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Merle Laswell/DCN Parker Howe corrals a loose ball during Waukee’s game against Urbandale on Jan. 3.
Merle Laswell/DCN Parker Howe corrals a loose ball during Waukee’s game against Urbandale on Jan. 3.
Merle Laswell/DCN Reilly Jacobson had 21 points and 10 rebounds in the Warriors’ 80-47 victory.Buy Photo
Merle Laswell/DCN Reilly Jacobson had 21 points and 10 rebounds in the Warriors’ 80-47 victory.

The Waukee girls’ basketball team shot just under 50 percent of the field in a 80-47 thrashing of Urbandale on Jan. 3.

The Warriors were led by Reilly Jacobson, who recorded her second double-double of the season with 21 points and 10 rebounds. Ellie Cavanaugh added 16 points and five assists, and Miranda Hunzeker finished with 11 points off the bench. Carliele Littlefield added nine points and five rebounds, Taylor Wingert had six points and six assists and Anna Kollmorgen finished with six points and three assists.

The Warrior boys followed an 80-67 win.

Waukee outscored Urbandale 47-30 in the second half, led by a 21-point, 10-rebound game from Michael Jacobson. Adam Rose had 13 points and four assists, and Anthony Nelson finished with 11 points and nine rebounds. Ted Crites, Parker Howe and Nate Gehring all scored six points apiece, and Trevor Allen finished with five points and four assists.

The teams’ doubleheader with Mason City on Tuesday was postponed after the cancelation of classes. The boys’ game was rescheduled for Feb. 3, the girls’ game Feb. 13.

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