and Zobel had the most chances in the field with 13.

Game 6
#3 Wahoo    2    ||     #2 Hastings    6    L (Season Record: 28-4)      

   1  2  3  4  5  6  7  R  H  E
 Warriors   0   0   0   0   2   0   0   2   1   1
 Tigers   0   0   3   0   0   3   x   6   8   1

Hastings scored three runs in the sixth inning to seal their win over Wahoo in Game 6 of State. The Tigers' big inning was driven by a single by Emma Synek and a home run by Kaelan Schultz.

Faith Molina got the win for Hastings. She went seven innings, allowing two runs on one hit and striking out 14. Autumn Iversen took the loss for Wahoo, lasting six innings, allowing eight hits and six runs while striking out eight and walking zero.

Wahoo tallied one home run for the game when Kylee Kenning went deep in the fifth. Kenning led the Warriors with one hit in three at bats.

Hastings racked up eight hits in the game, with multiple hits by Schultz, Emma Landgren, and Synek.

Game 3
#3 Wahoo    13    ||     #6 Scottsbluff    5    W [5 innings] (Season Record: 28-3)      

   1  2  3  4  5  6  7  R  H  E
 Bearcats   1   2   1   1   0   x   x   5  10   3
 Warriors   3   6   3   0   1   x   x  13  15   1

Warrior Softball asserted their will over Scottsbluff on their way to an easy 13-5 victory in their first game of the 2021 State Tournament!

Scottsbluff opened up scoring in the first inning, when Alexandra Jones singled on a 2-0 count, scoring one run. Wahoo pulled away for good with six runs in the second inning, when Ava Lausterer hit a solo homer, Harper Hancock drew a walk, scoring one run, and Kylee Kenning homered on a 1-2 count, scoring four runs.

Jaiden Swanson was the winning pitcher for the Warriors, allowing eight hits and four runs over three innings, striking out three and walking one. Autumn Iversen threw two innings in relief out of the bullpen.

Aubrey Barrett took the loss for Scottsbluff, lasting two-thirds of an inning, allowing one hit and three runs while striking out one. Elizabeth Fuss started the game for the Bearcats. She lasted three and a third innings, allowing 11 hits and seven runs while striking out two and walking zero.

Wahoo launched five home runs on the day: Swanson in the first inning, Lausterer and Kenning in the second inning, and Sidney Smart and Hancock in the third.

The Warriors racked up 15 hits, with multiple hits by Kenning, Hancock, Katelyn Urban, Smart, and Swanson.  

Scottsbluff tallied ten hits in the game, with multiple hits by Taryn Spady and Mariyah Avila.

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MEDIA COVERAGE

First trip to state since '15 has Wahoo Softball team drumming to the right notes
by Clark Grell, Lincoln Journal-Star (posted Oct. 9, 2021)

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Warrior Softball: B-4 District Champions & State Qualifiers!
Wahoo shuts out Gering in both games of District Final; earns #3 seed on State bracket; takes on #6 Scottsbluff in Game 3 on Wednesday (11:30 a.m.)
October 9, 2021 (B-4 District Final @ Home)

Game 2
#4 Wahoo    9    ||     #13 Gering   0    W [5 innings] (Season Record: 27-3)       

   1  2  3  4  5  6  7  R  H  E
 Warriors   1   4   0   0   4   x   x   9   9   1
 Bulldogs   0   0   0   0   0   x   x   0   1   4

Jaiden Swanson didn't allow a single run against Gering, throwing a complete game shutout and leading Warrior Softball to a 9-0 victory in Game 2 of the B-4 District Final!

Wahoo opened up scoring in the first inning, with a solo homer by Autumn Iversen. The Warriors notched four runs in the fifth inning, thanks to singles by Becca Wotipka and Sidney Smart, a sacrifice fly by Abbey Borchers, and an error on a ball put in play by Iversen.

A single by Brylee Dean in the fourth inning was a positive for Gering.

Swanson took the win for Wahoo, allowing one hit and zero runs over five innings, striking out nine and walking zero. Sarah Wiese took the loss for Gering, surrendering three runs on five hits over two innings, striking out one and walking one.

The Warriors racked up nine hits on the day, lead by Katelyn Urban and Smart with two hits each. Dean went 1-for-2 at the plate to lead Gering in hits.

Game 1
#4 Wahoo    8    ||     #13 Gering   0    W [6 innings] (Season Record: 26-3)  

   1  2  3  4  5  6  7  R  H  E
 Bulldogs   0   0   0   0   0   0   x   0   2   2
 Warriors   4   0   0   0   2   2   x   8  12   0

Autumn Iversen had all the right stuff on Saturday, allowing zero runs and besting Gering by a score of 8-0 in Game 1 of the B-4 District Final.

In the first inning, the Warriors got their offense started when Harper Hancock drew a walk, scoring one run.

A single by Jessica Brown in the first inning was a positive for Gering.

Iversen led Wahoo to victory in the circle, surrendering zero runs on two hits over six innings, striking out nine. Sarah Wiese took the loss for Gering, allowing 12 hits and eight runs over five innings, striking out one and walking one.

The Warriors collected 12 hits on the game, lead with three hits apiece by Katelyn Urban, Sidney Smart, and Jaiden Swanson. Wahoo was sure-handed in the field and didn't commit a single error. Urban had the most chances in the field with nine.

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MEDIA COVERAGE

Much more softball in store for Wahoo, where both local teams won their subdistricts
by Steve Beideck, Omaha World-Herald (posted Oct. 4, 2021)

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MEDIA COVERAGE

Wahoo shows why 'this is a softball town' as the Warriors and Cavaliers each swing for state
by Clark Grell (photo by Eakin Howard), Lincoln Journal-Star (posted Oct. 4, 2021)

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Warrior Softball defeats #4 NEN & #2 Beatrice in Monday's B-5 subdistrict!
25-3 Wahoo to host District Final on Friday (opponent & time TBD)
October 4, 2021 (B-5 Subdistrict @ Home)
      
Subdistrict Final
#1 Wahoo    7    ||     #2 BEATRICE    4    W (Season Record: 25-3)   

   1  2  3  4  5  6  7  R  H  E
 Orange   0   0   0   1   0   0   3   4   3   1
 Warriors   0   0   0   5   0   2   x   7  10   5

Warrior Softball defeated Beatrice 7-4 on Monday, avenging two past losses to the Lady Orange this season.

Autumn Iversen earned the victory on the rubber for Wahoo. She lasted seven innings, allowing three hits and four runs while striking out three. Schwisow took the loss for Beatrice, lasting six innings, allowing ten hits and seven runs while striking out four.

The Warriors socked two home runs on the day: Iversen in the fourth inning, and a two-run bomb by Sidney Smart in the sixth inning.

Wahoo tallied ten hits, lead by Katelyn Urban, Abbey Borchers, and Iversen with two hits each. Vanschoiack went 2-for-3 at the plate to lead Beatrice in hits.

Game 1
#1 Wahoo    6    ||     #4 NEN    1    W (Season Record: 24-3)     

   1  2  3  4  5  6  7  R  H  E
 Vipers   0   0   0   0   1   0   0   1   6   2
 Warriors   0   0   3   0   3   0   x   6   5   1

Warrior Softball was victorious over NEN, 6-1, in Game 1 of today's B-5 subdistrict!

Wahoo launched two home runs on the day: Autumn Iversen (3rd inning) and Sidney Smart (5th inning) both posted three-run bombs!

Iversen led the Warriors to victory on the rubber, going seven innings, allowing one run on six hits and striking out 15. Emma Krusemark took the loss for the Vipers, going six innings, allowing six runs on five hits, striking out one and walking one.

Iversen, Abbey Borchers, Smart, Katelyn Urban, and Rylee Koehler each had one hit to lead Wahoo. NEN collected six hits, with multiple hits from Lillie Timm and Reese Kneifl.

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Warrior Softball closes the regular season with a shutout over Omaha Gross!
23-3 Wahoo hosts Monday's B-5 Subdistrict (bracket posted)
September 30, 2021 (Home)
Wahoo    5    ||     Omaha Gross    0    W (Season Record: 23-3)   

   1  2  3  4  5  6  7  R  H  E
 Cougars   0   0   0   0   0   0   0   0   5   3
 Warriors   0   3   0   2   0   0   x   5   6   1

Autumn Iversen threw a gem on Thursday for Warrior Softball, allowing zero runs and besting Gross Catholic by a score of 5-0

Wahoo fired up the offense in the second inning, when Iversen homered on the first pitch of the at bat, scoring three runs.

One bright spot for Gross Catholic was a single by Jenna Skradski in the first inning.

Iversen took the win for the Warriors, going seven innings, allowing zero runs on five hits, striking out seven and walking one. Ellie Zoucha took the loss for Gross Catholic, lasting three innings, allowing five hits and five runs while striking out one.

Iversen led Wahoo with three hits in four at bats. For the Cougars Skradski went 2-for-4 at the plate to lead Gross Catholic in hits.

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Warrior Softball rebounds from two straight losses with blowout win over Arlington
22-3 Wahoo hosts Omaha Gross on Thursday
September 28, 2021 (Home)
Wahoo    10    ||     Arlington    1    W [5 innings] (Season Record: 22-3)   

   1  2  3  4  5  6  7  R  H  E
 Eagles   0   0   0   1   0   x   x   1   1   7
 Warriors   5   1   2   2   x   x   x  10   7   1

Warrior Softball blew out Arlington 10-1 on Tuesday.

Wahoo got things started in the first inning when an error scored one run.

Jaiden Swanson was the winning pitcher for the Warriors. She went five innings, allowing one run on one hit and striking out nine. Hailey Brenn took the loss for Arlington, going four innings, allowing ten runs on seven hits and striking out three.

Wahoo socked one home run on the day, with an Autumn Iversen four bagger in the second inning. Kylee Kenning went 2-for-3 at the plate to lead the Warriors in hits.

Gracie Herman led Arlington with one hit in two at bats.

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Norris hands season's third loss to Warrior Softball
21-3 Wahoo hosts Arlington Tuesday
September 27, 2021 (Away)
Wahoo    2    ||     Norris    5    L (Season Record: 21-3)   

   1  2  3  4  5  6  7  R  H  E
 Warriors   0   0   1   0   1   0   0   2   4   1
 Rams   0   1   2   1   0   1   x   5   9   3

In the second inning, Norris got their offense started when Bryant tripled on a 1-1 count, scoring one run. Norris pulled away for good with two runs in the third inning, when Bishoff singled on a 0-1 count, scoring one run, and Burbach laid down a sacrifice bunt, scoring one run.

Carlow was the winning pitcher for Norris, going seven innings, allowing two runs on four hits, striking out nine and walking one. Autumn Iversen took the loss for Wahoo, lasting six innings, allowing nine hits and five runs while striking out three and walking one.

Iversen went 2-for-4 at the plate to lead the Warriors in hits.

Norris racked up nine hits in the game, with Bishoff (3-for-3) and Becher each managing multiple hits.

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Warrior Softball: 2021 Trailblazer Conference Runners-Up
Wahoo quickly defeats Plattsmouth in 3, overcomes Ralston tie with Lausterer walk-off homer, but falls short to Beatrice in final
September 25, 2021 (Trailblazer Conference Tournament @ Ralston)



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FINAL RESULTS: 1. Beatrice, 2. Wahoo, 3. Ralston, 4). Nebraska City, 5. Plattsmouth, 6. Platteview
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CHAMPIONSHIP:    #1 Wahoo    3    ||     #2 Beatrice    7    L (Season Record: 21-2)

   1  2  3  4  5  6  7  R  H  E
 Orange   0   0   0   0   2   5   0   7  12   2
 Warriors   0   1   0   1   1   0   0   3   5   4

Saturday's conference tourney championship game against Beatrice was a heartbreaker for Wahoo, as they lost the lead late in a 7-3 defeat. The game was tied at three with Beatrice batting in the top of the sixth when Vanschoiack singled on a 0-2 count, scoring one run.

The Warriors got on the board in the second inning with an RBI by Becca Wotipka on a single.

Schwisow earned the victory in the circle for the Orange. The pitcher lasted seven innings, allowing five hits and three runs while striking out four and walking one. Autumn Iversen took the loss for Wahoo, gong seven innings, allowing seven runs on 12 hits, striking out two and walking one.

Beatrice hit two home runs on the day, by Schwisow and DeBoer in the sixth inning.

The Warriors racked up five hits, with Rylee Koehler and Jaiden Swanson each managing two hits. Beatrice collected 12 hits.

#1 Wahoo    5    ||     #4 Ralston    4    W [6 innings - expired clock] (Season Record: 21-1)

   1  2  3  4  5  6  7  R  H  E
 Rams   0   0   3   1   0   0   x   4   7   0
 Warriors   2   0   2   0   0   1   x   5   8   3

A walk-off home run propelled Warrior Softball to a decisive, dramatic victory over Ralston, 5-4. The game was tied at four with Wahoo batting in the bottom of the sixth when Ava Lausterer hit it out of the park!

Ralston scored three runs in the third inning, but Wahoo still managed to pull out the victory. Ralston big bats were led by Bayla Bodnar and Alex Johnson, who each had RBIs in the inning.

The Warriors fired up the offense in the first inning, when Autumn Iversen hit a solo homer.

In the top of the fourth inning, Ralston tied things up at four when an error scored one run for the Rams.

Iversen earned the victory on the rubber for the Warriors. The hurler lasted six innings, allowing seven hits and four runs while striking out nine. Chloe Wagner took the loss for Ralston, lasting five and two-thirds innings, allowing eight hits and five runs while striking out ten and walking zero.

Wahoo racked up eight hits on the day, with two hits each by Kylee Kenning, Katelyn Urban, and Harper Hancock.

Johnson went 3-for-3 at the plate to lead Ralston in hits. The Rams were sure-handed and didn't commit a single error. Bodnar made the most plays with ten.

#1 Wahoo    12    ||     #5 Plattsmouth    0    W [3 innings] (Season Record: 20-1)

   1  2  3  4  5  6  7  R  H  E
 Devils   0   0   0   x   x   x   x   0   1   1
 Warriors   1   4   7   x   x   x   x  12  13   0

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Warrior Softball annihilates Platteview in 18-0 three-inning shutout
Wahoo travels to Ralston Saturday for Trailblazer Conference Tourney
September 23, 2021 (Home)
Wahoo    18    ||     Platteview    0    W [3 innings] (Season Record: 19-1)   

   1  2  3  4  5  6  7  R  H  E
 Trojan   0   0   0   x   x   x   x   0   0   6
 Warriors  12   6   x   x   x   x   x  18  10   1

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Warrior Softball advances to 18-1 with strong wins over G.I.C.C. & York in home triangular
Wahoo hosts Platteview on Thursday
September 21, 2021 (Triangular @ Home)

Wahoo    10    ||     York    2    W [5 innings] (Season Record: 18-1)

   1  2  3  4  5  6  7  R  H  E
 Dukes   0   0   0   0   2   x   x   2   2   3
 Warriors   6   0   1   1   2   x   x  10   8   1

Warrior Softball closed its home triangular with a sound five-inning win over York, 10-2. The offensive onslaught started in the first inning with six runs, coming from singles by Katelyn Urban, Kylee Kenning, Abbey Borchers, and Autumn Iversen.

Wahoo got things started in the first inning when Urban singled on a 0-2 count, scoring one run.

Jaiden Swanson was credited with the victory for Wahoo, allowing two hits and two runs over five innings, striking out nine and walking one. Lauryn Mattox took the loss for York, surrendering ten runs on eight hits over four and a third innings, striking out one.

The Warriors tallied eight hits, with Sidney Smart and Iversen each managing two hits.

Wahoo    7    ||     Grand Island Central Catholic    2    W [6 innings] (Season Record: 17-1)

   1  2  3  4  5  6  7  R  H  E
 Crusaders   0   1   0   0   1   0   x   2   6   1
 Warriors   3   1   2   0   1   x   x   7  14   0

Warrior Softball opened its home traingular by defeating Grand Island Central Catholic/Doniphan-Trumbull/Wood River/Heartland Lutheran 7-2 on Tuesday.

Wahoo got on the board in the first inning when Jaiden Swanson singled on a 0-1 count, scoring one run.

Autumn Iversen got the win for the Warriors. The bulldog lasted six innings, allowing six hits and two runs while striking out seven and walking zero. Mikah Culler took the loss for GICC/DT/WR/HL, lasting five innings, allowing 14 hits and seven runs while striking out two and walking one.

Wahoo smacked two home runs on the day. Iversen had a four bagger in the fifth inning, and Becca Wotipka went yard in the third inning. The Warriors collected 14 hits, with Iversen, Kylee Kenning, Katelyn Urban, and Harper Hancock all posting multiple hits. Iversen lead the team, going 4-for-4 at the plate in hits. Wahoo was sure-handed and didn't commit a single error. Urban made the most plays with seven.

Avery O'Boyle led the Crusaders with two hits in three at bats.

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Iversen pitching shutout & lone 6th-inning run gives Warriors the win over conference rival Ralston
16-1 Wahoo hosts G.I.C.C. & York for Tuesday triangular
September 16, 2021 (Away)
Wahoo    1    ||     Ralston    0    W (Season Record: 16-1)   

   1  2  3  4  5  6  7  R  H  E
 Warriors   0   0   0   0   0   1   0   1   2   0
 Rams   0   0   0   0   0   0   0   0   1   1

Autumn Iversen shut down Ralston, throwing a complete game shutout and leading Warrior Softball to a 1-0 victory on Thursday!

The pitching was strong on both sides. Iversen struck out 14, while Chloe Wagner sat down eight.

A single by Bayla Bodnar in the sixth inning was a positive for Ralston.

Iversen led things off on the rubber for Wahoo, surrendering zero runs on one hit over seven innings, striking out 14. Wagner was in the circle for Ralston, and went seven innings, allowing one run on two hits and striking out eight.

Iversen and Becca Wotipka each collected one hit for the Warriors. They didn't commit a single error in the field. Katelyn Urban had 14 chances in the field, the most on the team.

Bodnar went 1-for-3 at the plate to lead Ralston in hits.

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Warrior Softball breezes past D.C. West & Tekamah-Herman in Tuesday triangular
15-1 Wahoo travels to Ralston for Thursday conference game
September 14, 2021 (Triangular @ D.C. West)

Wahoo    11    ||     D.C. West/Concordia    0    W [6 innings] (Season Record: 15-1)

   1  2  3  4  5  6  7  R  H  E
 Warriors   3   2   1   0   1   4   x  11  10   1
 Falcons   0   0   0   0   0   0   x   0   1   2

Autumn Iversen shut down Douglas County West/Concordia, throwing a complete game shutout and leading Warrior Softball to a 11-0 victory on Tuesday

In the first inning, Wahoo got their offense started when Jaiden Swanson singled on a 1-0 count, scoring one run. The Warriors tallied four runs in the sixth inning, driven in by Iversen, Sidney Smart, and Lanta Hitz.

A double by Claire Koile in the first inning was a positive for D.C. West/Concordia.

Iversen led Wahoo to victory on the rubber. She surrendered zero runs on one hit over six innings, striking out nine and walking one. Alyssa Baker took the loss for the Falcons, allowing seven hits and six runs over three innings, striking out two and walking one.

Wahoo launched two home runs on the day by Smart and Iversen, both in the sixth inning. The Warriors collected ten hits, with multiple hits by Iversen, Hitz, Becca Wotipka, and Smart. Iversen went 3-for-4 at the plate to lead Wahoo in hits.

Koile led D.C. West/Concordia with one hit in three at bats.

Wahoo    10    ||     Tekamah-Herman    2    W (Season Record: 14-1)

   1  2  3  4  5  6  7  R  H  E
 Warriors   1   1   1   2   0   2   3  10   9   3
 Tigers   0   0   1   0   0   1   0   2   6   5

Warrior Softball coasted to an easy victory over Tekamah-Herman, 10-2 on Tuesday.

Wahoo got things moving in the first inning, with one run scored by an error.

The Warriors put up three runs in the seventh inning, by Ava Lausterer, Autumn Iversen, and Sidney Smart.

Jaiden Swanson took the win for Wahoo, going seven innings, allowing two runs on six hits, striking out five and walking zero. Voskamp took the loss for the Tigers, surrendering seven runs on eight hits over five and a third innings, striking out two.

Smark socked Wahoo's one home run on the day, in the sixth inning, and went 3-for-5 at the plate to lead Wahoo in hits.

Lewis led Tekamah-Herman with two hits in three at bats.

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Warrior Softball ekes out the win @ NE City with big three-run 7th inning!
13-1 Wahoo competes in D.C. West Triangular on Tuesday
September 9, 2021 (Away)
Wahoo    8    ||     Nebraska City    7    W (Season Record: 13-1)   

   1  2  3  4  5  6  7  R  H  E
 Warriors   0   1   0   0   4   0   3   8   9   1
 Pioneers   1   0   1   3   0   1   1   7  12   5

Warrior Softball stole the lead late in the game in an 8-7 victory over Nebraska City on Thursday. Wahoo was down 6-5 in the top of the seventh inning when Kylee Kenning singled on a 1-1 count, scoring two runs.

Both offenses were strong at the plate as Wahoo collected nine hits and Nebraska City 12 in the high-scoring affair.

The Pioneers opened up scoring in the first inning when Emilee Marth drove in one with a double.

In the top of the fifth inning, the Warriors tied things up at five when Katelyn Urban's sac fly scored one run.

Wahoo notched four runs in the fifth inning with big bats led by Autumn Iversen and Urban, all knocking in runs in the inning.

Nebraska City scored three runs in the fourth inning with RBIs by Pacie Lee, Emma Smailys, and Marth.

Iversen got the win for Wahoo, allowing six hits and three runs over three and two-thirds innings, striking out four and walking zero. Kendyl Schmitz took the loss for Nebraska City, allowing nine hits and eight runs over seven innings, striking out five.

Jaiden Swanson started the game for Wahoo, and went three and a third innings, allowing four runs on six hits, striking out five and walking one. The Warriors socked one home run on the day (Iversen in the fifth inning), and tallied nine hits on the day, with multiple hits by Urban, Kenning, and Iversen. Urban led with three hits in three at bats.

The Pioneers racked up 12 hits in the game. Smailys, Marth, and Emily Breazile all had multiple hits for Nebraska City.

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MEDIA COVERAGE

A renewed love for pitching has Iversen turning a big corner, and Wahoo softball on the rise
by Clark Grell (photo by Gwyneth Roberts), Lincoln Journal-Star (posted Sept. 8, 2021)

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Warrior Softball posts 2-1 home victory over rated Bennington!
12-1 Wahoo travels to Nebraska City on Thursday
September 7, 2021 (Home)
Wahoo    2    ||     Bennington    1    W (Season Record: 12-1)   

   1  2  3  4  5  6  7  R  H  E
 Badgers   0   1   0   0   0   0   0   1   4   1
 Warriors   0   0   0   0   1   0   1   2   5   2

A walk-off single propelled Warrior Softball to a decisive, dramatic victory over Bennington, 2-1. The game was tied at one with Wahoo batting in the bottom of the seventh when Abbey Borchers singled on a 2-1 count, scoring one run.

The pitching was strong on both sides. Autumn Iversen struck out 11, while Lowther sat down seven.

Bennington got things moving in the second inning, when Peterson grounded out, scoring one run. In the bottom of the fifth inning, Wahoo tied things up at one with a Kylee Kenning solo homer.

Iversen pitched the Warriors to victory. She went seven innings, allowing one run on four hits, striking out 11 and walking zero. Lowther took the loss for Bennington, surrendering two runs on five hits over six and two-thirds innings, striking out seven and walking one.

Jaiden Swanson, Iversen, Harper Hancock, Borchers, and Kenning each collected one hit to lead Wahoo. Lowther led Bennington with two hits in three at bats.

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Warrior Softball cleans house at Sept. 4 quad @ Ashland-Greenwood
Wahoo advances to 11-1 with wins over Crete, A-G, and Waverly; hosts Bennington Tuesday
September 4, 2021 (Quad @ Ashland-Greenwood)

Wahoo    7    ||     Waverly    4    W [6 innings] (Season Record: 11-1)

   1  2  3  4  5  6  7  R  H  E
 Vikings   0   0   0   0   2   2   x   4   4   2
 Warriors   0   0   3   4   0   x   x   7   8   3



Warrior senior Abbey Borchers fields the ball in Wahoo's 7-4 win over Ashland-Greenwood on Sept. 4. (photo courtesy Julie Borchers)

Warrior Softball beat Waverly 7-4 on Saturday.

Wahoo tallied four runs in the fourth inning, with big bats led by singles by Sidney Smart and Katelyn Urban and an error on a ball put in play by Rylee Koehler.

Autumn Iversen pitched Wahoo to victory. She surrendered four runs on four hits over six innings, striking out six. Brinkman took the loss for Waverly, going two innings, allowing four runs on four hits and striking out one. Denison started the game for Waverly, and surrendered three runs on four hits over three innings, striking out two and walking one

Smart went two-for-three at the plate to lead the Warriors in hits.

Wahoo    9    ||     Ashland-Greenwood    5    W [6 innings] (Season Record: 10-1)

   1  2  3  4  5  6  7  R  H  E
 Warriors   0   0   4   0   3   2   x   9   7   0
 Bluejays   0   0   0   0   0   5   x   5   9   5

Warrior Softball weathered a sixth-inning scare by Ashland-Greenwood. Wahoo coughed up five runs, but still won 9-5 on Saturday. The big inning for Ashland-Greenwood came thanks to singles by Devin Rodgerson and Alexa Meyer-Bundy, and a groundout by Paige Comstock.

Jaiden Swanson got the win for Wahoo. The ace allowed nine hits and five runs over six innings, striking out seven. Tatum Gossin took the loss for Ashland-Greenwood, lasting four innings, allowing six hits and seven runs while striking out three and walking zero.

The Warriors smacked one home run on the day. Katelyn Urban went for the long ball in the fifth inning.

Autumn Iversen went two-for-four at the plate to lead Wahoo in hits. The Warriors didn't commit a single error in the field. Urban had the most chances in the field with seven.

The Bluejays tallied nine hits, with Kaelyn Fisher, Piper Boggs, and Meyer-Bundy all posting multiple hits.

Wahoo    1    ||     Crete    0    W [6 innings] (Season Record: 9-1)

   1  2  3  4  5  6  7  R  H  E
 Cardinals   0   0   0   0   0   0   x   0   4   0
 Warriors   0   0   0   0   1   0   x   1   5   0

Autumn Iversen shut down Crete, throwing a complete game shutout and leading Warrior Softball to a 1-0 victory on Saturday

The pitching was strong on both sides. Iversen struck out six, while Steuer sat down nine. Iversen lasted six innings, allowing four hits and zero runs while striking out six and walking one. Steuer took the loss for Crete, surrendering one run on five hits over five and two-thirds innings, striking out nine and walking zero.

Harper Hancock led Wahoo with two hits in two at bats. The Warriors didn't commit a single error in the field. Katelyn Urban had seven chances in the field, the most on the team.

Wendt went two-for-three at the plate to lead Crete in hits. The Cardinals didn't commit a single error, and Steel made the most plays with nine.

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Warrior Softball suffers first season loss to late-game Beatrice surge
8-1 Wahoo travels to Elkhorn on Thursday
August 31, 2021 (Home)
Wahoo    0    ||     Beatrice    6    L (Season Record: 8-1)   

   1  2  3  4  5  6  7  R  H  E
 Orange   1   0   0   0   0   4   1   6  11   2
 Warriors   0   0   0   0   0   0   0   0   4   2

Warrior Softball suffered its first season loss to Beatrice in a late-game surge that resulted in a 0-6 shutout. Beatrice took the lead on a sacrifice fly by Hausman in the first inning.

One bright spot for Wahoo was a single by Autumn Iversen in the first inning.

Schwisow pitched Beatrice to victory and lasted seven innings, allowing four hits and zero runs while striking out nine and walking zero. Iversen took the loss for the Warriors. She went seven innings, allowing six runs on 11 hits, striking out six and walking one.

Jaiden Swanson, Iversen, Kylee Kenning, and Becca Wotipka each collected one hit to lead Wahoo. Beatrice racked up 11 hits in the game, with multiple hits by Barnard, Schwisow, and DeBoer.

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Congratulations Warrior Softball: 2021 Syracuse Tournament Champions!

Warrior Softball: 2021 Syracuse Tournament Champions!
Wahoo advances to 8-0 with big wins over Cass Central, Freeman, & Yutan-Mead; host Beatrice Tuesday
August 28, 2021 (Away - Syracuse Tournament)
Wahoo    9    ||     Yutan-Mead    2    W [6 innings] (Season Record: 8-0)   

   1  2  3  4  5  6  7  R  H  E
 Warriors   5   0   3   0   0   1   x   9   9   0
 Patriots   0   0   0   2   0   0   x   2   2   5

The Wahoo Warriors defeated Yutan-Mead 9-2 on Saturday thanks to a timely five runs in a big first inning. Wahoo's offense in the inning was led by Harper Hancock, Jaiden Swanson, and Rylee Koehler, who all drove in runs.

The Warriors got things started in the first inning when an error scored one run.

Autumn Iversen led Wahoo to victory in the circle. She lasted six innings, allowing two hits and two runs while striking out 12 and walking zero. Shaylynn Campbell took the loss for Yutan-Mead, lasting one-third of an inning, allowing zero hits and five runs.

Wahoo smacked one home run on the day, with Iversen going deep in the third inning. Sidney Smart led the Warriors with two hits in three at bats. Wahoo didn't commit a single error in the field. Katelyn Urban had the most chances in the field with 12.

Wahoo    9    ||     Freeman    2    W [6 innings] (Season Record: 7-0)

   1  2  3  4  5  6  7  R  H  E
 Falcons   0   0   0   2   0   0   x   2   4   4
 Warriors   0   1   2   0   6   x   x   9  11   2

Warrior Softball defeated Freeman 9-2 on Saturday thanks to a timely six runs in a big fifth inning. Wahoo's offense in the inning was led by Katelyn Urban, Jaiden Swanson, Abbey Borchers, and Rylee Koehler, all driving in runs in the inning.

The Warriors put up six runs in the fifth inning, lead by singles by Urban, Swanson, and Koehler, and an error on a ball put in play by Borchers.

Swanson led the Wahoo to victory in the circle. She lasted four innings, allowing four hits and two runs while striking out five and walking zero. Autumn Iversen threw one and two-thirds innings in relief out of the bullpen. Paige Mahler took the loss for Freeman, lasting four and a third innings, allowing eight hits and six runs, while striking out seven and walking zero.

Wahoo tallied one home run on the day by Iversen in the third inning, and tallied 11 hits, with two hits each by Harper Hancock, Swanson, and Iversen. Aspyn Haner led Freeman with two hits in three at bats.

Wahoo    12    ||     Cass County Central    1    W [5 innings] (Season Record: 6-0)

   1  2  3  4  5  6  7  R  H  E
 Warriors   3   3   0   2   4   x   x  12   8   2
 Wildcats   0   0   0   0   1   x   x   1   1   5

Warrior Softball sailed to an easy victory over Cass wildcat varsity 12-1 on Saturday. In the first inning, they got their offense started when an error scored one run.

Wahoo notched four runs in the fifth inning, with an offensive onslaught from walks by Rylee Koehler and Jaiden Swanson, by Abbey Borchers, and a double by Sidney Smart.

Swanson got the win for the Warriors, surrendering one run on one hit over five innings, striking out ten and walking zero. Aaberg took the loss for Cass County, lasting four and a third innings, allowing seven hits and eight runs.

Wahoo smacked one home run on the day, with Katelyn Urban putting one out in the fourth inning. They collected eight hits on the day, with two hits each by Urban, Harper Hancock, and Smart.

Gissler went one-for-two at the plate to lead the Wildcats in hits.

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Warrior Softball dominates Milford in 5-inning victory!
5-0 Wahoo travels to Syracuse Tournament on Saturday
August 26, 2021 (Away)
Wahoo    10    ||     Milford    1    W [5 innings] (Season Record: 5-0)

   1  2  3  4  5  6  7  R  H  E
 Warriors   1   4   0   2   3   x   x  10  12   0
 Eagles   0   0   0   1   0   x   x   1   1   2

The Wahoo Warriors cruised to an easy victory over the Milford Eagles (10-1) on Thursday.

Wahoo got things started in the first inning when Autumn Iversen hit a solo homer, and they put up four runs in the second inning, with Iversen, Sidney Smart, Kylee Kenning, and Jaiden Swanson each with RBIs in the frame.

Swanson got the win for the Warriors, surrendering one run on one hit over five innings, striking out 11 and walking zero. Yeackley took the loss for Milford. She lasted two innings, allowing six hits and five runs while striking out two.

The Warriors tallied 12 hits on the day. Kenning, Iversen, and Swanson all collected multiple hits, with Kenning leading with 3-for-3 at the plate. Wahoo didn't commit a single error in the field. Katelyn Urban had the most chances in the field with 11.

Yeackley led Milford eagles varsity with one hit in two at bats.

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Congratulations Warrior Softball: 2021 Freeman Tournament Champions!

Warrior Softball takes championship @ 2021 Freeman Tourney!
4-0 Wahoo travels to Milford on Thursday
August 21, 2021 (Away - Freeman Tournament Championship)
Wahoo    7    ||     NE Nebraska (Wisner-Pilger/Pender/Brancroft)    6    W [6 innings] (Season Record: 4-0)

   1  2  3  4  5  6  7  R  H  E
 Warriors   1   0   2   3   0   1   x   7  10   2
 Vipers   2   1   1   0   1   1   0   6   7   3

Wahoo took the lead late and defeated Northeast Nebraska (Wisner-Pilger/Pender/Bancroft-Rosalie) 7-6 on Saturday. The Warriors trailed 4-3 in the top of the fourth inning when Autumn Iversen singled on a 1-2 count, scoring two runs.

There was plenty of action on the basepaths as Wahoo collected ten hits and NEN had seven.

The Warriors opened up scoring in the first inning, when Iversen hit a solo homer.

After Wahoo scored one run in the top of the sixth, NEN answered with one of their own. Wahoo scored when Katelyn Urban doubled on a 1-2 count, scoring one run. NEN then answered when Maya Dolliver grounded out, scoring one run.

The Warriors took the lead for good with three runs in the fourth inning. In the fourth Urban doubled on a 2-2 count, scoring one run.

Jaiden Swanson took the win for Wahoo. The ace allowed seven hits and six runs over five and a third innings, striking out six. Iversen threw two-thirds of an inning in relief out of the bullpen, recording the last two outs to earn the save. Dolliver took the loss for NEN. The pitcher lasted four innings, allowing six hits and four runs while striking out one and walking one.

Emma Krusemark started the game for NEN. She lasted two innings, allowing four hits and three runs while striking out one.

Wahoo tallied one home run on the day with Iversen going deep in the first inning, and racked up ten hits in the game. Urban and Iversen each had three hits as Wahoo's leaders.

Lillie Timm went 3-for-3 at the plate to lead NEN in hits.

Wahoo    4    ||     Hastings St. Cecelia    2    W [6 innings] (Season Record: 3-0)

   1  2  3  4  5  6  7  R  H  E
 Bluehawks   0   0   0   0   0   2   x   2   6   1
 Warriors   1   0   1   0   0   2   x   4   6   1

Warrior Softball took Saturday's game in dramatic fashion, with a 4-2 walk-off victory over Hastings Saint Cecilia. The game was tied at two with the Warriors batting in the bottom of the sixth when Becca Wotipka homered on the first pitch of the at bat, scoring two runs.

In the first inning, Wahoo got their offense started when Katelyn Urban hit a solo homer.

Autumn Iversen earned the victory in the pitcher's circle for the Warriors, lasting six innings, allowing six hits and two runs while striking out nine and walking one. Head took the loss for Hastings Saint Cecilia, lasting one and two-thirds innings, allowing two hits and two runs while striking out one and walking zero.

Stritt started the game for the Bluehawks. She surrendered two runs on four hits over four innings, striking out three and walking one

The Warriors launched two home runs on the day. Urban had a long ball in the first inning, and Wotipka had a dinger in the sixth.

Jaiden Swanson went 3-for-3 at the plate to lead Wahoo in hits. Kvols led Hastings Saint Cecilia with two hits in three at bats.

Wahoo    7    ||     Seward    4    W (Season Record: 2-0)

   1  2  3  4  5  6  7  R  H  E
 Warriors   1   0   0   1   2   3   0   7   9   5
 Bluejays   0   0   0   2   0   0   2   4   2   2

Wahoo Softball opened the 2021 Freeman Tournament with a 7-4 victory over Seward on Saturday.

The Warriors got things moving in the first inning with a run, and in the bottom of the fourth inning, Seward tied things up at two. Fernao grounded out, scoring one run.

Wahoo pulled away for good with two runs in the fifth inning, with solo homers by Rylee Koehler and Autumn Iversen.

The Warriors notched three runs in the sixth inning. The offensive onslaught came from a single by Becca Wotipka and a double by Abbey Borchers.

Iversen was the winning pitcher for Wahoo, surrendering four runs on two hits over seven innings, striking out 12 and walking zero. Benedict took the loss for Seward, surrendering seven runs on nine hits over seven innings, striking out five.

Iversen led Wahoo with two hits in three at bats.

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Warrior Softball dominates season opener with 5-inning win over Plattsmouth!
1-0 Wahoo travels to Freeman Tournament on Saturday
August 19, 2021 (Home - Season Opener)
Wahoo    10    ||     Plattsmouth    2    W [5 innings] (Season Record: 1-0)

   1  2  3  4  5  6  7  R  H  E
 Devils   0   0   0   0   2   x   x   2   4   3
 Warriors   1   5   0   1   3   x   x  10  10   1

Autumn Iversen was in the zone on Thursday, tallying four hits and leading Wahoo to a 10-2 win over Plattsmouth. Iversen homered in the first, singled in the second, homered in the fourth, and singled in the fifth.

The Warriors notched five runs in the second inning. Iversen, Sidney Smart, and Katelyn Urban all contributed in the big inning with RBIs.

Jaiden Swanson was the winning pitcher for Wahoo. The fireballer surrendered two runs on four hits over five innings, striking out seven and walking one. Vandenburgh took the loss for Plattsmouth, allowing seven hits and seven runs over four innings.

Wahoo smacked two home runs on the day, both by Iversen in the first and fourth innings. She also led with four hits in four at bats.

Vandenburgh went two-for-three at the plate to lead Plattsmouth in hits.


2021 Warrior Softball Team, back row (from left): Addison Gregg, Coach Liz Gregg, Addison Bohaty, Lilly Obert, Lanta Hitz, Kassidy Beavers, Ava Lausterer, Jaiden Swanson, Madelyn Snyder, Coach Trina Christen, Payton Duerksen, Emma Meyer. Third row: Addison Smart, Mollie Urban, Miranda Vanek, Harper Hancock, Lillian Harris, Hannah Herrera, Samantha Norris, Gaia Rodgers-Norris, Ella Gregg. Second row: Autumn Iversen, Sidney Smart, Adelia Dunlap, Brynna Fairbanks, Marah Kaminski. Front row: Tabitha Cooney, Katelyn Urban, Kylee Kenning, Rebecca Wotipka, Abigail Borchers, Rylee Koehler, Nicki Walla. (photo courtesy Studio 123)


Congratulations 2021 Warrior Softball Seniors, Back row (from left): Tabitha Cooney, Katelyn Urban, Kylee Kenning, Rebecca Wotipka, Abbey Borchers, Rylee Koehler, Nicki Walla. (photo courtesy Studio 123)

 

 

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