Waukee's girls basketball team played Ankeny on Tuesday, Jan. 3. The Warriors brought home the 66-42 win.

Carlie Littlefield led the Warriors in points. She had 22 points on her own made up of seven field goals, one three pointer and five free throws. Two Warriors tied for second leading scorer, Rebecca Corbett and Kelli Fogt, both had ten points. Corbett's points consisted of four field goals and two free throws. Fogt points were made up entirely of field goals.

The leading scorer for the Hawks was senior Codee Myers. After scoring three field goals, one three pointer and a single free throw, she ended the game with ten points.

Leading with ten rebounds was Brianna Hartman for the Warriors. She had five offensive and five defensive rebounds. Littlefield had the second most rebounds with a total of five.

For the Hawks, Sophomore Sara McCullough and Myers tied for the leading spot with six rebounds each. McCullough's rebounds consisted of one offensive and five defensive rebounds. All of Myers rebounds were defensive rebounds.

The Warriors had 20 assists by the end of the game. Kylie Coleman and Littlefield made up half those with five assists each.

With three assists, freshman Isabelle Vacek led the Hawks. Sydney Shadravan had the second most assists with a total of two. The Hawks finished the game with only nine assists.

Corbett led the Warriors in steals with a total of five. Once more, two more Warriors tied for the second leader of steals. Coleman and Hartman had fours steal each. These three Warriors had 13 of the teams 21 steals.

The Hawks finished the game with only six steals. The player with the most steals was Myers, with a total of two.

The Warriors took home the 66-42 win against the Hawks and their next game will be on Jan. 6 at Valley at 6:15 p.m.