2022 Warrior Unified Bowling closes 2022 season with 5th place finish @ Districts
November 29, 2022 (District B-1 Tournament @ Elkhorn)
Team Results: 1. North Bend Central (862), 2. Bennington (734), 3. Elkhorn North (721), 4. Elkhorn (676), 5. Wahoo (665), 6. Ralston (509), 7. Elmwood-Murcock (469)
Warrior Unified Bowling Varsity finishes 7th place, JV 5th @ Fremont Tourney
Wahoo prepares for District B-1 Tournament (Nov. 29 @ Elkhorn)
November 19, 2022 (Tournament @ Fremont)
Unified bowling competed in Fremont’s Tournament on Saturday. Varsity ended 7th in their bracket with a score of 725. The JV team placed 5th in their bracket with a score of 645. The team took 5th place overall at the tournament. The varsity team consisted of Noah Simon, Ryan Johnson, Luis Loya, Eli Hauswald, and Riley Herndon. The JV team included Allison DuBois, Gage Cooney, Lacy Sutton, Isaiah Foster, and Samantha Norris.
2022 Warrior Unified Bowling takes combined championship @ Elkhorn Tourney!
Wahoo travels to Fremont on Saturday
November 17, 2022 (Tournament @ Elkhorn)
Varsity - 3rd place (score: 589)
Varsity team (from left): Jake Scanlon, Jase Maly, Noah Simon, Eli Hauswald, Alex Borchers.
Junior Varsity - RUNNERS-UP (score: 463)
JV team (from left): Callen Fischer, Luis Loya, Samantha Norris, Hannah McMann, Allison DuBois.
Warrior Unified Bowling varsity takes runner-up; JV captures 3rd
Wahoo travels to Elkhorn Tournament tomorrow
November 16, 2022 (Tournament @ Ralston)
Varsity - RUNNERS-UP (score: 489)
Varsity team (from left): Allison DuBois, Lacy Sutton, Tyler Fuller, Riley Herndon, and Makenzie Sutton.
Junior Varsity - 3rd place (score: 456)
JV team (from left): Logan Girmus, Josef Sommer, Noah Simon, Ryan Johnson, and Ethan Havlovic.
Warrior Unified Bowling captures runner-up trophy @ Conference Tourney
November 7, 2022 (Trailblazer Conference Tournament @ Ralston)
Varsity - RUNNERS-UP (score: 489)
Team Results: 1. Ralston (780), 2. Wahoo (672), 3. Malcolm (587), 4. Beatrice (448)
More information about Unified Sports (Source: www.nsaahome.org):
Why Special Olympics Unified Sports?
• Provides meaningful and real sport experience. Not all students in the building will make a varsity team. Unified Sports makes it possible for more students to have an opportunity to participate in this meaningful activity.
• Provides social inclusion, which impacts the entire school climate in a positive way, promoting respect, acceptance and diversity. Students are valued for their unique talents and skills.
• Helps reduce bullying through empowerment, awareness and engagement.
• Improves health and fitness, especially for students with disabilities facing higher risks.
According to research, Unified Sports . . .
• Has a positive impact on all participants (79% of Unified Partners reported talking to a student with intellectual disabilities during free time at school and 41% reported eating lunch with a student with intellectual disabilities.)
• Improves understanding of people with intellectual disabilities.
• Complements social inclusion within the school community.
"I like how they developed a friendship. And I noticed it after we came back from our first event and I saw kids interacting in the hallways either just saying hi or giving a high five. Normally, those kids wouldn't even talk to each other prior to participating with this unified team." --Florida Coach
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