Swanson pitched five innings in the game and struck out nine batters and allowed two runs. Abbey Borchers and Katelyn Urban both had two runs scored during the game and Wotipka, Kenning and Iversen had an RBI.
On Thursday, the Warriors were able to get rid of Platteview in three sets 18-0. A major factor in this was a 12 point explosion in the first.
A single from Urban, a mistake, a single from Hancock, a double from Ava Lausterer, three goals and a single from Kenning produced the points for Wahoo. In the second, the Warriors scored six on a Swanson single, two walks, a mistake and a Kassidy Beavers single down center.
Swanson had seven strikeouts in three innings of work. Kenning led the Warriors with three RBIs and Lausterer had two runs.
With three games already under their belt, Wahoo traveled to Ralston to compete in the Trailblazer Conference tournament on September 25. The Warriors opened the invite with a 12-0 shutout from Plattsmouth.
In the fifth, it was 5-0 when Wahoo scored seven points. The first two runs of the round were scored by a homerun from Wotipka, the next three on singles from Smart and Hitz and the last two were scored by an error.
Swanson pitched three innings against the Blue Devils and had five strikeouts. Swanson also led the team with his bat, which had three RBIs, while Iversen, Wotipka and Lausterer had two and Smart finished with an RBI.