On Tuesday, Dec. 20, the Waukee girls basketball team took on Southeast polk. The Warriors beat the Rams 69-61.

Carlie Littlefield had 35 points on her own against the Rams. Overall, she had eight field goals, three three pointers and ten free throws.

The second leading scorer for the Warriors was Senior Rebecca Corbett. She had seven field goals and one three pointer for a total of 17 points.

The leading scorer for the Rams was Sierra Mitchell. She had 16 points from three field goals, three three pointers and one free throw. With 12 points was Abbey Sutten, she had three field goals and two three pointers.

Littlefield also led the Warriors in rebounds, assists and steals. She had a total of nine rebounds, four that were offensive and five that were defensive.

Littlefield had five assists for that Warriors allowing her to tie for the leading spot with teammates Kylie Coleman and Corbett.

Lastly, Littlefield had five steals during the game against the Rams. These steals allowed her to become Waukee's Career Steal Leader, with a total of 235 career steals.

The Warriors leader in blocks was Brianna Hartman. Hartman had four of the team's seven blocks of the night.

Sutten led the Rams in rebounds, assists and blocks as well. She had four offensive rebounds and three defensive rebounds for a total of seven, she also had five assists. Sutten had the only block for the Rams.

Shiloh McCool led the Rams with three steals, followed by teammate Sami Craig with two.

The Warriors beat the Rams by a close eight points (69-61). The Warriors next game will be on Jan. 3 in Ankeny at 6:15 p.m.