Wahoo wins Class 'C-1' State Championship by routing Pierce 38-0

The Wahoo High football team earned their sixth shutout of the season by blanking Pierce 38-0 in the Class ‘C-1’ State Championship Game at Memorial Stadium in Lincoln on Tuesday in a game heard on 97.5 KEXL. 

The Warriors’ Trevin Luben ran for 268 yards off 41 carries and five touchdowns in the win.  Wahoo outgained the Bluejays in yardage 393-94.  The Warriors turned two Dalton Freeman interceptions and a Brett Tinker fumble into 17 points in the first half.  Wahoo led 10-0 after the first quarter and 24-0 at halftime.  The Warriors’ Grant Kolterman had 14 tackles while teammate Kole Bordovsky collected ten stops.  Pierce’ Garret Meier had twelve tackles and Tinker finished with ten.  The 13-0 Warriors earned their first football championship while the 12-1 Bluejays are the runner-up for the sixth time in school history.

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