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Warriors Split Senior Night Duals

Warriors Split Senior Night Duals

Jonathan Snover, Sports Journalism Co-Editor-In-Chief

January 15, 2020

When senior wrestler Jacob Vincentini stepped onto the mat at home for the final time on Tuesday, he had one goal in his mind: redemption. After being pinned less than one minute into last Friday's Millard West Invite by Papillion-La Vista's Pavle Petrovich, Vincentini was ready for a second match. "I...

Haberman Rolls, Team Follows as Wrestling Season Goes on

Haberman Rolls, Team Follows as Wrestling Season Goes on

Caleb De La Cruz and Nathanael Monjarez

January 13, 2020

Over winter break, Westside wrestling competed in both Wahoo and Creighton Prep tournaments. On December 21st, Westside wrestled in Wahoo, leaving with three finalists and three champions. Overall Westside placed 3rd in the tournament. Two weeks later ,on January 4th, Westside went to Creighton Prep...

Haberman Brothers Dominate as Westside Drops Two

Haberman Brothers Dominate as Westside Drops Two

Jonathan Snover, Sports Journalism Co-Editor-In-Chief

December 10, 2019

When sophomore wrestler Cole Haberman fell in the semifinals of the Blair Invitational, he felt a shade of disappointment. According to Cole, however, the season goes on, and he proved that with a pinfall win over seventh-ranked Joey Glogowski of Omaha Creighton Prep on Tuesday night. "I was kind...

Veterans, Freshmen Roll at Opening Tournaments

Veterans, Freshmen Roll at Opening Tournaments

Nathanael Monjarez, Sports Journalism Staff Writer

December 10, 2019

Westside Wrestling recently faced off in back to back meets on  Friday, December 6th, and Saturday, December 7th. As a whole, Westside placed 3rd in Blair, while wrestler Logan Edwards placed first, Ryan Zatechka took third, Cade Haberman first and Cole Haberman took third. While the team did not p...

Watching Weight is Key in Wrestlers’ Success

Watching Weight is Key in Wrestlers’ Success

Jonathan Snover, Sports Journalism Co-Editor-In-Chief

December 10, 2019

Before now-senior Jacob Vincentini’s eighth grade year, his weight wasn’t something he thought much of. That all changed when he decided to go out for the wrestling team.  “When I began wrestling, my dad had warned me about cutting weight,” Vincentini said. Now, four years later, V...

PREVIEW: Wrestling Looking for More Success This Season

PREVIEW: Wrestling Looking for More Success This Season

Nathanael Monjarez, Sports Journalism Staff Writer

December 6, 2019

It's the end of fall sports and the beginning of the winter season for the Westside wrestling team.  This 2019-2020, coaches will consist of head coach Michael Jernigan, assistant head coach Reed Weber, JV head coach Nick Schroeder and head freshmen/girls wrestling coach Bob Mulligan, along with a sta...

Three Wrestlers Place at State Tournament

Three Wrestlers Place at State Tournament

Jonathan Snover, Sports Journalism Co-Editor-In-Chief

February 19, 2019

Chants of "Let's Go Bow" rang out from the western side of the CHI Health Center Omaha, wrestling fans came as one to recognize the two new four-time state champions and a contingent of Westside fans cheered as senior Nolan "Deuce" Miller-Johnston broke the school record for wins in a season. It was...

Wrestler Perseveres Despite Condition

Wrestler Perseveres Despite Condition

Elizabeth Matz, Staff Writer

February 15, 2019

Junior Jacob Vincentini juggles three sports, academics and diabetes. Diabetes is a chronic condition that affects a person’s overall health. People with diabetes have double the risk of heart disease and stroke. It is also important for them to control what they eat as well as how often they exerc...

Warriors Fare Well on Day One, Two Wrestlers Still Alive in Hunt for Gold

Warriors Fare Well on Day One, Two Wrestlers Still Alive in Hunt for Gold

Jonathan Snover, Sports Journalism Co-Editor-In-Chief

February 14, 2019

On Saturday, February 9, 2019, the Westside wrestling team traveled to Columbus for the district A3 tournament. They qualified five wrestlers for this weekend's NSAA State Individual Wrestling Championships at CHI Health Center Omaha. Cade Haberman (285), Quincy Hogan (220), Cole Haberman, (170), Nolan...

Five Westside Wrestlers Qualify for State at District Tournament

Five Westside Wrestlers Qualify for State at District Tournament

Tommy Connelly, Sports Journalism Staff Writer

February 12, 2019

On February 9th, the varsity wrestling team traveled to Columbus, Nebraska, to compete in the NSAA District A3 tournament. Westside wrestling left with five people that will be advancing to State. The wrestlers that have made it to State are Cole Haberman, Cade Haberman, Michael Colling, Quincy Hogan a...

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